Coming in Summer 2013, The Amoralists will present the New York Premiere of Rantoul and Die, written and directed by Mark Roberts. How far will a man go to hang onto his lady? It's a thin line between love and hate. And coming in Fall 2013, the World Premiere of The Cheaters Club, a Savannah horror story by Derek Ahonen.
The Amoralists is a theatre company that produces work of no moral judgment. Dedicated to an honest expression of the American condition, their ensemble explores complex characters of moral ambiguity. Leaving no stone unturned, they plunge the depths of the social, political, spiritual and sexual characteristics of human nature. They were selected as a 2012 Person of the Year by NYTheatre.com.
The Amoralists continue to garner critical acclaim in the theatrical world. The New York Times said, "The Amoralists cements its reputation as the most promising, crowd-pleasing ensemble to emerge downtown." "Nobody else weds old-fashioned realist structure to working-class-hero lunacy quite this way," enthused TimeOut NY. Paper Magazine exclaimed, "Like good punk rock, the Amoralists come on strong; they're hard, fast and loud." "One of these days the Amoralists are going to get arrested," warned Variety. The New York Times said, "Ahonen has a showman's sensibility. Even at their most over the top, his plays are notably earnest."
The Amoralists are a self-funded theatre company and they depend on the generosity of contributors to sustain their organization and their mission. Help sponsor the development and production of fearless, dynamic new plays while fostering a new generation of theatre artists. Join the Amoralists as an "Amoralyte" and partake in a range of benefits bringing you in to the fold of the Amoralists community for the 2013 season, the company's 7th, including 75% off ticket prices, special events and access to the creative process. See all the levels and benefits at www.SupportTheAmoralists.com.