Auberjonois In 'The Imaginary Invalid'
Tony Award-winning <font color=yellow>René Auberjonois</font> returns to the stage as Argan, a seventeenth-century French hypochondriac. <p>As reported by <A class="link" HREF="http://www.playbill.com">Playbill</A>, Auberjonois will appear in <i>The Imaginary Invalid</i>, adapted by <font color=yellow>Alan Drury</font> and directed by <font color=yellow>Keith Baxter</font>. <i>The Imaginary Invalid</i> will appear at the Lansburgh Theater in Washington, D.C., from June 10 through July 27th.<p>Auberjonois is no stranger to theater. He won a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his role as Sebastian Baye in <i>Coco</i>. He has also been nominated in the past for Tony Awards for his roles in <i>The Good Doctor</i>, <i>Big River</i> and <i>City of Angels</i>.<p>In <i>The Imaginary Invalid</i>, Auberjonois plays Argan, an eccentric and wealthy hypochondriac who decides to marry off his strong-willed daughter Angélique to a doctor, so that he will always have a physician around when needed. Unfortunately for Argan, Angélique (<font color=yellow>Gia Mora</font>) is in love with another man and seeks to thwart her father's wishes. <p>To read more, head to the article located <A class="link" HREF="http://www.playbill.com/news/article/118091.html">here</A>.<center></center>
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