Set against the backdrop of New York’s art deco splendor, Molière’s classic farce Les Femmes Savantes gets a dose of champagne and Jazz Age dazzle with The Learned Ladies of Park Avenue. In this screwball romantic comedy, socialite Betty wants to marry Dicky. Meanwhile, Betty’s mother Phyllis has another beau in mind for her: the scheming, gold-digging poet Upton Gabbit. Who knows whether greed or true love will walk down the aisle? Directed by Michael Graham, this clever satire of high-society extravagance and politics hits the stage at Chicago’s Stage 773 this fall.