Les Fourberies de Scapin / Scapin's Pranks

Sydney French Theatre's 1930s adaptation of Moliere's last farce not only retained its original language and structure but also engaged a modern audience, adult and children alike.

Scapin is a witty bartender who brilliantly tricks his patrons out of money that their respective 

sons need to support their lovers. 

The cabaret style performance involved dancing, singing and lots and lots of laughs.