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2018-19 Season Announcement
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QTC is also thrilled to announce our 2018-19 season featuring two widely different plays that nevertheless share our commitment to bring you naturalistic works about the truth and beauty in everyday “quotidian” life.
Michael Hollinger’s Ghost-writer – April 5 – 30, 2019
Directed by Laura Giannarelli
In this haunting love story novelist Franklin Woolsey dies mid-sentence, but his secretary, Myra, continues to take dictation. Attacked by skeptics–the press and Woolsey’s jealous widow–Myra sets out to prove she is more than just an artful forger. Is she trying to steal Woolsey’s legacy now that she cannot have his love, or might she truly possess a gift the world can’t understand?
Ghost-writer will be directed by Laura Giannarelli, a founding member of the highly acclaimed Washington Stage Guild. Previously at QTC, Laura directed Faith Healer and A Lesson from Aloes.
Hubert Henry Davies’ The Mollusc – July 12 – August 4, 2019
Directed by Jack Sbarbori
“You are guaranteed to leave ‘The Mollusc’ with a smile on your face and warmth in your heart,” raved DC Theatre Scene about QTC’s “spot-on” 2008 production of Davies’ Edwardian comedy of ill manners. A decade later, QTC restages one of its most popular productions about Dulcie Baxter, the “mollusc”, who has an unusual yet hilarious affliction. This delightful farce first hit the London stage in 1907.
The Mollusc will be directed by QTC Artistic Director Jack Sbarbori, who directed and designed the set for the highly-acclaimed 2008 production of the play at QTC.