Campbell Scott reprises his role in solo show “The Atheist” as one of the fall offerings on tap for Off Broadway’s Culture Project.
Also on the company’s bill is “In Conflict,” based on the book about Iraq war veterans.
This season, Culture Project moves its programming to the Barrow Street Theater in Greenwich Village, after a stint in a Soho theater that was recently sold.
Fall slate kicks off with “In Conflict,” helmer Douglas C. Wager’s adaptation of Yvonne Latty’s book about American vets of the war in Iraq. Show begins previews in Gotham Sept. 18 and opens Sept. 24, after stints at the Edinburgh Fringe (in August) and the Philadelphia Fringe (in early September).
Scott, who appeared at the Culture Project in “The Atheist” for one night only in May, begins previews in a longer run of the show Oct. 6, ahead of an Oct. 12 opening.
In Ronan Noone’s play, which also has been seen at Boston’s Huntington Theater and the Williamstown Theater Fest, Scott portrays an unscrupulous reporter grappling with the aftershocks of his expose of a politician’s dirty secrets. Justin Waldman directs.
Culture Project also announced a partnership with Judson Memorial Church to present programming including a music series and a recurring “Guantanamo vigil.”