Quotidian’s Take on THE NIGHT ALIVE

Why in the world, you might ask, would Quotidian Theatre Company choose to stage Conor McPherson’s NY-Drama-Circle-Award-Winning Play The Night Alive after its Bethesda neighbor, Round House, so successfully produced the play just one year earlier? Well, let’s go back to December 2013, when QTC co-founders Jack Sbarbori and Stephanie Mumford saw the difficult-to-categorize work... Continue Reading →

A Word From Audience Member Rita Rubin

In his short lifetime—he died of tuberculosis at age 44—Anton Chekhov wrote more than 400 short stories and numerous plays (and all while practicing medicine, which helped to inform his writing). As a writer myself (although, of course, one far less prolific, despite having lived more than a decade longer than Chekhov did), I can’t... Continue Reading →

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