Tagora will not be alone in performing Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard next January. A few days after our production the Belgian Compagnie Premiers Actes will be staging La Cerisaie (in French) at the TAPS Scala in Strasbourg. A chance to compare two language versions – and two different approaches to the classic play.
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It’s not only Tagora that will be performing at the Cube noir this season. There’s a whole programme, provided mostly by the amateur groups of the Trois 14 collective. If you’re tempted by a few of the productions, Trois 14 offers season tickets at favourable rates for five shows from member troupes of the collective. Full information can be found on the Trois 14 Web site – where you should in any case check for performance times and last-minute changes. But here’s an overview of Continue reading →
No, not yet that season. But the Strasbourg theatre scene is reawakening after its summer lay-off. Theatres are offering presentations of the season’s programmes; and it’s not only the “biggies” (like the TNS and Le Maillon), but also the Cube noir, where Tagora will be staging The Cherry Orchard early next year. Trois 14, Strasbourg’s amateur theatre collective, is organising this season’s presentation. On behalf of Tagora, Isabelle Dousset will be delivering a short introduction to The Cherry Orchard. The evening will end with a glass of something and Continue reading →
In the absence of its main contributor, the Tagora Web site will be going into a sort of summer hibernation (estivation?) for the month of July. For those who are here, don’t forget Théâtralis on 3 to 6 July. Back before too long with news about the cast of Cherry Orchard, rehearsal schedules, improvements in the Cube noir and some other projects to keep us out of mischief.
We don’t normally sell things through this Web site, but are prepared to make exceptions from time to time … And this is not a joke, however unusual it may seem. One of our colleagues at the Council of Europe has some tickets going spare for the Monty Python reunion gig in London this summer. He’s selling them at cost price: in the region of £100 a place. Ten tickets available, spread over three nights (3, 4 and 5 July). If you’re interested, e-mail email@example.com, Continue reading →