Ahoy pirates!

If you notice anything untoward on the Tagora site – or if it disappears completely – blame it on the activities of cretinous hackers who are exploiting it for their own ends. The intruders have managed to set up some unauthorised script that adds an extra “div” (= division – essentially a text-box) to several of our pages. It contains links to a number of pseudo-pharmaceutical products. Here’s the cunning bit: the box can’t be seen because it’s off the page, being situated some 500 pixels above Continue reading →

Auditions: new production from Americans in Alsace

Following last year’s successful production of Annie Jr, the theatre group of Americans in Alsace is launching another project for young people. Seussical Jr is based on the books of Dr Seuss of “Cat in the Hat” fame. It opened on Broadway in 2000 and has since entertained audiences in both North America and Europe, including a run in London’s West End in 2012. Performances are scheduled for October 2014. More information on the new American Theater Group Web site.

“Pretty Penny”: Strasbourg in May, Luxembourg in June

We are pleased to announce that Tagora’s FEATS entry for this year, The Virtue of Pretty Penny, or, A Vile Murder Foil’d, by Simon Palmer, will have a preview showing in Strasbourg shortly before we take it to the Luxembourg festival. We shall be performing it in the cabaret atmosphere of the Camionneur on 15 and 16 May. Performances start at 21.30, but please come earlier and sample the Camionneur’s excellent menu. Booking will be possible through the Camionneur in due course. The FEATS festival takes Continue reading →

Plans for the summer?

Bored by the beach? Sick of sightseeing? Maybe one of these theatre summer schools is for you. The Luxembourg European Annual Theatre Summer School runs from 26 July to 3 August. Registrations are now open. To find out more, download the documentation or visit the LEATSS Web site. And we’ve recently been told about the Gormanston Annual Summer Drama School, held from 3 to 9 August in Co. Meath, Ireland. See their Web site, or download the brochure.