Painting a thousand words

AATG’s camera team at workAs an aid to participating groups, the organisers of FEATS 2013 in The Hague have posted video clips on their Web site.

See for yourself the loading bay, backstage area, etc., without leaving your seat. Just click the picture.

(You will need a modern browser that can play back MP4 format videos.)

FEATS line-up

The running order for FEATS 2013 has been announced.

17 May
  27 Wagons Full of Cotton by Tennessee Williams   American Theatre Company (Belgium)
  Ten Days in November (1647) by Stuart Marlow   ACTS (Germany)
  The Stronger by August Strindberg   Village Players (Switzerland)

18 May
  Watson in Winter by Richard Thayer   Tagora (France)
  Black Horse by Bruno Sousa   ESOC Theatre Group (Germany)
  For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls by Christopher Durang   Hamburg Players (Germany)

19 May
  The Event by John Clancy   New English American Theatre (Germany)
  Alarms by Michael Frayn   Copenhagen Theatre Circle (Denmark)
  Bassett by James Graham   Theatre in English/Theatre in Education (Belgium)

20 May
  Hinterlands – Heart of Lightness by Ko van den Bosch   Het Homerostheater (Netherlands)
  Death in the Living by Mike Williams   InPlayers (Netherlands)
  Boy Meets Girl by Sam Wolfson   Stockholm Players ( Sweden)

More about FEATS in The Hague: www.feats.nl.

Download the FEATS 2013 poster

FEATS 2013 posterClick on the picture to download the FEATS 2013 poster in PDF format.

On your marks …

The twelve groups invited to perform at FEATS 2013 need to start planning. The timetable for the run-up to the festival has gone out, and the technical data package and other vital documentation are available to download.

The groups lined up are the following:

  • ATC (American Theatre Company, Brussels)
  • ACTS (Anglophone Collaborative Theatre of Stuttgart)
  • Copenhagen Theatre Circle
  • ESOC (European Space Operations Centre, Darmstadt)
  • Hamburg Players
  • Het Homerostheater (The Hague)
  • InPlayers (Amsterdam)
  • NEAT (New English American Theatre, Stuttgart)
  • Stockholm Players
  • Tagora (Strasbourg)
  • TIE (Theatre in English, Brussels)
  • Village Players (Lausanne)

They are already on the starting-blocks, with the option of a theatre visit on 14 March, and further important deadlines to note.

More information on the FEATS 2013 Web site.

Fringe 2013

FEATS groups are reminded that the deadline for proposing contributions to this year’s Fringe is fast approaching. All proposals are welcome, both from groups taking part in the main festival and others. But hurry! Closing date is the end of January.

Contact the chair for further information and to put your name down.

Photo: Evonne Dunne in a flashback to the 2006 Fringe