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Quotidian Theatre Company

4508 Walsh Street
20815 Bethesda

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Area premiere: Conor McPherson's apocalyptic drama THE BIRDS. In a society based on order, the sudden lack of rules can be terrifying. Jack Sbarbori directs Jenny Donovan, Stephanie Mumford, Ted Schneider & Matthew Vaky. 7/12-8/11 www.quotidiantheatre.org

Our 15th Anniversary Season: James Joyce's The Dead by Richard Nelson & Shawn Davey November 16 - December 16, 2012 James Joyce’s The Dead is a musical adaptation of Joyce’s famous 1916 short story set at a Christmas party in 1904 Dublin. Opening at Playwrights Horizons, this work had a triumphant Broadway run and national tour. This understated, intimate work features music and dance which are a perfect fit for Joyce’s words. Featuring renowned opera and cabaret vocalist Janice Hall as Gretta Conroy and Steve Beall as Gabriel Conroy, with Eric Abalahin, Peter Brice, Felicity Brown, Don Bruns, Jane Squier Bruns, David Dubov, Sarah Foard, Valerie Higgs, Mary Beth Luckenbaugh, Vanessa Kinzey, Malinda Markland, Leah Mazade, Carolyn Myers, Lou Pangaro, Barbara Scheide, Tom Zebovitz, and Timothy Aaron Ziese. Directed by Jack Sbarbori. Musical Direction by Valerie Higgs. A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing March 15 - April 14, 2013 Two arms negotiators, a Russian and an American, meet informally after long, frustrating hours at the bargaining table in Geneva. As their talks continue, it is clear that despite their deepening understanding, these two wise and decent men face profound frustration in dealing with the mistrust of both governments. Nearly a quarter of a century after the play was written, it is clear that the theme is timeless. Featuring Brit Herring and Steve LaRocque. Directed by Gillian Drake. The Birds by Conor McPherson July 12 - August 11, 2013 McPherson’s take on du Maurier’s short story is uniquely his own — how people react to what may be apocalyptic conditions. Unlike the novella or the film, this play examines the inner world of ethics and morality. In a society based on order, the sudden lack of rules can be terrifying. Featuring Jenny Donovan, Stephanie Mumford, Ted Schneider, and Matthew Vaky. Directed by Jack Sbarbori. A DC area premiere.

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