Subscription Offer Ends Oct 31 for Quotidian Theatre Company’s 16th Season

Subscriptions are still on sale for Quotidian Theatre Company's 16th season: The Iceman Cometh, an eighteen-actor masterwork by award-winning American author Eugene O'Neill (Long Day's Journey into Night, Hughie, Ah! Wilderness); Faith Healer, an intimate and visceral three-person narrative by influential European dramatist Brian Friel (Dancing at Lughnasa, Afterplay); and the U.S. premiere of The... Continue Reading →

D.C. Area Premiere of Conor McPherson’s unique, apocalyptic drama THE BIRDS | Quotidian Theatre Company

Following the best-selling musical James Joyce’s The Dead and the critically-acclaimed drama A Walk in the Woods, Quotidian Theatre Company closes its 15th anniversary season with the D.C. area premiere of The Birds — celebrated playwright Conor McPherson’s unique, morally-challenging adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier short story that inspired Alfred Hitchcock’s film. Quotidian’s co-founder... Continue Reading →

Critics recommend “A Walk in the Woods”! Plus: another post-show discussion | Quotidian Theatre Company

The reviews are in, and the critics recommend A Walk in the Woods! "Smart, funny and intermittently profound. Steve LaRocque gives a wily, winning performance as veteran Soviet diplomat Andrey Botvinnik. As Honeyman, Brit Herring provides an impatient, fastidious, buttoned-down foil for LaRocque. A Walk in the Woods does really well in intimate venues... and... Continue Reading →

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