NWTC Youth Theatre Group is delighted to present:
The Adventures of Rocky & Skye
Tickets: Adults: €10; Students: €8
This show has a working title of "Tom Freeman and the Magic Door"
Director: Julien Farlin, Musical Director: Eric Girardi and Choreographer: Caroline Kaufholdt
They require Actor /Singers, Dancers (non singing) and also Singers for a small chorus.
The rehearsals will start in May and the show goes on at Kinneksbond in November.
If you would like to audition, please apply here and come to the Walforf school ready to start at 14:00 on Sunday 23rd April
I Can't Tell You - But You Can Feel
Tickets: €20; Students: €15
Inspired by Emily's life and the nearly 1,800 poems she wrote, 19-year-old Eloïse Heger-Hedløy explores the question of “what makes a poet?” Where does poetry come from? The BGT Theatre Company is delighted to have the opportunity to present this new and experimental piece of work by a young and promising writer and actress developing the text through a series of workshops. This is the latest BGT play to put women centre stage and to encourage young, new talent.
Tickets: Adults: €22.50; Students: €8
To reserve: click here ; email@example.com; 47 08 95-1
A female pornographer comes face to face with a censor – the man whose job is to determine whether her work can see the light of day. She needs to convince him to see beyond the graphic images if it’s ever going to stand a chance of being released.
But the war she’s fighting is about far more than just a movie. She dreams of a day when films like hers can be shown in every multiplex in the land, to every man, woman, and child. When that day comes, there’ll be no more repression, no more witch-hunts.
This production is directed by Anne Simon. In Simon’s interpretation, the porn film, and the censoring thereof, stand in for the mechanisms at work to silence women – or any other minority. The Censor becomes a parable for those century-old systems and narratives that maintain the Western patriarchal power structures in place. Rather than trying to reproduce the controversy the play sparked when first staged in 1997 over the now possibly less shocking explicitness of some scenes, Simon explores gender roles themselves and confronts the audience with how far their own gender biases and tropes influence the reading of a situation.
FEST Frankfurt presents
The Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies (FEATS) is the largest English-language theatre festival on the European continent. 12 amateur groups are invited to participate in the festival to put on 12 short play over a 4-day period. More information to follow.