Six Week Festival Begins May 3: E.S.T. Presents 'Marathon 2000'

News   Six Week Festival Begins May 3: E.S.T. Presents 'Marathon 2000' The Ensemble Studio Theatre 's (E.S.T.) "Marathon 2000," a festival of one acts, starts May 3 and will run six weeks through June 11. The 23rd annual festival will feature new works by Romulus Linney, Warren Leight, Leslie Ayvazian, David Ives, Edward Allan Baker, Will Scheffer, Stuart Spencer, Billy Aronson, Leslie Caputo, Steve Feffer, Heather Dundas, Peter Maloney and Jeff Reich.

The Ensemble Studio Theatre 's (E.S.T.) "Marathon 2000," a festival of one acts, starts May 3 and will run six weeks through June 11. The 23rd annual festival will feature new works by Romulus Linney, Warren Leight, Leslie Ayvazian, David Ives, Edward Allan Baker, Will Scheffer, Stuart Spencer, Billy Aronson, Leslie Caputo, Steve Feffer, Heather Dundas, Peter Maloney and Jeff Reich.

The Marathon 2000 schedule is listed below. E.S.T. production notes indicate that directors and cast members will be announced at a later date.

Series A:
May 3—14
Light Years by Billy Aronson
Twenty Four Years by Leslie Ayvazian
Little Airplanes of the Heart by Steve Feffer
Madmen by Romulus Linney

Series B:
May 17—May 28
The 17th of June by Edward Allan Baker
Polish Joke by David Ives
Accident by Peter Maloney
The Rothko Room by Stuart Spencer

Series C:
May 31—June 11
Birth Marks by Leslie Caputo
Cannibals by Heather Dundas
The Final Interrogation of Ceaucescou’s Dog by Warren Leight
Proof by Jeff Reich
Alien Boy by Will Scheffer Pass to all three series are $40. E.S.T. Is located at 549 West 52nd Street (between 10th and 11th Avenues). For reservations and information call (212) 247-4982.

-- By Murdoch McBride