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Atlantic and NYU Tisch students participate and perform in fully produced productions each fall and spring on one of Atlantic’s Off-Broadway spaces. All shows are open to the public.

 

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VIRTUAL PERFORMANCES

Thursday, May 20 | 7PM ET
Friday, May 21 | 7PM ET
Saturday, May 22 | 7PM ET

Runtime: Approximately 2 hours

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FEATURING OUR C2 STUDENTS

Usman Akram | Ian Aric | Emily Atkinson | Suzen Baraka | Samuel Jon Beard | Amanda Coolidge | DJ Davis | Zoeymae Dillon-Levine | Vicky Gitre | Justin Andrew Jones | Eka K | Stephanie Konrady | Marissa Koval | Joe Krieg | Doron Malka | Lily Marcheschi | Tom Mezger | Nikita Nixon | Nathan Pandazopoulos | Hannah Ray | Isabella Riethmueller | Emily Ross | Josh Saffran Sedacca | Sophie Smith | Nick Trotta | Alexandra Wingo

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Art of the Craft
by Michael P. Adams
Directed by Raelle Myrick-Hodges

The Vault
by Uma Incrocci
Directed by Caitlin Sullivan

Mom’s House
by Tom Bruett
Directed by Raelle Myrick-Hodges

The Experts
by Amanda L. Andrei
Directed by Raelle Myrick-Hodges

The One They Kept
by Allie Costa
Directed by Caitlin Sullivan

Clean Slate
by Allie Costa
Directed by Caitlin Sullivan

Phone Friend
by Jonathan Josephson
Directed by Caitlin Sullivan

Living Conditions
by Lauren Gorski
Directed by Raelle Myrick-Hodges

Pomegranates
by Garret Jon Groenveld
Directed by Raelle Myrick-Hodges

Candlelight
by Evan Baughfman
Directed by Caitlin Sullivan

Rich and Unfamous
by John Levine
Directed by Raelle Myrick-Hodges

Matchmaker
by Akaina Ghosh
Directed by Caitlin Sullivan

Recent Productions:

Mirrorball Theatre Company and Atlantic Acting School Present

She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms

A Virtual Production by Qui Nguyen
Directed by Caroline Younglove & Yarin Neuhaus

VIRTUAL PERFORMANCES

Thursday, May 6 | 7PM ET
Friday, May 7 | 7PM ET
Saturday, May 8 | 7PM ET

FEATURING OUR NYU STUDENTS

Emma Chase | Elizabeth Davis | Melissa Jennifer Gonzalez* | Emma Green | Camelia Sofia Iturregui | Ethan Jones | Caroline Kulak | Zara Lemieux | Elizabeth Ortega | Calvin Osorio | Isabella Michelle Rivera | Sophia Torres | Sarah Yang

*Denotes outsourced actor

ABOUT THE SHOW

Screen fatigue is real in 2021, where Tik Tok memes, online classrooms, and Facebook mom groups dominate our virtual worlds. She Kills Monsters challenges what it means to tell a story on a screen. We follow average high school senior Agnes Evans as she leaves the suburb of Athens, Ohio to the mythical online realm of Dungeons & Dragons after her sister, Tilly, dies suddenly. Join the campaign, your adventure and inner geek await.

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Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play

A Hybrid Production

By Anne Washburn
Score by Michael Friedman
Lyrics by Anne Washburn
Directed by Carson McCalley

VIRTUAL PERFORMANCES

Thursday, April 22 | 7PM ET
Friday, April 23 | 7PM ET
Saturday, April 24 | 7PM ET

FEATURING OUR NYU STUDENTS

Camelia Iturregui Fuertes | Caroline Kulak | Yarin Neuhaus | Elizabeth Ortega | Isabella Rivera | Sophia Torres | Brian Wang  | Caroline Younglove

ABOUT THE SHOW

What will endure when the cataclysm arrives—when the grid fails, society crumbles, and we’re faced with the task of rebuilding? Anne Washburn’s imaginative dark comedy propels us forward nearly a century, following a new civilization stumbling into its future. A paean to live theater, and to the resilience of Bart Simpson through the ages, Mr. Burns is an animated exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another.

