Abingdon Theatre Company Announces Three World-Premiere Plays

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Abingdon Theatre Company has announced the three world-premiere plays slated for its 2015-16 season, beginning with JB Reich's Cut Throat in the fall. The 23rd season will also include Charles Messina's A Room of My Own and Ken Levine's Married By Midnight.

Founded in 1993, the Off-Broadway company has a long history of producing new works. More details of the new season follow.

Cut Throat
Oct. 2-25
Written by Reich; directed by Mark Waldrop
Amy and Ben are happily married…until they decide to send their 3-year-old boy to preschool. Cut Throat examines the meaning of children, parenthood, marriage - and New York City private school admissions.

A Room of My Own

Feb. 19-March 20, 2016
Written and directed by Messina 
In A Room of My Own, Charles Messina recounts his adolescence growing up in a Greenwich Village studio apartment with his eccentric Italian-American family. This semi-autobiographical adult comedy takes a hilarious and heartfelt look at NYC in the late-1970s.

Married by Midnight
April 29-May 22, 2016
Written by Levine; directed by Stuart Ross 
At 5pm on August 26, 1965, President Johnson declares that only men Married by Midnight would still be eligible for draft deferment. It's a rush to the altar for six young men and their prospective brides, as the guys try to avoid going to Vietnam. For more information visit AbingdonTheatre.org or phone (866) 811-4111.

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