Rufus Collins to Pen Letter from Algeria Off-Broadway

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Rufus Collins will star as a wealthy expatriate in the world premiere of Michael I. Walker’s Letter from Algeria, which will play the Abindgon Theatre Arts Complex later this fall.

Ground Up productions presents the premiere Off-Broadway engagement that will be directed by Adam Fitzgerald. Letter from Algeria will run Oct. 29-Nov. 20.

Collins (The Royal Family, An Ideal Husband) will portray Hugo, a wealthy expatriate, who meets a group of three young Americans now living in Belgium. They will be played by Amanda Jane Cooper, Patrick Murney and JD Taylor.

"Three young Americans meet while studying abroad in Belgium. When their wit, charm, and sex appeal casts a spell on a wealthy older gentleman, it seems like a golden opportunity to explore a new world. Letter from Algeria reveals the class envy and emotional manipulation that dwell just below the surface of the ex-pat life, where everyone is trying to reinvent themselves," according to Ground Up.

Letter from Algeria will have set and lighting design by Travis McHale and costume design by Amanda Jenks.

For tickets phone (212) 352-3101. The Abingdon is located at 312 West 36th St. in Manhattan.

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