Tag Archives: Brian Friel

Afterplay Rehearsal Blog 2: Static vs. Active | Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian’s next production is a double dose of theatre 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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“Remember Me Kindly” and Other Ties that Bind A Little Trick to Afterplay | Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian’s next production is a double dose of theatre 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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Afterplay Rehearsal Blog 1: A Play After | Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian’s next production is a double dose of theatre 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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Thank you for coming to Dancing at Lughnasa! | Quotidian Theatre Company

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 … Continue reading

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Audiences call Dancing at Lughnasa “wonderful,” “outstanding”! | Quotidian Theatre Company

Thanks to everyone who’s already come out to our current production of Brian Friel’s Irish drama Dancing at Lughnasa! The rest of you have two more weekends. Here are some audience reviews of the show: “The performance exceeded expectations. The acting … Continue reading

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Critics Love “Beautiful, Poignant” Dancing at Lughnasa! | Quotidian Theatre Company

The reviews are in! Critics love Quotidian Theatre Company’s Dancing at Lughnasa!

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Final Thoughts Before We Open | Quotidian Theatre Company

Prior to the opening of Quotidian Theatre Company’s next play, Brian Friel’s Irish drama Dancing at Lughnasa, several actors in the cast are writing here about various experiences they have during the rehearsal process. All previous posts can be found … Continue reading

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Seasoned Actor and Local Playwright Steve LaRocque on Dancing at Lughnasa | Quotidian Theatre Company

In addition to our latest rehearsal blog post, yesterday also saw the online publication of a beautiful new essay by seasoned actor and local playwright Steve LaRocque. The piece serves as a perfect introduction to the play Dancing at Lughnasa … Continue reading

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Dancing Tool | Quotidian Theatre Company

Prior to the opening of Quotidian Theatre Company’s next play, Brian Friel’s Irish drama Dancing at Lughnasa, several actors in the cast are writing here about various experiences they have during the rehearsal process. All previous posts can be found … Continue reading

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