A reminder of some of the events going on over the next month or so ...
3 June Auditions - The Seagull
NWTC auditions for "The Seagull" by Anton Chekhov to be held at 11 Bisserweg, L-1238 Luxembourg-City (in the Grund, just past Oscars pub). Directed by John Brigg, The Seagull will be performed in the Kulturhaus, Mersch 27 February -3 March 2019. The workshop audition will last approximately 3 hours. Anyone who would like further information can contact jbrigg(at)pt(dot)lu and/or valerie(at)nwtc(dot)lu. Also see www.nwtc.lu - shows
20 June NWTC's AGM
Come and get your voice heard! NWTC will host its AGM/pot-luck supper at BUROS, 3 rue Thomas Edison, L-1445 STRASSEN at 19.30. See www.nwtc.lu for further details or contact committee(at)nwtc(dot)lu.
4 July Cafe Villon
John Brigg and Valerie Scott are organising another Cafe Villon evening which will enable a snapshot and discussion of three scripts - details to be confirmed - for more information please write to jbrigg(at)pt(dot)lu or valerie(at)nwtc(dot)lu.
19 October NWTC’s 50th Anniversary Dinner
Come and help us celebrate! Dinner will be held at Hotel Parc Alvisse with entertainment and memories galore! See the the 50th celebration pages at www.nwtc.lu for more information
Other anglophone theatrical events
3 June (10-1) Neutral mask and clown workshop with Actors Rep
Actors Rep are holding a workshop on Sunday 3 June. For more information please click on the link below:
https://actorsrep.lu/2018/05/neutral-mask-and-clown-workshop-with-carine-montbertrand/ or write directly to actorsrep(dot)erik(at)gmail(dot)com
June 1,2,4,5 & 6 The Guys
Last chance to catch Actors Repertory Theatre's production of The Guys, by Anne Nelson at Bamhaus: 18A / 18D rue de la Cimenterie, L-1337 Luxembourg-Dommeldange (Old ArcelorMittal site). Shows at 8pm. Tickets 20 € (Students 10 €). ActorsRep(dot)tickets(at)gmail(dot)com or (+352) 35 63 39. Based on a true story, The Guys is a moving account of a journalist helping a New York City firehouse Captain memorialise and honour the men he lost on September 11th, 2001, in the attacks on the World Trade Center. With Christine Probst and Peter Zazzali, directed by Erik Abbott. (See the review from The Chronicle for more information).
26 June Murder Mystery Playreading
LEAPA is organising a Murder Mystery playreading evening (19.00-22.00) at the Foyer Europeen, 10, rue Heinrich Heine L-1720 Luxembourg. For more information please see www.leapa.eu.
21-29 July LEATSS Summer School
The LEATSS Summer School opens its doors again at the end of July. This year’s tutors include Graeme Du Fresne, Peta Lily, Freddie Machin and Simon Naylor. Offering both a week-long course or separate intensive two-day workshops, courses can be found on a variety of themes including acting, writing, musical theatre and object theatre. See www.leatss.lu or contact John Brigg (jbrigg(at)pt(dot)lu) for further information.
7-11 November Young Frankenstein - the musical comedy
Pirate Productions performs "Young Frankenstein" at Kinneksbond, Mamer. see www.pirateproductions.lu for further information.
ongoing: Casting call by Tara Donnell - contact casting(at)taradonnell(dot)com
Also see for listings of Altrimenti see www.altrimenti.lu