Live theatre, in English, in Strasbourg

Souvenirs from Tagora’s past productions

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2023

Whose Right?

Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 24 November–3 December 2023

Impro at the Cube

Directed by Nikki Michaelson, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 13–14 June 2023

Betrayal

by Harold Pinter. Directed by Rob Simmons, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 8–12 March 2023


2022

The Dog it Was that Died

by Tom Stoppard. Directed by Simon Palmer, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 27–30 October 2022

She Was Wearing …

by seven Irish authors. Directed by Julia Whitham, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 27–30 October 2022


2021

Much Ado about Will

written by the company and William Shakespeare. Directed by members of Tagora, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 27 November–5 December 2021


2020

12 Angry Men

by Reginald Rose. Directed by Simon Palmer. Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 7–14 October 2020


2019

Brecht in Bisch’

A selection of Bertolt Brecht’s songs, poems and drama, featuring two short plays, In Search of Justice and The Elephant Calf. Directed by David Adamson at the Salle du Cercle, Bischheim, 12–14 April 2019. The Elephant Calf was also performed at FEATS 2019 in Ottobrunn, Munich, on 2 June 2019

Alice in Brexitland

by David Adamson, Hazel Breslin, David Crowe, Jenny Griffiths, Elena Malagoni, Nick O’Sullivan, Louise and Simon Palmer, Joelle Symons, Martyn Symons, Richard Thayer and Liam Wright. Directed by Louise Palmer, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 31 January–5 February 2019


2018

Harlequinade

by Terence Rattigan. Directed by Véronique Zentz, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 31 May–3 June 2018

All on Her Own

by Terence Rattigan. Directed by David Adamson, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 31 May–3 June 2018


2017

Lunch Girls

by Ron Hart. Directed by David Adamson, Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 4 and 5 May 2017; FEATS 2017, Frankfurt, 4 June 2017

The School for Scandal

by Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Directed by Louise Palmer, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 2–5 February 2017


2016

Will-ful Mischief

An entertainment to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare. Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 10 and 11 November 2016

The Lover

by Harold Pinter. Directed by David Adamson, Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 8–10 June 2016

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

by Edward Albee. Directed by Martyn Symons, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 2 and 3 April and 7–9 April 2016


2015

The Actor’s Nightmare

by Christopher Durang. Directed by David Adamson, Théâtralis festival, Hall des Chars, Strasbourg, 4 July 2015; Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 13 and 14 June 2015

A Matter of Husbands

by Ferenc Molnár. Directed by David Crowe, Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 13 and 14 June 2015

The Cherry Orchard

by Anton Chekhov. Directed by Louise Palmer, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 18 January and 22–25 January 2015


2014

The Virtue of Pretty Penny, or, A Vile Murder Foil’d

by Simon Palmer. Directed by Simon Palmer, FEATS 2014, Mamer, Luxembourg, 6 June 2014; Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 15 and 16 May 2014; also performed as part of La Belle Époque


2013

La Belle Époque

Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 13–15 December and 18–20 December 2013

The Recording

Sketches by Harold Pinter. Directed by Louise Palmer, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 7 and 8 May 2013

Watson in Winter

by Richard Thayer. Directed by Richard Thayer and David Adamson, FEATS 2013, The Hague, 18 May 2013; Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 7 and 8 May 2013; Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 20 and 21 April 2013


2012

“Art”

by Yasmina Reza. Directed by Pelin Iscan, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 7–11 December 2012

Oh, What a Lovely War!

by Joan Littlewood et al. Directed by Louise Palmer, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 12–15 April 2012


2011

The Bear

by Brian Friel. Directed by Jodie Clifford, FEATS 2011, Geneva, 11 June 2011; Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 1 and 2 June 2011

Picasso at the Lapin agile

by Steve Martin. Directed by David Adamson, Théâtralis festival, Strasbourg, 3 July 2011; Au Camionneur, Strasbourg, 27–30 January 2011


2010

Caught in the Act

by Bruce Kane. Directed by David Adamson, Théâtralis festival, Strasbourg, 4 July 2010

Late Entry

by David Tristram. Directed by David Crowe and Maria Psarrou, Théâtralis festival, Strasbourg, 5 July 2010; FEATS 2010, Bad Homburg, 13 May 2010

Dancing at Lughnasa

by Brian Friel. Directed by Louise Palmer, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 26–29 June 2010


2009

The Birthday Party

by Harold Pinter. Directed by Louise Palmer, Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 11–13 December 2009

Red Hot in Amsterdam

by Patricia Robinson. Directed by David Crowe and Bridget O’Loughlin, FEATS 2009, Brussels, 30 May 2009; European Youth Centre, Strasbourg, 20 May 2009


2008

Tagora’s Christmas Cracker

Théâtre du Cube noir, Koenigshoffen, 18–20 December 2008

The 15-Minute Hamlet

by Tom Stoppard. Directed by Louise Palmer, Théâtralis festival, Strasbourg, 5 July 2008; also performed as part of Tagora’s Christmas Cracker


