ATI TheatreLAB #1: PROVENANCE (Play) by Ethan Mathias
September 25, 2021 - 2:00 PM matinee
Philanthropist Stephen Aldridge was a legend in Bayleigh, Indiana. Just days before the local museum is scheduled to open a new exhibit honoring his legacy, his granddaughter Allison returns home for her father’s funeral. Sorting through her family’s history with the devoted staff of the Heartland Museum, Allison discovers new friends and new stories about her beloved grandfather that challenge her memories and force everyone to think carefully about how much we value truth, and which truths are most important.
Please note that Provenance is rated PG-13 for adult language.
ATI TheatreLAB #2: TBD Title
November 13, 2021 - 2:00 PM Matinee
ATI TheatreLAB #3: MR CONFIDENTIAL (Musical) Book and Lyrics by Samuel Garza Bernstein; Music by David Snyder
February 12, 2022 - 2:00 PM Matinee
A story of family, dreams, innocence, love, and scandal. When Bob Harrison created Confidential Magazine in 1952, he gave the public gossip, humor, and sex. But he also offered something totally unexpected: The TRUTH about the rich and famous. It quickly became the #1 selling magazine in America. Soon, Bob wasn’t just telling the story, he was the story, with headlines, scandals, and a wild ride of his own. A giddy, vibrant tale set in New York and Hollywood at their most glamourous and dangerous.
TWO HENRYS (Play) by Kenneth Jones
May 14, 2022 - 2:00 Matinee
Constance has just lost her husband, Mike, after 60 years of marriage. But his sudden death isn’t the only grief inside her as she prepares for his wake. The sting of losing her son, Henry, to HIV/AIDS 15 years earlier is aroused again with the arrival of a stranger at her home: Henry’s partner, also named Henry, has come to express his condolences — and to make a connection with the mother-in-law he never knew. Setting the stage for an overdue confrontation about the late Henry’s life and death, the surviving Henry’s guilt and goals, and the staunchly conservative family’s role in the decline of their golden child.
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