Theater is about community.
Whether you join our Patron program starting at $500 or make a smaller gift of $100, $35, or even $10, your support gets us back to the theater, back to our community, and back to you: our community of theatergoers and supporters who have stuck by us and kept our work alive through the most difficult moment in our history.
Atlantic is back!
We are thrilled to have reopened our doors with the world premiere of Ngozi Anyanwu’s haunting and critically acclaimed The Last of the Love Letters. We have a spectacular season of live, in-person theater ahead featuring world premieres by David Lindsay-Abaire & Jeanine Tesori, Clare Barron, Sanaz Toossi, Joshua Harmon, Sarah Silverman & the late Adam Schlesinger!
We’ve almost made it to the other side, and we are so grateful for your help and sticking with us. As we launch into the 2021|2022 season, we are facing uncertain times and early support from our friends starts us off on solid footing.
With that in mind, please consider making a donation today by going to our website. Whether you join our Patron program starting at $500 or make a smaller gift of $100, $35, or even $10, your support gets us back to the theater, back to our community, and back to you.
This is a pivotal moment, and we need you more than ever. Your support lays a direct path back to production – helping us support our artists, hire back staff, and ensure the safety of everyone as we continue to emerge from the health crisis. More than that, it allows us to continue to stand by our artists, students, staff, and audiences in the same way you’ve stuck with us.
We can’t wait to welcome you back to the theater throughout the 2021|2022 season!
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at 646.216.1129 to make a gift by phone.
Mail a check to:
Atlantic Theater Company
Attn: Development Department
76 Ninth Avenue, Suite 313
New York, NY 10011
Our Season Artists' #MomentsMissed
(Director, The Bedwetter)
What does Anne miss most? Working together to make things better. Watch to hear more.
Sanaz reflects on 16 months without live theater, and even the thing she never thought she’d miss.
With her next new play on the horizon, multi-hyphenate artist Clare Barron reflects on those moments missed this past year that she now actively cherishes.
(Playwright & Actor, The Last of the Love Letters)
The brilliant Ngozi Anyanwu took time out of her busy schedule as writer/performer for The Last of the Love Letters to record this video reminding to “Support Atlantic, and go see some plays!”