Off The Quill presents Frankenstein at the Greenbelt Arts Center, Aug 10-19

Off The Quill presents Frankenstein at the Greenbelt Arts Center, Aug 10-19

Off The Quill presents
Frankenstein
By Mary Shelley, Adapted by Patrick Mullen & Tom McGrath
Directed by Tom McGrath

August 10 – 19, 2018

Location: Greenbelt Arts Center

A smart person knows that Frankenstein isn’t the monster; a wise person knows that Frankenstein is the monster.

Ticket prices: $22 General Admission, $20 Students/Seniors/Military, $12 Youth (12 and under with adult). Buy tickets here.

Off The Quill presents Violent Delights at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Apr 27-May 6

Off The Quill presents Violent Delights at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Apr 27-May 6

Violent Delights: A Shakespearean Brawl-esque Sideshow
By Patrick Mullen, Leanne Dinverno, J. Peter Langsdorf, Katie Wanschura & William Shakespeare

April 27 – May 6, 2018

Location: Joe’s Movement Emporium

Step into the Circus of Violent Delights. Blending stage combat, dance, physical theater, clowning, and traditional theatrical convention, our charismatic Ringmaster will lead you through Shakespeare’s most spectacular life or death scenarios.But remember, Violent Delights have violent ends.

Tickets $23 General Admission, $17 Students/Seniors. Click here.

Off the Quill presents Completely Hollywood (Abridged) at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Sep 15-23

Off the Quill presents Completely Hollywood (Abridged) at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Sep 15-23

Completely Hollywood (abridged)
By Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor
Additional Material: Dominic Conti
September 15 – 23, 2017

Friday, September 15th at 8 pm
Saturday, September 16th at 8 pm
Sunday, September 17th at 4 pm
Friday, September 22nd at 8 pm
Saturday, September 23rd at 8 pm

Location: Joe’s Movement Emporium

With just 30 days between idea and execution, Off the Quill brings you Completely Hollywood, a tribute to all things Cinema. The frenetic comedy from the team that brought you the award winning Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged) [revised] has the actors tackling 186 films, plus a screen mashup of their own, in just 90 minutes.

Off the Quill was founded by four like-minded friends (Patrick Mullen, Katie Wanschura, Leanne Dinverno, and J. Peter Langsdorf) who wanted to create a different kind of theater experience. One that blends many different mediums, like stage combat, dance, clowning, physicality, to present truly compelling stories to the audience. We aim to take classic and modern stories and make them our own, either by writing new material or presenting them in innovative ways.

Tickets: $20 General Admission, $17 Student, Senior or Veteran. Click here.

Off the Quill presents King Kirby at the Greenbelt Arts Center, Jul 28-Aug 12

Off the Quill presents King Kirby at the Greenbelt Arts Center, Jul 28-Aug 12

Off The Quill presents:
King Kirby
by Crystal Skillman and Fred van Lante
Directed by Keith Cassidy

July 28 – August 12, 2017
July 28, 29, August 4, 5, 11, 12 at 8PM
Sunday matinee: August 6 at 2PM

PARENTAL ADVISORY: Contains adult language and is not suitable for young children.

Location: Greenbelt Arts Center

Even the origin stories have an origin story. For over 50 years, Jack Kirby was the driving force behind the most iconic comic book characters in American pop culture. This is the story of the work that made the marvels.

Ticket prices: $22 General Admission, $20 Students/Seniors/Military, $12 Youth (12 and under with adult). Buy tickets here.

Off the Quill presents A Few Good Men at the Greenbelt Arts Center, Jul 29-Aug 14

Off the Quill presents A Few Good Men at the Greenbelt Arts Center, Jul 29-Aug 14

Off the Quill presents
A Few Good Men
by Aaron Sorkin
Directed by Patrick Mullen
July 29 – August 14, 2016
July 29 & 30, August 5, 6, 7, 12 & 13, 2016

Location: Greenbelt Arts Center

When do the ends no longer justify the means? This is just one of the questions raised in Academy-Award winner Aaron Sorkin’s hit Broadway debut. A Few Good Men follows the court martial of two Marines in the summer of 1986, put on trial for the suspicious death of PFC William Santiago. Assigned to the case is Lt. Daniel Kaffee, a young JAG with a penchant for plea bargaining. Under pressure from Lt. Cmdr. Jo Galloway, Kaffee and the Defense find themselves uncovering a conspiracy, confronting the morality of war, and indicting the Marine Corps Code of Honor.