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Atlantic Theater Company Announces 2014 - 2015 Season

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WORLD PREMIERE PRODUCTIONS FROM HUNTER BELL,
HALLEY FEIFFER, RAJIV JOSEPH and DOUG WRIGHT

AN AMERICAN PREMIERE FROM MOIRA BUFFINI,
DOUBLE BILL REVIVAL FROM ATLANTIC FOUNDER DAVID MAMET
AND A PAIR OF ATLANTIC FOR KIDS MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS

Written and Directed by Doug Wright
February 25, 2015 – April 5, 2015
Opens March 2015
Linda Gross Theater

WORLD PREMIERE
GUARDS AT THE TAJ
By Rajiv Joseph
May 6, 2015 – June 14, 2015
Opens June 2015
Linda Gross Theater

DAVID MAMET REVIVAL
GHOST STORIES: THE SHAWL and PRAIRIE DU CHIEN
By David Mamet
May 27, 2015 – June 21, 2015
Opens June 9, 2015
Atlantic Stage 2


"ATLANTIC FOR KIDS" MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS

IVY & BEAN, THE MUSICAL
Music and lyrics by Scott Elmegreen
Based on the books by Annie Barrows, Illustrated by Sophie Blackall
October 10, 2014 – November 9, 2014

CAMP KAPPAWANNA
Music and lyrics by Grammy Award® nominee Lisa Loeb, Michelle Lewis and Dan Petty
Book by Cusi Cram and Peter Hirsch
March 21, 2015 – April 12, 2015


Atlantic Theater Company (Neil Pepe, Artistic Director, Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director) is proud to announce its 2014 - 2015 season productions, featuring world premiere productions from Hunter Bell and Lee Overtree, Halley Feiffer, Rajiv Joseph and Doug Wright, an American premiere from Moira Buffini and a revival from Atlantic's founder David Mamet.

The 2014 – 2015 season begins with the original world premiere new musical FOUND - not only based on a true story - but on hundreds of them. From the Tony Award® nominated co-creator of [title of show] and the creative team of the nationally renowned Story Pirates, Atlantic is proud to present this vibrant new musical with a book by Hunter Bell and Lee Overtree featuring original musical and lyrics by Eli Bolin, directed by Lee Overtree.

Following the acclaimed American premiere of Gabriel in 2010, Moira Buffini returns to Atlantic with DYING FOR IT, an adaptation of the timely and riotous Soviet era farce by Nikolai Erdman, directed by Atlantic Artistic Director Neil Pepe.

Returning to Atlantic following her acclaimed performance in last season's Women or Nothing, Halley Feiffer brings her daring and humorous world premiere play I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD to Stage 2, staged by Trip Cullman (A Small Fire, The Drunken City).

Atlantic will welcome Pulitzer Prize® and Tony Award® winning author Doug Wright (I Am My Own Wife, Quills), who will direct the world premiere of his latest work, POSTERITY, commissioned by Atlantic Theater Company, and made possible, in part, by support from The Ibsen Awards.

Celebrated playwright Rajiv Joseph (Broadway's Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) will bring a bold and surprising new play to Atlantic with GUARDS AT THE TAJ.

Atlantic will conclude its 2014-2015 season at Stage 2 with an intimate revival of two haunting short plays THE SHAWL and PRAIRIE DU CHEN by Atlantic's co-founder and one of America's most influential dramatists, Pulitzer Prize® winner David Mamet.

In addition to Atlantic Theater Company's mainstage and Stage 2 season offerings, the acclaimed Atlantic For Kids series will present a pair of musicals at the Linda Gross Theater on weekend mornings in the fall and spring. Based on the New York Times best-selling children's books series by author Annie Barrows and illustrator Sophie Blackhall, IVY & BEAN, THE MUSICAL will feature music and lyrics by Scott Elmegreen. The musical Camp Kappawanna will feature music and lyrics by Grammy Award® nominee Lisa Loeb (Stay), Michelle Lewis and Dan Petty​ with a book by Cusi Cram and Peter Hirsch.

Atlantic Theater Company Season Memberships are available now. Become an Atlantic Member for the 2014 – 2015 season and receive exclusive access to tickets for all season productions before the general public. Save 20% over single ticket purchases with one of Atlantic's three, flat rate memberships and for the first time ever with no additional fees.


ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY 2014-2015 SEASON

Linda Gross Theater
World Premiere New Musical
FOUND
Book by Hunter Bell and Lee Overtree
Music and Lyrics by Eli Bolin
Directed by Lee Overtree

FOUND was created from scores of surprising and eccentric discarded notes and letters that have been "found" in the real world by every-day people. Inspired by actual events, the show follows Davy who, along with his two best friends, is lost and broke. When he finds a strangely revealing note on his windshield meant for someone else, it sparks an outlandish idea that finds him and his compatriots on a wild, comedic journey. By bringing a host of real notes and letters from Davy Rothbart's popular Found Magazine to irreverent theatrical life, this raucous and insightful new musical tells a story of ambition, betrayal and loyalty while celebrating the weirdness in all of us.

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Linda Gross Theater
American Premiere
DYING FOR IT
By Moira Buffini
A free adaptation of The Suicide by Nikolai Erdman
Directed by Neil Pepe

DYING FOR IT is the story of Semyon, a man down on his luck, married to a nag, and out of options. When he decides to throw in the towel and kill himself, a deluge of sympathetic visitors descends upon him, determined to make him a martyr for their many causes. Swept up in the firestorm of attention, Semyon does take matters into his own hands, but not quite in the fashion that everyone expects. An outrageous satire on the hypocrisy and illogic of Soviet life, this play was banned by Stalin before it ever saw the light of day, and is now regarded as an under-known 20th century classic comedy.

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Atlantic Stage 2
World Premiere
I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD
By Halley Feiffer
Directed by Trip Cullman

Ella is a precocious and fiercely competitive actress whose sole aim in life is making her famous playwright father David proud. Over the course of a boozy, drug-fueled evening, Ella and David deliberate over whether to read the reviews of her off-Broadway debut… and things unravel from there. Halley Feiffer's dark, probing and very funny new play pulls the audience into the middle of a deeply complicated relationship and sheds new light on the eternal struggles of parents and children to find common ground.

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Linda Gross Theater
World Premiere
POSTERITY
Written and directed by Doug Wright

Norway's most celebrated sculptor is commissioned to create the last official portrait of her most famous writer, but Henrik Ibsen proves to be an irascible, contentious sitter, as the two men wage war over his legacy and his likeness. With his inimitable wit and insight, Doug Wright explores the nature of artistic success and the fear of being forgotten.

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Linda Gross Theater
World Premiere
GUARDS AT THE TAJ
By Rajiv Joseph

In 1648 India, two Imperial Guards watch from their post as the sun rises for the first time on the newly-completed Taj Mahal- an event that shakes their respective worlds. When they are ordered to perform an unthinkable task, the aftermath forces them to question the concept of friendship, beauty and duty, and changes them forever.

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Atlantic Stage 2
David Mamet Revival
GHOST STORIES: THE SHAWL and PRAIRIE DU CHEN
By David Mamet

THE SHAWL is the story of bereaved woman who consults a smalltime mystic for guidance.
As the mystic collects clues to make contact with the dearly departed, will he help this woman through her grief, or merely help himself?

In PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, a railroad car speeding through the Wisconsin night is the setting for a story of obsessive jealousy, murder and suicide, punctuated by a friendly card game that explodes into a moment of menace.

ATLANTIC FOR KIDS PRODUCTIONS

IVY & BEAN THE MUSICAL
Music and lyrics by Scott Elmegreen
Based on the books by Annie Barrows, Illustrated by Sophie Blackall
Linda Gross Theater

Based on the New York Times best-selling children's books series by author Annie Barrows and Illustrator Sophie Blackhall, Ivy & Bean, The Musical is the story of an unexpected friendship between two very different second graders. The moment they saw each other, Bean and Ivy knew they would never like each other. Bean is loud and wild and goofy. Ivy is quiet and full of ideas. But when Bean plays a joke on her sister, and needs a place to hide, Ivy comes to the rescue. When the two become a team, there's mischief and laughter at every turn—along with lessons to be learned about the challenges and joy of family, friendship, and love.

CAMP KAPPAWANNA
Music and Lyrics by Grammy Award® nominee Lisa Loeb (Stay), Michelle Lewis and Dan Petty​ ​
Book by Cusi Cram and Peter Hirsch
Linda Gross Theater

Following the misadventures of 12-year old Jennifer Jenkins, Camp Kappawanna portrays the fear and excitement of leaving home for the first time through lyrics and music by Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Lisa Loeb. This lighthearted musical, inspired by Loeb's own nostalgic summer camp memories, includes fun, silly and serious songs that will take you back to your childhood days.

