2011-2012

The 2011-2012 Season

BATS: Amadeus (19-22 Oct 2011)

 

 

Cast

Glenn Vaughan

Antonio Salieri

Tom De Beckker

Amadeus

Saskia Van Nuffelen

Constanze Weber 

Inge Hödl

Venticella 1

Annelies Lightband

Venticella 2

David Steen

Emperor Joseph

Adrian Veale

Count Orsini-Rosenberg

Peter Muller

Von Strack 

Peter Martin

Baron Van Swieten 


Crew

Robert Meyvisch

Director

Jill Franks

Assistant director

Inge Hödl

Producer

Ilbige Cigdem Arik

Stage manager

Laurent Dziubas

Stage crew 

Trix Van der Have

Stage crew 

Pol Van Rymenant

Sound 

Sven Mazet

Lights 

Ian Bennett

Set 

Jef De Boeck

Set 

Bob Lagdon

Set 

Frank Mahieu

Set 

Trix Van der Have

Set 

Anna Vankerckhoven

Props 

Liz Van Dessel

Costumes 

Jill Barnard

Front of house 

Jill Franks

Front of house 

Magda Lockefeer

Front of house 

Valerie Mott

Front of house 

Zoë Van ’t Hof

Front of house 

Dries Verbeke

Front of house 

Inge Massaert

Box-office 

Inge Hödl

Programme 

Dermod O’Reilly

Transport 

 

 

Swan: Bonnie and Clyde (28-29 Oct 2011)

 ECC hosts Swan Theatre Bedford 

Bonnie and Clyde   

 

The English Comedy Club continues its successful exchange with an English amateur dramatics society, Swan Theatre Bedford. Swan has brought high-quality productions to Brussels for the past several years. 

 

23rd May 1934, an old barn in a southern State of America -two of the most wanted people in the US are seeing out their last few hours, showing their love for each other, laughing at their past life are fearful for what is to come. 

 

The writer, Adam Peck, has put aside the glamour and glorification of previous renditions of the story of Bonnie and Clyde and has got inside the people in this intimate work. 

 

 

 

Cast

Harri Mardlin

Bonnie Parker

Alex Levene

Clyde Barrow

 

 

 

Crew

Rae Levene

Director

Tim Matthews

Lighting design

Charlie Malt

Lighting

Phil Mardlin

Sound

Jodie Guttrich

Accent Coach

Julie Blunt

Front of House

 

ITG: The Seafarer (15-19 Nov 2011)

The Seafarer

The Irish Theatre Group asbl presents Conor McPherson’s darkly comic faustian fable The Seafarer in the Warehouse Theatre on June 20th at 20.00.The production will take place from 15-19 November. 

Christmas Eve finds middle-aged Sharky Harkin trying to stay off the drink while tending to the needs and whims of his overbearing, know-it-all, older brother Richard (who has recently gone blind). Joining them is their hapless friend Nicky who’s taking refuge from an evening of Christmas cheer with Richard, while anticipating the wrath of his wife. Family tensions rise as Sharky finds himself hosting a game of poker which includes his love rival, the irritating Nicky, as well as the mysterious Mr. Lockhart. As alcohol takes hold old wounds are reopened and the mysterious stranger reveals himself to be more than just an affable guest in search of a Christmas card game. 

Due to the phenomenal demand we have completely sold out already. We are also no longer maintaining a waiting list.

To all those who wanted to get a ticket but didn’t we are sorry that we could not accommodate you.  We do hope you will come join us for our next show She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith which will run in March 2012 at Palais des Beaux-Arts Studio Theatre.

To keep up to date with future productions by the ITG keep an eye on our website or join our mailing list. eepurl.com/gDHtn (can you make ‘mailing list’ link to this page? 

 

Cast

Robert Murphy

Sharky

David Steen

Mr Lockhart

Tony Dempsey

Richard

Killian Kehoe

Ivan

Bart van Laere

Nicky

 

Crew

Barry Reddin

Director

Lyn Wainwright

Lighting design

Alma Forsyth

Lighting

John Stanton

Stage Manager

Linda  Donnelly

Make-up

Eamon  McHugh

Producer & sound

Damian Da’Volls

Set

Ann Maria Kankaisto

Costumes

Sean Williams

Illustration

BSS: The Tempest (29 Nov – 3 Dec 2011)

 

 

 

