It’s free, it’s fun It’s our very own night out TAAD, Saturday 11th April from 7.30 pm at the Camionneur There’s still room on the programme if you want to do a song or a sketch (of around 4 minutes and possibly connected with Hollywood). If not, please feel free to just come along and enjoy. Quick reminder that I need to know by Monday 6 April by the latest to prepare the programme and if you want to eat at the Cam (good food Continue reading →
The Tagora dinner takes place on Saturday 11 April at the Camionneur. The theme is “Hollywood”, and appropriate dress is encouraged, although not obligatory. Continue reading →
We’re hoping to stage a translation/adaptation of Georges Feydeau’s short comedy Amour et piano, under the title Heart Strings. It has three characters, including a young man and a young woman, both aged around 20. We have no obvious candidates for the younger parts, and whether we consider the play for production will depend on finding suitable actors. Beginners are welcome! Performance would be in English, but it’s not essential that it be your first language. Auditions will be held in the evening of 1 April at the Continue reading →
Thanks to Roland Lehmann, Jean-Marie Claus and the rest of the Amicale’s video-photo club, both participants and audience of our production of The Cherry Orchard can relive the experience by watching the video. Have a look at it now on Vimeo.
Our friend David-Michel Muller, when not photographing our productions, has also been known to take to the stage himself. Now David, Joan Ott and the troupe La Dorée are producing a “comedy of anticipation”, Mnemosis, at the Pilier des arts in Rosheim and later at the Cube noir in Koenigshoffen. And they need some help behind the scenes. Here’s the full list of their requirements: • au Pilier des Arts : Montage : Mercredi 22 avril (±18h) : 3 personnes Générale : jeudi 23 avril (±18h) : Continue reading →
Since we don’t have a production under way at the moment, we are launching a series of workshops. They will take place on Wednesdays, probably every two weeks. First off is a play reading, Lunch Girls, by Ron Hart. See the listing under “What’s on” for more information. We’ll certainly be doing more play readings to broaden our knowledge, maybe choose a play for production and, of course, have fun. But the plan is to cover some other theatre-related activities. Continue reading →