In honor of it's 20th Anniversary season, Atlantic Theater Company presents Ten By Twenty, a one-act festival of twenty ten-minute plays commissioned by notable playwrights whose work has been produced at the theater over the past two decades. The event reunites many of Atlantic's ensemble of actors and directors to inaugurate the company's brand new state-of-the art Atlantic Stage Two.
Ten By Twenty features new works by Hilary Bell, Jez Butterworth, Kia Corthron, Tom Donaghy, John Guare, Peter Hedges, Kevin Heelan, Tina Howe, Rolin Jones, Howard Korder, Quincy Long, Craig Lucas, David Mamet, Joe Penhall, David Pittu, David Rabe, Keith Reddin, Edwin Sanchez, Jeff Whitty and Bill Wrubel.
Featured actors include Jen Albano, Peter Bartlett, Kate Blumberg, Patrick Breen, Brennan Brown, Ronnie Butler, Ted Danson, Matt Dawson, Donna Duplantier, Alex Draper, Mike Doyle, Kathryn Erbe, Jim Frangione, Linda Gehringer, Zabryna Guevara, Steven Hawley, John Benjamin Hickey, Peter Jacobson, Kristen Johnston, Jordan Lage, Jan Maxwell, Roberta Maxwell, Carolyn McCormick, Peter Maloney, Christian Parker, Emily Peck, Susan Pourfar, David Pittu, Jonathan Rossetti, Christa Scott-Reed, Steven Skybell, Patrick Taylor, Ray Anthony Thomas and Mark Webber with direction by Robert Bella, Carl Forsman, Jackson Gay, Peter Hedges, Hilary Hinckle, Karen Kohlhaas, Dave Mowers, Christian Parker and Neil Pepe.
Wednesday June 14 - Saturday, June 17 at 8:00 p.m., Saturday matinee at 2:00 p.m.
Three Little Words by Hilary Bell, directed by Karen Kohlhaas
with Kathryn Erbe and Kate Blumberg
Leavings by Jez Butterworth, directed by Neil Pepe
with Peter Maloney
Milos by John Guare, directed by Neil Pepe
with Patrick Breen
Our Favorite Child by Rolin Jones, directed by Christian Parker
with Linda Gehringer, Jonathan Rossetti and Ray Anthony Thomas
Home by David Mamet, directed by Hilary Hinckle
with Jordan Lage and Kathryn Erbe
The Muse by Quincy Long, directed by Dave Mowers
with Kate Blumberg and Brennan Brown
On Story by Bill Wrubel, directed by Robert Bella
with Patrick Breen, Brennan Brown, Jim Frangione, Peter Maloney, Emily Peck and Patrick Taylor
Wednesday, June 21 - Saturday, June 24 at 8:00 p.m., Saturday matinee at 2:00 p.m.
Master Disaster by Kia Corthron, directed by Jackson Gay
with Donna Duplantier, Zabryna Guevara
It Takes an Orchard by Tom Donaghy, directed by Neil Pepe
with Carolyn McCormick
Maybe 21 written and directed by Peter Hedges
with Kristen Johnston and John Benjamin Hickey
Quotidian by Howard Korder, directed by Neil Pepe
with Ted Danson
He's Come to Take the Children Home by Craig Lucas, directed by Neil Pepe
with Ryan King, Mark Webber
The Burning by Joe Penhall, directed by Karen Kohlhaas
with Alex Draper and Steven Hawley
Mutterliebe by Keith Reddin, directed by Christian Parker
with Jen Albano, Matt Dawson, Jan Maxwell
Wednesday, June 28 - Saturday, July 1 at 8:00 p.m., Saturday matinee at 2:00 p.m.
The Compassioneer by Kevin Heelan, directed by Carl Forsman
with Christian Parker,Steven Skybell
Through a Glass Darkly by Tina Howe, directed by Christian Parker
with Kate Blumberg,Peter Jacobson
Untitled by David Pittu
with David Pittu, Peter Bartlett
Hello. Northwood Mental Health Center, by David Rabe, directed by Robert Bella
with Ronnie Butler, Robert Maxwell, Christa Scott-Reed
Jody's Mother by Edwin Sanchez
with Roberta Maxwell
The Intervention by Jeff Whitty, directed by Dave Mowers
with Susan Pourfar, Christa Scott-Reed, Ronnie Butler, Mike Doyle