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                                                                                             Logo courtesy of Lindsey Augusta Mercer.


It's Monday.


And if it's the second one in the month, come on over to Below Zero Lounge on Walnut St between 12th St. and Central Ave. to see a free reading of a queer play by local professionals who work at theaters across the city.


Started as an effort to allow actors to flex their muscles in an expedited rehearsal process, QCQTC brings free public theater to Cincinnati's queer bar scene, giving locals the chance to celebrate the queer experience in art while enjoying drinks and  downtown nightlife.


For press, including an article written by Linnea Bond and published in UNITE Magazine, follow links below.



Past and upcoming performances:

November 10, 2014                                                     The Beebo Brinker Chronicles

December 8                                                                  The Normal Heart

January 12                                                                     And Baby Makes Seven

February 9                                                                    The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me

March 9                                                                          Stop Kiss

April 13                                                                          Independence

May (dates forthcoming)                                            Heard, by Linnea Bond, a full

                                                                                        production presented in the 2015

                                                                                        Cincinnati Fringe Festival


For our article in the Cincinnati Enquirer.


For our article in UNITE.


For Behind the Curtain or The Sappy Critic, which feature us regularly.

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