Les Liaisons Dangereuses

Set in France among aristocrats before the revolution, this is a play for all times about sexual manners and manipulation. Craving revenge on the man who jilted her, the wicked Marquise de Merteuil persuades a former lover, the rakish Valmont, to deflower the man’s young fiancée, known for her unshakable fidelity. The cold-blooded twosome proceed gleefully with their heartless scheme – until true love unexpectedly alters the course of events.

In the two hundred years since its original publication, Les Liaisons Dangereuses has provoked, on the one hand, shock and censorship, and on the other, the admiration of readers as different as Marie Antoinette, Andre Gide, and Charles Baudelaire.

February 18-20, 25-27, 2000 – Fisher Theater


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Production photos by Patrick Gouran