On 24-28 June 2020, Tagora will be putting on 12 Angry Men, a stage adaptation of Sydney Lumet’s classic 1957 movie, at the Cube noir. I’m directing it and I’m looking for actors – men. This is not a gender-inclusive production: as the name of the piece implies, it’s about men and about how they behave. A re-telling of the play with a modern, mixed jury could be very good, but that’s not what Reginald Rose wrote. It’s also a play about American men: the Continue reading →
Présentation du théâtre kyôgen — le comique dans le Japon ancien. You are welcome to join this workshop to be held at the University of Strasbourg. Continue reading →
NOH – Japanese Traditional Theatre You are welcome to come and meet Taichiro NOMURA who is an actor of Japanese traditional Kyogen theatre and a direct descendant of a NOH farce family with a 500 year tradition. Tagora has invited him to an evening of cultural theatrical exchange on Thursday 16 May at 6pm in the rehearsal room to which all are welcome. If you do not have a badge to enter the council building please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
at the Chalet du Kurgarten, 40 rue d’Orbey, 67100 Strasbourg (Neudorf) on Saturday 25 May (turn in at the sign of the bicycle) Doors open 19.30 , tickets are 10 euros (entry and unlimited tarte flambée, drinks extra) Tickets on the door or if you want to book in advance contact any of the boys (?) in the band !
Will be shown in the Projection Room on Friday 10 May at 17h30pm. Cast and friends welcome but please make your own arrangements for non-badge holders
FRIDAY 12 APRIL AT 20.00 SATURDAY 13 APRIL AT 20.00 SUNDAY 14 APRIL AT 17.00 BOOK NOW Salle du Cercle, 2b rue de l’Eglise, 67800 Bischheim A celebration of one of the 20th century’s great European writers – tendentious, funny and even frightening. A multilingual evening with plays in English, poems and songs in French, German and English in an atmosphere inspired by the cabaret culture of 1930s Berlin, we present songs, poems and two short plays that carry us from the times of British Continue reading →