Trinity Cathedral Pittsburgh
September 14 – October 28, 2018
World Premiere as part of the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts

Chatterton spreads out in three dimensions, immersing its mobile audiences in the haunting spaces of Trinity Cathedral Pittsburgh. Adapted from Sir Peter Ackroyd’s award-winning book, its plot takes inspiration from the Romantic Era’s most famous suicide, offering a trifecta of poets in three centuries, colorful London with Dickensian characters bristling with humor, and deep debates on what is real and what is fake in the intertwining worlds of art and commerce. Each performance includes a full intermezzo dinner created by the celebrity chef of the week.


February 8 – March 3, 2019

From a farming community in rural Oregon to the big cities of Los Angeles and New York, this thoughtful one-man play excavates the playwright’s personal complicated relationship to gun culture. A 2014 Jefferson-Award nominee in Chicago for Best Solo Show, The Gun Show jumps into the middle of the gun control debate and asks “Can we talk about this?”


May 10 – June 2, 2019
Carrie Blast Furnaces National Historic Landmark
in partnership with Rivers of Steel

King Lear continues Quantum’s long tradition of re-envisioning Shakespeare, presenting an approach that highlights the vastness and intimacy of this iconic portrayal of grief, loss, family values gone awry, and descent into madness. This tight, physical adaptation stars Bricolage Production Company’s Co-Founders Jeffrey Carpenter and Tami Dixon as Lear and The Fool alongside a stellar local cast.


May 10- June 2, 2019

Historic Carrie Blast Furnaces                                                        

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Risher Reddick

Quantum presents Bricolage Founders Jeffrey Carpenter and Tami Dixon as Lear and the Fool among a stellar local cast, making grand Shakespeare with an industrial approach that highlights both the vastness and intimacy of this ‘king of the canon’, with its portrayal of grief, loss, family values gone awry, and a cataclysmic descent into madness.


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