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Quantum Theatre presents the World Premiere of Red Hills by Sean Christopher Lewis directed by Katie Pearl A Co-production with En Garde Arts August 18-September 10, 2017 The Recycling Building, at the corner of 32nd Street and Smallman Street
Quantum Theatre presents the World Premiere of
by Sean Christopher Lewis
directed by Katie Pearl
A Co-production with En Garde Arts
August 18-September 10, 2017
The Recycling Building, at the corner of 32nd Street and Smallman Street in the Strip District
On the 20th anniversary of the genocide he witnessed firsthand, a copy of David’s book about his time in Rwanda arrives on his doorstep with a note: “There are untruths here.” To find redemption, he must confront long buriedView more
General Admission Tickets: $38-$58 (depending on the night)
Any questions call the office at 412.362.1713
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Special Event Nights:
Opening Night – August 18: Be among the first to see each of our season’s ambitious and expansive projects and celebrate at a special post-show reception with champagne and hors d’oeuvres. Enjoy this unique opportunity to socialize with the performers and show’s creative team!
Sunday Q&A – August 20: The first Sunday performance of each run features a post-show discussion with the cast and director. Dig deeper into each of our thought-provoking productions and learn about the artistic inspirations and production challenges involved with show.
Ladies Night – August 23: Enjoy a ladies-only networking and socializing happy hour before the performance. Quantum brings the drinks and small bites, you bring a group of your friends or just enjoy the chance to meet some of the most adventurous theatregoing women in Pittsburgh.
Quantum Quaff – August 24: Join us for a special pre-show tasting and reception. Jack Brice, our board member and resident oenophile will thoughtfully curate a selection wines or spirits and small bites paired with the themes of each play.
Quantum on the Couch – September 2: Dr. Manuel Reich, Psychiatrist, and Artistic Director Karla Boos lead a unique post-show discussion of the psychological issues raised by the play and its characters. Bring your wisdom, your interpretations and your personal experiences for this engaging one-of-a-kind analysis of our work.
32nd Street and Smallman Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222