55 Hopkins Street, Reading, MA 01867-3917
Box Office: (781) 942-2212
Quality Community Theater on Boston's North Shore
The Quannapowitt Players, Inc. have been in the business of providing quality community theater for 79 years in an volunteer-run converted two room schoolhouse in custom essaywriter Reading, MA. Renown for their depth of talent, both in the actors who are featured on stage and the designers who build, light and produce the “magic” on stage, QP provides an affordable alternative in the greater Boston area. Come join us for a performance. We guarantee you will be delighted by the quality and craftsmanship of our performers and designers!
You can view our previous productions here.
Here is what is Coming Next!
By James Goldman
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!
Featuring: Katie Moore as Woman, Adam Heroux as Hannay, Catherine Verow Quintana and Eric Linebarger as Clowns.
Tickets are $20 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. Only checks and cash are accepted at performances.
All Friday and Saturday performances are at 8PM. The Sunday performance is at 2PM. All at the QP Playhouse 55 Hopkins Street Reading MA
Prelude To A Kiss
By Craig Lucus
Performance Dates: May 18, 19, 20, 24, 25 and June 1, 2 2018
Featuring: Daniel Murray, Kelsey McDonough, Will Dalley, Allisson Rudmann Putnam, Joan Luz-Holt, John Day, Phyllis Uloth, David Dooks, Margaret Healey, Lennie Chasse and Matthew Garlin
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.
Quannapowitt Players Celebrates it’s 81st Season!