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Moon Over Buffalo

Moon Over Buffalo

Written by Ken Ludwig
Directed by Paul Murphy

Production Dates: September 29, 30 & October 6, 7, 8, 13, 14 2017

Featuring: Mark Nichols, Kerrie Tilney, Diana Doyle, Glenn Wakeley, Leslie Wagner, Rachael Rabinovitz, Wilson Belbin and Shawn Maguire

Another exceptional farce by the talented playwright Ken Ludwig who brought us Lend Me a Tenor! This hilarious backstage farce follows the antics of the Charlotte and George Hay, two seasoned performers currently doing repertoire in Buffalo, New York in 1953. Charlotte and George have just found out they’ve been given a shot at starring roles in an upcoming Frank Capra film. But will George be sober enough to perform? Will Charlotte appear or run off with her agent? Will Capra see Cyrano de Bergerac, Private Lives, or maybe a mix of the two? Hilarious misunderstandings pile on madcap misadventures, in this valentine to the theater hams everywhere.

Tickets will go on sale in JULY 2017.

Tickets are $20 Regular or $18 for Seniors/Students and can be purchased on-line through PayPal. There is a transaction fee for on-line purchases. For reservations call the QP Box Office 781-942-2212. Only checks and cash are accepted at performances.

Suburban Holidays VI Fundraiser

Suburban Holidays VI Fundraiser

QP's ANNUAL NEW PLAYS FESTIVAL FUNDRAISER

Produced by Patrick Cleary and Donna Corbet

Production Dates: November 24, 25, 26, 30 and December 1, 2 2017

QP's holiday tradition continues its' sixth season! It's time for our annual New Play Festival and QP Fundraiser. All new plays - all holidays - all written by aspiring playwrights!

Kimberly Akimbo

Kimberly Akimbo

By David Lindsay-Abair
Directed by Ben Delatizky

January 26, 27 and February 2, 3, 4, 9, 10 2018

"Can we just be normal for a few minutes?," Kimberly asks in Pulitzer Price Winning David Lindsay-Abaire's dark hysterical comedy of family dysfunction & secrets, criminal relatives, coming of age & facing one's own mortality. And through it all... the possibility of finding love in the end.

39 Steps

39 Steps

By James Goldman
Directed by J Mark Baumhardt

Performance Dates: March 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 and April 6, 7 2018

A celebration of Hitchcock, film noir and the magic of theater! Pining for excitement, our hero finds himself the target of a global espionage plot that takes him from the shadowy streets of London to the foggy moors of Scotland, trying to solve the mystery of the '39 Steps' and clear his name. The Tony award-winning play is packed with intrigue, murder plots, double-crossing secret agents, government secrets, classy dames, old fashioned romance, and even an onstage airplane chase. How is this all possible on stage? With 4 actors playing 150 different characters and a whole lot of ingenuity!

Prelude To A Kiss

Prelude To A Kiss

By Craig Lucus
Directed by Gordon Ellis

Performance Dates: May 18, 19, 20, 24, 25 and June 1, 2 2018

You meet the love of your life, your destiny, your one true soulmate. Vows are exchanged and happily ever after is laid out before you. So what happens when that soul reveals itself to be someone entirely different that you thought they'd be? In 'Prelude To A Kiss,' Craig Lucus' charming romantic comedy with a twist, a simple kiss turns the worlds of three people completely upside down, and the question of who we love and what that really means is put to the ultimate test.