Read a special message from Quotidian board member and actor David Dubov:
Stay involved with Quotidian Theatre Company!
Thank you for making James Joyce's The Dead our most-attended show in the history of Quotidian Theatre Company! We're so pleased you enjoyed our production, and we hope you'll join us in the spring for Lee Blessing's modern classic A Walk in the Woods, directed by Gillian Drake and featuring Brit Herring and QTC favorite Steve LaRocque!

Now, a special message from Quotidian board member and actor David Dubov, most recently seen as Freddy Malins in James Joyce's The Dead:

As I sit here writing you this letter, it is hard for me to believe that it has been only four years since I was privileged to participate in my first Quotidian Theatre Company show, Captain Drew on Leave.

It is even harder to believe that it has been 15 years since the company was founded by Stephanie Mumford and Jack Sbarbori. In the life of a theatre company, it is merely the beginning – just think of how long some companies like Steppenwolf in Chicago, like Woolly Mammoth here in DC, like the Roundabout in New York City, have been around.
And yet, in those short years, Quotidian can rightfully claim a solid place among those esteemed companies. Not just because of its beautifully crafted productions, or its world-class talent, or its devotion to the everyday experience brought to life in its iconic style.
To have come so far in so short a time is due to all of these factors, but also to one of Quotidian's greatest strengths: its enthusiastic support from you, the audience.
You have borne the company up through your continued bright attendance and through your warm embrace of the understated elegance of the seasons. From our first production, Horton Foote’s Talking Pictures, to more recent favorites such as Pygmalion, The Mollusc, Dancing at Lughnasa and The Cherry Orchard, your wide gathering of more friends and family to the world that Quotidian creates has been essential to our growth.
So, as this wonderful 15th season begins with the charming, audience and critically-acclaimed Irish musical, James Joyce’s The Dead, we ask once more for your enthusiastic support and your warm embrace. And, to continue the work you have come to know and love, we ask that you consider a
tax-deductible donation to the theatre; it will be most welcome.
Thank you for your belief in Quotidian Theatre Company. We look forward to seeing you soon, and hope you enjoy what we do for you for many years to come!
Best wishes for the holidays,
David Dubov

David Dubov


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Our mission at Quotidian Theatre Company is to find truth and beauty in the everyday, presenting plays in an understated, impressionistic style. This is a theatre that doesn’t rely on special effects; just piercingly truthful acting and no-frills storytelling about the poetry of everyday life. 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.

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