Two Weeks Added to Woody Allen's New Play, Second Hand Memory, at Off-Bway's Atlantic

By Kenneth Jones
November 11, 2004

Atlantic Theater Company announced Nov. 11 that its staging of Woody Allen's new play, A Second Hand Memory, will have a two-week extension to Jan. 23, 2005.

Allen directs the world premiere, set in Brooklyn in the 1950s. Allen's Writer's Block sold out last year at the Atlantic, in Manhattan.

A Second Hand Memory features ATC company member Kate Blumberg (The Syringa Tree) and guest artists Beth Fowler (Tony nominated Broadway's The Boy From Oz), Dominic Chianese (Uncle Junior on "The Sopranos"), Nicky Katt (TV's "Boston Public'), Erica Leerhsen (Allen's films "Anything Else" and "Hollywood Ending"), Elizabeth Marvel (NYTW's recent Hedda Gabbler) and Michael McKean (Broadway's Hairspray).

A Second Hand Memory began previews on Nov. 3 and officially opens on Nov. 22. The run was originally announced to end Jan. 9.

Performances play Tuesday-Saturday evenings at 8 PM, Sunday evening at 7:30 PM and matinees on Saturday at 2 PM and Sunday at 3 PM.

Added holiday performances are Wednesday Nov. 24 at 3 PM; Wednesday Dec. 22 at 3 PM and Thursday Dec. 23 at 3 PM; Wednesday Dec. 29 at 3 PM and Friday Dec. 31 at 3 PM.

Tickets are $60.00 and available by calling Tele-Charge at (212) 239-6200 or visiting Atlantic's website at www.atlantictheater.org.