A sold-out run at The Public Theater. A record-breaking engagement at Berkeley Rep. Endless critical and audience acclaim. Chalk it all up to the mad genius of Emmy Award winner John Leguizamo, standing at the head of the class in his one-man tour de force, LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS.
Uproarious, uncensored, and undeniably entertaining, LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS schools all of us in the heroes of the past, and those present right at home.
Meteor Shower is Steve Martin’s new comedy about two couples whose evening of niceties turns into a marital free-for-all with disastrous consequences – and that’s not just because of the meteor storm! This production features an all-star cast including Amy Schumer making her Broadway debut, Alan Tudyk, Laura Benanti and Keegan-Michael Key!
The Parisian Woman is Beau Willimon’s riveting play starring Uma Thurman as a charming political figure who, at a pivotal point in time, has to come to terms with her personal as well as her political life.
Skintight is Joshua Harmon’s new drama starring Idina Menzel. The story follows Jodi (Menzel) as she navigates a world where youthful attractiveness and sex are on everybody’s mind, and the way we deal with them is as important as ever.
Fulfillment Center stars Deirdre O’Connell as a folk singer whose luck seems to be fleeting. Add in a young manager with girlfriend problems and a drifter with a secret and this world premiere will surprise you and make you gasp!
Marry Harry is the York Theatre Company’s spectacular NY Premiere of a brand new musical comedy set in New York! The story follows two people on the verge of 30 whose family ties hold a little too tightly!
Visionary director Julie Taymor brings you a story of love, espionage and betrayal. M. BUTTERFLY. Clive Owen stars in the first Broadway revival of this ravishing Tony®-winning play inspired by a scandal that captivated the world. Don’t miss this intoxicating and visually stunning production of M. BUTTERFLY as it comes to seduce Broadway audiences once again.
The Liar is David Ives’ adaptation of Pierre Corneille’s farce features the always lying Dorante and his manservant Cliton who is ever truthful. Together they get enveloped in a web of mistaken identities and intrigue.
Everybody is a modern adaptation of the famous morality play Everyman, adapted by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. In this version, Everybody gets randomly chosen from the cast by way of lottery, after which they follow their path towards the greatest mystery in life.
Sweat is Lynn Nottage’s new play making its Broadway debut after a very successful run at The Public Theater. Sweat follows a group of friends that all work together in a factory until layoffs and other unfortunate events threatens their friendship.
Sunday in the Park With George, the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine is coming back to Broadway! Jake Gyllenhaal plays the painter Georges Seurat whose obsessive nature in the short time before completing his most famous painting has significant consequences on his own life as well as others.
Prince of Broadway is a new musical that features and celebrates the life and work of Harold Prince’s 60-year career as director. The musical will look at Prince’s turbulent and eventful life and career involving some of the most famous and influential theater such as West Side Story, Cabaret, Phantom of the Opera, Company and many more!
Drew Droege’s new play Bright Colors and Bold Patters tells the story of Josh and Brennan whose night before the wedding explodes in a drug-fueled screaming tirade after their friend Gerry arrives angry about the slightly anti-equality wedding invitation.
Glenn Close stars as Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard, for which she won a Tony in 1995!Norma Desmond is a forgotten actress whose luxurious and seductive lifestyle tempts a poor screenwriter to work with her until he falls for another woman with dire consequences.
Patti LuPone and Christina Ebersole star in a brand new musical about Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden, two of America’s very first beauty entrepreneurs who were fiercely in competition with each other!
Lillian Hellman’s riveting drama The Little Foxes stars Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon as Regina and Birdie Hubbard, alternating these roles for the duration of the run. The Little Foxes is set in Alabama around the turn of the twentieth century as tensions in the Hubbard clan continue to rise.
Kevin Kline stars in Noel Coward’s comedy classic Present Laughter. Kevin Kline plays Garry Essendine, an actor who lands himself in all kinds of unwanted trouble, including with his ex-wife and manager, after an interesting encounter with a fan.
Not That Jewish is Monica Piper’s autobiographical show about her life as a Jew-ish woman, from her show-business family to her own family as a single mom and as a TV-writer for shows such as Roseanne and Rugrats.
Dead Poets Society is coming to Broadway! The hit movie, starring the late Robin Williams as John Keating, the slightly eccentric teacher at an all-boys prep school. Jason Sudeikis will star as Keating in the Off-Broadway production.
Judith Light stars in Neil Labute’s new play All the Ways To Say I Love You. The play follows Faye Johnson, a happily married guidance counselor, who recounts stories of her past dealing with a student.
In Transit is a new a cappella musical that follows eleven New Yorkers finding their way through the city. The small ensemble fills several different parts representing all kinds of New York lifestyle.
Oslo is the true story of Norwegian diplomat Mona Juul and her husband who orchestrated secret peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine that culminated in the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993.