BIOGRAPHIES

FOUND

HUNTER BELL (Book) OBIE Award, Drama League nomination, Tony nomination for the original Broadway musical [title of show]. Other credits: Books for Now. Here. This. (Vineyard Theatre), Silence! The Musical, Bellobration! (Ringling Circus), Villains Tonight! (Disney Cruise Lines), Julie Andrews' The Great American Mousical. Co-creator web series the [title of show] show. Developed television with ABC Studios and Cherry-Wind Productions. Original material: BC/EFA's Easter Bonnet, Gypsy of the Year, Broadway Bares Wonderland and Click It!, Actor's Fund 125th Anniversary Gala, Vineyard Theatre's 25th Anniversary Gala, 53rd Annual Drama Desk Awards. Original cast recordings: [title of show], Now. Here. This. on Ghostlight Records. Graduate and distinguished alumnus of Webster University's Conservatory of Theatre Arts, member of the Dramatists Guild, Writers Guild, and a MacDowell Fellow.

LEE OVERTREE (Director, Book) has served as Artistic Director of Story Pirates since he co-founded the organization in 2003. His productions have been presented at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, Solid Sound Festival (curated by the band Wilco), Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival in Seattle, and at dozens of theaters in New York, including at Symphony Space, Ars Nova, Dixon Place, Galapagos and the Upright Citizen's Brigade. Other writing/directing credits include productions for major publishing houses, the American Museum of Natural History in New York City and The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. Lee hosts and directs the weekly Sirius/XM show Story Pirates Radio. He is an alumnus of Northwestern University.

ELI BOLIN (Music and Original Lyrics) is music director of Story Pirates, which performs songs and sketches adapted from the creative writing of children all over the country. Theater: Volleygirls (NYMF 'Best of Fest' 2013), Skippyjon Jones (Lucille Lortel nomination), Roller Disco, Fringical!, Schmoozy Togetherness, I Sing! TV: "Sesame Street," "Billy on the Street" and two Kristen Schaal comedy specials ("Comedy Central Presents" and "Live at the Fillmore"). As an actor, Eli appeared on NBC's "30 Rock" as a member of the Woggels. Eli is a graduate of Northwestern, a member of ASCAP and the Dramatists Guild and is represented by Abrams Artists.

DYING FOR IT

MOIRA BUFFINI (Adaptation). Plays include Handbagged for the Tricycle Theatre; West End transfer and Olivier Award Winner for Best Off West End play. Welcome To Thebes and Dinner (Olivier Award nomination Best Comedy) for the National Theatre, Dying For It (adapted from Nicolai Erdman's The Suicide) and Marianne Dreams (adapted from Catherine Storr's book) for the Almeida, A Vampire Story for NT Connections, Loveplay for the RSC, Silence for Birmingham Rep (Susan Smith Blackburn Prize), Gabriel for Soho Theatre (LWT Plays On Stage Award and the Meyer Whitworth Award) as well as Atlantic Theater Company Off Broadway, Blavatsky's Tower for the Machine Room and Jordan with Anna Reynolds for The Gate (Writers Guild Award for best fringe play). Screenplays include Tamara Drewe directed by Stephen Frears, Jane Eyre directed by Cary Fukanaga and Byzantium, adapted from her play A Vampire Story, directed by Neil Jordan. Next up is Sutton Hoo, directed by Susanne Bier starring Cate Blanchett, filming Autumn 2014. Moira recently directed her first short film, Father.

NIKOLAI ERDMAN (1900-1970) was a Soviet playwright and screenwriter primarily remembered for his work with the director Vsevolod Meyerhold in the 1920's. His plays, notably The Suicide (1928) form a literary link between the satirical work of the great Russian writer Nikolai Gogol, and the post-WWII sensibility of the Theatre of the Absurd. Erdman's masterpiece had a tortuous production history. Meyerhold's attempts to stage the play were thwarted by Soviet authorities. The Vakhtangov Theatre also failed to overcome censorship difficulties. At last Konstantin Stanislavsky sent a letter to Joseph Stalin, in which he compared Erdman to Gogol and cited Maxim Gorky's enthusiasm for the play. The permission to stage the play was granted, only to be revoked on the very eve of the premiere. Erdman was arrested in 1933 on political grounds, exiled to Siberia, and spent the rest of his years outside theatrical circles, writing slight screenplays for children's films. It was not until 1990, twenty years after Erdman's death, that The Suicide was finally produced in Moscow at Yuri Lyubimov's famed Taganka Theatre.

