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Dusk Rings a Bell’s Kate Walsh on NBC’s “Jimmy Fallon” – 6/18

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY

“DUSK RINGS A BELL” STAR

KATE WALSH

ON NBC’s “LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON”

FRIDAY, JUNE 18

“Kate Walsh is a gifted stage actress. She delivers a stunningly nuanced portrait of a woman who comes to realize that some things like the notion of emotion defy communication.” – NY-1 News

“Kate Walsh is pitch perfect.” – The Gothamist

“Under the superb direction of Sam Gold, the actors display real chemistry together, with the wonderfully appealing Walsh and the intriguingly underplaying Sparks providing ample reason to root for them.” – The Hollywood Reporter

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Dusk Rings a Bell Star Kate Walsh on ABC’s “The View” – 6/17

 

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY

“DUSK RINGS A BELL” STAR

 

KATE WALSH 

LIVE ON ABC’S “THE VIEW”

THURSDAY, JUNE 17

 

 “Kate Walsh is a gifted stage actress. She delivers a stunningly nuanced portrait of a woman who comes to realize that some things like the notion of emotion defy communication.” – NY-1 News

“Stephen Belber’s small, ravishing play unfolds like an eloquent short story. In nimble strokes, Belber captures the uncanny way a chance encounter can reverberate through time. His delicate touch is matched by Sam Gold’s direction, and by Walsh and Sparks, who imbue the play with the rueful humanity it deserves.”  – The New Yorker

 Television star Kate Walsh Walsh (“Private Practice,” “Grey’s Anatomy”), now making her Off- Broadway debut in Stephen Belber’s world premiere play DUSK RINGS A BELL at Atlantic Theater Company, will visit ABC’s “The View” live on Thursday,  June 17 in the 11:00a half hour. 


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Gabriel’s Emery, Grenier on “Leonard Lopate” – Listen Online Now

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY

 LISTEN ONLINE NOW

“GABRIEL” STARS

ZACH GRENIER & LISA EMERY

ON WNYC RADIO’s “THE LEONARD LOPATE SHOW”

TO LISTEN: CLICK HERE 

“The ever-wonderful Lisa Emery, a New York theater treasure whose work is always worth seeking out, gives a performance of moving nuance and emotional truth.”
– The New York Times

“Zach Grenier imbues Von Pfunz with a jolly charm and touches of authentic humility, and yet neither he nor Ms. Buffini allows the major to become that dubious cliché, the good German who obeys orders but somehow remains a pure soul.” – The New York Times


Lisa Emery (Distracted) and Tony Award® nominee Zach Grenier (33 Variations), now starring in Atlantic Theater Company’s American premiere production of Moira Buffini’s play GABRIEL, will be interviewed live in-studio today on WNYC Radio’s “The Leonard Lopate Show” at 1:40 p.m.

“The Leonard Lopate Show” airs weekdays from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. on WNYC, New York Public Radio 93.9 FM.

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Atlantic’s Gabriel Extends Through June 20

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY

MOIRA BUFFINI’S “GABRIEL”

EXTENDED THROUGH SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 2010

THE CRITICS HAVE SAID:
“A tense tale of wartime intrigue and romance makes for riveting watching at the Atlantic Theater Company, where Moira Buffini’s “Gabriel” opened Thursday night in a taut, superlatively acted production…the sheer polish, narrative dash and dramatic brio of “Gabriel” got my theater-loving juices flowing again pretty quickly.”  – The New York Times

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Atlantic’s Gabriel New York Times review

Atlantic Theater Company’s American premiere of Olivier Award nominee Moira Buffini’s play GABRIEL opened last night Off-Broadway at The Linda Gross Theater (336 West 20 Street). 

“The climax of the theater season can leave a critic — and dedicated theatergoers — feeling a little bit dazed and sluggish. Although it’s by no means a ground-breaking work, the sheer polish, narrative dash and dramatic brio of “Gabriel” got my theater-loving juices flowing again pretty quickly.” 

