See what’s coming up in 2017-2018 for Quill Theatre!

By | May 28, 2017
Quill Theatre announces 2017-2018 Season

Before there was a pen there was the quill. What once allowed birds to take flight and soar on currents of air also allowed the words of a writer to soar through currents of time.
Part of Shakespeare’s genius was his ability to condense the complex human experience into words easily digestible to a common audience. From the world we live in to the world inside our minds, his characters and plays reflect the true human condition from the mundane to the extreme. “As luck would have it” in “one fell swoop” the mortal truths in Shakespeare’s stories have shaped our language, and our lives.
As Quill Theatre, we ignite these literary works, bringing them vitally alive to thrill and enthrall our modern audience. After all, the questions of the past are still our talking points today.
Join us for Quill Theatre’s 2017-18 season, our third full season since Richmond Shakespeare and Henley Street Theatre merged in 2015. It’s an exciting line-up, bringing us back to our roots, and grounding us in our mission of bringing the classics to Richmond in a fresh and innovative way. Stories that don’t end when the curtain closes. Theatre Worth Talking About.
As a subscriber, you enjoy considerable savings, priority seating, early ticketing without the fees, and discounts on additional tickets. Choose between a full season subscription, or a three-show Flex Pass. You will be contacted within a week of purchasing with additional information on how to select your performance dates.
Full Season Renewal – $130
Full Season Subscription – $135
Flex Pass – $85
Lysistrata – September 22nd – October 14th
The Peloponnesian War, forced abstinence and laughs. Come see the original battle of the sexes!
Libby S. Gottwald Playhouse
Dominion Arts Center
Brave New WorldFebruary 2nd – 17th
Brainwashing, baby factories and happy pills. The future doesn’t seem so bright to Aldous Huxley.
Co-Production with the
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen
Romeo & Juliet
Spring date and venue to be revealed.
War between families, undelivered mail, teenage love and double suicide. How deep is YOUR love?
Titus AndronicusJune 1st – 24th
Rivers of blood, cannibalism, human sacrifice and revenge. All you need is a rare steak dinner and red wine for the perfect date night.
Agecroft Hall
As You Like It – July 6th – 29th
Wedding plans, confusion, arguments, and a crossdresser. Before daytime talk shows, there was “As You Like It.”
Agecroft Hall

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