NEIL PEPE (Director) recently staged the acclaimed world premiere production of John Guare's 3 Kinds of Exile at Atlantic and the Broadway production of the new musical Hands on a Hardbody. Other Broadway credits include the acclaimed revival of Speed-the-Plow and David Mamet's A Life in the Theatre. Off-Broadway: Jez Butterworth's Parlour Song, Mojo and The Night Heron; Ethan Coen's Happy Hour, Offices and Almost an Evening; Harold Pinter's Celebration and The Room; Adam Rapp's Dreams of Flying, Dreams of Falling;Joe Penhall's Blue/Orange; Hilary Bell's Wolf Lullaby; David Pittu's What's That Smell?; Howard Korder's Sea of Tranquility (all at Atlantic); David Mamet's American Buffalo (Donmar Warehouse, Atlantic); Romance, Keep Your Pantheon/School (Center Theatre Group, Atlantic); Zinnie Harris' Further than the Furthest Thing (Manhattan Theater Club); Jessica Goldberg's Refuge (Playwrights Horizons); Tom Donaghy's The Beginning of August (South Coast Repertory, Atlantic). Frank Gilroy's The Subject Was Roses with Martin Sheen (CTG). Also, Eric Bogosian's Red Angel (Williamstown Theater Festival). Since 1992, Neil has been the artistic director of the award-winning Off-Broadway company, Atlantic Theater Company.

I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD

HALLEY FEIFFER (Playwright) is a New York-based playwright and actress. Her full-length plays include Sidney and Laura (terraNOVA Groundworks Series, NYTW Mondays @ 3), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Rising Phoenix Rep Cino Nights, Harold Clurman Lab) and How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them, which had its world premiere last Fall at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre (dir. Kip Fagan). Her plays have been produced or developed by Second Stage, The Orchard Project, Berkshire Theatre Group, Naked Angels, Cape Cod Theatre Project, SPACE on Ryder Farm, and the Stella Adler Studio, where she was a playwright-in-residence last year. Her work is published by Vintage Books and Smith & Kraus. She is an alumna of terraNOVA's Groundbreakers Playwrights' Group, a former resident writer for Blue Man Group, and a winner of the Young Playwright's Competition. She is currently working on commissions for Keen Company and Manhattan Theatre Club. As an actress, her credits include the current revival of Jon Robin Baitz' The Substance of Fire at Second Stage, (dir. Trip Cullman), as well as the recent production of Ethan Coen's Women or Nothing (Atlantic, dir. David Cromer), Kenneth Lonergan's Medieval Play (Signature, dir. Kenneth Lonergan), the Broadway revival of John Guare's The House of Blue Leaves (Theatre World Award, dir. David Cromer), Kim Rosenstock's Tigers Be Still (Roundabout; Drama League Nom., dir. Sam Gold), HBO's "Bored To Death" and "Mildred Pierce," and the films The Squid and the Whale, Margot at the Wedding, and He's Way More Famous Than You (dir. Michael Urie), which she co-wrote with Ryan Spahn and which was released in theaters last May. She holds a BA from Wesleyan University.

TRIP CULLMAN (Director). Select NYC: Jon Robin Baitz's The Substance of Fire (Second Stage), Tarrell Alvin McCraney's Choir Boy (Manhattan Theater Club), Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash's Murder Ballad (Manhattan Theater Club and Union Square Theater), Paul Weitz's Lonely, I'm Not (Second Stage), Leslye Headland's Assistance (Playwrights Horizons), Adam Bock's A Small Fire (Playwrights Horizons, Drama Desk nom.), Adam Rapp's The Hallway Trilogy: Nursing (Rattlestick), Headland's Bachelorette (Second Stage), Terrence McNally's Some Men (Second Stage), Bert V. Royal's Dog Sees God (Century Center), Bock's The Drunken City (Playwrights Horizons), Weitz's Roulette (EST), Jonathan Tolins's The Last Sunday In June (Rattlestick and Century Center), Bock's Swimming In The Shallows (Second Stage), Gina Gionfriddo's US Drag (stageFARM), and several productions with The Play Company. Select regional: McCraney's Choir Boy (Alliance), John Guare's Six Degrees of Separation (Old Globe), Richard Greenberg's The Injured Party (South Coast Rep), McNally's Unusual Acts of Devotion (La Jolla Playhouse), Christopher Durang's Betty's Summer Vacation (Bay Street), Bess Wohl's Touched (Williamstown Theater Festival). Upcoming: Bock's The Colby Sisters of Pittsburgh, PA (Tricycle Theatre, London), McCraney's Choir Boy (Geffen Playhouse), Simon Stephens's Punk Rock (MCC).

