WELCOME TO THE DQT

 

UPCOMING PROJECTS:

 

MISS QUINCE by Cynthia DeCure

 Directed by Melissa Crespo
Friday, May 2nd @ 8pm
ART/NY 520 8th Ave 10018
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(This 30/30 reading will be presented with the DQT, in collaboration with Caridad Svich and the US Latina/o theatre/NoPassport reading scheme)
CLICK HERE for more info

 

HOOKED by Danielle Burby

CLICK HERE for tickets

hooked poster

 

ACCIDENTS WAITING TO HAPPEN by Jonathan Libman

Accients

Produced by Stable Cable Lab Co.  CLICK HERE for details.

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Office PLays

Come support DQT member Maria Torres who has a play in ‘THE OFFICE PLAYS’ at HP Studios

When: April 11-27

Where: HP Studios, 124 Bank St

Tickets: CLICK HERE

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Donate to the DQT here.

  • Coda (for Freddie Blue) by Fred Crecca
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Coda (for Freddie Blue) by Fred Crecca
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Coda (for Freddie Blue) by Fred Crecca
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Coda (for Freddie Blue) by Fred Crecca
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Coda (for Freddie Blue) by Fred Crecca
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Coda (for Freddie Blue) by Fred Crecca
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Firehouse by Pedro Garcia
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Firehouse by Pedro Garcia
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Rye n' Ginger by Fred Crecca
  • Firehouse by Pedro Garcia
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Rye n' Ginger by Fred Crecca
  • Firehouse by Pedro Garcia
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Rye n' Ginger by Fred Crecca
  • Firehouse by Pedro Garcia
    photo by Stephen Andrus
  • Wallenberg by Maria Elena Torres
  • Wallenberg by Maria Elena Torres
  • Wallenberg by Maria Elena Torres
  • Wallenberg by Maria Elena Torres
  • Wallenberg by Maria Elena Torres

Second Stage at the Kilmat Lounge
Member playwrights critique new works by guest writers or plays from our own membership!
Workshops
How to Ask People for Money  is an audience interactive workshop lead by Andrew Frank to help artists get over any fear, revulsion, and other negative feelings about asking for money to fund their projects.