Irish Theatre Group

ITG: She Stoops to Conquer (27-31 Mar 2012)

 

She Stoops To Conquer
by Oliver Goldsmith
Directed by Liz Merrill

27-31, March 2012
Palais des Beaux-Arts Studio Theatre

ITG asbl is proud to announce She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith will be presented 27-31, March 2012 at Palais des Beaux-Arts Studio Theatre.
She Stoops to Conquer is considered one of the best plays of all time. It has been called by many the precursor to the modern comedy. It is a rollicking story of mistaken identities, petty thievery, and delightful deceptions. Two young gentlemen are trying to find their way to the house of a man who has a lovely daughter to whom one of them is a proposed husband. They are told that they are hopelessly lost by the son of the house in one of his grand practical jokes. He gives them directions to an ?nnwhich is actually, unbeknownst to them, their real destination. The deception works perfectly and that is just the beginning.
 

 

 

Cast

Liz  Ross

Mrs. Hardcastle

Brian  Hartnett

Mr. Hardcastle

Kevin  O’Connor

Tony Lumpkin

Hilary  Barry

Miss Hardcastle

Linda  Donnelly

Miss Neville

Graham  Andrews

Landlord/servant

Shane  Griffin

Reveler/Roger

Laura  Smith

Reveler/Dimple

Rory  Harvey-Kelly

Reveler/Diggory

Noel  Griffin

Marlow 

Hugo  de Chassiron

Hastings

Julian  Oliver

Charles Marlow 

 

 

Crew

Liz  Merrill

Director 

Linda  Donnelly

Producers

Liz  Merrill

Producers

Noel  Griffin

Producers

Csaba  Bartos

Stage Manager

Róisín  Dore

Set Design

Kevin  Brennan

Set construction 

Csaba  Bartos

Set construction 

Louise  Lang

Set construction 

Ann  Smith

Set construction 

Ben  Zaczek

Set construction 

Carsten  Koester

Lights

Eamon  Mchugh

Sound

Katy  Campalani

Rehearsal SM

Meg  Chang

Props

Montse  Aramendia Periz 

Make-up

Mary  Munroe

Costumes 

Montse  Aramendia Periz 

Costumes 

Michel  Didier 

Artwork/Publicity material 

Conrad  Toft

Special thanks to

Louise  Lang

Special thanks to

Liam  O’Luanaigh

Special thanks to

ETC: Becket (24-28 April 2012)

 ETCetera proudly presents Jean Anouilh’s “Becket” directed by Catriona White.

 

This historic play examines the troubled relationship between King Henry II of England and Thomas Becket, the friend whom he appoints first Chancellor of England, and later Archbishop of Canterbury. This dramatic version of events deals with the growing rift between them, leading ultimately to Becket’s violent death in his Cathedral. It deals with themes of conquest and colonialism, the struggle between Church and State, but above all questions of friendship, faith and honour.

 

Set in both France and Norman England, it will be performed part in French part in English, with translation on surtitles in both languages.

                           

Théâtre Scarabaeus, rue Creuse/Hollestraat 19, 1030 Brussels

Date : 24–28 April/avril; 20.00

Tickets: 15€ (Groups 5+/Members: 13€) Tel.: 0492 641 660

 

www.europeantheatreclub.eu

 

 

Cast

Thibaut  Baisipont

Thomas Becket

Marc  Leotard

King Henry II

Tony  Dempsey

Gilbert Folliot Bishop of London

Graham  Andrews

Archbishop of York

Peter  Willis

Archbishop of Canterbury

Abigaël  Desart

Henry’s Queen

Claudia  Parascandolo

Queen Mother

Clément  Dintilhac

Prince Henry

Hugh  Murphy

Prince 2

Kevin  Murphy

Little Monk

Katie  Carroll

Baron

Graham  Andrews

Baron

Ed  Bray

Baron

Tony  Dempsey

Baron

Peter  Willis

Baron

Gaëtan  Magrin

Attendant

Hugh  Murphy

Page

Gaëtan  Magrin

Priest

Gaëtan  Magrin

Monk

Marc  Dispas

Monk

Peter  Willis

Monk

Brian  Holland

Saxon Peasant

Robynn  Colwell

Saxon Girl

Gaëtan  Magrin

Saxon Boy

Brian  Holland

le Roi de France

Marc  Dispas

le Supérieur

Jonathan  Stockwell

le Prêtre

Marc  Dispas

Le Baron Francais

Clément  Dintilhac

L’Enfant du Chœur

Robynn  Colwell

La Fille

Eduardo  Aladro

Pope

Jonathan  Stockwell

Cardinal

 