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Conference Room B

A Virtual Production

By Eboni Booth
Directed by Ryan Dobrin

FEATURING OUR NYU STUDENTS

Ian Aric* | Emma Chase | Elizabeth Davis | Emma Green | Camelia Iturregui Fuertes | Ethan Jones | Zara Lemieux | Calvin Osorio | Sarah Yang

*denotes Atlantic Conservatory 2nd Year Student

VIRTUAL PERFORMANCES

Thursday, April 8 | 7PM ET
Friday, April 9 | 7PM ET
Saturday, April 10 | 7PM ET

ABOUT THE SHOW

In a large conference room on the second floor of the Radisson Hotel just outside of Wilmington, Delaware, a group of confused bank employees tries to muscle through a weekend leadership conference. A play about power and being overwhelmed and the sad feeling you get at the end of a long day when you’re tired and far from home and the only things around to eat are the stale pastries leftover from the breakfast buffet.

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Hookman

A Virtual Presentation

By Lauren Yee
Directed by Ben Randle

FEATURING OUR Full-Time Conservatory 5th semester STUDENTS

Jake Fallon | Theresa Jones | Hannah Lieberman | Tess Maxwell | Kathleen Pizzo | Peter Sanders | Isaiah Stavchansky | Cristina Villalobos Ureña

VIRTUAL PERFORMANCE

Thursday, December 17th | 7PM EST

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The Little Foxes

A Virtual Presentation

By Lillian Hellman
Directed by Ryan Purcell

FEATURING OUR Full-Time Conservatory 5th semester STUDENTS

Angela Constantinidou | Hamish Davies | Thomas Fredericks | Madison Kennedy-Tucker | Riley McDonald | Rose Meehan | Kristen Montgomery | Melinda Nanovsky | Jack Rumble | Matt Socci

VIRTUAL PERFORMANCE

Friday, December 18th | 5PM EST

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Two Mile Hollow

A Virtual Presentation

By Leah Nanako Winkler
Directed by William DeMeritt

FEATURING OUR Full-Time Conservatory 5th semester STUDENTS

Raka Dey | Christina Mings | Youssef Sabet | Starnubia | Josh Wesson

VIRTUAL PERFORMANCE

Friday, December 18th | 7PM EST

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Antigone

A Virtual Presentation

By Sophokles, translated by Anne Carson
Directed by Chika Ike

FEATURING OUR NYU3 & Transfer Track STUDENTS

Hayley Batson** | Emma Green | Ethan Jones | Caroline Kulak | Troy Segala* | Claire Smith** | Brian Wang | Sarah Yang

*denotes Atlantic Conservatory 5th Semester Student
**denotes Atlantic Acting School Alumni

virtual PERFORMANCES

Friday, February 5 | 7PM ET
Saturday, February 6 | 3PM ET

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Machinal

A Virtual Presentation

By Sophie Treadwell
Directed by Tyler Thomas

FEATURING OUR NYU3 & Transfer Track STUDENTS

Ethan Jones | Caroline Kulak | Calvin Osorio | Ura Yoana Sánchez* | Shania Shields | Brian Wang | Sarah Yang

*denotes Atlantic Conservatory 5th Semester Student

virtual PERFORMANCES

Friday, February 5 | 5:30PM ET
Saturday, February 6 | 7PM ET

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I Am A Positive Person

An Original Zoom Play

By Danny Rocco
Directed by Will Detlefsen
Production Stage Management by Nia Blizzard

FEATURING OUR EVENING CONSERVATORY STUDENTS

Britni Ali | Flo Ankah | Jacqui Bellan | Emma Buford | Rachael Cain | Alyssa Cecere | Bridget Dolan | Selma Dučanović | Cristian Flores-Verdad | Joe Galan | Michael Jennings | Akiena Louis | Daniela Lucia | Steve Remeika | Colleen Sample | Ruben St. Vilus | Dayaun Waiters | Joelle Woodson

Assistant Directed by Sam Gonzalez

VIRTUAL PERFORMANCES

Friday, December 4th | 8PM EST
Saturday, December 5th | 8PM EST

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C5 Arts Festival

But Wait There’s More!

