On your marks, get set and go! Spring is in the air, the clocks go forward next weekend … which means it’s time to start thinking about Tagora’s plans for next winter! Here’s a hint of what’s to come, together with an invitation to join in.
Support FEATS 2023
FEATS 2023 takes place in Bad Homburg from 26 to 29 May 2023 The organising group, Frankfurt English Speaking Theatre, is asking for help to ensure it takes place. How can you contribute? Well, either by volunteering to join the team or by supporting its crowd-funding initiative. Here’s what the group has to say. Volunteers …
Acting without a script
Sign-ups are now open for Tagora’s Spring Impro Workshop Series and Showcase We are offering four weeks of drop-in long-form impro workshops, taught by Nikki Lynn Michaelson, followed by an invited showcase. Did you ever do impro (or improv, it means the same thing) in an acting class and absolutely love how much fun it …
Tagora presents “Betrayal”
Betrayal by Harold Pinter
If you’ve ever been curious about long-form improvisation, this is your chance to try it out! Tagora is hosting a one-night workshop led by Nikki Michaelson (alumnus of The Peoples Improv Theater and iO Chicago). You will learn how to co-create a scene in the moment with the support of your fellow players, and no …
TAGORA – UPDATE ON ACTIVITIES
Dear fellow Tagorans First of all, a reminder that Rob Simmons is directing “Betrayal” by Harold Pinter, which we will be showing at the Cube Noir from 8 – 12 March 2023. Tickets are on sale now – tickets available here: TAGORA’S NEXT SHOW! – Tagora and we would invite you all to attend and …
Online play readings make a return
And we start with a play to suit the season, “A Christmas Carol”.
Tagora is pleased to announce a reading and audition for our production of Betrayal by Harold Pinter, directed by Rob Simmons. Betrayal is a play for three people of similar age, two men and a woman. It revolves around faithfulness, trust and the breach of that trust within a marriage and a friendship. It is …
Tagora is moving
No, we are not leaving Strasbourg. But the website is being transferred to a new server. And we need a bit of time to put things in place. Bear with us, and come back soon. Or read on if you’re interested in the details.