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French master’s slapstick farce is a pleasure to watch

Moliere’s “Tartuffe,” currently being performed at Lakeside Little Theatre, was first staged in 1664. While director Lynn Phelan has updated the play with the use of cell phones, Secret Service agents and references to current political events, the play’s theme required no changes at all.


Artists unite to rebuild a viable association

Anxious to pick up the pieces after the recent demise of the Artists Alliance of Lake Chapala (AALC), members of the group are putting their heads together to develop a new association and rope in former members of its predecessor, the four-decade-old Ajijic Society of the Arts (ASA).