We are rehearsing again :-)
Photos by Ralf Eppink (Sept. 2021)
Dramatised Readings - 'Long Live The Short Story!"
Performed by: Richard Court, Margot Erbslöh, Susanne Monnerjahn, Phil New, Trish Osmond, Marc-Oliver Teschke and Priscilla Wittman-Meyer
On the piano: Joel Handley
Photos taken at Theater BIS, Mönchengladbach
'Blithe Spirit' by Noel Coward
Performed by: Andrew Charlwood, Margot Erbslöh, Susanne Monnerjahn, Phil New, Trish Osmond, Priscilla Wittman-Meyer and Qiao Zhang
Photos taken at Theater BIS, Mönchengladbach and Die Säule, Duisburg
George Eliot Photo Shooting
with special thanks to the Count von Spee for letting us use the grounds of Schloss Heltorf
Photos: Karlheinz Mauermann
Szenische Krimilesung von Robert Fuhrs "Einer von 10"
am 20.9.2019 in der komplett ausverkauften Stageschool Salomon Academy am Capitoltheater Düsseldorf
Mit: Uwe Bentz, Carola Lübbe, Susanne Monnerjahn, Phil New und Frank Weber
Buchadaptation und Regie: Susanne Monnerjahn
Fotos: Ralf Eppink
Literature Evening - Scenes from George Eliot's 'Scenes of Clerical Life'
As part of the world-wide celebrations of the bicentenary of the great novelist’s birth, and thanks to a unique cooperation of the VHS Düsseldorf, the English Speakers‘ Circle, the George Eliot Fellowship (UK) and our theatre group, an entertaining evening of dramatised readings of selected extracts from George Eliot’s first published and ground-breaking fiction, `Scenes of Clerical Life ´(1857) was organised at the sold-out VHS Düsseldorf.
Introductions by English writer Bob Muscutt placed each extract in context in the respective story, and provided interesting background knowledge on George Eliot's life.
For additional events, please see www.georgeeliot2019.com.
George Eliot Voice-over
It was a pleasure and an honour for some of our actors to voice-record, together with English writer Bob Muscutt, various excerpts from George Eliot's diary and letters written during her sojourn in Weimar in 1854. We all immensely enjoyed revisiting the works of this fascinating writer.
For more information and a listen-in, please go to www.george-eliot-in-weimar.blogspot.com.