Cast

Nick  Roche

Prospero – former Duke of Milan

Brian  Holland

Antonio – brother and present Duke

Ignace  de Volder

Alonso – King of Naples

Stephen  Sadler

Sebastian – Alonso’s brother

Erik  Maes

Gonzalo – Alonso’s Councillor

Yorgos  Filippakis

Adrian – Junior Councillior

Joanna  Britton

Miranda – Prospero’s daughter

John  Baldwin

Ariel – Spirit in Prospero’s service

Letizia  Trunfio

Ariel – Spirit in Prospero’s service

Patrick  Stephenson

Caliban – Prospero’s servant

Noel  Griffin

Stephano – Alonso’s butler

Charif  Wehbe

Trinculo – Jester to Alonso’s court

James  Candon

Boatswain

Ruth  Ivory

Iris / Island Spirit

Ticki  Clark

Ceres / Island Spirit

Kate  Davies

Juno / Island Spirit

Mirco  Visconti

Island Spirit

David  Hansel

Island Spirit

Sabrina  Lambert

Island Spirit

Grace  Revill

Island Spirit

Holly  Wells

Island Spirit

 

Crew

Deborah  Griffith

Chair BSS

Jonanthan  Brenton

Patron BSS (UK Ambassador)

Isabelle  de Roover

Musical Director

Amandine  Folie

Flute

Angélique  Speelman

Guitar

Jérôme  Swales

Percussion

Clément  Vandekerckhove

Violin

Matilda  Zuliani

Cello

Tim  Myers

Director

Marta  Felu-Sendra

Producer

Carsten  Koester

Lighting

Barbara  Daw

Lighting Assistant

Harold  George

Choreography

Carmen  Ortigosa

Hanging Stage-Cloths created by

Concepción  Ortigosa

Hanging Stage-Cloths created by

Isabel  Calder

Set Design

Tim  Myers

Set Design

Frances  Calder

Prospero’s Cell’ front cloth

Gaëlle  Brée

Ariel Costumes designed & made by

Gaëlle  Brée

Spirit Costumes to Gaëlle Brée design made by Mulieris asbl

Frances  Calder

Iris, Ceres, Juno Costumes

Marie-Claire  Mampuya

Iris, Ceres, Juno Costumes

Gaëlle  Brée

Iris, Ceres, Juno Costumes

Barbara  Campbell

Additional Costumes

Juan  Carlos Salazar

& ”Make Up For Ever”

David  Millar

Music Rehearsal Director

Philip  Deeks

Set Construction

Csabo  Bartos

Stage Manager

Roman  Quennery

Sound

Boff  Muir

Assistant Stage Manager

Tom  de With

Bronks Theater Technical Director

 

 

ECC: Families aren’t just for Christmas (6-10 Dec 2011)

 

This Christmas the ECC is offering its audience a mix of something old and something new: a mix of contemporary pieces by local authors Martin Westlake, Graham Andrews, Carrie Caunce and Conrad Toft together with some classic readings from Hans Christian Andersen, O. Henry, Sir Walter Scott and others.
There is an impressive cast, with actors old and new including Alma Forsyth, Sara Hammerton, Jenny Howard, John Howard, Janet Middleton, Rory Harvey-Kelly, Cherise Silvestri, Conrad Toft, Marion Tomkins and Richard Wells.
Together, they will take you on a journey from a 17th century Christmas, through the turn of the last century, tales of a dying parent, a first Christmas together, marital pleasure and pain and finally a trip into the future to see what Christmas might look like a hundred years from now.

 

Cast

Pat Butler

Maria (They Don’t Make Christmas Like They Used to)

Rory Harvey-Kelly

Jonathan (They Don’t Make Christmas Like They Used to)

Fionn Murray-O’Halpin

Timmy (They Don’t Make Christmas Like They Used to)

Alma Forsyth

Reader (The Gift of the Magi)

Sara Hammerton

Jenny (Countdown)

Conrad Toft

Jim (Countdown)

Jenny Howard

Reader (Christmas in India)

John Howard

Martin (A Cup of Tea / Christmas Dinner / Fish and Chips)

Cherise Silvestri

A Holly Jolly Christmas

Marion Tomkins

Reader (The Little Match Seller)

Richard Wells

Reader (A Visit from Saint Nicholas)

 

 

Crew

Marie Horner

Director (They Don’t Make Christmas Like They Used to)

Graham Andrews

Author (They Don’t Make Christmas Like They Used to)

Carrie Caunce

Author (A Holly Jolly Christmas)

Conrad Toft

Author (Countdown)

Martin Westlake

Author (A Cup of Tea / Christmas Dinner / Fish and Chips)

Sue Botterell

Stage Manager

Martin Kirk

Lights/sound

Janet Middleton

Front of House

Conrad Toft

Producer, box office, design