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QTC Finishes Its 2016-17 Season With Horton Foote’s NIGHT SEASONS

The play is framed by the occasion of Josie's 93rd birthday, on which the elderly woman, who has outlived her husband and daughter, begins to realize that her longevity may be her punishment. "Night Seasons is an examination of the quietly destructive effects of a life defined by bank balances.  (Daughter) Laura Lee is shown… Continue reading QTC Finishes Its 2016-17 Season With Horton Foote’s NIGHT SEASONS

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QTC Exclusive Interview with John Patrick Shanley, Author of DOUBT: A PARABLE

DUBOV: I’m joined today by John Patrick Shanley, the author – playwright – of DOUBT: A PARABLE, and we’re going to speak to him about his thoughts on the play and our production of it coming up in April, in Bethesda, Maryland. You call it DOUBT: A PARABLE. How does the metaphorical structure of parable,… Continue reading QTC Exclusive Interview with John Patrick Shanley, Author of DOUBT: A PARABLE

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NIGHT SEASONS by Horton Foote – July 14 – August 13, 2017

The play is framed by the occasion of Josie's 93rd birthday, on which the old woman, who has outlived her husband and daughter, begins to realize that her longevity may be her punishment... Night Seasons is an examination of the quietly destructive effects of a life defined by bank balances.  (Daughter) Laura Lee is shown… Continue reading NIGHT SEASONS by Horton Foote – July 14 – August 13, 2017

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Doubt: A Parable by John Patrick Shanley

April 7- May 7, 2017 Tickets available now! This suspenseful, thought-provoking drama received both the Pulitzer Prize and Broadway's Tony Award. Set in the Bronx in 1964, the play pits Catholic school principal Sister Aloysius against the new, charismatic priest, Father Flynn, when his relationship with the school's first African American student is perceived to… Continue reading Doubt: A Parable by John Patrick Shanley

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The Actors of THE NIGHT ALIVE Talk About Their Roles: David Dubov Tackles Doc

QTC board member/actor David Dubov has been very busy at QTC this season. Besides leading QTC’s PR/marketing team, David has played major roles in QTC’s A Lesson from Aloes, The Lady with the Little Dog, and now as “Doc” in The Night Alive. And yet, David still had time to respond to a few questions… Continue reading The Actors of THE NIGHT ALIVE Talk About Their Roles: David Dubov Tackles Doc

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THE NIGHT ALIVE Opens Friday! 5 Reasons to See It

1) QTC is "the best stage to experience McPherson's plays in the Washington, D.C. area" 2) Director Jack Sbarbori's ninth McPherson production with designers Don Slater and Ed Moser 3) An all-star cast, featuring QTC favorites and fresh faces 4) A supernatural drama just in time for Halloween 5) $15 tickets every Friday for patrons… Continue reading THE NIGHT ALIVE Opens Friday! 5 Reasons to See It