Magdalena Zira directs a cast that includes Maria Cellario, Brandon Collinsworth, Glenn Kalison, Jeanne LaSala, Quinn Mander, Emily Rogge, Amanda Sayle, Sean Tarrant, Heidi Tokheim and Diane Tyler.
The play is "a drama following ten residents of a small apartment complex on the cusp of a rare astronomical phenomenon. Families implode, love is lost and found, and intimate crimes revealed as strangers come together around the broken fountain in their courtyard and realize they aren't as alone as they imagined," according to press notes.
The creative team includes James Bedell (lighting design), Mimi Maxmen (costume design), Duane McKey (sound design) and Jen Varbalow (scenic design).
The company also has a sound play, Megan Mostyn-Brown's girl, which debuted on the company’s website (www.coyoterep.org) Feb. 11. Josh Hecht directs a cast featuring Susan Hunt, Florencia Lozano, Rachel Mewbron, Thom Rivera and Maggie Siff, with sound design and original music by Mitchell Greenhill. The play "depicts the inner lives of three girls, revealing how they deal with absent fathers, former best friends, sex, drugs, self-abuse and date rape," according to press notes.
For tickets, priced $18, call (800) 838-3006 or visit www.brownpapertickets.com/event/10206. The American Theatre of Actors is located at 314 West 54th Street in Manhattan.