ATAwrights: The American Theatre of Actors Playwrights’ Festival presents two short plays in world premiere: The North Forty written & directed by ATA founder and member of the original Off-Off Broadway Movement, James Jennings, featuring James Gavin, Amy Losi, and Jonathan Power. A disgruntled man from middle America rages about Russia and Ukraine. The appearance of his grandson creates a very unique “roadtrip.” This play is dedicated to the courageous people of Ukraine. Wild Duck in Little Neck – loosely based on Ibseb’s Wild Duck.- written and Directed by Meny Bariro, featuring Robert Crafford and Gordon Rothman. This contemporary retelling concerns a do-gooder who attempts to change his friend’s life – by destroying everything his friend holds dear!
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT: Jan18 – 22 only (Tickets $20 + reserve fee) https://www.eventbrite.com/e/one-acts-the-north-forty-and-wild-duck-in-little-neck-tickets-511557441077?aff=ebdsoporgprofile
Showtimes are: Thursday, Jan 19 @ 8pm; Friday, Jan 20 @ 8pm; Saturday, Jan 21 @ 8pm; Sunday, Jan 22 @ 3pm. Ticket are also available at the door.
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