Atlantic Theater Company Artistic Director Neil Pepe discusses his decades with the company, and shares advice for budding actors.
Atlantic Theater Company
Simon Stephens’ “Harper Regan,” getting its American premiere at Atlantic Theater Company after debuting at London’s National Theatre in 2008, is far too muddled for its own good.
Atlantic Theater Company founding member Mary McCann shares how hard work and determination have supported her life in the theater.
Craig Lucas has written a divertissement in “The Lying Lesson,” at Atlantic Theater Company, which offers a terrific Carol Kane as Bette Davis plus a gun, a knife, and a thunderstorm.
The author of Atlantic Theater Company’s “I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard” shares her insights on the oh-so-difficult writing process.
Rolin Jones’ new play “The Jammer,” from Atlantic Theater Company, about a common man who follows his dreams of the roller derby, offers a revelatory performance by Patch Darragh.
Backstage member Nyell Segura is a nonunion actor who was cast in two films thanks to Backstage casting notices.
Melissa James Gibson’s archly self-conscious, awfully dreary “What Rhymes With America,” at Atlantic Theater Company, is a rather sketchy collection of scenes in search of a play.