PHOTO CALL: JFK-themed Frame 312 Opens at Atlantic Theatre Company

News   PHOTO CALL: JFK-themed Frame 312 Opens at Atlantic Theatre Company Playwright Keith Reddin's tale of deception surrounding the assassintation of President John F. Kennedy, Frame 312, opened on Dec. 11 at the Atlantic Theatre Company.
Top: Mary Beth Peil (left) and Mandy Siegfried, Bottom: Karen Kohlhaas (left), Mary Beth Peil, Maggie Kiley, Mandy Siegfried, and Elizabeth Hanly Rice
Top: Mary Beth Peil (left) and Mandy Siegfried, Bottom: Karen Kohlhaas (left), Mary Beth Peil, Maggie Kiley, Mandy Siegfried, and Elizabeth Hanly Rice

The play concerns a secretary who is asked to keep a simple secret in the wake of JFK's still-unresolved assassination. She does, and thirty years later the consequences of her decision have finally become too much. At left, Mary Beth Peil and Mandy Siegfried, followed by director Karen Kohlhaas, Mary Beth Peil, Maggie Kiley, Mandy Siegfried, and Elizabeth Hanly Rice, are seen arriving at the opening night reception, held at Matronome on Broadway & 21st Street in New York City. Below, the cast gives their opening night curtain call.

Frame 312 is directed by Karen Kohlhaas, with settings by Walt Spangler, costumes by Mimi O'Donnell, lighting by Robert Perry, and sound by Scott Myers.

All photos are by Aubrey Reuben

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The cast of <i>Frame 312</i> gives their opening night curtain call
The cast of Frame 312 gives their opening night curtain call