ANT OKs 'Presentation Series'

Jacobs, Leonard
November 2004
Back Stage;11/19/2004, Vol. 45 Issue 47, p1
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This article reports that the American National Theatre (ANT) has announced plans for a Special Presentation Series for spring 2006, a first full production for fall 2006, an expanded staged-reading series for spring 2007, and its first full inaugural season for 2007-08. ANT is a not-for-profit organization that attempted to become one of the arts groups building a home at the redeveloped World Trade Center, is not out of the play-presenting business yet. Founder and president Sean Cullen said that the organization is currently negotiating possible long-term theatre spaces in both midtown and downtown Manhattan for all of its endeavors.


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