Tag Archives: Brian Friel

Faith Healer rehearsal blog | Quotidian Theatre Company

Prior to the opening of Quotidian Theatre Company’s next production, Brian Friel’s storytelling drama Faith Healer, actor Laura Russell discusses the lies and truths told in the play’s conflicting narratives. *** Many years ago, I read Tim O’Brien’s The Things They Carried. The book … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Watch A Little Trick on YouTube! | Quotidian Theatre Company

Last summer, Quotidian Theatre Company produced A Little Trick, a memory play about lost love adapted from Chekhov’s short story of the same name. The short play, directed by Stephanie Mumford and featuring Jonathan Feuer, Sara Dabney Tisdale, and Christine Kharazian, … Continue reading

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Closing Sunday: Afterplay and A Little Trick | Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian Theatre Company’s Helen Hayes Awards recommended production of Afterplay and A Little Trick must close Sunday, 8/19! Four performances remain: Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm and 8pm, and Sunday at 2pm! For her performance in Afterplay, Michele Osherow … Continue reading

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The Yalta Game: Mixed Media | Quotidian Theatre Company

To compliment our new production of Tony-winner Brian Friel’s Chekhov-inspired Afterplay and the world premiere of Jack Sbarbori’s translation and adaptation of Chekhov’s short story “A Little Trick”, Quotidian Theatre Company offers a free reading of The Yalta Game, Brian … Continue reading

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Afterplay Rehearsal Blog 3: Delayed Receipt | Quotidian Theatre Company

Opening tonight, Quotidian’s new production presents two short plays inspired by Anton Chekhov. In Brian Friel’s Afterplay, the Dancing at Lughnasa playwright imagines a meeting between two of Chekhov’s characters. Afterplay will be presented in tandem with the DC area … Continue reading

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Afterplay & A Little Trick: On Tech Week and Being Human | Quotidian Theatre Company

Opening tomorrow, Quotidian’s next production presents two short plays inspired by Anton Chekhov. In Brian Friel’s Afterplay, the Dancing at Lughnasa playwright imagines a meeting between two of Chekhov’s characters. Afterplay will be presented in tandem with A Little Trick, … Continue reading

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