News

  • Announcement of New Cast Members for Upcoming Fall Productions
    With the reschedule of both our early and late Fall productions due to the Covid-19 situation, some of our previous cast members had conflicts with the new dates. We recently held virtual auditions and are now pleased to announce the following new cast members: For “Death of A Salesman”: Thomas Ryan as Howard Wagner and […]
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  • Auditions for Open Roles in Autumn Plays
    Frankfurt English Speaking Theatre have open roles to cast for the upcoming Autumn productions of the revival of Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller and The Madness of Lady Bright by Lanford Wilson.
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  • Mini-Production: “See me, hear me, face me now!” | “Dinner for Five”
    FEST and Kulturhaus offer the mini-production with the theme “Getting Back Into the Theatre”. FEST will perform: “See me, hear me, face me now!” Five women perform powerful and dramatic monologues and a duologue about women who want to be seen, heard and acknowledged. Don’t judge them, don’t dismiss them – acknowledge them and seek […]
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  • Our Message of Hope in Corona Times
    We sincerely hope all of you, our FEST friends and your families, and those others dear to you in your communities, workplaces and homes get through the Coronavirus situation safely and in good health. In the spirit of positive energy, positive thoughts and looking ahead, we have decided to move our upcoming productions to new […]
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  • Production of “Death of a Salesman” Rescheduled for September/October
    We are very pleased to announce that our production which had to be paused due to the Coronavirus pandemic, will return to the stage in September and October. The show dates are: 25, 26, 27 September and 2, 3, and 4 October 2020. We look forward to welcoming you to the shows again!
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  • Spring Production of “Death of a Salesman” Cancelled – Tentative Rescheduling
    Due to the rapid changes regarding COVID-19 and following the guidance from the authorities, we regret to announce the cancellation of the performances of “Death of a Salesman” set for 13-15 and 20-22 March. We’re working on rescheduling the performances. Watch this space for updates. We thank our cast, crew and audiences for your support […]
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  • FEST Academy Workshop: Acting the Cold Reading – Cancelled
    Due to a low number of registrations the workshop can unfortunately not take place and will postponed to a later time this year. Watch this space for more information. You wanted to participate but couldn’t accomodate it in your current time schedule? Contact us at [email protected] We are happy to inform and register you as […]
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  • Cast Announcement Late Spring Production
    We are happy to announce the cast of Field Guide to Mating by Sam Graber and The Madness of Lady Bright by Lanford Wilson. Cast of “Field Guide to Mating“, to be directed by Michael Wehrli Jarred Marlatt – Field GuideLeo Dancette – PaulMiriam Van Meter – IreneAlexandra Martin – Kelsey Cast of “The Madness […]
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  • March Play Reading
    This month’s play choice is Circle Mirror Transformation by Annie Baker. In a small town in Vermont, New England, five unlikely strangers come together in their community centre for a creative drama class for adults. The free-spirited Marty, recently divorced Schulz, former actress Teresa, the self-conscious high school student Lauren, and Marty’s quiet husband, James. […]
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  • FEST Academy Workshop: Acting the Cold Reading
    FEST, like many other theater groups, uses cold readings* at its auditions and call backs to cast shows. Building upon the guideposts provided by Michael Shurtleff in his book “Audition”, you’ll have the opportunity to discover, explore and practice his timeless and essential tips for delivering a stronger performance during the cold reading process. Note […]
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  • February Play Reading
    In February we will read the Ibsen classic Hedda Gabler, featuring one of the most dramatic and tragic roles of theatre history. Although written about 130 years ago, this play is still relevant today with its psychological depths and its criticism of a society built by men which can only end up frustrating the desires […]
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