Special Event: Complimentary Play Reading of Frankie’s Market | Quotidian Theatre Company

Following last Sunday's successful presentation of Steve LaRocque's Byline: Ernie Pyle, we're pleased to invite our audience to another special event during our critically-acclaimed run of Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa! At 5pm this coming Sunday, May 6, Quotidian Theatre Company presents a complimentary play reading of Frankie's Market by Raphael Falco. Frankie’s Market is... Continue Reading →

Critics Love “Beautiful, Poignant” Dancing at Lughnasa! | Quotidian Theatre Company

The reviews are in! Critics love Quotidian Theatre Company's Dancing at Lughnasa! "Poignant and intimate. Actresses Leah Mazade, Stephanie Mumford, Laura Russell, Alyssa Sanders, and Rebecca Ellis exhibit strong chemistry as a close knit family that lovingly tolerates each sister’s respective foibles. "Mazade manages her conflicted, meaty role with tenacity and grace. Steve LaRocque pulsates... Continue Reading →

Dancing Tool | Quotidian Theatre Company

Prior to the opening of Quotidian Theatre Company’s next play, Brian Friel’s Irish drama Dancing at Lughnasa, several actors in the cast are writing here about various experiences they have during the rehearsal process. All previous posts can be found here. Last week, David Dubov contrasted action and memory. Here, actor Doug Krehbel explains "The... Continue Reading →

Acting Together Alone | Quotidian Theatre Company

Prior to the opening of Quotidian Theatre Company’s next play, Brian Friel’s Irish drama Dancing at Lughnasa, several actors in the cast are writing here about various experiences they have during the rehearsal process. All previous posts can be found here. Last week, Alyssa Sanders explored the dimensions of her character Rose. Here, David Dubov... Continue Reading →

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