Josh Koenigsberg's Mnemonist of Dutchess County, Directed by Laura Savia, Opens Feb. 13 in NYC

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13 Feb 2013

Aaron Costa Ganis
Aaron Costa Ganis

The Attic Theater Company's production of The Mnemonist of Dutchess County, a new comedy written by Josh Koenigsberg, officially opens Feb. 13, following previews that began Feb. 8, at The Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row.

Directed by Laura Savia (TheatreworksUSA's The Color of Justice), the cast includes Aaron Costa Ganis, Ava Eisenson, Malcolm Madera, Jessica Varley, Henry Vick and Brit Whittle. Performances continue through March 2.

In the bittersweet comedy, according to Attic Theater Company, "campus security guard Milo Masowski's determination to woo a lovely local bar owner is only hampered by one thing: an unlimited memory, which makes him spout out pretty much every unromantic thing he's ever heard in his life."

Other members of the creative team include set designer Julia Noulin-Merat, costume designer Travis Chinick, lighting designer David Upton and sound designer Stowe Nelson.

Koenigsberg's other works include Herman Kline's Midlife Crisis and Al's Business Cards, which also received Off-Broadway runs on Theatre Row. Koenigsberg's plays have been produced/developed at Atlantic Theater Company, Naked Angels, The Old Vic, The Public, Williamstown Theatre Festival and others.

The Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row is located at 410 West 42nd Street. For more information and tickets, call (212) 239-6200 or visit Telecharge.com.