Better late than never! It’s time to vote in the BUTT awards for the 2016-17 season.
If you have been back-stage or on-stage this season(i.e. mentioned in a programme) you are entitled to vote for your favourites using this online form until 14 September.
This season, we will be having the awards at the opening of the 2017-2018 season on 17 September at Charles Bouchard’s house. Let us know whether you are coming by filling in the details at the end of the voting form above.
If you spot any mistakes in the voting form, please let me know at email@example.com but note that I’ll be travelling a lot in the coming weeks, so you may not get an immediate response.
The Brussels Shakespeare Society presents William Shakespeare’s Troilus And Cressida directed by Stephen Challens.
Venue:Warehouse Studio Theatre, Rue Waelhem 69a, 1030 Schaerbeek, Brussels
Performance dates 19th-23rd, 27th-30th of September.
Warehouse Studio Theatre
dir. Tim Myers
Two tramps, Vladimir and Estragon, wait by an empty roadside passing the time in expectation of the mysterious never-seen Godot. They struggle -as we all do – to discover some kind of certainty. If they fail, do they do so any less nobly than Hamlet or Lear? Should we care about them any less because they are two tramps, not kings or princes?
Beckett described Godot as a tragicomedy, and the ‘comedy’ part of that is important. If Life is absurd, its absurdity is funny as much as moving. The play’s various styles swing wildly between farce, tragedy, moments of poetic beauty and of rude vulgarity – Waiting for Godot is intensely and recognisably human.
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