Abraham, Cake, Coen, Esparza, Huffman and Macy Announced for Atlantic Gala

News   Abraham, Cake, Coen, Esparza, Huffman and Macy Announced for Atlantic Gala
Raul Esparza, Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy will take part in the Atlantic Theater Company's spring gala at Gotham Hall on April 27.

The evening's entertainment, which will honor the legacy of the Off-Broadway company and offer an "original tribute to the genre of musical adaptations," is created and directed by two-time Tony nominee and What's That Smell? creator David Pittu.

Entitled An Evening of Unexpected Musical Adaptations, performers and presenters include Raul Esparza (Speed-the-Plow, Company), Felicity Huffman ("Transamerica," "Desperate Housewives"), Atlantic co-founder William H. Macy (Speed-the-Plow), F. Murray Abraham (Offices, Mauritius, Angels in America), Jonathan Cake (The Philanthropist, "The Tudors") and Academy Award-winner Ethan Coen ("No Country for Old Men," "Fargo," "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"). Additional performers will be announced shortly.

The gala begins at 6:30 PM and includes, cocktails, music, dinner and a performance from the announced artists. Proceeds benefit the Atlantic Theater Company productions, as well as the company's arts education outreach programs.

Tickets, ranging $750-$20,000, are available by phoning (646) 216-1088, or by e-mailing Catherine Williams at CWilliams@Atlantictheater.org.

Gotham Hall is located at 1356 Broadway and 36th Street. For more information visit www.atlantictheater.org.

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