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You are now reading the “old” FEATS home page

The FEATS Web site has been updated. click here for the new home page.

This page has been left for reference purposes during a transitional period. It will not be updated, and will be removed in due course.

Are you friends with FEATS on Facebook?

 FEATs on FacebookFEATS The Hague becomes the FEATS official Facebook page.

For several years a number of FEATS Facebook groups have been created, mostly to follow a particular festival. Now, the decision has been taken to maintain a perennial group that will continue from one year to the next. The FEATS steering committee, meeting in Luxembourg yesterday, gave its approval to this joint initiative of AATG and NWTC.

FEATS The Hague therefore becomes simply FEATS, and the organisers of FEATS 2014 in Luxembourg are now playing a role in administering it. Future host groups will be encouraged to take it over in their turn.

So if you’re a Facebook user, follow the link above and discover a new way to follow FEATS news. And perhaps also contribute.

FEATS goes to Luxembourg

FEATS 2014,
 6-9 June 2014

FEATS 2013 is over, but FEATS 2014 isn’t far behind.

It takes place in Luxembourg, not far from Luxembourg city centre, from 6 to 9 June 2014, and preparations have begun already. The  FEATS 2014 Web site is now live and, although it is still under development, information will be added as it becomes known and reasonably firm.

Memories of the FEATS skit 2013

Koninklijke Schouwburg,
 The HagueThe FEATS skit, performed as part of the fringe on the last day of the festival, has now become a tradition. The script and slideshow presentation used in the 2013 skit have been preserved for posterity, and may be downloaded from the Web. Beware: the slideshow is a huge file.

Results 2013

The trophies for FEATS 2013 were awarded as follows:

  • First place: ATC with 27 Wagons Full of Cotton by Tennessee Williams
  • Second place: Hamburg Players with For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls by Christopher Durang
  • Third place: Stockholm Players with Boy Meets Girl by Sam Wolfson
  • Best actor: Andrew Carey-Yard, NEAT, in The Event by John Clancy
  • Best actress: Amanda Lee, Hamburg Players, in For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls by Christopher Durang
  • Best stage presentation: Stockholm Players with Boy Meets Girl by Sam Wolfson
  • Best original script: Black Horse by Bruno Sousa (ESOC)
  • Discretionary award: Gwen Czajkowska, Village Players, for her non-speaking role in The Stronger by August Strindberg
  • Stage management: ESOC, for Black Horse by Bruno Sousa

See the FEATS database for complete results since 1976.