An Assault on Hearts and Minds

THE NEW YORK TIMES – May 14, 2010

By Charles Isherwood
Just about the last thing you would expect to see on a New York stage today — or maybe want to see on a New York stage today — is a juicy romantic melodrama set during World War II. The musty attractions of the genre are best savored in the wee hours of the night, surely, when sleeplessness torments and Turner Classic Movies beckons. Or maybe in a downtown drag bar, where the plucky heroine is portrayed by a biological male outfitted with Joan Crawford shoulder pads.

And yet, improbable as it may seem, a tense tale of wartime intrigue and romance makes for riveting watching at the Atlantic Theater Company, where Moira Buffini’s “Gabriel” opened Thursday night in a taut, superlatively acted production directed by David Esbjornson. The ever-wonderful Lisa Emery, a New York theater treasure whose work is always worth seeking out, gives a performance of moving nuance and emotional truth as a British woman trying to protect her family from the manipulations of a German officer whose attentions she cannot afford to ignore.

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2009-2010 DRAMA LEAGUE AWARD NOMINATIONS

2009-2010 DRAMA LEAGUE AWARD NOMINATIONS

Nominations for the 76th annual Drama League Awards, celebrating excellence in Broadway and Off-Broadway theatre, were announced this morning.

AS YOU LIKE IT has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Play.
 
A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE
has been nominated for Distinguished Production of a Play, and Distinguished Performance (Christopher Walken).

BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Play.
 
COLLECTED STORIES has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Play and Distinguished Performance (Linda Lavin).
 
FENCES has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Play and two Distinguished Performance Awards (Denzel Washington and Viola Davis).  In addition, director Kenny Leon will be honored with the Julia Hansen Award for Excellence in Directing.

THE GLASS MENAGERIE has been nominated for the Distinguished Performance Award (Judith Ivey).

HAMLET has been nominated for the Distinguished Performance Award (Jude Law).
 
LA CAGE AUX FOLLES has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Musical and two Distinguished Performance Awards (Kelsey Grammer and Douglas Hodge).
 
LEND ME A TENOR has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Play and two Distinguished Performance Awards (Jan Maxwell and Tony Shalhoub).

A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Musical and two Distinguished Performance Awards (Angela Lansbury and Catherine Zeta-Jones).

LOOPED has been nominated for the Distinguished Performance Award (Valerie Harper).

MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET has been nominated for Distinguished Production of a Musical and two Distinguished Performance Awards (Lance Guest and Levi Kreis).

NEXT FALL has been nominated for Distinguished Production of a Play.

PRESENT LAUGHTER has been nominated for the Distinguished Performance Award (Victor Garber).
 
RAGTIME has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Musical and Distinguished Performance (Bobby Steggert).
 
RED has been nominated for Distinguished Production of a Play and two Distinguished Performance Awards (Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne).
 
THE ROYAL FAMILY has been nominated for the Distinguished Performance Award (Jan Maxwell). In addition, Rosemary Harris, a previous Distinguished Performance Award winner, will be recognized at the ceremony.
 
SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM has been nominated for Distinguished Production of a Musical and two Distinguished Performance Awards (Barbara Cook and Vanessa Williams).
 
TIME STANDS STILL has been nominated for the Distinguished Performance Award (Laura Linney).
 
THE UNDERSTUDY has been nominated for the Distinguished Performance Award (Mark-Paul Gosselaar).

A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE has been nominated for Distinguished Revival of a Play and two Distinguished Performance Awards (Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Hecht).
 
WISHFUL DRINKING has been nominated for the Distinguished Performance Award (Carrie Fisher).
 
Not for profit company nominations:

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY has been honored with a nomination for Stephen Rea, a past recipient of the Distinguished Performance Award who will be honored on the dais for his work this season in AGES OF THE MOON.

MANHATTAN THEATRE CLUB productions have been honored with four Drama League nominations: two nominations for COLLECTED STORIES, one nomination for THE ROYAL FAMILY and one nomination for TIME STANDS STILL.

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY productions have been honored with seven nominations including three for SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM, one for THE GLASS MENAGERIE, one for PRESENT LAUGHTER, one for THE UNDERSTUDY and one for WISHFUL DRINKING.
 

