Actors Needed

ETL is looking for actors for our next show in September 2020. Are you of any age, any gender, any colour and any height? If so, we want to see what you can do on the stage!

We will be holding auditions at the Neues Schauspiel at Lütznerstraße 29, on Sunday 12 July from 10am to 2pm as well as Tuesday 14 July  and Wednesday 15 July from 7pm to 9pm.

If you would like to take part, please drop us a line at pr@englishtheatreleipzig.de providing the following information: Full name, age if under 18, English proficiency, previous acting experience if any.

Please prepare to deliver 2 separate monologues, from one modern and one classical text. Due to the current situation we only have limited space available at the venue, so get your applications in early to ensure you get a place!

Cheers from ETL

Philoctetes – Closing Night

We regret to inform you that we will be postponing this event to a later date due to COVID-19. More inormation is available here.

 

Get your tickets here!

ETL’s next production is Sophocles’ Philoctetes, an ancient Greek tragedy newly adapted and with an original musical score.

A famed archer, Philoctetes, set out against Troy with Achilles and the other Greek heroes but was bit on the foot by a snake along the way. The wound festered and stank, and Philoctetes screamed in pain so hideously that the fleet abandoned him on Lemnos, a desert island. Philoctetes survived on whatever he could shoot with his magical bow, the one he inherited from his friend Heracles.

Ten years later, the Greeks learn through prophecy that Philoctetes and his bow are needed against Troy, and a plot is hatched to get him back.

After years of solitude, neglect and suffering, what kind of man is Philoctetes now? Will he rejoin the army that betrayed him so ruthlessly?

A play about lies, empathy, and the conflicting demands of heroism, Philoctetes asks us to what extent we are willing to acknowledge another person’s pain. Language can ruin, especially when someone refuses to be “one of us”—but can it also heal?

Get your tickets here!

Philoctetes

We regret to inform you that we will be postponing this event to a later date due to COVID-19. More inormation is available here.

 

Get your tickets here!

ETL’s next production is Sophocles’ Philoctetes, an ancient Greek tragedy newly adapted and with an original musical score.

A famed archer, Philoctetes, set out against Troy with Achilles and the other Greek heroes but was bit on the foot by a snake along the way. The wound festered and stank, and Philoctetes screamed in pain so hideously that the fleet abandoned him on Lemnos, a desert island. Philoctetes survived on whatever he could shoot with his magical bow, the one he inherited from his friend Heracles.

Ten years later, the Greeks learn through prophecy that Philoctetes and his bow are needed against Troy, and a plot is hatched to get him back.

After years of solitude, neglect and suffering, what kind of man is Philoctetes now? Will he rejoin the army that betrayed him so ruthlessly?

A play about lies, empathy, and the conflicting demands of heroism, Philoctetes asks us to what extent we are willing to acknowledge another person’s pain. Language can ruin, especially when someone refuses to be “one of us”—but can it also heal?

Get your tickets here!

Philoctetes

Get your tickets here!

ETL’s next production is Sophocles’ Philoctetes, an ancient Greek tragedy newly adapted and with an original musical score.

A famed archer, Philoctetes, set out against Troy with Achilles and the other Greek heroes but was bit on the foot by a snake along the way. The wound festered and stank, and Philoctetes screamed in pain so hideously that the fleet abandoned him on Lemnos, a desert island. Philoctetes survived on whatever he could shoot with his magical bow, the one he inherited from his friend Heracles.

Ten years later, the Greeks learn through prophecy that Philoctetes and his bow are needed against Troy, and a plot is hatched to get him back.

After years of solitude, neglect and suffering, what kind of man is Philoctetes now? Will he rejoin the army that betrayed him so ruthlessly?

A play about lies, empathy, and the conflicting demands of heroism, Philoctetes asks us to what extent we are willing to acknowledge another person’s pain. Language can ruin, especially when someone refuses to be “one of us”—but can it also heal?

Get your tickets here!

Philoctetes

Get your tickets here!

ETL’s next production is Sophocles’ Philoctetes, an ancient Greek tragedy newly adapted and with an original musical score.

A famed archer, Philoctetes, set out against Troy with Achilles and the other Greek heroes but was bit on the foot by a snake along the way. The wound festered and stank, and Philoctetes screamed in pain so hideously that the fleet abandoned him on Lemnos, a desert island. Philoctetes survived on whatever he could shoot with his magical bow, the one he inherited from his friend Heracles.

Ten years later, the Greeks learn through prophecy that Philoctetes and his bow are needed against Troy, and a plot is hatched to get him back.

After years of solitude, neglect and suffering, what kind of man is Philoctetes now? Will he rejoin the army that betrayed him so ruthlessly?

A play about lies, empathy, and the conflicting demands of heroism, Philoctetes asks us to what extent we are willing to acknowledge another person’s pain. Language can ruin, especially when someone refuses to be “one of us”—but can it also heal?

Get your tickets here!

Philoctetes – Premiere

Get your tickets here!

ETL’s next production is Sophocles’ Philoctetes, an ancient Greek tragedy newly adapted and with an original musical score.

A famed archer, Philoctetes, set out against Troy with Achilles and the other Greek heroes but was bit on the foot by a snake along the way. The wound festered and stank, and Philoctetes screamed in pain so hideously that the fleet abandoned him on Lemnos, a desert island. Philoctetes survived on whatever he could shoot with his magical bow, the one he inherited from his friend Heracles.

Ten years later, the Greeks learn through prophecy that Philoctetes and his bow are needed against Troy, and a plot is hatched to get him back.

After years of solitude, neglect and suffering, what kind of man is Philoctetes now? Will he rejoin the army that betrayed him so ruthlessly?

A play about lies, empathy, and the conflicting demands of heroism, Philoctetes asks us to what extent we are willing to acknowledge another person’s pain. Language can ruin, especially when someone refuses to be “one of us”—but can it also heal?

Get your tickets here!