ETCetera is putting on 2 plays loosely based on Grimm’s fairy tales in the last week of October 2017; theatre Le Foyer (upstairs at Centre Culturel d’Auderghem): please note these plays are not for children!
- Snow: a play in 3 short acts, with parts in English, German, and possibly Spanish: Director: Diana Cardona Gomez
- Etre le loup: in French: Director Christine Marchand .
We are holding auditions for both plays on Wed 19th April at 20.00 and Saturday 22nd April at 11.00. Address: 81 boulevard Louis Schmidt, 1040 Brussels
Please let us know by mail if you are interested, and to which audition you can come; if you are interested but cannot come to either audition, please let us know and we will find another opportunity to meet.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Peter Willis at 0475 420 647
The ECC announces auditions for …
Something a little different
Life Reflected will be an evening of poetry readings, devised and staged by Malinda Coleman. The poems chosen will revolve around big life themes, and will include both old favourites and new discoveries.
Malinda would ideally like six readers: three couples of three age-groups: young (20s-30s) adults, middle-aged, and the pre-old … Everyone auditioning is invited to bring along a favourite shortish poem, but this is not obligatory.
Auditions will take place at the Warehouse on 20 & 22 June at 19.30; and 25 June at 14.00.
Performances within the period November 5 -18 2017 (possibly not the full 5 performances per week).
For further information about this project, you can e-mail Malinda at email@example.com
Auditions for Snow White
(Onstage – CC Auderghem, 16-21 January 2018)
Chorus auditions are coming! They will be held from 11-12:30 pm on Sunday, 24 September at the Warehouse Studio Theatre (Rue Waelhem 69a, 1030 Brussels) in the bar room.
If you would like to come along, you can help us by filling in this audition form online
Hope to see lots of you at the auditions!
If you are unable to attend the auditions, but would like to be considered, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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