TO READ THE COMPLETE LIST OF NOMINEES, VISIT: http://tinyurl.com/y4wwz35 

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Atlantic Announces Walsh, Sparks to Star in Dusk Rings a Bell

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY

KATE WALSH and PAUL SPARKS

TO STAR IN THE WORLD PREMIERE OF

DUSK RINGS A BELL

by STEPHEN BELBER
directed by SAM GOLD


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Atlantic Announces Belber’s “Dusk Rings a Bell” – World Premiere 5/19

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY ANNOUNCES THE WORLD PREMIERE OF

DUSK RINGS A BELL

by STEPHEN BELBER
directed by SAM GOLD

Previews begin Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Opening Thursday, May 27, 2010
Limited engagement through Sunday, June 20, 2010
 
Atlantic Theater Company (Neil Pepe, Artistic Director; Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director) is proud to announce the final Stage 2 production of its 2009-2010 season – the world premiere of Stephen Belber’s play DUSK RINGS A BELL, directed by Sam Gold. Casting and design team will be announced.

DUSK RINGS A BELL will begin previews Wednesday, May 19; officially open Thursday, May 27; and play a limited engagement through Sunday, June 20 Off-Broadway at Atlantic Stage 2 (330 West 16 Street).

Molly and Ray unexpectedly meet 25 years after a one-afternoon adolescent fling. She has a successful media career; he owns a small landscaping business. Both begin to romanticize their chance reunion, but a renewed connection is disrupted when Ray reveals the sordid details of a crime that left him incarcerated for ten years. Their encounter reveals two vastly different paths taken and two lonely souls attempting to reclaim a moment of possibility, when they were young and perhaps at their very best.

Playwright and screenwriter Stephen Belber makes his Atlantic debut with the world premiere of Dusk Rings a Bell. He has been represented on Broadway with the world premiere of his play Match starring Frank Langella. His hit Off-Broadway play Tape has been produced in New York, Australia, Germany, Canada, Greece and Japan and was made into a feature film starring Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman.

Sam Gold also makes his Atlantic debut. He most recently directed Annie Baker’s play Circle Mirror Transformation Off-Broadway and will direct her new play The Aliens this spring. He is a recipient of a Princess Grace Award, a Theater Hall of Fame Fellowship, and is a Wooster Group Associate Artist, a Drama League Directing Fellow, and a New York Theater Workshop Usual Suspect.   

The American premiere production of Pulitzer Prize winner Sam Shepard’s Ages of the Moon, directed by Jimmy Fay, has been extended through Sunday, March 21, 2010 at Atlantic Theater Company’s Linda Gross Theater (336 West 20 Street).

STEPHEN BELBER. As a playwright, Belber’s work has been produced on Broadway and in over 25 countries.  Plays include Match (Tony Award® nomination for Frank Langella);  Tape (Naked Angels NY/LA/London); McReele (Roundabout);  A Small, Melodramatic Story (Labyrinth);  Geometry of Fire, (Rattlestick);  Fault Lines (Cherry Lane);  One Million Butterflies (Primary Stages), and Carol Mulroney (Huntington Theater Company). He was an Associate Writer on The Laramie Project (Drama Desk and Lortel nominations), and co-writer on the more recent Laramie Project Epilogue.  Movies include Tape, directed by Richard Linklater, The Laramie Project (Associate Writer/Emmy Nomination for screenwriting),  Drifting Elegant and Management, which he also directed, starring Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn.  He is currently developing screen adaptations of both Match and McReele. Television includes “Rescue Me” and “Law & Order SVU” (staff writer).  Member of Tectonic Theater Project and the Labyrinth Theater Company.
 
