Skip to content

She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms

SHE KILLS MONSTERS: VIRTUAL REALMS • by playwright Qui Nguyen   She Kills Monsters:Virtual Realms is a dramatic comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games that pays homage to the geek and warrior within us all. The Virtual Realms edition has been adapted by the playwright for the virtual stage. In this dramatic comedy, varsity … Continued

The Mountaintop

THE MOUNTAINTOP • By Katori Hall QCT will present the thought-provoking and inspiring play THE MOUNTAINTOP, by Katori Hall, in a production created especially for "the virtual stage." Written by American playwright Katori Hall, The Mountaintop is a gripping re-imagination of events the night before the assassination of the civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther … Continued

QCT Virtual Playwrights Festival

Quincy Community Theatre’s Virtual Playwrights Festival premieres June 13 & 14!

A first of its kind, the Virtual Playwrights Festival is a two-night event featuring world premiere readings of original short plays, written by the students of QCT’s Virtual Playwriting Class. Over the past four weeks, two groups of student playwrights (one of teens and the other of adults) have worked with QCT Head of Education Brendan Shea to craft original plays inspired by a weekly writing challenge.

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?

Apollo: To The Moon

APOLLO: TO THE MOON • By Mary Hall Surface
All his life, Scott wanted to go to the moon. As he sets goals and works hard to achieve them, we’ll learn about NASA, the Apollo missions, and our country’s journey to space. Most importantly, we’ll discover what we can achieve if we keep dreaming and reach beyond our grasp.

You Can’t Take It With You

You Can’t Take It With You • By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
The Sycamore family isn’t your average bunch. When Alice attempts to contain her embarrassingly eclectic family’s ways to make a good impression on her fiancé, the entire night spirals out of control. From fireworks to the IRS (and everything in between!), this laugh-out-loud comedy is the perfect escape from “ordinary” life.

Stuart Little

Adapted by Joseph Robinette • Based on the book by E.B. White

Stuart is the second son of an ordinary New York couple. He just happens to be…a mouse! Discover Stuart’s charming adventures from his apartment to Central Park and beyond. Told by a student ensemble playing characters big and small, STUART LITTLE is the biggest little adventure you’ll ever see.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME • by Simon Stephens • Based on the novel by Mark Haddon
Christopher has an incredible story to tell — and it starts with the murder of his neighbor’s dog, Wellington. Determined to catch the killer, Christopher does detective work around the neighborhood. Based on the best-selling novel, this critically-acclaimed play is a moving and compelling mystery about a brilliant teen on the autism spectrum and the discoveries that change his world forever.

The Boxcar Children

Adapted by Barbara Field • Based on the books by Gertrude Chandler Warner
The Alden children have just been orphaned. Knowing they will go to different foster homes, they escape to the woods and make their home in an abandoned boxcar. But someone is desperate to find them. Based on the popular children’s novel, THE BOXCAR CHILDREN is a powerful story teaching us that home can be anywhere as long as you have your family by your side.

Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)

By Michael Carleton, James FitzGerald, and John K. Alvarez
There’s more to Christmas than A CHRISTMAS CAROL — and these wacky performers are about to prove it! As their regularly scheduled Dickensian performance spirals out of control, they’ll mix in worldwide traditions, modern pop icons, Gustav the Green-Nosed Reingoat, and a whole heap of Christmas carols for one wildly funny holiday revue.

Is He Dead?

A new comedy by MARK TWAIN as adapted by DAVID IVES


Jean-François Millet can’t sell a single painting—at least not while he’s alive. To escape debtor’s prison, he concocts a plan: play dead to increase the value of his paintings. This recently rediscovered comedy by Mark Twain is a long-overdue hit!

Good People



Your life is a direct result of your choices…isn’t it? Margie didn’t choose to lose her job, but she is choosing to do something about it. When an old friend who’s risen above their impoverished lifestyle moves back into town, Margie sees her ticket out. But is her fate really in her own hands?

Connect with us

Follow us on social media to stay up to date on all the new things we’ve been up to! Get a full detailed newsletter by signing up today!

Shop Our Amazon Wishlist

Support Quincy Community Theatre by shopping our Amazon Wish List and getting us the office and backstage supplies we need.

Shop Now