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ATC Improv Nights (8-10 June, 2018)

ATC and The Ghost Sheep are thrilled to offer the Brussels hip-crowd (that’s you!), three consecutive nights of improvised comedy, drama, music, and more!
Each evening will feature a different long-form format, with guest improvisers and musicians playing along with our studly Ghost Sheepers. Guest musical maestros include Ingmar from Ghent, Tom from Leuven, and Stefan from Mainz, Germany. These evenings will not be complete without you and your suggestions, blurted from the audience, for our players to weave into stories and scenes that will enlighten and entertain.
8, 9, & 10 June at 20:00, at the Warehouse Studio Theatre, rue Waelhem 69A, 1030 Schaerbeek

ATC: A Streetcar Named Desire (5-9 March 2019)

The ATC is proud to announce its March 2019 mainstage production of Tennessee Williams’ timeless classic, directed by Carrie Ellwanger.

Her family estate lost to creditors, Blanche DuBois arrives at the New Orleans tenement home of her sister and brother-in-law, Stella and Stanley Kowalskiigniting a contest of wills, with Blanche and Stanley vying for Stella’s allegiance.

Get your tickets today!

Venue: Centre Culturel Jacques Franck – Chaussée de Waterloo 94 – Saint Gilles

When: Tuesday, March 5 – Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 8:00 pm

“I don’t believe in ‘original sin.’ I don’t believe in ‘guilt.’ I don’t believe in villains or heroes — only right or wrong ways that individuals have taken, not by choice but by necessity or by still-uncomprehended influences in themselves, their circumstances, and their antecedents.”  –Tennessee Williams

This amateur production of “A Streetcar Named Desire” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD. Photo from the Charles L. Franck Studio Collection at The Historic New Orleans Collection.

The ATC will hold auditions on Wed. 30 Jan., Tues. 5 Feb., and Thurs. 7 Feb., at 7.30 pm, at the Warehouse Studio Theatre, ​rue Waelhem 73, 1030 Schaerbeek.

Named one of the Guardian’s 2018 Top Picks of the Edinburgh Fringe, The Providence of Neighboring Bodies, by up-and-coming playwright Jean Ann Douglass, is a dark comedy about female friendship and the danger of lingering prejudices. It’s also about beer and balconies. And beavers.
Performance dates are 14 – 18 May, 2019 at the Warehouse Studio Theatre.

Ronnie: female
Dora: female
Jane: female, a beaver

All 3 characters are approximately 25-40 years old. The time is now-ish, and the play is set in North Providence, Rhode Island.

If you wish to audition, please contact director Rebecca Castermans at Please indicate which role you wish to audition for, and which day.