Quiche is, to borrow an eggspression from The Nanny, "the tart with heart."
The play embraces the coming out eggsperience with sensitivity, creativity, and festivity.
And that's not the only revelation that's cause for celebration: Out of respect for the egg (and because we'll never be out of respect for the egg), we are now officially bookable!
So let's get this show back on the road...
Saturday, February 10
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Sunday, March 10
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Have show, will travel: In order to reach as many folks as possible who need to see themselves represented onstage regularly, realistically, and respectfully, Quiche is available throughout the calendar year, as well as the calendar queer.
It's the perfect way (and the perfect play) to celebrate Women's History Month, Pride Month, Queer History Month, and of course Lesbian Visibility Day.
If you are part of or know of congregations, organizations, libraries, or schools that might like to host the hilarious and gregarious Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein, please get in touch with our Artistic Director at allison.fradkin [at] mosaicplayers [dot] org.
Test-egg-monials from our Hosts
It was our pleasure to host Mosaic Players. I heard so much positive feedback, people really loved the show! This wasn't just about bringing joy into people's Sunday afternoon (though the performance most certainly did). It was about inviting friends, family, and strangers to come together as one to support, embrace, belong to, love, and understand just a little bit more about the LGBTQIA+ community. Thank you ALL for your support in this work. I look forward to doing more together in the future! -- Congregation Or Shalom of Vernon Hills
It was so much fun. I know it took a lot of work to provide this show for us and I really appreciate it. It was a great experience for our community! -- Unitarian Universalist Church of Elgin
Tonight we hosted the Mosaic Players and their play 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche. We all had a blast and found you and your troupe to be kind, genuine people. It was a wonderfully egg-citing evening! Not only was the play so enjoyable and joyful, but we were able to hear the testimonies of the all-LGBTQ cast and people in the room. They shared their personal journeys of pain and rejection in life and in other faith communities and their happiness at being able to be themselves and represent their LGBTQ sisters in such an open and joyful way, through humor and silliness. Friends, know that when you are feeling discouraged about the modern world and questioning if you can really make a difference, yes, you can. Simply love, embrace, welcome, and enjoy. The world has changed for the better. – First Congregational Church of Glen Ellyn
Thank you for all you do to support people of diverse sexual orientations and identities and to offer theatre that promotes dignity, equality, inclusion, and social justice. -- St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Waukegan
I write in celebration of the spectacular theatrical event offered to and received enthusiastically by the assembled audience members. The evening was chock-full of humor, humanity, and hope. I look forward to your return to our community with another entertaining and inspiring production in the times ahead. -- United Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Waukesha
5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.