Harvard Quarantine Theatre Presents
The inaugural meeting of the Harvard Quarantine Theatre readers on May 22 was a smashing success and we are now ready to launch into our first season of readings with you, our company of players!
Beginning Monday, June 8, we hope you’ll join us in reading every other Monday from 1 pm to 2 pm at this Zoom link (you’ll be asked to enter this password: 706245).
We will continue our reading of Noel Coward’s Present Laughter and after we finish the play (probably 2 or 3 more sessions), we will be looking for another play to read. At the following link, you can read a little about Coward and the play, a summary of what we’ve read so far, and there is also a section in which you can offer suggestions for future plays to be read Here.
Hearing the words read aloud offers a different experience to either reading to yourself or watching the play performed and it’s amazing how collaborative and creative reading with others can be.
The Library offers access to the play for free at this link: (sign in with your Harvard Key).
We’d love you to come and read with us, but everyone is welcome – you can play the audience and just listen, too! Also, if you have someone at home with you who would like to join in, they will be most welcome, as well.
We hope you’ll join us every other Monday for an hour of shared creativity.