Indecent is a new play with music ay by Paula Vogel, that is inspired by true events and looks at the Broadway debut of the controversial show God of Vengeance and the artists and performers that risked everything, including their lives, to perform it.
Liberty is a wonderful new theatrical experience about the arrival of Lady Liberty in America. Based on true events surrounding the political climate of that time, this 80-minute experience shows a country in recession, in which Lady Liberty fights to become an icon.
Hershey Felder stars as Irving Berlin in this one-time performance! Monday, June 6, audiences will be able to hear such songs as “White Christmas,” “God Bless America,” “Anything You Can Do,” and “Always”.
Les Liaisons Dangereuses is coming back to Broadway starring Liev Schreiber and Janet McTeer. Christopher Hampton’s classic follows a couple of former lovers that play games of seduction with each other and others in 18th century aristocratic France.
A Persistent Memory follows David as his memories are fading away, while he’s investigating a phenomenon threatening elephants globally. While being haunted by his past, he finds help from an unlikely direction.
This new play by Quiara Alegria Hudes tells the story of a cheap bar in Philly. This dive, owned by Daphne is the setting for an unconventional family including the bar regulars, Daphne and her adopted daughter,
The Front Page tells the story of Chicago tabloid newspapers that report on the police. This revival will star 2-time Tony winner Nathan Lane, John Slattery (Mad Men) and Golden Globe winner John Goodman.
Southern Comfort is a brand new musical, based on the Sundance Award winning documentary by Kate Davis, that tells the true story of a group of transgender friends that discover what family and love mean in their lives in the hills of Georgia.
Prodigal Son tells the story of Jim Quinn, a 17-year old from the Bronx who transfers to a private school in New Hampshire where two faculty members try to stand up against each other while getting to know Jim.
Written by Nick Payne (Constellations) comes a new play called Incognito. This play explores the questions behind memory and identity by weaving together three separate, mysterious but absolutely remarkable stories.
Directed by Tony winner Martin Charnin, comes In The Secret Sea, a play that tells the story of a couple that just got married and their respective parents who will have to make a life or death decision that’ll change their lives forever.
The Tony winning musical written and directed by James Lapine and with music by William Finn returns to Broadway in the Fall of 2016! Falsettos tells the story of Marvin who tries to create a tight family out of all his different relationships and through this journey discovers more about life, love and how to be a man
Smokefall is a new original show, starring Zachary Quinto. A bizarre mix of vaudeville and magical realism, this show blends the lines between humor and compassionate dialogue focusing on the family ties that stay with us forever.
White Rabbit Red Rabbit is a new avant garde show by the Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour. No-one is allowed to talk about it, and Google-ing the play is frowned upon, which is why the content is not known. In addition to that, there’s a new actor every performance that has never seen the play either. This global sensation is a new mix of social experiment and theater performance.
Angel Reapers explores the history of the Shakers through modern dance and traditional Shaker songs. The show features many original Shaker inspired movement and songs as well as a story that focuses on their will to remain pure while being tempted by the flesh.
Heisenberg, written by Tony-winner Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) is coming to Broadway after a successful run Off-Broadway this past summer. Starring Mary-Louise Parker and Denis Arndt, this show tells the touching story of a woman who kisses an older man on the neck in a busy train station in London. Although they are strangers, life will be forever altered by this encounter.
Oscar Winner Cate Blanchett makes her Broadway debut in The Present, an adaptation written by Andrew Upton and based of Chekhov’s Platonov. Blanchett plays the widow Anna Petrovna who stands at the middle of an intriguing web of relationships gone awry, unanswered love and built up regret, even though on the surface it may appear differently
Vincent is the story of Vincent van Gogh and his correspondence of over 500 letters with his brother Theo van Gogh. Written and dramatized by Leonard Nimoy, this production stars James Briggs as both of the van Gogh brothers.
The Robber Bridegroom is a hilarious, charming and sexy musical set in the South with a Robin Hood-twist to it. This revival marks the 40th anniversary of the musical after it premiered on Broadway in 1975 with Kevin Kline and Patti LuPone. This production features stage and movie actor Steven Pasquale as Jamie Lockhart, the charming bandit who will steal much more than just your heart.
Sense and Sensibility is a new adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel and has been called the “greatest stage adaptation of this novel in history”. The story follows the sisters Dashwood – Elinor and Marianne – after they lose their whole fortune. Sense and Sensibility is an ingenious story about the power of reputation, social standings and following your heart.
The classic Tony-winning musical Cats, with a score by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by T.S. Eliot, Trevor Nunn and Richard Stilgoe,will return to Broadway in the summer of 2016. The hit musical tells the story of the Jellicle cats and their quest to ascend to “the Heaviside Layer”.
The Woodsman is a thrilling musical that gives shape to the backstory of the Tin Man in L. Frank Baum’s Land of Oz. This production, which features spectacular life-size puppetry, gives insight as to how the Tin Woodsman fell in love and got cursed by an evil witch who’ll stop at nothing to keep the Woodsman from the love of his life.