“Scapin, servant of a wealthy master, is a cunning manipulator and selfish trickster smart and intelligent man, who applies all his skills in order not to get a beating from his master help two loving couples, whose fathers try to make them marry someone else against their will. The play, inspired by commedia dell’arte, offers lots of ridiculous situations situational and verbal humour and stingy old men being double-crossed a glance on the timeless essence of the conflict of generations.” (Extract of the original manuscript of an article published in Le Monde before the world premiere the play in Paris, edited by a certain F. Scapin.)