SAM GOLD (Director). Recent credits: Annie Baker’s Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons) and The Aliens (Rattlestick), Nick Jones and Raja Azar’s Jollyship the Whizbang (Under the Radar Festival; Ars Nova), Betty Shamieh’s The Black Eyed (New York Theater Workshop), Noah Haidle’s Rag and Bone (Rattlestick), Alena Smith’s The Sacrifices (Summer Play Festival), Sam Forman’s The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall (Stage 13), Sam Mark’s The Joke (Studio Dante), Colin McKenna’s The Secret Agenda of Trees (Cherry Lane), and Rogelio Martinez’s Fizz (The Ohio Theater). Sam has developed new plays at American Conservatory Theater, Clubbed Thumb, The Lark, Manhattan Class Company, Manhattan Theater Club, The Marin Theater, New York Theater Workshop, The Ojai Playwrights Conference, Playwrights Horizons, Primary Stages, The Public Theater, The Sundance Theater Lab, The Vineyard Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, and The Yale Repertory Theater. Sam is a teaching artist and guest director at The Juilliard School and has taught and directed at NYU Graduate Acting, ACT, Williams College, and Cornell. He is a recipient of a Princess Grace Award, a Theater Hall of Fame Fellowship, and is a Wooster Group Associate Artist, a Drama League Directing Fellow, and a New York Theater Workshop Usual Suspect.   

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY (Neil Pepe, Artistic Director; Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director) is the award winning Off-Broadway theater company dedicated to producing great plays simply and truthfully utilizing an artistic ensemble. Atlantic believes that the story of the play and the intent of the playwright are at the core of the creative process. Atlantic maintains an ensemble of acclaimed actors, writers and directors including Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and director David Mamet and Academy Award® nominated actor William H. Macy who founded Atlantic twenty five years ago in 1985.  
Atlantic and Neil Pepe were awarded a 2009 Drama Desk Award last season for “exceptional craftsmanship, dedication to excellence and productions that engage, inspire and enlighten.” In 2006, Atlantic was awarded the Lucille Lortel Prize for Outstanding Body of Work  as its critically acclaimed production of Martin McDonagh’s The Lieutenant Of Inishmore transferred to Broadway, where it was nominated for five 2006 Tony Awards® including Best Play.
 
Atlantic’s acclaimed world premiere production of its first musical Spring Awakening, with music by Duncan Sheik, book and lyrics by Steven Sater and direction by Michael Mayer, won 8 Tony Awards®, including Best Musical.
 
Last season, Atlantic and Druid’s critically acclaimed production of Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, directed by Tony Award® winner Garry Hynes, was extended three times and received four 2009 Lucille Lortel Award nominations including Outstanding Revival, three Outer Critics Circle Award nominations including Outstanding Revival, a Drama League Award nomination for Distinguished Revival, and was awarded a 2009 Lortel for Outstanding Ensemble Performance.

Since its inception, Atlantic has produced over 125 productions including the Tony Award® winning play The Beauty Queen of Leenane, the world premieres of Academy Award® winner Ethan Coen’s comedies Almost an Evening and Offices,  Woody Allen’s A Second Hand Memory and Writer’s Block, David Mamet’s Romance and his adaptation of The Voysey Inheritance, the musicals Spring Awakening and 10 Million Miles, Conor McPherson’s Port Authority, Peter Parnell’s Trumpery, Lucy Thurber’s Scarcity, Annie Baker’s Body Awareness, Beau Willimon’s Farragut North, Bekah Brunstetter’s Oohrah!, David Pittu’s What’s That Smell: The Music of Jacob Sterling, Leslie Ayvazian’s Make Me, Tom Donaghy’s Minutes From The Blue Route, Edwin Sanchez’s Trafficking in Broken Hearts, the American premieres of Joe Penhall’s Blue/Orange, Conor McPherson’s Dublin Carol, Jez Butterworth’s The Night Heron, the New York premieres of David Mamet’s Keep Your Pantheon and School, Jez Butterworth’s Parlour Song and Mojo, Rolin Jones’ The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow and Peter Parnell’s The Cider House Rules as well as revivals of David Mamet’s American Buffalo and Edmond, Harold Pinter’s The Hothouse and the double bill of Celebration and The Room and Harold Brighouse’s Hobson’s Choice.
 
DUSK RINGS A BELL will play Tuesday – Saturday at 7:30p and Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm.