POSTERITY

DOUG WRIGHT (Playwright and Director). Broadway: Books for the musicals Hands On a Hardbody (Drama Desk nomination), The Little Mermaid and Grey Gardens (Tony® and Drama Desk Nominations). The play I Am My Own Wife (Pulitzer, Tony Award®, Drama Desk, GLAAD Media Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Lucille Lortel Award.) Earlier in his career, Mr. Wright won an Obie Award for outstanding achievement in playwriting for Quills. He went on to write the screenplay adaptation, making his motion picture debut. The film was named Best Picture by the National Board of Review and nominated for three Academy Awards®. His screenplay was nominated for a Golden Globe Award®, and received the Paul Selvin Award from the Writer's Guild of America. For director Rob Marshall, Doug wrote the television special "Tony Bennett: An American Classic," which received seven Emmy Awards®. Directing credits include Strindberg's Creditors (Best Production, San Diego Critics Association) and acting work includes the films Two Lovers and Little Manhattan, as well as two episodes of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." For career achievement, Mr. Wright is a member of the Dramatists Guild, the Writer's Guild of America, East, the Screen Actors Guild and the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. Currently, he serves on the board of the New York Theater Workshop. He lives in New York with his partner, singer/songwriter David Clement.

GUARDS AT THE TAJ

RAJIV JOSEPH's (Playwright) plays include Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, a 2010 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, Gruesome Playground Injuries, Animals Out of Paper, The North Pool, The Lake Effect, and Mr. Wolf. He is the book-writer and co-lyricist for the musical, Fly. Rajiv also wrote for the Showtime series "Nurse Jackie" for seasons 3 and 4. Additionally, Rajiv was the co-screenwriter of the film Draft Day, which was released earlier this year, starring Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner. Rajiv received his B.A. in Creative Writing from Miami University and his M.F.A. in Playwriting from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He served for three years in the Peace Corps in Senegal, West Africa.



GHOST STORIES: THE SHAWL and PRAIRIE DU CHEN

DAVID MAMET (Playwright). Plays: Keep Your Pantheon (world premiere, Center Theatre Group 2008), Romance (world premiere Atlantic 2005, Mark Taper Forum), November, Boston Marriage, Oleanna, Glengarry Glen Ross (1984 Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics Award), American Buffalo, The Old Neighborhood, A Life In The Theater, Speed-the-Plow, Edmond, Lakeboat, The Water Engine, The Woods, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, Reunion and The Cryptogram (1995 Obie Award). Translations and adaptations: The Voysey Inheritance by Harvey Granville-Barker, Red River by Pierre Laville and The Cherry Orchard, Three Sisters and Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekov and Faustus. Films: The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Verdict, The Untouchables, House of Games (writer/director), Oleanna (writer/director), Homicide (writer/director), The Spanish Prisoner (writer/director), Hoffa, Wag the Dog, The Edge, The Winslow Boy (writer/director), Hannibal, State and Main (writer/director), Heist (writer/director), Spartan (writer/director), Redbelt (writer/director). Mr. Mamet is also the author of Warm and Cold, a book for children with drawings by Donald Sultan and two other children's books, Passover and The Duck and the Goat; Writing in Restaurants, Some Freaks and Make-Believe Town, three volumes of essays; The Hero Pony and The China Man, a book of poems; Three Children's Plays, On Directing Film, The Cabin and the novels The Village, The Old Religion and Wilson. His most recent books include the acting books, True and False and Three Uses of the Knife, The Wicked Son, and Bambi Vs. Godzilla. Mr. Mamet was also a co-creator of the 4-season running, hit CBS television series "The Unit." He is a co-founder and member of Atlantic Theater Company.

