We are a virtually different kind of theater company.

When we started, there was no template for creating theater over the internet, which turned out to be perfect because we could remove all the obstacles that held us back.

At the time, we didn’t know what zoom was or how we could use it. Would people even know how to use it? How much would it cost? And what the heck is a virtual background?

We had so many questions, but we watched all of our productions canceled in those horrible first days of Spring 2020.  

We didn’t have to create a “season” of plays; we could choose any plays we wanted to do. It gave us a kind of freedom to select the best work we can find without appeasing a particular audience. We choose the plays, cast the roles, then we find an audience.

Now that we are moving into a post-pandemic world we need to change too. We are moving to a workshop model where we work with playwrights to develop their work. We hope that this is the kind of experience that will make better theater avaialbel and bring new voices out.

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This play has an Iguana for a Protagonist by Liz Dooley

In the aftermath of a massive miscommunication about biology, iguana Arthur comes to the conclusion that his best friend, a human named Mari, must be dying. He makes up his mind to take the most “noble” course of action—whether Mari likes it or not. Part madcap comedy, part menstrual health PSA. The play with an…

What is Forever for Anyway?

Two brothers competing for the love of the same woman never goes well. A wife’s betrayal has consequences. Treachery, however, benign sometimes ends in tragedy. And the truth… well who really knows what good can come of it? Brandon is having an affair with Annie, Arthurs wife. Arthur comes home from work one day to…


Please take a second and donate to the Quarantine Players to help us keep great productions going. WHORTICULTURE is an unflinching look at the ways women/girls go through life. Using narrative and spoken word, this all-female feminist production follows 3 girls coming of age in a toxic culture. Produced by AJ Campbell, Quarantine Players. Directed…

Never Is Now

Our license has expired to show this production. We hope you had a chance to see it.What happens when contemporary people from diverse backgrounds experience the firsthand accounts of ten survivors who were labeled “undesirable” and thrust into Hitler’s systematic genocide. Playwright Wendy Kout disturbingly links then and now so we may understand what breaks…

JUST GET OVER IT by Matthew Garlin

This is the story of a couple that has broken up who gets caught at a resort during a storm and now has no choice but to face the ghosts of the past relationship. Both come clean in a hilarious, high-stakes autopsy of their failed relationship. Original Concept by Matthew Garlin & Samantha Davekos Writing…

The Politics of Fabulousness by Judy Klass

About the Play Gary hopes to re-connect with his estranged older sister Kay, who is visiting Kansas City, where Gary now lives, for an academic conference. Gary lives with Eytan, who was Kay’s high school best friend; now Eytan and Kay hate each other. Eytan and Gary write humorous songs which Gary sings as a…


dark twist on the Gift of the Magi. Della and Jim Young desperately long to be parents. After years of failed fertility treatments and then finding out they are not eligible to be adoptive parents due to Della’s medical history, both embark on their own individual quests to achieve the goal they both believe will…

3 Football Stories of Men behaving Badly during the Super Bowl.

JANEY SMITH: A FOOTBALL FAN MONOLOGUE by Asher Wyndham | A virtual play reading (explicit)’ Please note: there is adult language and themes including explicit language, sex act description, and the realities of sex work in America Janey Smith is a Vikings fan and she’s ready for Super Bowl week. An entire week of sex…


Cynthia, a public school teacher, faces a day of personal and professional trials, including a husband with a nightshift, a job evaluation, and her tween daughter’s determination to switch schools. Written by Ricardo Soltero-BrownDirected by Billy Christopher MaupinProduced by A. J. Campbell, Qurantine Players CAST DEAN KNIGHT ………………………ToddHALIYA ROBERTS………………….CynthiaJACQUELINE JONES ………………DeniseMICHAEL GOODWIN ……………………..FoxNANCY KENT COLLIE…


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How Ten Minute Play Festivals Are Destroying Playwrighting

If you go to any playwright’s portfolio, you will see dozens of 10 minute plays that they wrote to satifsfy the never ending requirements of the old standy the Ten minute play festival. These productions are used by physical theater’s to show their donors that they are engaing with new and exciting playwrights. Bonus points are awarded for “edgy” subject matter.

As a consequence of all these festivals, new playwrights looking to make the “stage” spend hundreds of hours a year that could be better served reading others work and writing their own, working on submission packets to festivals.

The prospect of “being produced” drives playwrights to apply en masse. There are 100’s of applications for four slots. Some playwrights are so desperate to be produced they will apply to hundreds of these festivals every year.

We don’t do ten minute work here unless it is for thematic purposes. Occasionally we will have a night where we put 5 or 6 ten minute plays together around a particular topic. But frankly we would prefer not to do that at all.

Plays need room to breathe. They need words on a page and time to develop. With so much great work being trimmed down to fit into the tyrannical restraints of the ten minute format, we are all losing out. We are being cheated out of a great story because it is more convinet for the producing company to have short work that doesn’t cost much to put on.

We want to see stories that determine the length of the play.

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