Seen on Broadway: In the Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Molière’s Tartuffe, director Joe Dowling goes easy on the laughs. This is not entirely unwelcome; most recent Tartuffes have been exercises in grotesque mugging. In some ways, Dowling’s approach, which aims for emotional truthfulness, is a relief; still, I wanted it to be funnier. The ingredients are there: In the title role, Henry Goodman is amusingly duplicitous (his split-second switches from piety to lust are something to ...

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