Our upcoming production

“Much ado about Will!” is a musical entertainment created by members of Tagora and centred on the life and works of William Shakespeare. It will be performed at the Cube Noir, Koenigshoffen from 27 November to 5 December 2021. Tickets will go on sale from the beginning of October.

Broadway Theater Summer Camp

If you have children between 11 and 18 years old who like singing, dancing and acting then they will love Broadway Theater International Summer Camp from 18 to 24 July where they will spend a week in the Vosges preparing a famous musical. Each day is filled by participating in workshops run by professional artists while the evenings are full of fun and games organized by our camp counselors. Accommodation is provided in Les Genévriers and on the final day family and friends are invited Continue reading →

The other RADA

Tagora members who attended our AGM will remember that we discussed the possibility of “staging” performances online, using Zoom or similar applications. Well, great minds think alike; and the Riviera Amateur Dramatic Association (the other RADA, geddit?) is offering an online production of Lysistrata by Aristophanes. Continue reading →

We’ll meet again…

… but for the moment, Covid oblige, it will be online. Tagora’s annual general meeting will take place on Sunday 22 November at 11.00. It’s a chance to review past activities and to look forward to the future. And also to elect the new committee (for which nominations are invited). The meeting will be held by Zoom. You will need a computer or a telephone. A camera is useful, but not essential. If you want to attend, please e-mail agm@tagora.eu in advance of the meeting. Continue reading →

Uncertain times

We announced in June Tagora’s plans to stage the Merchant of Venice towards the end of 2021. However, in these uncertain times it is becoming clear that it is impractical to continue planning for a such a production. Restrictions on gathering together in large groups, and on access to rehearsal spaces, look as if they will continue for some time. As an alternative, we propose to work on a revue inspired by aspects of Shakespearean theatre – past, present or future. The show should, in Continue reading →