2007

Witness for the Prosecution

by Agatha Christie. Directed by Louise Palmer, Palais de l’Europe, Strasbourg, 29 November–1 December 2007

Two

by Jim Cartwright. Directed by Julia Whitham, Théâtralis festival, Strasbourg, 10 July 2007

Chamber Music

by Arthur Kopit. Directed by David Crowe and Julia Whitham, FEATS 2007, The Hague, 28 May 2007


2006

Play

by Samuel Beckett. Directed by Jodie Clifford, Stadthalle Kehl, 29–30 September 2006

The Collection

by Harold Pinter. Directed by Louise Palmer, Stadthalle Kehl, 29–30 September 2006

Chamber Music

by Arthur Kopit. Directed by David Crowe and Julia Whitham, Théâtralis festival, Strasbourg, 12 July 2006; European Youth Centre, Strasbourg, 23 May 2006; Stadthalle Kehl, 8–9 April 2006


2005

Bond Does It Again

by David Crowe. Directed by David Crowe, Théâtralis festival, Strasbourg, 1 July 2005. Also performed as part of thEspionage, November 2004

Two

by Jim Cartwright. Directed by Julia Whitham, FEATS 2005, Hamburg, 13 May 2005; Stadthalle Kehl, 7 May 2005


2004

thEspionage

Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 18–20 November 2004


2003

Mountain Language

by Harold Pinter. Directed by Julia Whitham, FEATS 2003, Bad Homburg, 30 May 2003

Cinderella

Directed by Louise Palmer, Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 6–8 February 2003


2002

Wanda’s Visit

by Christopher Durang. Directed by David Crowe and Christine Schnell, Salle de la Table ronde, Université Marc-Bloch, Strasbourg, 13–15 June 2002; FEATS 2002, Brussels, 19 May 2002; Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 24 and 26 April 2002


2001

Parcel

by David Campton. Directed by Véronique Zentz, Le Studio, rue Saglio, Strasbourg, 15 and 16 June 2001; FEATS 2001, The Hague, 1–4 June 2001

Twelfth Night

by William Shakespeare. Directed by Louise Palmer, Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 15–17 February 2001


2000

Wounds to the Face

by Howard Barker. Directed by Elaine Newton, Le Studio, rue Saglio, Strasbourg, 26–28 June 2000; FEATS 2000, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, 11 June 2000


1999

Arsenic and Old Lace

by Joseph Kesselring. Directed by David Crowe and Andrew Wright, Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 28–30 October 1999

Three More Sleepless Nights

by Caryl Churchill. Directed by Julia Whitham, Salle de la Table ronde, Université Marc-Bloch, Strasbourg, 16 June 1999; FEATS 1999, Geneva, 24 May 1999


1998

When We Are Married

by John Boynton Priestley. Directed by Louise Palmer, Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 12–14 February 1998


1997

Last Chance Café

by David Clow. Directed by David Crowe, FEATS 1997, Brussels, 18 May 1997

The Threepenny Opera

by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill. Directed by Louise Palmer, Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 1997


1996

Impromptu

by Tad Mosel. Directed by David Crowe, FEATS 1996, Bad Homburg, 24 May 1996; École de musique et de danse, Illkirch-Graffenstaden, Strasbourg, 22 May 1996


1995

Chaud hiver

Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 1995

Lysistrata

by Aristophanes. Directed by David Clow and David Crowe, Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, April 1995

Les Années folles

Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 14–17 February 1995


1994

Tagora’s Winter Show

Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg, 20–22 January 1994


1993

Gas Light

by Patrick Hamilton

The Playboy of the Western World

by John Millington Synge. Directed by Michel Tondowski and Louise Palmer, Le 23, rue du Lazaret, Strasbourg 3–5 June 1993


1992

A Lion among Ladies

by William Shakespeare (adap. Louise Palmer). Directed by Louise Palmer, FEATS 1992, Brussels, 7 June 1992


1991

Hands across the Sea

by Noël Coward. Directed by Vincent Nash, FEATS 1991, Bad Homburg, 17–20 May 1991; Centre socio-culturel du Fossé-des-Treize, Strasbourg, 13 and 14 May 1991

Family Voices

by Harold Pinter. Centre socio-culturel du Fossé-des-Treize, Strasbourg, 13 and 14 May 1991

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

by William Shakespeare. Directed by Louise Palmer, Palais des fêtes, Strasbourg, January 1991


1990

A Tale of Two Cities

adapted from Charles Dickens. Cercle des Officiers, Strasbourg, 24–27 January 1990


1989

Miss Julie

by August Strindberg. Directed by Steve Delmonte, FEATS 1989, Luxembourg, 13 May 1989

The Importance of Being Earnest

by Oscar Wilde.


1988

Our Town

by Thornton Wilder. Produced by Vincent Nash and Etty Levy


Miscellanea

Photos from other Tagora events.

Cracking the Whip

A staged reading of extracts from Bruce Kane’s short play. 2003.

The Nutcracker

Tagora helped out with the Council of Europe Amicale children’s party at Christmas 2003, in particular by giving a presentation of the story of The Nutcracker.