Dear Quotidian Friends and Family:
The safety and well-being of you, our loyal supporters, is our first priority in times like these. Keeping that in mind, we have come to the reluctant decision to immediately cancel all performances of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts.
We did not make this decision lightly: our artists, volunteers, and staff have been working very hard on this production, and we were very much looking forward to bringing it to you. However, quickly changing circumstances, and our sincere concern for keeping you safe led us to conclude that we simply could not put the show up as planned.
We are contacting all patrons who have already made reservations for Ghosts. Season subscribers will have their Ghosts tickets put back on their accounts, and all subscriber tickets will be carried forward to the final production of the Quotidian season, The Day Emily Married.
If you have any specific questions about tickets or reservations, please feel free to contact our box office at email@example.com or 301-816-1023.
And, thank you for your understanding and your compassion for your fellow artists, theater-goers, audience members, and patrons of the performing arts. Your support in this difficult time means the world to us.
Quotidian Theatre Company
Prized by its patrons for its intimate stagings, QTC specializes in productions of naturalistic plays about the truth and beauty in everyday or “quotidian” life. This boutique theater caters to those who enjoy pondering–and discussing with friends after the show–the meaning of a great play. Located within walking distance of Bethesda’s renowned restaurant district, there are plenty of fine dining establishments at which to eat and drink before or after the play. On Saturdays and Sundays, parking is free in the public lot directly across from the Writer’s Center, where QTC is the resident theater company. QTC is easily accessible by car or Metro (red line to Bethesda stop).