Qui Nguyen and Lloyd Suh Among Playwrights for ASIAN AMERICAN MIXFEST at the Atlantic

Qui Nguyen and Lloyd Suh Among Playwrights for ASIAN AMERICAN MIXFEST at the AtlanticAtlantic Theater Company will present Asian American Mixfest, a series of free readings co-produced by playwrights Lloyd Suh and Qui Nguyen that will run Wednesday, August 9 through Thursday, August 17 at Atlantic Stage 2 (330 West 16th Street).

This summer, Atlantic will be hosting readings of full-length plays by Carla Ching, Qui Nguyen, A. Rey Pamatmat, Madhuri Shekar and Lloyd Suh.

In addition to the full length readings at Asian American Mixfest, Atlantic Theater Company will commission Jessica Huang, Leah Nanako Winkler and Jiehae Park to create short one-acts and present them as readings alongside a short play by Rajiv Joseph.

Co-producer of the festival Lloyd Suh says, "We are in such an exciting time for Asian American playwriting, with an extraordinary community of writers doing varied, adventurous and important new work. I'm looking forward to spending this Mixfest in conversation with Atlantic and this eclectic group of playwrights and extended collaborative teams." Atlantic Theater Company's Artistic Director Neil Pepe adds, "We are thrilled to welcome this extraordinary group of artists to Atlantic and to partner with Lloyd Suh and Qui Nguyen to produce this festival."


Moderated by Lloyd Suh

Wednesday, August 9 | 5pm

Asian American Mixfest will kick-off with a group panel moderated by Lloyd Suh. Learn more about the writers in the festival, their creative process and what inspires their work.


by Madhuri Shekar

directed by Saheem Ali

Thursday, August 10 | 3pm

Set some time like the 17th century, in some place like Delhi, India, House of Joy tells the story of Hamida, an elite female bodyguard in the Emperor's Imperial Harem. Faced with an impossible ethical quandary, Hamida tries to help an abused Queen escape the heavily guarded harem, thus risking her life and going against everything she was raised to believe. A swashbuckling action-adventure romance inspired by the legends of Indian history.


by Jessica Huang, Rajiv Joseph, Jiehae Park and Leah Nanako Winkler

directed by Seonjae Kim and David Mendizábal

Friday, August 11 | 3pm

Readings of three commissioned one-acts and a short play by Rajiv Joseph.


by Carla Ching

directed by Ed Sylvanus Iskandar

Monday, August 14 | 7pm

Alix lives in a tiny motel room with her mother and two brothers, scrambling to make weekly rent. Mason lives comfortably in a grand, empty house while his father runs jobs for the Hong Kong Triad. Until the day his father disappears and Mason has to figure out how to come up with grocery money and dodge Child Services and U.S. Immigration. Mason and Alex develop an unlikely friendship, struggling to survive, and trying to outrun their parents' mistakes. Will they make it out or fall through the cracks? A play about Motel Kids and Parachute Kids raising themselves and living at the poverty line in a land of plenty.


by Lloyd Suh

directed by Ralph B. Peña

Tuesday, August 15 | 7pm

The story of growing up as the only son of Benjamin Franklin: the greatest scientific mind in the world, inventor of the lightning rod and the urinary catheter and the glass harmonica and bifocal glasses, and in his spare time, the United States of America.


by Qui Nguyen

directed by Robert Ross Parker

Wednesday, August 16 | 7pm

A politically incorrect action-comedy following the adventures of Unity Spencer, a young colonial girl who has been imbued with immortality.


by A. Rey Pamatmat

directed by May Adrales

Thursday, August 17 | 7pm

After State Assemblywoman Alex Hathaway's district suffers a terrible tragedy, she goes to great lengths to capture a House seat in the next election. She even employs a strange, nameless thing to gain victory over her enemies through supernatural practices. But with all that determination and those ancient powers on her side, how did Alex end up with a community in shambles and a gun pointed at her head?

ASIAN AMERICAN MIXFEST along with all of Atlantic's new play and musical development activities are made possible by leadership support from the Howard Gilman Foundation, the Time Warner Foundation, and the Tow Foundation, with additional funding from the Axe-Houghton Foundation, the Barbara Bell Cumming Foundation, the John Golden Fund and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre.

