We announced in June Tagora’s plans to stage the Merchant of Venice towards the end of 2021. However, in these uncertain times it is becoming clear that it is impractical to continue planning for a such a production. Restrictions on gathering together in large groups, and on access to rehearsal spaces, look as if they will continue for some time. As an alternative, we propose to work on a revue inspired by aspects of Shakespearean theatre – past, present or future. The show should, in Continue reading →
At last! Tagora’s production of 12 Angry Men takes to the stage. Eight performances (to allow for smaller audiences and social distancing) are scheduled at the Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, between 7 and 14 October. Continue reading →
Some of you may be aware that, as from the next season, regulations require that all troupes playing in the Cube noir must have on duty an emergency first responder (équipier de 1re intervention). Each troupe has to nominate two members to undertake training on 9 September (morning) or 11 September (afternoon). If you’d be willing to assume this important role on behalf of Tagora, please let us know. E-mail address at the top of the page.
The Tagora annual general meeting takes place on Wednesday 11 December 2019, starting at 18.00. Agenda Report of the 2018 annual general meeting: matters arising Review of the year’s activities: Productions: Alice in Br€xitland; Brecht in Bisch’ FEATS Other Treasurer’s report Relations with Trois14 Election of the Committee Any other business Inventory Alternatives to the Cube Noir All are welcome. You don’t have to be a Tagora member to attend; but since the venue is within the security zone of the Palais de l’Europe we Continue reading →
During our successful run of Alice in Brexitland Tagora asked for donations towards a fund set up to support the families of victims of the violent attacks in Strasbourg during the Christmas market last year. We are pleased to say that thanks to your generosity we have been able to make a sizeable contribution to the cause. Your donations raised €340, to which we were able to add €565 from box-office receipts and €95 from the bar takings, making a total of €1000. Thank you, on behalf of Continue reading →
Following Alice in Brexitland, Tagora’s next production will be Brecht in Bisch. The show will include two short plays – The Elephant Calf or The provability of any and every contention and In Search of Justice – as well as some songs and poems all written by Bertolt Brecht and performed in a cabaret style. Performance dates: 12, 13 and 14 April. The Elephant Calf has also been chosen as an entry for FEATS 2019 which will be held at the end of May near Munich. To Continue reading →