QCT On The Road
QCT on the Road brings a full production to local schools, libraries, and community facilities. The production and students change from year to year, but the goal remains the same: to expose as many students as possible to the performing arts!
2016 Touring Production
by Dinah Toups
Experience theatre in a totally new way! TOTALLY RED!, adapted from the beloved fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood,” first introduces us to Red (who is nobody’s fool), the wolf (who tries to be cool), and granny (who is sometimes left in the dark). This fast-paced production then adapts the timeless tale to five different theatrical styles: a humorous storybook retelling; melodrama (The Perils of Being Miss Red); Elizabethan (Much Ado About Red); hip-hop (REDz in the Hood); and avant-garde (Call the Moment RED). Written for audiences of all ages, this is the perfect show to both entertain and educate!
$200 for the first performance; $125 for each additional performance.
TOTALLY RED! Study Guide
Presented in Partnership with Quincy Public Library
Narrator #1 | TOMMY HARRISON/MEGAN MAIERS
Narrator #2 | DARIAN HEBEL/MARY RUXLOW
Red | MADDI EHMEN/ABBY BISWELL
Wolf | TEAGAN MITCHELL/ZIVEN CRIST
Performances On The Road!
TOTALLY RED! performances in red are open to the general public.
- April 12 | 6:00 PM | Four Star Public Library
- April 15 | 2:00 PM | Monroe School
- April 18 | 10:00 AM | St. James Lutheran School
- June 17 | 10:00 AM & 1:00 PM | Quincy Public Library
If your want QCT on the Road to visit your school, please contact Head of Education/Director of Student Theatre Kelsey Celek at email@example.com or (217) 222-3209.
Past QCT On The Road Productions
Toured April 2015
by Debbie Lamedman Snowflakes is a “theatrical documentary” exploring the beauty and wonder of autism. The story follows Suzanna, a photographer who is interviewing people on the autism spectrum to learn more about their lives and their unique qualities. This incredibly moving production traveled to schools across the Tri-States during the month of April in […]