Atlantic productions and programs are also supported, in part, by public funds from The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, as well as The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Cuomo and The New York State Legislature.

ATLANTIC STAGE 2 is located at 330 West 16th Street (between 8th and 9th Avenues). Admission is free. Reservations are required. Email readings@atlantictheater.org to RSVP.


Carla Ching's plays include Nomad Motel (2015 O'Neill Playwrights Conference, upcoming production at City Theater), Fast Company (South Coast Rep, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Pork Filled Productions), TBA (2g), The Sugar House at the Edge of the Wilderness (Ma-Yi Theater Company), Dirty, Big Blind/Little Blind and The Two Kids That Blow Shit Up (Artists at Play and Theatre Mu). Her pieces have been produced or received workshops at South Coast Rep, Center Theater Group, Ma-Yi Theatre Company, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Lark Play Development Center, The Women's Project, Partial Comfort and Vampire Cowboys, among others. She's an alumna of The Women's Project Lab, the Lark Play Development Center Meeting of the Minds, CTG Writers' Workshop and the Ma-Yi Writers Lab. Former Artistic Director of Asian American Theater Company. Carla has been commissioned by Ensemble Studio Theatre and South Coast Rep. She is a proud member of New Dramatists and The Kilroys. Carla has written for Netflix's "I Love Dick," USA's "Graceland" and AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead." BA, Vassar College. MFA, New School for Drama.

Jessica Huang is a multiracial Chinese American Twin Cities-based playwright and 2017-18 Playwrights' Center Jerome Fellow. Her work includes The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin ("striking" - Star Tribune; "Kaleidoscopic and timely" - Broadway World; "Superb storytelling" - City Pages) and the Susan Smith Blackburn nominated Purple Cloud, which was one of five productions selected from 88 international applications to be remounted at the 2016 Asian American Theatre Festival at Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Jessica co-founded and co-directs Other Tiger Productions, which has a mission to pursue multidisciplinary collaborations, intentional inclusivity and a re-examination of traditional theater practices. Jessica's work has been developed and/or produced by Mu Performing Arts (Minneapolis), History Theatre (Saint Paul), Mixed Blood Theatre (Minneapolis), Pillsbury House Theatre (Minneapolis), The Minnesota Museum of American Art (Saint Paul), Timeline Theatre Company (Chicago), A-Squared Theatre Workshop (Chicago), 2nd Generation (NYC), Leviathan Labs (NYC), the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts (D.C.), the Source Festival (D.C.), and Yellow Earth's Typhoon Festival (London). She is currently working on a commission about mixed-race identity politics, grief and global warming with Mixed Blood Theatre. Jessica is a recipient of a 2017-18 Jerome Travel/Study grant; a 2016 Minnesota State Arts Board Cultural Community Partnership grant; a 2014 MRAC/McKnight Next Step grant, and received the 2016-17 Jerome Fellowship and the 2011-12 Many Voices Fellowship from the Playwrights' Center. More: Jessica-Huang.com

Rajiv Joseph's (Playwright) play Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo was a 2010 Pulitzer Prize finalist for Drama and was also awarded a grant for Outstanding New American Play by the National Endowment for the Arts. His play Guards at the Taj was a 2016 Obie Winner for Best New American Play and 2016 Lucille Lortel Winner for Best Play. His play Archduke received its World Premiere this spring at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. Other plays include Gruesome Playground Injuries, The Monster at the Door, Animals Out of Paper, The Lake Effect, The North Pool, and Mr. Wolf. Rajiv has been awarded artistic grants from the Whiting Foundation, United States Artists and the Harold & Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust. He is a board member of the Lark Play Development Center in New York City, where he develops all his plays. He served for three years in the Peace Corps in Senegal and now lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Qui Nguyen is a playwright, TV/Film writer and co-founder of the OBIE Award-winning Vampire Cowboys, a company often credited for being the "pioneers of geek theatre." His notable plays include Vietgone (2016 Steinberg Award, 2017 Lortel Award nomination), She Kills Monsters (2013 AATE Distinguished Play Award, 2012 GLAAD Media Award nom), Soul Samurai (2009 GLAAD Media Award nomination) and the critically-acclaimed Vampire Cowboys productions of The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G, Six Rounds of Vengeance, Alice in Slasherland, Fight Girl Battle World, Men of Steel and Living Dead in Denmark. His scripts are published by Samuel French, Playscripts and Broadway Play Publishing. Recent honors include a 2016 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in a Preschool Animated Program ("Peg+Cat"), 2015 NY Community Trust Helen Merrill Playwriting Award and 2014 Sundance Institute/Time Warner Fellowship. He is a proud member of the WGA, The Dramatists Guild, The Playwrights Center, Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Ma-Yi Writers Lab and an alumnus of New Dramatists and Youngblood. For TV, Qui's written for PBS's "Peg+Cat" and SYFY's "Incorporated." He's currently a screenwriter for Marvel Studios.

