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The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane
June 16-20, 2021
Edward Tulane lives a charmed, but vain, life as an adored porcelain rabbit. Then, he is lost at sea. In his travels through the dark depths of the ocean floor to the bustling streets of the city, Edward discovers a heart is more fragile than the fine china he’s made of. And, perhaps, love is the most miraculous journey of all.
Wonderful Things: The Songs of Jerry Herman
May 13-16, 20-23, 2021
WONDERFUL THINGS: THE SONGS OF JERRY HERMAN • Music by Jerry Herman In Hello, Dolly! the character Cornelius Hackl exclaims, "Isn't the world full of wonderful things?!?" As the world slowly reopens after an arduous shutdown, a reminder is needed that the world is indeed full of wonderful things. The musical revue will feature songs [...]
The Belle of Amherst
April 14-18, 2021
THE BELLE OF AMHERST • Written by William Luce The Belle of Amherst, a provocative one-woman show based on the life Emily Dickinson. In her Amherst, Massachusetts home, the reclusive nineteenth-century poet Emily Dickinson recollects her past through her poetry and letters. The play, written by William Luce, shows us both the pain and the [...]
Miss Nelson is Missing!
March 11-14, 2021
MISS NELSON IS MISSING! • Written by Jeffrey Hatcher In this adaptation of the beloved children's book, Miss Nelson can't just catch a break from her crazy, misbehaved class. But when she mysteriously goes missing-- and, worst of all, is replaced by the vile Miss Viola Swamp-- this cast of colorful classmates bands together to [...]
Dancing with Local Stars
February 5, 2021
DANCING WITH LOCAL STARS • Benefit for Cornerstone: Foundations for Families • Presented by Quincy Community Theatre Cornerstone’s Virtual Dancing with Local Stars gives you a front row seat this year as 7 couples heat up the dance floor in hopes of winning the elusive mirror ball trophy! The 11th Annual Dancing with Local Stars [...]
Sponsored by KHQA, Knapheide, Quincy Medical Group, Homebank
It’s Chicago, 1928, and everyone’s dying—or killing—to be famous. Aspiring celebrities Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly will stop at nothing to see their names in lights, and everyone’s eager to help—for a price. Greed, ruthless ambition, and “All That Jazz”—“That’s Chicago!” Following the recommendation of local and state officials, Quincy Community Theatre has postponed the performances of Chicago.
Sponsored by Golden Bridges, State Street Bank
The ladies are taking it all off—for a good cause! Determined to honor their late friend, a tight-knit group of friends poses for an “alternative” nude calendar as a cheeky fundraiser. When they suddenly become an international sensation, the ladies find both their self-confidence and friendships challenged. Based on a true story, this play offers laughs and life lessons for all seasons!
Sponsored by Blessing Health System, Herald Whig, WGEM
Look out Harvard—here comes Elle Woods! Determined to win back her boyfriend and prove she’s more than a pretty sorority girl, Elle and her adorable chihuahua Bruiser tackle stereotypes, the Ivy League, and the courtroom in this inspiring musical that raises the bar on comedy!
The Trip to Bountiful
Nothing will stop Mrs. Watts from returning to her beloved Bountiful, Texas. Not her overprotective son, bossy daughter-in-law, lost pension check, or even the town sheriff. What she longs for most is to go home one last time. But is home a place, a feeling, or only a memory?
Junie B. Jones Is Not A Crook
Sponsored by WGEM, Herald Whig
Kindergarten isn’t easy, especially when you’re Junie B. Jones! First, a stealer stole Junie B.’s new furry mittens. Then, there’s the handsomest new boy at school who thinks she’s a nutball. And don’t even get her started on Meanie Jim! Can Junie B. find the crook, fix her friendships, stand up to a bully, and still be her lovable, nutball self?
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
Sponsored by Kohl Wholesale, WGEM, Herald Whig, Quincy Mall
Cruel and vain, a prince is cursed to live as a hideous beast unless he learns to love and be loved in return. Strong-willed and smart, Belle is a lonely outsider in her small village. Although the Beast imprisons her, it may be Belle that captures his heart. Can true love prevail and have the power to transform in this enchanting tale as old as time?