Quotidian Theatre Opens 15th Anniversary Season with THE DEAD, 11/16-12/16
Additionally, Quotidian will host a complimentary celebration of the company's 15th anniversary at 2pm on Saturday, November 24. The afternoon will include a reading of Joyce's story by Steve LaRocque, song selections from the show, and a performance by the New Century American Irish-Arts Company. Light refreshments will be served.
Quotidian Theatre Company presents James Joyce's The Dead by Richard Nelson and Shawn Davey. Quotidian's first musical begins the company's 15th Anniversary Season, running November 16 - December 16. Directed by Jack Sbarbori with Musical Direction by Valerie Higgs and featuring renowned opera and cabaret vocalist Janice Hall as Gretta Conroy and Steve Beall as Gabriel Conroy, with Eric Abalahin, Peter Brice, Felicity Brown, Don Bruns, Jane Squier Bruns, David Dubov, Sarah Foard, Valerie Higgs, Mary Beth Luckenbaugh, Vanessa Kinzey, Malinda Markland, Leah Mazade, Carolyn Myers, Lou Pangaro, Barbara Scheide, Tom Zebovitz, and Timothy Aaron Ziese.
Tickets are $30, or $25 for students or seniors, paid for at the door by cash or check. Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm, with one added 2pm performance on Saturday, Dec 15. Complimentary 15th Anniversary Celebration: Saturday, November 24 at 2pm.
All performances are held at The Writer's Center: 4508 Walsh Street, Bethesda, MD 20815. There is ample parking across the street (free on weekends), and the theatre is just five blocks from the Bethesda Metro Station on the red line.
Call 301.816.1023 or email email@example.com for reservations or further information.
Our mission at Quotidian Theatre Company is to find truth and beauty in the everyday, presenting plays in an understated, impressionistic style. This is a theatre that doesn't rely on special effects; just piercingly truthful acting and no-frills storytelling about the poetry of everyday life. By providing realistic situations and dialogue, Quotidian lets audiences witness events as if over a backyard fence or through an Open Window, thus illuminating the depth and dignity of ordinary human experience. Est. 1998 in Bethesda, MD.