Here is your chance to peel back the curtain of Quincy Community Theatre's next live show!

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Live theatre has officially returned to the Quincy Community Theatre stage, and now that it is back you can once again have an opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the magic that goes into doing live theatre for the upcoming performances of "Wonderful Things"

It's called a Discovery Night, and what that means is a chance for you to come to the theatre while the cast is still rehearsing, the set is still being built, and all the technical elements are still being ironed out, to see what goes into the making of the next show at Quincy Community Theatre. That show of course being "Wonderful Things: The Songs of Jerry Herman" which performs the middle two weekends of May, and you can buy tickets for by clicking here! The Discovery Night is on May 3rd at 6pm, and on the Facebook event page they say...

"Do you know what it takes to create an original musical revue? What inspired the selection of Jerry Herman songs? Who is Jerry Herman? Learn these things and more at Discovery Night. Plus, you'll get an exclusive sneak peek at the production."

The Discovery Night is free BUT you need to register before hand if you plan to attend in person you can register by clicking here! 

I love being apart of Discovery Night's with QCT, they are fun to show off your production to the public, but also as a patron it is always interesting to see the curtain peeled back and then see the show a week later and have a better understanding of what the show is all about!

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