All tickets are $45 and will be available beginning Monday, April 12, 2010 by calling Ticket Central at 212-279-4200 (ticketcentral.com) or in person at the ATLANTIC STAGE 2 box office located at 330 West 16th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues).  

Purchase an “All -In-One Membership” and see every main stage and Atlantic Stage 2 production for $195 (plus an $8 service charge).  

For general inquiries and/or group sales for both the main stage Linda Gross Theater and Atlantic Stage 2, call 212-645-1242.

http://www.atlantictheater.org 

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“Ages of the Moon” Sam Shepard New York Times feature

ATLANTIC THEATER COMPANY

“AGES OF THE MOON” PLAYWRIGHT

SAM SHEPARD

NEW YORK TIMES FEATURE

CLICK TO READ:
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/13/theater/13shepard.html?ref=theater
 

“Those Shepard boys are still tearing down the house… A poignant and honest continuation of themes that have always been present in the work of one of this country’s most important dramatists.” – Ben Brantley, The New York Times

Atlantic Theater Company’s (Neil Pepe, Artistic Director; Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director) American premiere production of Pulitzer Prize winner Sam Shepard’s AGES OF THE MOON has been extended through Sunday, March 21, 2010 Off-Broadway at Atlantic Theater Company’s Linda Gross Theater (336 West 20 Street).

NEW YORK TIMES

Getting Faster With Age: Sam Shepard’s New Velocity

By Patrick Healy
When Sam Shepard directed the original 1985 Off Broadway production of his play “A Lie of the Mind,” about emotionally scarred young men and the damaged women in their lives, the production ran six hours at first. His latest play, “Ages of the Moon,” about two emotionally scarred men in their 60s (the damaged women remain offstage) lasts about 80 minutes.

Time, in other words, has started slipping away in the Shepard canon, and the playwright could not be more at peace with that.
“I see my older plays as clunky relatives to the ones I’m doing now, to be honest, and I don’t have a great deal of interest in those older plays,” Mr. Shepard, who is also an actor, said in an interview over a late lunch in Manhattan recently. He added, “I’ve come to feel that if I can’t make something happen in under an hour and a half, it’s not going to happen in a compelling way in a three-hour play.”

Mr. Shepard, who won the Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1979 for his play “Buried Child,” and is also the author of “True West” and more than 40 other plays, has always been a writer of economy, even when his men of few words take three acts to say them. Now, at 66, he has increasingly delved into punchy, pithy reflection, with “Ages of the Moon” — at the Atlantic Theater Company in Chelsea through March 21 — centered on a pair of friends, Ames and Byron, speaking about loss and regret from the vantage point of later life. It’s easy to imagine Shepard himself on the play’s front porch, staring into the past as the moon begins to rise.

“Ages” is part of a busy, ruminative winter for Mr. Shepard. “A Lie of the Mind” is receiving its first revival Off Broadway, directed by Ethan Hawke and opening on Thursday at the Acorn Theater. Last month Alfred A. Knopf published a new collection of his short stories, poems and narrative sketches, “Day Out of Days,” that developed from dozens of leather-bound notebooks he has carried with him over the years. And soon he will begin filming his latest movie, playing an older Butch Cassidy in “Blackthorn,” a kind of sequel set 15 years after the events of “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.”
Having a new play and a major revival at the same time is an unusual experience for most writers, but it has been a profitable learning moment for Mr. Shepard: an opportunity to reflect on where he has been, and where he is today.
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Directed by Jimmy Fay AGES OF THE MOON stars Academy Award®, Golden Globe Award® and Tony Award® nominee Stephen Rea (The Crying Game, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me) and Sean McGinley (the film On a Clear Day) reprising roles originated in the world premiere Abbey Theatre production.
 
AGES OF THE MOON began previews January 12 and officially opened January 27, 2010.
The limited engagement was originally scheduled through Sunday, March 7, 2010.

AGES OF THE MOON is a gruffly poignant and darkly funny play. Byron (McGinley) and Ames (Rea) are old friends re-united by mutual desperation. Over bourbon on ice, they sit, reflect and bicker until fifty years of love, friendship and rivalry are put to the test at the barrel of a gun.

