(19.00 – 19.45)
LYCÉE MICHEL RODANGE
The Internet Is So Distract … Oh Look! A Kitten by Ian McWethy
Directors: Elizabeth Heiter & Tony Kingston Running Time: 45 minutes
The Lycée Michel Rodange English Drama Option is proud to celebrate it's 10th Anniversary by opening FEST 2022. When Micha needs to finish her essay on the “Great Gatsby” she decides to consult the internet and ends up in a rabbit hole unlike any other. Can she find the information she needs, or will she fall victim to the all-controlling “Google”! A comical & satirical look at the online world in which we all live.
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL LUXEMBOURG (ISL)
Monsters by Niklas Rådström (translated by Gabriella Berggren)
Director: Jason Hudson Running Time 40 minutes
"None of this should ever have happened. Somebody should have given us a different life."
Two ten-year-olds are brought in for questioning. A third boy has gone missing. The investigator is gentle. The boys begin to talk. 1993. A play about the killing of James Bulger, stripped to the bone and faithful to the facts.
EUROPEAN SCHOOL MAMER
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly Sister A Comedy by Siân Lewis.
Director: Gina Millington Running time: 40 minutes
"A retired evil witch discovers her mirror has been lying to her for years - she's not the fairest of them all. She decides to get her revenge on everyone fairer than her- which is everyone."
LËNSTER LYCÉE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Treasure Island, revisited devised by the cast
Running time: 40/45 Minutes Teacher: Sarah Lippert
Some of the most notorious pirates in history were women: Mary Read, Anne Bonny, Grace O‘Malley… A fact that Robert Louis Stevenson simply „forgot“ to mention in his novel.
Finally the LLIS Theatre Project reveals the true identity of Treasure Island‘s most popular pirate: Long Jane Silver…
LYCÉE EDWARD STEICHEN, CLERVAUX
3 Short Comedies: “The Passport Office”, “The Bus Stop” & “The Adventures of Climate Man”
Directors: Benjamin Dobbler & Tony Kingston Running Time: 30 minutes
Can a strange man convince an official to give him an English passport? Can a bank robber get the bus home without interruption? And can “Climate Man” save the world from environmental disaster? Find out in these 3 short comedy plays!
LYCÉE DES ARTS ET MÉTIERS
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare
Directors: Jenny Schank & Mike Goergen Running Time 40 minutes
Four confused lovers. A group of rowdy workmen putting on a play. A quarrelling fairy king and queen. All in the same forest. What could possibly go wrong…?
Everything of course!
So come and find out what a magical flower and a donkey head have to do with love, jealousy and revenge! We invite you to enjoy some of the most iconic scenes of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and hopefully you’ll leave the performance with the bard’s words on your lips:
‘I have had a most rare vision.’
(19.00 – 19.40)
EUROPEAN SCHOOL KIRCHBERG
Dark Road by Laura Lundgren Smith
Director; Tony Kingston Running Length 40 mins
1946 On the eve of her execution for war crimes at Ravensbrück Concentration camp, Greta is persuaded by a journalist to retrace the steps which led her to give her life to the Nazi cause. “With every light there is a shadow. I am yours.”
SAINT GEORGE’S INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Don’t Look Now devised and written by the performers
Director: Clare Williams Running time: 45 minutes
If only finding that perfect person to couple up with was simple. "Don't Look Now" is a play that explores the pitfalls of modern courtship. Set against the backdrop of a contemporary nightclub, where drink, dance, and drugs fuel new relationships with promising futures. In a story about love, death, and betrayal, friendships are put to the test when a fatal accident on a night out makes them question moral parts of themselves, they didn't know they had.
LYCÉE CLASSIQUE DE DIEKIRCH
11 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview a comedy by Ian McWethy
Teachers: Nathalie Bintner & Tony Kingston Running Time: 40 minutes
Two college interviewers need to find one more student to make up their quota of admissions for the year. So, they look through the waiting list for possible candidates – after all, just how bad can they be?