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 providing quality, community theater for 80 years in a converted 1853 Little Red School House. QP is an all volunteer-run organization renown for their depth of talent, both in the actors who are featured on stage and the designers who build, light and produce the stage “magic.”
QP provides an affordable theater option in the greater Boston area. Come join us for a show. We do 4 full productions each year, a balanced season of comedy, mystery, drama and farce. We guarantee you will be delighted by the quality and craftsmanship of our performers and designers!
The QP Theater is a historic building in the town of Reading Massachusetts, which has been converted from a school house to a delightful black-box performance space, with intimate seating for 150 patrons, that has full handicap accessibility and parking.
QP has a volunteer membership of approximately 100 thespians and has a ticket/season subscription base of over 600 patrons. Our membership come from all walks of life and we prosper from the diversity these dedicated people bring to our theater.
QP is a member of American Association of Community Theaters (AACT) and the Eastern Massachusetts Association of Community Theatres’ (EMACT). Click Here to go to the EMACT home page and check out the EMACT Festival Winner and Nominees!
We are always interested in adding to our ranks. If you would like to join the membership, check out the membership page by clicking here on Membership. We regularly hold membership meetings, generally on the first Friday night of the month. These meetings are open to all members and anyone interested in joining in the fun with us!
Quannapowitt Players Celebrates over 80 Seasons!
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See our first major – now 10 year old renovation – since turning our 1953 School House into a Theater!