A. Rey Pamatmat's newest play Here Are Our Monsters will premiere in January 2018 at Philadelphia's InterAct Theatre. It is part of SAFE: Three Queer Plays, which follow the seismic changes in Queer America through a gay man of color's romantic and artistic life. Full-length plays include House Rules (Ma-Yi), after all the terrible things I do (Milwaukee Rep, Huntington, AboutFace), Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them (Humana Festival, Company One), Thunder Above, Deeps Below (Second Generation) and DEVIANT. Recent short works include Tilda Swinton Betrayed Us (Keen Company), This Is How It Ends (59E59's Summer Shorts) and Gratuitous Nudity and the Undisclosed Costs of Questioning Surveillance Rather Than Bad Broccoli (Actors Theatre of Louisville). His plays are published by Samuel French and Playscripts. Rey is Co-Director of the Ma-Yi Writers Lab, teaches at Primary Stages/ESPA and SUNY Purchase, and was a Hodder, PoNY and Princess Grace Fellow.

Jiehae Park's plays include peerless (Yale Rep premiere, Cherry Lane MP, Marin Theatre Co, Barrington Stage, First Floor, Company One, Moxie), Hannah and the Dread Gazebo (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), Here We Are Here (Sundance Theater-Makers residency, Berkeley Rep's Ground Floor, Princess Grace Works-in-Progress @ Baryshnikov Arts Center) and contributions to Wondrous Strange (Humana/Actor's Theatre of Louisville). Her work has been developed through the Soho Rep. Writer-Director Lab, the Public's Emerging Writers Group, p73's i73, Playwrights Horizons, NYTW, Old Globe, Dramatists Guild Fellowship, Ojai Conference, BAPF and the amazing Ma-Yi Writers Lab. Awards: Leah Ryan, Princess Grace, Weissberger, ANPF Women's Invitational; two years on the Kilroys List. Commissions: Playwrights Horizons, McCarter, Yale Rep, Geffen, OSF, Williamstown, MTC/Sloan. Residencies: MacDowell, Yaddo, Hedgebrook, McCarter/Sallie B. Goodman. She is a NYTW Usual Suspect, LCT New Writer in Residence and 2016-17 Hodder Fellow at Princeton. Upcoming, as a performer: Naomi Iizuka's adaptation of Haruki Murakami's Sleep for Ripe Time (BAM Next Wave 2017). BA, Amherst; MFA, UCSD.

Madhuri Shekar's newest play Queen began in the Center Theatre Group Writers' Workshop, and had its World Premiere at Victory Gardens Theatre. She received two commissions from Atlanta's Alliance Theater (Bucket of Blessings and Antigone, Presented by the Girls of St. Catherine's), has been commissioned by the Kennedy Center and is currently under commission from South Coast Repertory. She is the 2013/14 winner of the Kendeda Graduate Playwriting contest for her play In Love and Warcraft (ALLIANCE THEATRE). She was also the second place winner of the East West Players 2012 Face of the Future Playwriting Contest for her play A Nice Indian Boy. Her plays have also been developed or showcased at The Old Globe, the Kennedy Center, the Hedgebrook Playwrights Festival and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. She has been a finalist for the Princess Grace Playwriting Fellowship and the Many Voices Fellowship. She has an MFA in Dramatic Writing from USC and a dual Master's degree in Global Media and Communications from the London School of Economics and USC. She is a member of the Ma-Yi writers' lab in New York, and a co-creator of the Shakespearean web series, Titus and Dronicus.

