Atlantic Acting School produces several full length plays each year, ranging from Shakespeare to modern works. Casts for these plays include the Atlantic’s third-year NYU students and Atlantic Conservatory students in their fifth semester. The School also produces several evenings of one-act plays each year for students at an earlier point in their training.
Recent student productions include Spring Awakening by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik, The Children’s Hour by Lillian Hellman, Melancholy Play by Sarah Ruhl, and Metamorphoses by Mary Zimmerman.
By Danny Mitarotondo
Directed by Andy Schneeflock
Featuring members of Atlantic Acting School's EC3 class.
Invited dress: Thursday, July 28th at 8pm
Performances: Friday, July 29th and Saturday, July 30th at 8pm
"Do You Roll Over In The Night?" is a contrapuntal exploration of sex, intimacy, betrayal, and trust. In Act One, we follow a chance sexual encounter as it ripples into the past and future. In Act Two, we participate in the real-time fall out of a theater company; the divorce of a group of friends. Written specifically for the 2016 Evening Conservatory actors in Danny Mitarotondo and Shannon Fillion's Score technique of playwriting, and directed by Andy Schneeflock, "Do You Roll Over In The Night?" marks the second year of original work composed specifically for Atlantic students as part of their advanced training.
LINDA GROSS THEATER
336 W. 20th Street between 8th and 9th Ave.