The Warehouse Studio Theatre
Tartuffe: A New American Satire is an original adaptation of Molière’s masterful play about hypocrisy. It is written by Jake Brandman, directed by Jeremy Zeegers and produced by the American Theatre Company.
This romp of a comedy will be performed in September 2016 during the heat of the American presidential election. Any similarity with current events is attributable to the genius of Molière and the enduring nature of human flaws.
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Saturday 15th October Sold Out. Get your tickets for the remaining nights while you still can!
The ITG is bringing you two of Brian Friel’s one-act plays; very different in their content, style and approach but clearly from the pen of the same writer. Demonstrating Friel’s recurring interest in how we try to reinvent ourselves and the convenient lies we tell to the world around us.
One ‘after Chekhov’, the other ‘after Macklin’ and now sadly, one year on from his death, ‘After Friel’.
The London Vertigo, an 18th century farce by Charles Macklin, but now stripped down to its hilarious essentials, and ‘Afterplay’, an extension to the lives of two characters from two different Chekhov plays who meet 20 years after their dramatic embodiments left the stage.
The London Vertigo was our entry to FEATS 2016 where it picked up three awards: Best Production, Best Stage Presentation, and Best Actor
From Tuesday 11th to Saturday 15th October at 20:00
The Warehouse Studio Theatre
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24 to 29th of October
The Brussels Shakespeare Society presents Coriolanus, directed by Charles Bouchard, presented at:
Petit Théâtre Mercelis, rue Mercelis 13, 1050 Ixelles
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from 24 to 29th of October at 8 pm, with a matinée at 2 pm on the 29th.
Tickets available here.
The ECC presents The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol, adapted by Tim Myers and directed by Anna Holmen.
Performances take place on 9-12 and 16-19 November 2016 at 20:00 at the Warehouse Studio Theatre.
Tickets cost €15 from http://thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc
A Christmas Carol – the Musical
De Kam, Wezembeek-Oppem
24 – 27 November 2016 at the Auderghem Cultural Centre Theatre
Based on the classic by Charles Dickens, written in 1843, Alan Menken’s musical version of the story is true to the original. Grumpy miserly Ebenezer Scrooge will have nothing to do with Christmas as everybody else in London is preparing to celebrate. His late partner, the equally miserly Jacob Marley, appears to him as a mournful ghost and foretells of the visit of three ghosts who will try to reform Scrooge so that he doesn’t end up like Marley. Once shown the error of his ways, Scrooge finally realises that the future ahead is not one he wants and he makes amends. It’s a ghost story about redemption.
Box office already open at http://www.bloc-brussels.com/index.php/tickets.