Lloyd Suh is the author of Charles Francis Chan Jr's Exotic Oriental Murder Mystery (NAATCO, Guthrie with Mu, Princeton University), The Wong Kids in the Secret of the Space Chupacabra Go! (Children's Theatre Company, Ma-Yi with La Mama, ArtsEmerson, Cultural Center of the Philippines), American Hwangap (Magic Theatre, Ma-Yi, Halcyon /A-Squared, Cultural Center of the Philippines, PCPA in Seoul, Korea), Jesus in India (Magic, Ma-Yi), Great Wall Story (Denver Center) and others. He has received support from the NEA Arena Stage New Play Development program, the Andrew W. Mellon Launching New Plays Into the Repertoire initiative via the Lark, NYFA, NYSCA, Jerome, TCG and Dramatists Guild, and is a recipient of the Roe Green Award from Cleveland Playhouse, Lilah Kan Red Socks Award and awards from the Off-Broadway Alliance and American Alliance for Theatre & Education. His plays have been published by Sam French, Smith & Kraus, Duke University Press and American Theater magazine. He is an alum of Youngblood and the Soho Rep. Writer/Director Lab, and from 2005-2010 served as Artistic Director of Second Generation and Co-Director of the Ma-Yi Writers Lab. He currently serves on the Dramatists Guild Council and has since 2011 served as Director of Artistic Programs at The Lark.

Leah Nanako Winkler's plays include Kentucky (2015 Kilroys List, World Premiere with EST & Page 73, West Coast Premiere with East West Players), Death For Sydney Black (TerraNova Collective and Kilroys honorable mention), The Internet (Incubator Arts Project), Happy Dance Dance Princess Show (The Brick), Double Suicide At Ueno Park!!! (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Thirty-Six, Cope and Diversity Awareness Picnic. With playwright Teddy Nicholas, she co-wrote Flying Snakes In 3-D!!! (Ars Nova's ANT Fest, The Brick and New Ohio Ice Factory). Next season, her play Two Mile Hollow will be seen at First Floor Theatre in Chicago, Ferocious Lotus in San Francisco, Artists at Play in Los Angeles and Mixed Blood Theatre/Theatre Mu in Minneapolis. Leah's work has been developed at Playwrights Horizons/Clubbed Thumb, Page 73, New Georges, New York Theatre Workshop, The Bushwick Starr and The Flea Theater. She is a current member of Youngblood, an alumnus of Terra Nova Collective's Groundbreakers Playwright Group, and an affiliated artist at New Georges. Her collections of short plays, Nagoriyuki & Other Short Plays and The Lowest Form of Writing are available on Amazon. She received her MFA at Brooklyn College.


May Adrales is a freelance director based in NYC and has directed over thirty world premieres in New York and around the country. Most recently she helmed the world premieres of Chisa Hutchinson's Somebody's Daughter (Second Stage Theater) and Qui Nguyen's Lortel award-winning Vietgone (Manhattan Theatre Club, South Coast Rep, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Seattle Rep). She has just been named Associate Artistic Director of Milwaukee Rep. She is a Drama League Directing Fellow, TCG New Generations Grantee, NYTW fellow, Denham Fellow; Van Lier Fellow. She is a former Artistic Associate at The Public Theater and former Director of Artistic Programs at The Lark. She has taught on faculty at Yale and Brown University. MFA, Yale School of Drama. www.mayadrales.net

Saheem Ali Originally from Nairobi, Kenya, Saheem is a director of plays and musicals with an emphasis on new work. Recent credits include Twelfth Night (The Public), Kill Move Paradise (National Black Theater), Nollywood Dreams (Cherry Lane), Dot (Detroit Public Theater), The Booty Call (Inner Voices) and A Lesson From Aloes (Juilliard). He has workshopped new plays at Playwrights Realm, MCC, New York Stage & Film and PEN World Voices. He has co-written two musicals with composer Michael Thurber: The Booty Call (Roundabout Underground Reading Series) and Goddess (O'Neill Musical Theater Conference). He was the Associate Director of The Tempest at The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park. He is a Usual Suspect and former Directing Fellow at New York Theatre Workshop.

