If you’re looking for a season that embraces the classics—the Greeks, Shakespeare, Shaw, Chekhov, and Ibsen—you’re sure to become a fan of Quintessence, located in Mount Airy in a wonderful old movie theater that the company imaginatively reconfigures for each project. It’s little short of extraordinary what artistic director Alex Burns and his fellow artists accomplish with often slender means—including, not long ago, a riveting traversal of a play often thought to be all but unproducible: Eugene O’Neill’s Mourning Becomes Electra.
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7137 Germantown Ave
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The Prince and the Pauper
Not much is known at press time about Quintessence Theatre Group’s stage adaptation of Mark Twain’s beloved young-adult novel, but smart money calls this a timely pick. By a curious but apt coincidence, the much-anticipated wedding of Britain’s Prince...Drama Until Wednesday June 13 2018