Subscribe to our 2013-2014 Season today and see all three plays for $60!

Subscribe by October 31st and get:

- As much as $30 off regular ticket prices (single tickets-$30, $25 for  students and seniors)
- Reserved seats upon request
- A subscription pass good for any performance
- Bring-a-friend-free ticket (a $30 value)

HOW TO: Send a check or money order with payment of $60 per subscription to the address below. Be sure to include your name, address, phone and email.

Quotidian Theatre Company
5705 Brewer House Circle, #202
North Bethesda, MD 20852.

Questions? quotidiantheatre@comcast.net

Our 2013-2014 Season!

The Iceman ComethOctober 25 - November 24, 2013

The Iceman Cometh
Eugene O'Neill

Quotidian opens its 16th Season with The Iceman Cometh, a rarely-performed masterpiece by Nobel Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Eugene O’Neill that The New York Times calls a “tough, loquacious, magnificent play”.  In a shabby New York barroom and hotel in 1912, the down-and-out await their salvation; the charismatic salesman Hickey is due for a visit, and he usually provides good cheer, dirty jokes, and free drinks. When Hickey arrives this time, however, he’s a changed man, and he brings with him a sobering truth that his old friends don’t want to hear. O’Neill’s ambitious ensemble piece wrestles with the necessity of pipe dreams -- the lies we tell ourselves to make it through each day.

Director - Michael Avolio
Artistic Adviser - Bill Largess

 

Faither HealerApril 25 - May 25, 2014

Faith Healer
Brian Friel

Brian Friel’s landmark play Faith Healer has had a profound effect on playwrights throughout the world.  The title character, Frank Hardy, is an Irish faith healer who travels through England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales with his spouse Grace and his Cockney manager Teddy, performing his “gift,” which sometimes fails him.  Through a series of monologues, the audience learns the details of a man whose life is fraught with deception and self-denial, and the effect on those most loyal to him.

“One of those rare works of art audiences are destined to recall as a deeply personal experience. A powerful piece of writing.” - The New York Times

Director - Laura Giannarelli

 

The VeilJuly 18 - August 17, 2014

The Veil
Conor McPherson

Quotidian is pleased to present the U.S. premiere of Conor McPherson’s The Veil, which debuted in 2011 at London’s National Theatre.  Set in a haunted mansion in rural Ireland in 1822, surrounded by a restive, starving populace, The Veil weaves Ireland’s troubled colonial history into a transfixing story about the search for love, the transcendental, and the circularity of time. “An atmospheric and haunting tale of lost souls.” - Evening Standard

“Imagine a Chekhov play full of ghosts and things that go bump in the night and you will get some idea of Conor McPherson’s strange and fitfully entertaining drama The Veil.” – The Telegraph

Director - Jack Sbarbori

 


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