Ed Sylvanus Iskandar Considered an "alien of extraordinary ability," Ed Sylvanus Iskandar is a New York-based director, dramaturge and educator of new works, classics, musicals and immersive experiences that cultivate community. New York: Sojourners and Her Portmanteau (NYTW); Charles Francis Chan Jr.'s Exotic Oriental Murder Mystery (NAATCO); The Mysteries, Restoration Comedy and These Seven Sicknesses (The Flea); The Golden Dragon (PlayCo). Selected Readings: Nomad Motel (Roundabout); People Sitting In Darkness and Idyllwild (Atlantic Theater Company); Summer Session with the Bones Brigade and The Supreme Leader (Labyrinth); Little Rooms (Page 73). Regional: The Taming of the Shrew (STC); Head Over Heels (OSF). Honors: Inaugural SDCF Breakout Award recognizing "the 'rising star' moment of a director"; Drama Desk Special Award for "bold and visionary direction" of The Mysteries and The Golden Dragon; NTC Emerging Artist Award as Founding Artistic Director of Exit, Pursued By a Bear; Drama Desk nominations for Restoration Comedy and These Seven Sicknesses. Affiliations: NYTW Usual Suspect, Lincoln Center Global Exchange and proud alumnus of Stanford, Carnegie Mellon and the Drama League. www.ediskandar.com

Seonjae Kim is a theater director based in New York City, originally from Seoul, South Korea. Riot Antigone, her original Riot Grrrl musical adaptation of Sophocles' tragedy, premiered at the First Floor Theatre at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club and ANT Fest at Ars Nova in 2017. Other credits: Sister Mok-Rahn (PEN/World Voices Festival); The Essential Ella Maythorne (Dixon Place); You're Amazing!!!; That Noise (Williamstown Theatre Festival); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Rabid Bat Theatricals); Cloud 9, A Perfect Wedding, Kafka on the Shore (Northwestern University); Moksori (Chicago Fringe Festival). Kim has worked with Pam MacKinnon, Bill Rauch and Stafford Arima and is an alumna of Directors' Lab West, Siti Company Summer Theatre Workshop, Powerhouse Training Program, Williamstown Directing Corps, La MaMa Umbria Directors' Symposium, Playwrights' Retreat and Next Generation Residency. Recipient of 2016 Van Lier Fellowship for Directing from the Asian American Arts Alliance & 2016 Mike Ockrent Fellowship from the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation. Upcoming: Associate Director, KPOP (Ars Nova/Ma-Yi/Woodshed Collective, dir. Teddy Bergman). BA: Northwestern.

David Mendizábal is one of the Producing Artistic Leaders of The Movement Theatre Company in Harlem. He is also currently the Artistic Associate at Atlantic Theater Company. Directing credits include: Tell Hector I Miss Him (Atlantic); On the Grounds of Belonging (The Public); Locusts Have No King (INTAR); Evensong (APAC); And She Would Stand Like This, Look Upon Our Lowliness and Bintou (The Movement). David is a participant in the Leadership U: One-on-One program, funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and administered by Theatre Communications Group. He is a Founding Member and Artistic Producer of The Sol Project and serves on the Steering Committee for the Latinx Theatre Commons. Alumnus of The Drama League Director's Project, Lincoln Center Director's Lab and NALAC Leadership Institute.

Robert Ross Parker was the co-artistic director of the Obie Award-winning Vampire Cowboys with Qui Nguyen. For Vampire Cowboys he directed Vampire Cowboy Trilogy, A Beginner's Guide to Deicide, Living Dead in Denmark, Men of Steel, Fight Girl/Battle World, Soul Samurai, Alice in Slasherland, The Inexplicable Redemption of Agent G, Geek and Six Rounds of Vengeance. For the VC Saturday Night Saloon series he wrote Jimmy Starshooter Must Get Laid and Radio Monster Theatre: The Further Adventures of Henry and Victor. Other recent directing credits include Disgraced (Toronto, Edmonton), Branched (InViolet), She Kills Monsters (The Flea), Goodbye Cruel World (also adapter, Roundtable Ensemble), Hamlet{solo} (Edinburgh Fringe and Solo Nova at PS 122), Our Town (Connecticut Repertory Theatre) and Fast Company for Ensemble Studio Theatre, where he is a member. As an actor, credits include Constellations (Hangar), the title role in The Flying Machine's Frankenstein at Soho Rep., and the March Hare in their production of Alice in Wonderland. From 2007-2011 he was the editor of The Dramatist, the Journal of the Dramatists Guild of America. MFA, Ohio University.

