Thank you for coming to Dancing at Lughnasa! | Quotidian Theatre Company

The cast of Dancing at Lughnasa (2012, directed by Craig Allen Mummey, Quotidian Theatre Company)
Back row: Doug Krehbel, Stephanie Mumford, David Dubov, Steve LaRocque
Front row: Rebecca Ellis, Leah Mazade, Alyssa Sanders, Laura Russell
photo by Audrey Cefaly

Our production of Brian Friel’s Irish masterpiece Dancing at Lughnasa has now closed after a successful and satisfying run. Thanks to all who came out and saw the play! Our work is a conversation with you, and a performance is never complete without an audience.

We invite you to join us for our next production, Afterplay, in which Lughnasa‘s playwright, Brian Friel, imagines the meeting of two characters created by another favorite writer of ours, Anton Chekhov. Afterplay will be presented with the world premiere of A Little Trick, Quotidian co-founder and artistic director Jack Sbarbori’s adaptation of Chekhov’s short story by the same name. Additionally, we have a complimentary play reading and other special events coming up. To keep up to date, you may sign up for our mailing list here, and find us on Facebook and Twitter. There’s also a spot to the right of this post where you can subscribe to this blog, so that new posts go straight to your email inbox.

We hope to see you soon!

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About Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian Theatre Company is the Resident Theatre Company at The Writer's Center in Bethesda, MD. QTC produces plays that seek to find the beautiful in the everyday.
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One Response to Thank you for coming to Dancing at Lughnasa! | Quotidian Theatre Company

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