Cafe Theatre (15-17 April 2010)

The ATC is delighted to invite you to this year’s Cafe Theatre, 15-17 April at the Maison Blanche (Chaussee de St. Job 606, 1180 Uccle).

Tickets are 12 euros per person if you’d just like to see the show. However, we encourage you to have the full experience and order a fabulous meal from La Britannique caterers for only 10 additional euros.  A whole night out for only 22 euros! You can book tickets now on the ATC web site.
Meals served from 7 p.m. each night. The performances begin at 8 p.m.This year’s program:

  • Jules Feiffer’s Hold Me! — directed by Tanya Arler & performed by students from C.V.O. – K.H.N.B.
  • Fifty and Feeling Nifty — a monologue written and performed by Carrie Caunce
  • plus more insanity from our IMPROV COMEDY folks!!
This year’s Cafe Theatre is sponsored by Boston University in Brussels.
Jules Feiffer is an American cartoonist who has also written a great number of plays, screenplays, novels and children‟s books. He has won many awards, including the Pulitzer Prize.
Hold Me! was first published in New York in 1977. This sketch play, based on his comic strip with the same title, is about the confusions, identity crises and relationship issues of people who live in modern cities. The language is simple, the tone is warm, humorous, witty and at times a little sad. In short, the play is about the essence of life.