 

Crew

Catriona  White

Director / Metteur en scène

 

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Peter  Willis

Producer / Producteur

Sinéad  Meehan

Producer / Producteur

Giselle  Maksoud

Stage Crew / Régie Plateau

Janet  Middleton

Stage Crew / Régie Plateau

Boff  Muir

Stage Crew / Régie Plateau

Francis  Lanuza

Stage Crew / Régie Plateau

Sinéad  Meehan

Surtitles / surtitres

Giselle  Maksoud

Surtitles / surtitres

Marie  Brialmont

Surtitles / surtitres

Teresa  Küchler

Surtitles / surtitres

Liam  O’Luanaigh

Set / Décor

Peter  Willis

Set / Décor

Myriam  Martinez

Set / Décor

Guillermo  Lorenzo

Set / Décor

Lyn  Wainwright

Lighting / Lumières

Anna  Holmén

Lighting / Lumières

Mar  Martín

Lighting / Lumières

Victor  Giraudeau

Sound / Son

Isabelle  Baron

Props / Accessoires

Colma  O’Lunaigh

Props / Accessoires

Sinéad  Meehan

Publicity / Promotion

Peter  Willis

Publicity / Promotion

Janet  Middleton

Publicity / Promotion

Graham  Andrews

Publicity / Promotion

Meg  Chang

Artwork

Catriona  White

Costumes

Teresa  Lopez García

Assistant for costumes

Sarah  Strange

Assistant for costumes

Gemma  Santasusana

Make up / Maquillage

 

 

 

ITG: Salome (27 May 2012)

Salome
The Irish Theatre Group’s Feats entry for 2012

 

Cast

Anna Sparre

Salome

Joanna Jack

Paige

Mark Prescott

Herod

Isabel Walsh

Herodias

Karl Keenan

Tigelinus

John Doy

Syrian

Tom Rowe

Jokaanan

 

Crew

Stephen Challens

Director

Joanna Jack

Producer

Andy Ing

Stage Manager

Barbara Daw

Lighting

Rudy Schoolmeesters

Sound

John Heffernan

Crew

Louise Nugent

Crew

Sinéad Meehan

Crew

Aisling Ryan

Crew

 

 

ITG: A Dublin Bloom (13-17 Nov 2012)

A Dublin Bloom
Scarabaeus Espace Théâtrale 
13-17 November 2012
At 8am on 16th June 1904, Leopold Bloom goes out in search of kidneys for breakfast and finds immortality. Joyce’s Ulysses captures the essence of Dublin, finding the stuff of myth in the everyday. Funny, ribald, intellectual and earthy, Bolger’s A Dublin Bloom recreates Joyce’s epic for the theatre.
There is a cast of 12 – Bloom, Molly, Stephen and young Stephen (boy) play themselves throughout while the many characters who people Bloom’s day are played by 4 actors and 4 actresses – each taking on a variety of different roles – all ages required.
The play will be directed by Colma O’Luanaigh and will run from Tuesday 13 to Saturday 17 of November in the Scarabaeus Espace Théâtrale in Schaerbeek.
  
You can book tickets here.

ITG: The Importance of Being Earnest (21-25 May 2013)

 

The Irish Theatre Group are very excited to announce that the Box Office is now open for our next show, The Importance of Being Earnest, at Palais des Beaux-Arts Studio, running from Tuesday 21st to Saturday 25th May. Tickets can be purchased directly from the from the BOZAR website, by telephone (02/507.82.00) or in person.

Everyone knows (or thinks they know) Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest”. Some of the lines and situations are among the most well known in the theatre world – Lady Bracknell, Algernon, the Honourable Gwendolen Fairfax have become reference figures for artifice, style and snobbery.

Andrew McIlroy’s exciting new take on Oscar Wilde’s classic sparkles, while never losing sight of the dark satire behind the façade of comedy. While the play is certainly a glittering social comedy – it is much more; it is filled with anger, deception and a biting criticism of morals and attitudes. It’s this – this darker underbelly of a much loved classic – that the forthcoming ITG production will seek to explore. It will be fun, noisy, energetic and alternative, Wilde would hopefully have approved.

Our shows normally sell out so book early to avoid disappointment.

We look forward to seeing you there!

This production is supported by the Irish Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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