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Olivet College to present “The Imaginary Invalid”
Feb 07, 2007

OLIVET, Mich. – The Olivet College theatre program will feature its spring play The Imaginary Invalid, Feb. 22-24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Oaks Theatre in downtown Olivet. The play is free and open to the public.

The Imaginary Invalid by Moliere, is the story of the worlds worst hypochondriac, Argan. He is so convinced that hes sick, he demands that his daughter marry a doctor so he can receive free health care. This modern adaptation of the play pokes fun at modern medical excesses as well as current corporate and alternative practices.

The cast includes: Jeremy Adams, a sophomore from Novi; Jessica Calloway, a senior from Warren; Brad Francis, a senior from Bellevue; John Gouba, a freshman from Novi; Mike Hubbel, professor of insurance and risk management and director of the insurance program; Sarah Klepinger, a sophomore from Onondaga; Will Lee, a senior from Lansing; Eunice Oladele, a senior from Nigeria; Nick Pavloski, a sophomore from Rudyard; Jessica Petkus, a senior from Milford; Ted Pick, a sophomore from Galesburg; and Elayne Thomas, from Bellevue.

The Imaginary Invalid is directed by Arthur Williams, Ph.D., director of the theatre program, who also adapted the script.

For more information, contact Williams at (269) 749-7246.


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