Tag: Atlantic Theater Company

Searching for a Shore, This Family Settles Into Silence

[article as originally published in The Clyde Fitch Report, September 17, 2017.] On the Shore of the Wide World, first staged in Manchester and London in 2005, is the first Atlantic Theater Company show of the 2017-18 season. with American actors edging into various regional accents and a British reserve. Playwright Simon Stephens, who has been embraced by Broadway

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Happy Accidents, Competition, and the Best Idea Wins: Prayers of Halley Feiffer

[article originally published at HowlRound, February 24, 2015.] I recently sat down with Halley Feiffer to talk about the Atlantic Theatre Company’s production of her play I’m Gonna Pray for You So Hard. At the time we spoke, I had seen the play twice—a July 2014 reading at the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference while I

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review: the collection & a kind of alaska

The Collection & A Kind of Alaska Two Plays by Harold Pinter Directed by Karen Kohlhaas Featuring Larry Bryggman, Lisa Emery, Rebecca Henderson Atlantic Theater Company at Classic Stage Company 136 E 13th St production web site: http://www.atlantictheater.org/page.aspx?id=12017065 November 3, 2010 – December 12, 2010 Reviewed by Martha Wade Steketee November 7, 2010 (preview) Several decades ago I saw No Man’s

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review: bottom of the world

Bottom of the World By Lucy Thurber Directed by Caitriona McLaughlin Featuring Crystal A. Dickinson, Jessica Love, Aubrey Dollar, Kristin Griffith Atlantic Theater Company, Atlantic Stage 2, 330 W 16th Street production web site: http://www.atlantictheater.org/page.aspx?id=12017059 through October 3, 2010 Reviewed by Martha Wade Steketee September 23, 2010 The stage universe of Lucy Thurber’s Bottom of the

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latino mixfest 2010 wrap-up: favorite dialogue moments

http://www.atlantictheater.org/page.aspx?id=12017056 Day 3 of the festival, Atlantic Theater Company, Stage 2, 330 W 16 Street.  14 August 2010. Saturday, the 3rd day of the Latino Mixfest festival, I show up to see the final 2 readings, both by hot young playwrights who have taken a turn through Chicago (passing through or settling in).  Kris Diaz,

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