The magnetic and mysterious Hedda Gabler, stifled by society’s conventions, has captivated audiences since she sprang from Ibsen’s imagination in 1890. Her perplexing machinations find the perfect home in Washington, D.C.’s politically-charged Georgetown of 1963 in this new adaptation by Iceman Cometh director Michael Avolio.
QTC favorites Jane Squier Bruns as Lettice and Leah Mazade as Lotte will delight you in Peter Shaffer’s comedy about the most eccentric tour guide ever to lead lackadaisical visitors through one of England’s dullest stately homes. Lettice’s theatrical embellishments of its historical past ultimately lead her to a confrontation with the stoic and conventional Lotte, an inspector from the Preservation Trust.
It is the off-season at a coastal chipper north of Dublin as three young men recall recent events including a false accusation, a career embarrassment, and a bold act of retribution. McPherson’s early jewel combines the drama, comedy, and quotidian details which provide the audience with his deep insight into the human condition. “...No sound is dissonant which tells of life.” - Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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...for the growing good of the world is partly dependent on unhistoric acts; and that things are not so ill with you and me as they might have been is half owing to the number who lived faithfully a hidden life, and rest in unvisited tombs. -- George Elliot Middlemarch