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 →
The run comes to an end tonight, Saturday 9 April. Book in advance to make sure of your place, but tickets will also be on sale at the door For more details, read on. Continue reading →
YATS (Young Actors Theater Strasbourg) recently announced their next production, Fame Jr, and are looking for young actors, singers and dancers. Auditions are open to all young people ages 11 to 18 who can take direction in English and can perform in English. You must be 11 years old by 1 October 2016. What you need for an audition? You must prepare a song with accompaniment. You can use one of the MP3 songs you will find in Audition Materials or you can use any musical Continue reading →
On 1 April, for one night only, the ESC is hosting a unique production about Dante’s Divine Comedy at the Munsterhof, 9 rue des Juifs in Strasbourg. A one-man show, Mike Maran brings the legendary poem to life in a memorable and highly amusing way. Tickets cost €15 or €12 for Concessions and ESC members For more information and to book tickets, go to www.ADivineComedySXB.bpt.me.
Please note that the reading of She Stoops to Conquer, originally scheduled for Tuesday 9 February, will now take place on Tuesday 8 March. More information
Tagora, ever eager to extend its repertoire, proposes the reading of two classic 18th-century comedies with a view to producing one of them at the Cube noir in late January 2017. The School for Scandal by Richard Brinsley Sheridan will be read on Tuesday 26 January and She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith on Tuesday 9 February. The readings will take place in the Tagora rehearsal room and begin at 18.30. All are welcome to attend. You don’t have to be a member of Tagora in Continue reading →