Thursday, June 1, 2023

What would you do to escape your past?




Dear Friend of American Theater Group:  

Right to be Forgotten explores how we are plagued by the past when facing the present. Technology and the internet often rule our lives, and this play explores how a young man’s mistake at 17 haunts him online a decade later. Desperate for a normal life, he goes to extraordinary lengths to erase his indiscretion.  Right to be Forgotten examines human forgiveness in the age of technology and is timely, gripping and darkly funny.  This is the latest work from award-winning playwright and TV writer Sharyn Rothstein, whose play A Good Farmer about immigration was a big success when ATG produced it a few years back. Sharyn is an in-demand writer whose recent TV work includes Suits and Orphan Black: Echoes, the spin-off of the sci-fi hit Orphan Black, soon to be on AMC. Click below for a recent feature article from the NJ Jewish News in which she discusses the story behind Right to be Forgotten -- and be sure to get your tickets now. You're not going to want to miss this drama that will keep you thinking for days.


Click image to read full article from NJ Jewish News.


Jim Vagias
Producing Artistic Director
American Theater Group




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Maurice Levin Theater
JCC MetroWest
760 Northfield Ave
West Orange, NJ 07052


June 15-18th
Sieminski Theater
Fellowship Cultural Arts
8000 Fellowship Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920