Dealing with her own ambivalence about womanhood, McQuade as Megan takes us through a wonderfully engaging hour or so of Gogerty's evolving interpretation of Lady Macbeth's ambition and the Witches anarchy. Twisting and winding through the experience of being a female comedian in today's culture, it doesn't seem as though the concept could result in the rich tapestry of thought and emotion it provides. But it does...
McQuade is a pure delight, engaging us from her seemingly unassuming entrance until after the curtain call. She sparkles, broods, and invites us into Gogerty's world and endears us to her as if she is, well, a... a golden retriever. But she's so much more than that in the end: a child, a comedian, a woman, a friend, a wife, a sage, a witch."
We are still in the middle of a new spike of Covid 19, so Ground Floor Theatre has instituted some mitigation polices to keep you and our team safe.
Proof of vaccination or a recent (within 72 hours) negative Covid test is required.
Masks must be worn at all times covering both mouth and nose
socially distanced seating
HEPA filtration throughout the theatre and backstage
hand sanitizer available
We are offering 2 opportunities to watch the show live-streamed
Coming Soon - Small Steps - a World Premiere Comedy
We're "over the moon" to be presenting the World Premiere of local playwright, Briandaniel Oglesby's SMALL STEPS, in cooperation with Ground Floor Theatre and with the generous support of Scriptworks. Our planned production for September had to be postponed due to Covid, but stay tuned for new dates!!
A campy, sci-fi tale that feels all too relevant in our current timeline, Oglesby takes us on a semi-autobiographical journey spanning a million laughs, and fifty-five million miles.