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AGORA - Bureau A1.09V
Du lundi au vendredi
09h30 - 15h30

Bureau et Comité

  • Président : Denis HUBER
  • Vice-présidente : Sabrina WITTMANN
  • Trésorière : Catherine GUERRERO
  • Secrétaire exécutive : Renée MORITZ
  • Membres élus : Keltoum BELAID, Anne GAREL, Janis SYMONS
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Tagora is a multicultural and multilingual theatre troupe, whose main aim is to unite amateur theatre enthusiasts who want to act, sing, dance, contribute to the dramatic arts, but above all take part in shows.

Although part of the Amicale, we welcome participants also from outside the Council. We believe this contact between a European institution and the world outside is one of our strong points. Our members are for the most part English-speaking, but many nationalities are involved in ...

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“The Lover” by Harold Pinter

“The Lover” by Harold Pinter

Calendar from 08/06/2016 to 10/06/2016

A Tagora presentation directed by David Adamson

Richard and Sarah live in a middle class London suburb but while he goes off to work in the city she stays at home and awaits her lover.

As usual in Pinter’s world, nothing is what it seems to be …

Au Camionneur, 8-10 June, 21.30. Reservations/info: 03 88 32 12 60.

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Calendar from 02/04/2016 to 09/04/2016

Edward Albee’s American classic, presented by Tagora.

An academic couple, Martha and George, return home from a boozy reception, having invited Nick and Honey, two newcomers to the university, to continue the party at their place.

The two guests, alarmed by the stormy relationship between their hosts, do their best to keep calm and to make light of the uneasy atmosphere. But the evening still has a number of secrets to reveal.

  • Saturday 2 April, 20.30
  • Sunday 3 April, 17.00
  • Thursday
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The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov

The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov

Calendar from 18/01/2015 to 25/01/2015

The Cherry Orchard, a comedy, was first performed at the Moscow Arts Theatre on 17 January 1904. It was Anton Chekhov’s last play; he died six months  later at Badenweiler, 20 kilometres from Mulhouse.
The play depicts the incomprehension of  an impoverished aristocratic household in the face of a changing Russia.
A Tagora presentation in English directed by Louise Palmer. At the Cube noir, Sunday 18 (17:00), Thursday 22 and Friday 23 (20:30), Saturday ... Read more »