Tickets

ECC: The Father (23-27 October 2018)

ECC is proud to present The Father, written by Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton, and directed by Heli Pärna, at the Warehouse Studio Theatre from October 23-27, 2018.

What is actually going on in this flat? And who are these people coming in and out of it? And is it even his flat or is he in someone else’s home? And if so, how did he get here?

According to the author, Florian Zeller, The Father is a puzzle with a missing piece and no one ever knows which piece it is”. The protagonist, André who is living with his adult daughter Anne, is looking for people to tell him the truth in an ever changing world while trying to make sense of his environment despite the reigning chaos around him. This play is a glimpse into the world of someone with dementia – an illness that leads quite a silent existence, perhaps because many people think, and even more so, hope, that it will never affect them.

A €2 donation will be made to Alzheimer Europe Foundation from each ticket sold. You can visit their website to learn more about the work and research that they do www.alzheimer-europe.org

Tickets are €15 and are available from www.thelittleboxoffice.com/ecc

ATC: God of Carnage (8-10, 13-17 Nov 2018)

The ATC  is proud to announce:

Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage

directed by Andrew Johnson.

November 8, 9,10
November 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Warehouse Studio Theater
rue Waelhem 69A
1030 Schaerbeek.
Curtain at 8:00 pm

Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage invites us to an evening get-together of two couples who have agreed to discuss a playground incident between their twelve-year-old children. Alan’s and Annette’s son has struck Michael’s and Veronica’s son in the face with a stick, and the four of them have decided that the civil thing to do is resolve it amicably like adults. But as the night wears on and drinks are imbibed, the polite veneer breaks down.

This high-energy farce casts a side-long glance at the masks of social courtesy we wear and takes a healthy and hilarious look at the darker stuff lurking beneath. Could it be we aren’t as civilized as we think we are?