Laxatives, suppositories, bloodlettings, and second and third opinions from the leading quacks are the order of his day – while also tormenting his wily, back-talking maid Toinette (Latavia Anderson). His daughter Angélique (Heather Robles) is in love with the impoverished Cléante (Jack Worthey), but Argan wants to marry her to Thomas Diafoirus (Adrian Badillo), a medical dunce who can assure his father-in-law a lifetime of health care. And Béline (Tracey Lucas), Argan’s mercenary second wife, attempts to send his daughters to a convent and take all his money. A disguised Toinette, sage advice from his brother Béralde (Tristan Davy), and a faked death scene finally teach Argan where to place his trust. Taylor High School Theater Department is proud to present this outrageous satire of medicine and its practitioners on Monday, March 2nd at 7:30 PM at the Taylor Main Street Auditorium, 3101 N Main St. Tickets will be $5 for adults and $3 for students. Come join us for laughs and cheer on Taylor High School Theater Department before their District One Act Play competition.