Some concern has been expressed, in the local press and elsewhere, about the direction being taken by the Théâtre du jeune public (TJP), which some say is at risk of losing its identity as an institution devoted principally to providing an introduction to the theatre for young people. Those with long memories may recall that in the dim and distant past the TJP was one of Tagora’s early venues – before we even had a name! Continue reading →
Artus, the amateur theatre group attached to the University of Strasbourg, is running a course in stage make-up. It’s given by Laure Giroult, a professional make-up artist. There is a small charge for participating, but Tagora will be happy to make a contribution if any of our members would like to follow the course. Continue reading →
Those who saw our production of The Bear a little while ago may remember that Greg Smirnov spent some time drinking his unwilling hostess’ vodka. For the production in Geneva we bought a beautiful red bottle of Absolut raspberry vodka. The contents were carefully decanted out and replaced by water for the performance. Continue reading →
Or maybe a brighter colour. Call for volunteers to help repaint the Cube noir If you can spare some time on the weekend of 10 and 11 November, this is your chance to have fun slapping some paint around. Continue reading →
The Trois 14 theatre collective, of which Tagora is a member, is organising a series of theatrical exploration sessions based around the programme of the Théâtre national de Strasbourg. Download this PDF for further details.
It’s been suggested that a handy list of the plays we’ve read (or which are on the programme) would refresh our memories and provide a reference for helping to select material. So here it is. Continue reading →