Written by Josh Wesson & Hannah Lieberman
Directed by Theresa Jones

When it comes to fighting the nasty 2020 blues, Josh Wesson and Hannah Lieberman have created a vaccine of hilarious comedy sketches. “But Wait There’s More!” features a variety of skits for the whole family to enjoy! Don’t wait! Reserve your spot online now! “But Wait There’s More!” will take place entirely online with a communal watch party so you can still laugh along with your friends. But wait, there’s more! If you reserve your seat within the next 7 days, you may go into the draw to win an exclusive As Seen on TV product. Bring the family, bring the dog and come enjoy a show by some of Atlantic Acting School’s silliest minds. 

*hilarious vaccines do not exist nor have been tested or recommended by doctors to rid one of ’the blues’.

FEATURING our C5 students

Josh Wesson | Hannah Lieberman
with a cameo appearance by: Riley McDonald

virtual PERFORMANCES

Zoom Watch Party: Saturday, November 21 | 8PM ET
Video Link Available from November 20

Runtime: 20 minutes

Student production image: two male students in period costume

Displacement

Written & Directed by Angela Constantinidou & Troy Segala

Co-produced by Atlantic Acting School, Displacement is a virtual immersive performance that brings an audience together to question what Displacement means to the individual.

This project aims to spark a conversation around the word “Displacement” based on the experience of the individual. How different people, of all ages and ethnicities around the globe, understand this word? What it means to them? What are our commonalities and our differences? Can a word unite us or make us drift even more apart?

How can an ONLINE performance through zoom work to spark that conversation?

These times are rough for everyone, but people have experienced displacement physically, spiritually, emotionally since the beginning of time. For economic reasons, reasons of safety and many more. Let’s explore their “history” too.

We share our personal stories with you. We are eager to learn more about yours.

FEATURING our C5 students

Angela Constantinidou | Troy Segala | Rose Meehan | Tess Maxwell | Kristen Montgomery

virtual PERFORMANCES

Friday, November 20 | 7:30PM ET
Saturday, November 21 | 1:30PM ET & 7PM ET
Sunday November 22 | 2PM ET & 8PM ET

Runtime: 20 minutes

Student production image: two male students in period costume

After Sitting [Zoom] Shiva for Zev

By Isaiah Stavchansky
Directed by Jake Fallon

After Sitting [Zoom] Shiva for Zev is a story about loss, friendship and the human need for connection in the time of COVID. Following the death of their former roommate (Zev), Jules, Rose and Phil meet via Zoom to reconnect and reminisce in a time of fear and uncertainty.

FEATURING our C5 students

Isaiah Stavchansky | Raka Dey | Madison Kennedy-Tucker

virtual PERFORMANCES

Friday, November 20 | 7PM ET
Saturday, November 21 | 2:30PM ET & 7:30PM ET

Runtime: 20 minutes

Student production image: two male students in period costume

The Tale of the Rabbit

Written & Directed by Kathleen Pizzo

The Tale of the Rabbit is a five episode absurdist drama, adapted from select New England folktales, exploring the dark instability of youth and the curses we are forced to reckon with. Tonight’s event will be a reading of our second episode, Fortunato, written by Kathleen Pizzo and will be followed by a glimpse of our first completed episode The Beach written by Thomas Fredericks. Through the Tale of the Rabbit we will expose a twisted side of humanity—one that we all know deep inside, but may be too afraid to let loose.

FEATURING our C5 students

Raka Dey | Jake Fallon | Tom Fredericks | Madi Kennedy-Tucker | Rose Meehan | Kathleen Pizzo

virtual PERFORMANCES

Sunday, November 22 | 6PM ET

Runtime: 20 minutes

Student production image: two male students in period costume

The End of the Rainbow

By Ntozake Shange
Directed by Christina Mings

The End of the Rainbow is an adaption of For Colored Girls by Ntozake Shange. Set in 2020 amidst the pandemic, the Black Lives Matter movement and quarantine, the film showcases the trials and tribulations Black women faced throughout the pandemic. It is a raw poetic depiction of the magic black women conjure up behind closed doors in order to live vibrantly in a world that wants nothing more than to diminish them.

FEATURING our C5 students

Starnubia | Christina Mings

virtual PERFORMANCES

Friday, November 20 | 8PM ET | includes a talkback with the cast!
Saturday, November 21 | 2PM ET

Runtime: 20 minutes

Student production image: two male students in period costume