New production: “The Lover” by Harold Pinter

Tagora is pleased to present The Lover by Harold Pinter, directed by David Adamson and featuring Mimi Sajin and Chris Reynolds. You can see it at the Camionneur from 8 to 10 June. The metaphorical curtain rises at 21.30, but come ahead of time and partake of the Camionneur’s excellent food. About the play Richard and Sarah live in a middle class London suburb but while he goes off to work in the city she stays at home and awaits her lover … As usual in Pinter’s world,  nothing is Continue reading →

This Time the Girl’s in Trouble

Tagora members and friends are warmly invited to the launch party for M. Soul’s new album. Canadian singer Marcel Soulodre, alias M. Soul, is a staunch friend and supporter of Tagora, and manages to attend most of our productions despite his own performing commitments. To celebrate the release of his new album he’s organising a party at the Galerie “No Smoking” on Friday 20 May. Doors open at 19.00. Marcel and his band will be performing songs from the album as well as some Johnny Cash and rock ’n’ roll. Admission is free, Continue reading →

Tagora AGM: minutes now available

Update: you can now download the minutes. Thanks to Dianne for doing her usual efficient job. With Virginia Woolf out of the way and The Lover still a few weeks away it’s probably a good time to get together to review past events and discuss future projects. So the Tagora annual general meeting will be held next Monday, 25 April, at 18.30 in the Palais de l’Europe. The rehearsal room is probably in use, but we can usually use the projection room next door. Tagora members and friends Continue reading →

Coming up in 2017: School for Scandal

Following last month’s vote, Tagora members have decided that The School for Scandal, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, will be our next production at the Cube noir. It will be staged early in 2017. The schedule is as follows: Get in  and technical: Monday 30 January 1st dress rehearsal: Tuesday 31 January 2nd dress rehearsal: Wednesday 1 February Performance 20.30: Thursday 2 February Performance 20.30: Friday 3 February Matinée 17.00 and evening 20.30: Saturday 4 February Matinée 17.00: Sunday 5 February followed by get out. Should you be available and Continue reading →

Meet the author: Rich Orloff

Peace Productions will be staging Nothing Serious by Rich Orloff on 22 and 23 April, under the direction of Mike Mecek. The author is coming to Strasbourg to see the production, and, thanks to Peace Productions and the American Theater Workshop, Tagora members and friends have an opportunity to meet him and exchange ideas. Rich has been writing plays professionally for 30 years. His Web site describes him as “one of the most popular unknown playwrights” in the United States. If you’ve always wanted to ask a playwright questions Continue reading →