Join us for a post-show discussion on March 22!
Paul Nitze guided the US Cold War defense policy addressed in A Walk in the Woods. His son Bill Nitze will join us for a free discussion after the performance on Friday, March 22, along with director Gillian Drake and actors Brit Herring and Steve LaRocque!
Also, our first review is up: Jessica Vaughan of DC Metro Theater Arts gives A Walk in the Woods four and a half stars, saying, “Director Gillian Drake keeps the pace of the play up but exploits every personal moment between the characters… It’s these two actors that make the play. LaRocque and Herring create a powerful friendship in a moving night of theater.”
Read the full review: ‘A Walk in the Woods’ at Quotidian Theatre by Jessica Vaughan
Read A Walk in the Woods’ preview article at The Gazette: Quotidian brings Blessing’s play to Bethesda: Two actors take “A Walk in the Woods”
Read playwright Lee Blessing’s thoughts about the play exclusively here on our blog: Blessing’s Blessing
Purchase tickets online: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/342416
Purchase tickets by phone: 1-800-838-3006 ext. 1 (ask for Quotidian Theatre Company)
Two wise and decent men try to overcome their governments’ political posturing.
Performance times: Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm, with one additional 2pm show on April 13.
Tickets are $30, or $25 for students or seniors, and can be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets or by phone at 1-800-838-3006 ext 1 (ask for Quotidian Theatre Company).
Performances are held at The Writer’s Center: 4508 Walsh Street, Bethesda, MD 20815. There is ample parking across the street (free on Saturdays and Sundays), and the theatre is just five blocks from the Bethesda Metro Station on the red line.
For further information, please contact us at email@example.com or by phone at 301-816-1023.
Quotidian Theatre Company’s mission is to find truth and beauty in the everyday, presenting plays in an understated, impressionistic style, relying on piercingly truthful acting and no-frills storytelling. By providing realistic situations and dialogue, Quotidian lets audiences witness events as if over a backyard fence or through an open window, thus illuminating the depth and dignity of ordinary human experience.