Upcoming Productions

Information about 'A More Perfect Human' and auditions

Auditions will be held on Wednesday 12 January at 20:00 and Sunday 16 January at 14:00. The play will be performed in 2022 in Het Paradijs (upstairs at the Koninklijke Schouwburg in The Hague) on 22 and 23 April and then at FEATS in Luxembourg on 26-29 May. You will therefore need to make sure you're available for both of those weekends before you audition.


FEATS is an annual competition between English-speaking amateur theatrical groups resident in mainland Europe. However, in the coming year (and likely from then on), FEATS will not be competitive, and will simply be an event to enjoy each other's creations. Much less pressure!

Please visit www.feats.eu for more information.


The roles for 'A More Perfect Human' are as follows:


Main part 1: Marion Slater, female 30-55 years old

The female politician vying for the “top job”.

 

Main part 2: Natalie Smyth, female 20-40

Slater’s assistant, who’s “realistic about her idealism”.

 

Main part 3: Graeme Carter, male 30-55

The No. 10 speechwriter who is usually the cleverest person in the room.

 

Supporting 1: male 25-65

A BBC TV Breakfast Show host.

 

Supporting 2: female 25-65

A BBC TV Breakfast Show host.

All the parts would be interesting for actors looking to perform in a realistic, dramatic theatre production. If you would like to audition, please click the button below:

A More Perfect Human audition form

AATG's Annual Pantomime 2022
'Sleeping Beauty'

We have once again rescheduled the AATG panto from 2020, Sleeping Beauty, a John and Jenny Hall collaboration. The performances will be in the Warenar in Wassenaar, 11-13 March 2022.

To order a hoodie, zoodie, polo or t-shirt with the Sleeping Beauty logo on the back, please click the button below:


Shirt order form



We are pleased to announce the cast and crew will be:

The CastProductions Team Heads
Narrator - Henri ColensDirector - Jenny Hall
Princess Adora -  Elske TootSM - Nicolas Verkerk
Prince Timothy - Lucie ThomasASM - Michael Conelly
Evil Fairy Malignant - Marjolein GabelMusical Director - Imre Hartog
Fairy Twinklebum - Kyle BuijsSunday Co-ordinator - Rhoanne van den Bremer
Fairy Glitterbomb - Lorna WijmaHead Choreographer  - Lale Uribeechevarria
Fairy Starshine - Lale UribeechevarriaSet Designer - Erica Verkerk
Buttons - Tom ShoneSet Construction - The Warehouse Team
Dandini - Veronica WhiteProps co-ordinator - Eva Bűscher
King - John HallCostume Co-ordinator - Trish Nonner
Queen - Stephanie HazejagerMake-up - Emma de Moel
Admin - Catrin Cannock
Get involved!
If you don't enjoy appearing on stage, then there are other ways to be involved. In fact, the possibilities are endless! The jobs we may need help with include choreography, set building, set painting, costumes, backstage on the nights and more.

If you would like to know more or have something to offer, please contact us here and we will point you in the right direction.



Online play reading

How does it work?

  • If you’d like to take part in this play reading as a reader or silent listener, please send an e-mail to John Kearey at least two days before the reading. Please include your telephone number.
  • As host, John will e-mail, by 18:00 the day before the reading, the scripts (as PDF scans) we’ll be reading, plus the sign-on credentials for the whereby.com session, tothe participants.
  • At 20:00 on the day of the reading, the participants will sign on to the whereby.com session to take part in the play reading. If you have any questions, or if you’d like to host a future online reading of a play of your choice, please contact John Kearey.

For those wishing to join in person during the hybrid play readings, please come to Verrijn Stuartlaan 17 in Rijswijk. There is plenty of parking available and tram 17 stops nearby. It is an office building and there will be a phone number by the entrance to be let into the building. Those wishing to join online, please let us know in advance and you will be sent the script and a link via email.


After the success of our previous online play readings, we’re looking forward to hosting another interesting evening of theatre.

Everyone’s welcome to take part!


Charity Murder Mystery Dinner deferred to 2022

Due to the current status of the Coronavirus pandemic and the social distancing restrictions, we have sadly decided that the essence and  customer experience of the Murder Mystery Dinner would be so compromised that we have been forced to cancel it for this year.

But fear not! Though your little grey cells may not have the opportunity this year to challenge the MMD author in uncovering the murderer, the AATG is aiming for early 2022 for another attempt at the reunion of the renowned 80’s rock band AB/CD.


And even better news, if you were booked for the event in 2020 your ticket will automatically transfer, guaranteeing your place at this superb, fun evening. If you can't make the 2022 dates (TBA), then please contact dinnermurdermystery@gmail.com for details of how to claim a refund.

Inspector Savage apologies for the inconvenience due to the current situation, and hopes that you all stay safe.

Past Productions