2017-2018 Season

theater that moves you

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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August 18-September 10

Two men from two very different places and cultures, grown now, but tethered to the past they shared. Twenty years later, they are key to each others’ redemption.  World Premiere.

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October 27- November 19

Bristling with intellectual energy and wit, Stoppard’s acclaimed recent play presents a heroine you’ll root for, an aggressive brain science institute financed by hedge funds, and explores the complexities of consciousness, and the nature of belief.

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March 2-25

Pittsburgh playwright Gab Cody tells a compelling and personal story about separated families, the unique plight  of Native American children, and one woman’s brave journey to reknit what had unraveled.

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Red Hills

August 18-Sept 10, 2017

By Sean Christopher Lewis
Directed by Katie Pearl
Co-Production with En Garde Arts

World Premiere

Two men from two very different places and cultures, grown now, but tethered to the past they shared when American teenager David met Rwandan teenager God’s Blessing as unspeakable things were happening in the tall grass all around them.  Twenty years later, they are key to each others’ redemption.

Location:
The Recycling Building on the corner of 32nd Street and Smallman Street.

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Who beside Quantum is bringing us such theater, or would?

Chris Rawson, theater critic

It's fringe, it's funk, it's fashionable and athletic. Quantum is a total, global theater of mobility without limit.

Michael Lobban, author

Quantum is gutsy, smart, focused and important. Entire worlds are created in tight corners. It's the most interesting theatre happening here.

Kendra Lee, blogger

Quantum should be cherished and admired for stretching beyond the usual borders of what most often characterizes theatre.

Gordon Spencer on WRCT