Ralph B. Peña Recent directing credits: Julia Specht's Down Cleghorn for the EST Marathon, Hansol Jung's Among The Dead, A. Rey Pamatmat's House Rules (Ma-Yi), Lloyd Suh's The Wong Kids in the Secret of the Space Chupacabra Go! (Arts Emerson, The Cultural Center of the Philippines) andThe Orphan of Zhao (Fordham Mainstage). His work has been seen at the NYSF Public Theater, Long Wharf Theater, Victory Gardens, Laguna Playhouse, Dublin Theater Festival, among others. He is the Producing Director of Ma-Yi Theater Company in NY, and a proud member of EST. This is for Damien, always and forever.

Atlantic Theater Company (Neil Pepe, Artistic Director; Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director) is the award-winning Off-Broadway theater that produces great plays simply and truthfully utilizing an artistic ensemble. Atlantic believes that the story of a play and the intent of its playwright are at the core of the creative process. The plays in the Atlantic repertory, from both new and established playwrights, are boldly interpreted by today's finest theater artists and resonate with contemporary audiences. Celebrating over 30 years of theater since its inception in 1985, Atlantic has produced more than 150 plays including Tony Award-winning productions of Spring Awakening (Steven Sater, Duncan Sheik) and The Beauty Queen of Leenane (Martin McDonagh); Pulitzer Prize recipient Between Riverside and Crazy (Stephen Adly Guirgis); New York Drama Critics' Circle winner for Best New Play The Night Alive (Conor McPherson); Lucille Lortel, Obie, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and New York Drama Critics' Circle winner for Best Musical The Band's Visit (David Yazbek, Itamar Moses); world premieres of Derren Brown: Secret (Andy Nyman, Derren Brown, Andrew O'Connor), The Penitent (David Mamet); Tell Hector I Miss Him (Paola Lázaro); Marie and Rosetta (George Brant); Hold on to Me Darling (Kenneth Lonergan); Guards at the Taj (Rajiv Joseph); Skeleton Crew (Dominique Morisseau); I'm Gonna Pray for You So Hard (Halley Feiffer); Posterity (Doug Wright); Found (Hunter Bell, Eli Bolin, Lee Overtree); Almost an Evening, Offices, Happy Hour and Women or Nothing (Ethan Coen); What Rhymes With America (Melissa James Gibson); 3 Kinds of Exile (John Guare); Storefront Church (John Patrick Shanley); Body Awareness (Annie Baker); revivals of Cloud Nine (Caryl Churchill) and Brecht and Weill's musical The Threepenny Opera directed by Martha Clarke; acclaimed productions of Animal (Clare Lizzimore); Bluebird and Harper Regan (Simon Stephens); Our New Girl (Nancy Harris); The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (Alan Sillitoe, adapted by Roy Williams); The Lieutenant of Inishmore and The Cripple of Inishmaan (Martin McDonagh); Pulitzer Prize finalist The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow, The Jammer and These Paper Bullets! (Rolin Jones); The Purple Lights of Joppa Illinois and Dreams of Flying Dreams of Falling (Adam Rapp); Through a Glass Darkly (Ingmar Bergman, adapted by Jenny Worton); Farragut North (Beau Willimon); Chimichangas and Zoloft (Fernanda Coppel); Blue/Orange (Joe Penhall); Port Authority and Dublin Carol (Conor McPherson); Writer's Block (Woody Allen); American Buffalo, Romance, and Edmond (David Mamet); The Cider House Rules, Part I (adapted by Peter Parnell); Good Television (Rod McLachlan); Celebration & The Room, The Collection & A Kind of Alaska and The Hothouse (Harold Pinter); Dying for It and Gabriel (Moira Buffini); Oohrah! (Bekah Brunstetter); Mojo, Parlour Song, and The Night Heron (Jez Butterworth); Boys' Life and The Lights (Howard Korder); Distant Fires (Kevin Heelan); The Lying Lesson and Missing Persons (Craig Lucas). Atlantic has garnered 12 Tony Awards, 24 Obie Awards, 21 Lucille Lortel Awards, 10 Drama Desk Awards, 8 Outer Critics Circle Awards, 4 New York Drama Critics' Circle Awards, 3 Drama League Awards, 3 Theater World Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

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