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55 Hopkins Street, Reading, MA 01867-3917
Box Office: (781) 942-2212
Quality Community Theater on Boston's North Shore
Next Up ‘Check Please’ for Theater in Park (ing lot) Series!
Featuring: Kathy Bedard, Richie DeJesus, Rebecca Greene and Eric Roberts
Produced by Heather Gay
A series of blind dinner dates that couldn’t get any worse … until they do!
Running time 60 minutes with no intermission.
Reservations are required – email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (781) 942-2212. These performance are FREE but we encourage our audience to look for QR code donation stations at the theater parking lot and give what you can. Or choose the DONATE Button here on our webpage.
We are committed to keeping our audience and cast safe!
Reservations are REQUIRED. Day-of walk-ups will be turned away.
The QP parking lot will have 6’ x 12’ “pods” available to reserve. Maximum of 4 people to a pod (distancing not required within a pod), and all members of a reservation attest that they are part of a quarantining household or group.
Total audience will be capped at 38 based on the total number of people allowed at any outside event per Governor Baker on August 7, 2020.
Audience members must bring their own chairs AND masks – the Town of Reading requires masks in all public gatherings.
There will be no food/beverage sales, but audience members may carry-in/carry-out their own. (No open flames or alcohol, please.)
Restrooms will be open before and after the show with a one-at-a-time traffic flow into and out of the building directed by QP volunteers. Restrooms will be thoroughly cleaned before each performance.
Hand sanitizer and insect repellent will be available at stations in the parking lot and in the building.
Parking will be available at Harrow’s Chicken Pies (directions will be sent with reservations). Accessible parking ONLY will be allowed in reserved spots along the front of the theater. If you are in need of accessible parking, please be sure to let us know at the time of reservation.
The actors will perform on the porch/ramp area of the theater, remain 6’ distant from each other, and 25’ distant from the audience.
QP has worked with the Town of Reading and has received approval from the Board of Health and Police Department to hold these performances, in accordance with guidance from the MA Dept of Health.
Special Thanks to Harrow’s Chicken Pies for generous use of their parking!
And up next is BARD vs. BARD on Saturday October 10th and Sunday October 11th. Stay tuned for start time as days are getting cooler!
The show is one Bard with his dulcet musical stylings known as Uncle Jon aka our own Jon Sachs, who writes and performs his songs when not photographing QP shows, and the cast of QP’s Romeo and Juliet doing a few scenes including a great sword fight of course, written by that famous 16th century bard – William Shakespeare!
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