For ticket and schedule information visit:
http://www.atlantictheater.org <http://www.atlantictheater.org/>
 
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Shows Will Go On Today As Scheduled

Shows Will Go On Today As Scheduled

Due to the accumulated snowfall in the New York area the following information has been compiled for the benefit of ticket buyers for today’s performances:


·Atlantic Theater Company’s AGES OF THE MOON will perform as scheduled at 8PM. Please check with the box office at the Linda Gross Theater (336 West 20th Street) for tickets. 


·GOD OF CARNAGE will perform as scheduled at 2PM & 8PM. The theatre is taking precautions to make sure the cast and crew can get to and from the theatre. Please check with the box office at the Bernard Jacobs Theatre (242 West 45th Street) for tickets.  


· JERSEY BOYS will continue with its regularly scheduled performances at 2PM and 8PM. Those interested in purchasing tickets should check with the box office at August Wilson Theatre (245 West 52nd Street) for cancellations. 


· A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC will continue with its scheduled 2PM matinee performance. As previously scheduled, there is no Wednesday evening performance this week. Please check with the box office at the Walter Kerr Theatre (230 West 49th Street) for tickets. 



· MAMMA MIA! will continue with its scheduled 8PM evening performance. Per the regular schedule, there will be no matinee performance. Winter special discount today  – $31.50 tickets available at Winter Garden Theatre Box Office (1634 Broadway) only. Rush seats available for any and all.  NO Student/Senior ID needed. 
 


· Manhattan Theatre Club’s TIME STANDS STILL will play at 2PM & 8PM as scheduled at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (261 W. 47th Street). For today only, both performances have a special snow discount for as little as $38 on select seats, subject to availability. Use code: SSMAN36 at Telecharge.com or at the Friedman Box Office.
 


· Manhattan Theatre Club’s EQUIVOCATION will play its first preview today at 8PM at New York City Center – Stage I (131 W. 55th Street). For tonight’s show, a special winter discount is available for 50% off the normal ticket price ($37.50, tickets normally $75). Use code “OTH” at the New York City Center box office (131 West 55th Street) or via telephone. If purchasing online at nycitycenter.org, use code: 5661. 
 

· Contingencies for both TIME STANDS STILL and EQUIVOCATION have been planned to ensure that the casts and crews of both shows will be able to make their respective performances. If there are any general inquiries, information will be available at http://www.manhattantheatreclub.com <http://www.manhattantheatreclub.com>. If ticket holders have specific questions, they should contact their point of sale. 



· Roundabout Theatre Company’s acclaimed production of PRESENT LAUGHTER starring Victor Garber will perform as scheduled at the American Airlines Theatre (227 West 42nd Street) at 2PM & 7PM.  Roundabout has made arrangements to ensure that the casts and crews of both shows will be able to make their respective performances.  Due to the snowstorm, Roundabout is expanding their day of rush tickets ($21.50) to include 100 additional seat locations based on availability for today’s performances. This offer is available to the general public.

If there are any general inquiries, information will be available at http://www.roundabouttheatre.org <http://www.roundabouttheatre.org>. If ticket holders have specific questions, they should contact their point of sale. 



· Signature Theatre Company’s THE ORPHANS’ HOME CYCLE will perform as scheduled at 2PM & 7PM. Please check with the box office at the Peter Norton Space (555 West 42nd Street) for tickets. 



·STOMP will continue with its scheduled 8PM performance. As per its regular schedule there will be no matinee performance. Students with valid I.D. can get $39 tickets tonight and tomorrow at the box office window only (4 tickets per I.D.). 
 

·A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE will perform as scheduled at 2PM & 8PM. The following statement has been issued on behalf of the producers: “With people perhaps wary about travelling into the city tomorrow for last minute ticket purchases, A View From The Bridge has some availability at the matinee- A perfect time to see the show in orchestra seats.” Please check with the box office at the Cort Theater (138 West 48th Street) for tickets. 

Additionally, rehearsals for A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE, LEND ME A TENOR, LOOPED, 
THE MIRACLE WORKER, and NEXT FALL will continue as scheduled.

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