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ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY (Neil Pepe, Artistic Director; Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director) is the award winning Off-Broadway theater that produces great plays simply and truthfully, utilizing an artistic ensemble. Atlantic believes that the story of a play and the intent of its playwright are at the core of the creative process. The plays in the Atlantic repertory, from both new and established playwrights, are boldly interpreted by today's finest theater artists and resonate with contemporary audiences. Since its inception over 29 years ago, Atlantic has produced more than 150 plays including Tony Award® winning productions of Spring Awakening and The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Martin McDonagh); New York Drama Critics Circle winner for Best New Play, The Night Alive (Conor McPherson) world premieres of Almost an Evening, Offices, Happy Hour and Women or Nothing (Ethan Coen); The Threepenny Opera; Our New Girl (Nancy Harris) Bluebird and Harper Regan (Simon Stephens); What Rhymes With America (Melissa James Gibson); 3 Kinds of Exile (John Guare); Storefront Church (John Patrick Shanley); The Lieutenant of Inishmore and The Cripple of Inishmaan (Martin McDonagh); Body Awareness (Annie Baker); Romance (David Mamet); Through a Glass Darkly (Ingmar Bergman, adapted by Jenny Worton); Farragut North (Beau Willimon); Blue/Orange (Joe Penhall); Port Authority and Dublin Carol (Conor McPherson); Writer's Block (Woody Allen); American Buffalo and Edmond (David Mamet); The Cider House Rules(adapted by Peter Parnell); Good Television (Rod McLachlan); Celebration & The Room, The Collection & A Kind of Alaska and The Hothouse (Harold Pinter); Gabriel (Moira Buffini); Oohrah! (Bekah Brunstetter); Mojo, Parlour Song (Jez Butterworth); Boys' Life and The Lights (Howard Korder); Distant Fires (Kevin Heelan); The Lying Lesson, Missing Persons (Craig Lucas).

Atlantic has garnered 12 Tony Awards®, 12 Lucille Lortel Awards, 15 Obie Awards, seven Drama Desk Awards, five Outer Critics Circle Awards and three Drama League Awards. Atlantic also operates The Atlantic Theater Company Acting School, which has an undergraduate program in conjunction with NYU, as well as a two-year professional acting program and a six-week intensive workshop every summer. Atlantic for Kids and the Educational Outreach Program partners with schools and teachers throughout the greater metropolitan area coordinating in-school visits of teaching artists and post-theater talkbacks.

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY MAIN STAGE AT THE LINDA GROSS THEATER is located at 336 West 20th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues).

ATLANTIC STAGE 2 is located at 330 West 16th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues).

MEMBERSHIP & TICKETS:
Save 20% over single ticket purchases with one of our three, flat rate 2014 – 2015 Season Membership Packages:

ALL-ONE-MEMBERSHIP (6 Plays): $279
Pay in advance and see our full 2014-15 Season, getting one ticket to each of our four Mainstage and two Stage 2 productions.

4-PLAY FLEX PASS MEMBERSHIP (4 Plays): $219
Pay in advance and get four tickets that can be used for any Mainstage or Stage 2 Atlantic productions. One ticket per show.

PAY-AS-YOU-GO MEMBERSHIP: $79
Pay a one-time membership fee and get access to any of our productions for a discounted rate ($40 at the Mainstage and $35 at Stage 2), along with all the benefits of other memberships. One ticket per show.

Memberships can be purchased online at www.atlantictheater.org, by calling OvationTix at 866-811-4111, or in person at the LINDA GROSS THEATER BOX OFFICE (336 West 20th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues). The box office is open from Tuesday through Saturday from 12:00pm – 6:00pm.

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Andrew C. McGibbon

 

Andrew C. McGibbon has spent the past thirty years working in live theatre as a stage manager, general manager, producer and leader in the convergence of Broadway and online.

Mr. McGibbon worked as a stage manager and general manager for ten years. In 1994 he created a website devoted to live theatre, BroadwayWorld-Wide.com. The site was subsequently bought by, and became Playbill.com. He continued to manage the site for Playbill for four years. In 2000 he became the website manager for TonyAwards.com. With the 2008-09 season he finished his ninth year on the show. He has also worked as a webmaster for the Broadway League and Jazz at Lincoln Center. He is presently the Director of Digital Media for the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.

Mr. McGibbon is a member of the American Theatre Critics Association, the Independent Theatre Bloggers Association, AEA and AFTRA.

In addition to his work in the theatrical industry, Mr. McGibbon is also a partner in Simple Solutions Distributing, a manufacturer of filtration equipment for the waste-water industry.

Photo: Elizabeth Leitzell

 

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