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When the Music’s Over

That’s all folks! A Christmas Carol has ended its run at Quincy Community Theatre.When a show comes to an end, I usually have a mixed set of emotions.Wishful thinking: could we do one more performance?Relief: maybe now I’ll get more sleep…Sadness: when will I see these people again?As the saying goes, it takes a village … Continued

In our own words: Christmas

Say what you might about Christmas, but it’s a time when I personally feel my best. Looking beyond the fact that many people feel that the holiday has become commercialized, I like to reflect on what Christmas all together means to me. My favorite memories of Christmas include going to church on Christmas Eve and waiting … Continued

Take a walk with me, backstage!

Hello!  I’m Meghan Townley, a cast member of A Christmas Carol. In this show, I’m playing a townsperson, as well as Emily. In this blog, I’m going to be giving you a sneak peek at what goes on from my point of view during rehearsals.This is the second time that I will be performing in … Continued

Learning the Dance of Oz

Welcome back to the Oz Blog!I’m going to apologize first, as I am later with posting a blog than I would have liked. I recently bought a house, and just recently hooked up internet! Rehearsals have been going well. We have a mighty cast, who has been putting in a lot of hours so far.A … Continued

Let’s start with a little family history.

Hello, guten tag, aloha, and ciao to all the QCT blog followers!I’m Meghan, a member of the ensemble of The Wizard of Oz. This is practically a dream come true to do this show.To give you a little background on yours truly, I come from a family where theatre is certainly not the “norm.” It’s … Continued

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