Atlantic Theater Company's Frame 312 Ends Its Run Jan. 11

News   Atlantic Theater Company's Frame 312 Ends Its Run Jan. 11 Keith Reddin's Frame 312 ends its limited engagement at the Atlantic Theater Company Jan. 11. Previews began Nov. 26, 2003, with an official opening Dec. 11.
Mandy Siegfried in Frame 312
Mandy Siegfried in Frame 312 Photo by Carol Rosegg

Recent Nine star Mary Beth Peil heads the cast of the play, which concerns a secretary (Peil) who was asked to keep an important secret at the time President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. "More than 30 years later," the Atlantic website explains, "she decides it is time to come clean with her family about her relationships to history, and how hiding from her past has taken a personal toll. Not all stories have willing listeners, however, and Lynette is faced with wondering if some secrets should simply be kept."

Joining Peil onstage are Proof Tony nominee Larry Bryggman as well as Maggie Kiley, Elizabeth Hanly Rice, Mandy Siegfried and Greg Stuhr. Karen Kohlhaas directed the drama; the creative team for Frame 312 also included Walt Spangler (scenic design), Mimi O'Donnell (costume design), Robert Perry (lighting design) and Scott Myers (sound design).

The Atlantic Theater Company is located in Manhattan at 336 West 20th Street. Up next at the theatre will be Howard Korder's Sea of Tranquility, starring Dylan Baker and Patricia Kalember. Previews begin Feb. 4 under the direction of Neil Pepe. For more information about the Atlantic, go to www.atlantictheater.org.