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American Theater Group (ATG)

East Brunswick, NJ

AMERICAN THEATER GROUP produces new and classic works, primarily by American Playwrights, with an emphasis on the development of new works and the rediscovery of undeservedly neglected older ones. American Theater Group enlivens the lives of its audiences by making theater’s glorious possibilities accessible to the diverse community in which we live through heartfelt, inspiring performances as well as quality arts-in-education programming that nurtures and inspires the next generation of theater artists and audiences.

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