Those who were at the reading of After Magritte last week will remember that Julia had brought some information about a festival in Estonia called “Monomaania”. At the time it wasn’t clear whether the “mono” referred to one-act plays or monologues. Continue reading →
Interested in acting? Aged between 10 and 14? Free on Tuesday evenings? TYT may be what you’re looking for. Continue reading →
FEATS, the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies, takes place next year in The Hague from 17 to 20 May. The venue is the splendid Koninklijke Schouwburg (pictured). FEATS is a competitive festival for short plays in English. Standards are high, but we can usually manage to hold our heads up, even if our prize-winning entries are rare. Continue reading →
Our series of occasional play-readings continues this month with two fairly modern shorts, each of which seems to eschew character names in favour of letters of the alphabet. So come and meet A, B, B, C, D, M, J and V. What a Scrabble hand, eh? First on the menu (geddit?) is Lunch Girls by Ron Hart from 1983, scheduled for 13 June. And we continue on 19 June with Crave by Sarah Kane, first performed in 1998. Continue reading →
The association Strasbourg Amitiés USA is organising a series of theater workshops in English for schoolchildren from 18 June onwards. And it’s “theater”, not “theatre”, since they will be run by visiting teachers from Wilmington, North Carolina.
Well, you can’t do both, of course. But you can win this splendid cake at the raffle to be held at the Amicale femmes’ Brocante. Tickets are only €1, and can be bought on the day (Saturday 2 June). What does this have to do with Tagora? Very little, except that three hard-working members of the Tagora committee are also helping out at this charity event. So if you’re free on 2 June, please go along and support them. Jubilee Celebration Cake flyer (PDF)