Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus is Taylor Mac’s brand new play starring Nathan Lane and Andrea Martin as two servants ordered to clean up the bodies and the bloodshed that occurs at the end of Shakespeare’s lamentable tragedy!

Network is coming to Broadway! This adaptation of the legendary 1976 film will be directed by Ivo van Hove and will star Bryan Cranston as Howard Beale who becomes an overnight tv-legend.

Be More Chill is a new musical based on the novel by Ned Vizzini. The story follows average teenager Jeremy as he struggles with the idea of staying true to himself and being popular.

Ain’t Too Proud is the brand new musical featuring the swinging music of the Temptations! Experience the rise of the Temptations from the streets of Detroit to musical legends!

The Illusionists brings entertainers like Darcy Oake, Adam Trent, Colin Cloud, Shin Lim, Chloe Crawford and Light Balance to Broadway to put some magic into the holidays for all audiences!

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Ink is James Graham’s new play which chronicles the rise of Rupert Murdoch as he takes control over a struggling news paper and, together with his editor Larry Lamb, will go to any lengths to succeed!

Glenda Jackson stars as the titular character in one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays! The Tony winner will appear as Lear in the spring of 2019!

The late Sam Shepard’s drama True West returns to Broadway with Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano as the two struggling brothers Lee and Austin. Nominated for a Pulitzer, True West stands out as one of Shepard’s best.

Simon Wiesenthal did not look like a man who could bring some of the most notorious criminals the world has ever known to justice. But the diminutive man, who was known as the Jewish James Bond, made sure that more than 1,100 Nazi war criminals were tried. The play Wiesenthal celebrates the man who was dogged in his pursuit of justice for those who could not fight for themselves. Wiesenthal arrives in New York after winning the L.A. Drama Circle Award.

The classic American film, An American in Paris, is a major Broadway musical. The new stage musical, which, just like the film, features a score by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, has a book by Craig Lucas (Tony Award nomination for the book of Light in the Piazza). The show is choreographed and directed by Olivier Award winner Christopher Wheeldon, who well known known as a classically trained choreographer. An American in Paris tells the story of Jerry Mulligan, an American painter living in post-World War II France. The film is well known for its choreographic style, which is an amalgam primarily of ballet and jazz.

Ayad Akhtar’s play Disgraced, which won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, comes to the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway. Disgraced premiered at Chicago’s American Theater Company and received its Off-Broadway premiere in October 2012 at Lincoln Center Theater’s Claire Tow Theater.

Preview: Sep. 27, 2014   Open: Oct. 23, 2014

The 1937 Pulitzer Prize winning play You Can’t Take It With You comes to Broadway with Tony winner James Earl Jones as Grandpa Vanderhof and Kristine Nielsen as Penelope Sycamore. This American classic, written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, asks us to question our ideas regarding success, love, and family.

Terrence McNally’s comedy It’s Only A Play comes to life on the Broadway stage with an amazing group of actors. Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane headline an all-star cast that includes F. Murray Abraham, Stockard Channing, Megan Mullally and Micah Stock. McNally has created a winning Broadway comedy about the comedy of Broadway. This is a wonderful comedy by a four-time Tony winner and directed by three-time Tony winner Jack O’Brien.

Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance, starring John Lithgow and Glenn Close and directed by Pam MacKinnon, comes to Broadway this fall. A Delicate Balance, which premiered on Broadway in 1966 and won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1967, offers insights into the unsettling existence of an upper-middle-class couple and members of their family who struggle to cope with life and its uncertainties.

The Broadway revival of the innovative musical On The Town, which is at the Lyric Theatre, received great reviews. Jesse Green of New York Magazine summed up all critical responses by saying, “Get yourself to On the Town!” The musical, based on Jerome Robbins’ dance piece entitled Fancy Free, follows three sailors on leave in NYC during World War II. On the Town, which features standards such as “New York, New York” and “I Can Cook Too,” was created by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, and Robbins.

Titanic, the musical that considers man’s gargantuan dreams amidst the passion, compassion, and vulnerability of humanity, returns to Broadway. Titanic is a musical that resonates in telling a story of our unwarranted belief that, ironically, we believe that we are mightier than the forces of nature and unrivaled conquers of the unknown.

Preview: Fall 2014 Open: Fall 2014 Status: Future, open run

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, an adaptation by Simon Stephens of the popular mystery novel of the same name by Mark Haddon, which first opened at the National Theatre in London in 2012 and has enjoyed great success, occupies Broadway’s Ethel Barrymore Theatre starting in the Fall 2014. This is a mystery unlike any other and Stephens, who is well known for his translations of Chekhov and Ibsen, as well as his original plays, offers a vivid stage adaptation of this tale.

Five-time Tony winner Audra McDonald stars as Billie Holiday in the new musical Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill. Holiday, who was known as “Lady Day,” was a trouble, iconic American jazz singer and songwriter. Her story is moving, poignant, and captivating, as the inimitable McDonald brings the iridescent Lady Day to life on stage.

McDonald brings Holiday and her story to life in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill. This is a limited run, must-see musical!

The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance returns to Broadway with Bradley Cooper as John Merrick and Patricia Clarkson as Mrs Kendal. When The Elephant Man premiered on Broadway in 1979, it captured the admiration of audiences and critics alike, winning the Drama Desk, Tony, and New York Drama Critic’s Circle best play awards.

The Last Ship, a new musical with book by Brian Yorkey (Next To Normal and If/Then) and John Logan (screenwriter for Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, The Aviator, and Gladiator) and music by Sting, comes to Broadway. The Last Ship tells the story of Gideon Fletcher, a man who has travelled the world and returned home, only to discover how much he has lost.

The Velocity of Autumn, starring Academy Award winner Estelle Parson and two-time Tony Award winner Stephen Spinella, focuses on an aging parent and her showdown with her remaining family regarding where she will spend her waning years.

Preview: April 1, 2014 Open: April 21, 2014 Status: Future, open run.

  

With Mothers and Sons, playwright Terrence McNally offers a thought-provoking play about love, family, and compassion. Set in the present, Mothers and Sons, starring Tony-winner Tyne Daily, tells the story of an aging mom who lost her son to AIDS years ago, and her newly developing relationship with his former lover.

Preview: Feb, 23, 2014  Open: Mar. 24. 2014  Status: Closed, Jun. 22, 2014

 

 

In the musical Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, the passions of Tolstoy’s brash young lovers from War and Peace become full-blown as the vodka flows liberally and romance blooms with vivacity. It’s an evening of electropop opera by Dave Malloy.

Preview: N/A Open: Sep. 27, 2013 Status: Limited run, closed Dec. 31, 2013 

Machinal by Sophie Treadwell is an amazingly orchestrated Expressionistic drama about the main character, Young Woman, who has no idea how to negotiate her life. With little to no guidance from her mother and lost in a robotic, mechanized world, the Young Man struggles to survive.

Preview: Dec. 20, 2013 Open: Jan. 16, 2014 Status: Open

The Two-Character PlayThe Two-Character Play by Tennessee Williams features two stunning performances by Amanda Plummer (Clare) and Brad Douril (Felice). Williams’ enigmatic and semi-autobiographical play offers an experimental style more akin to the less concrete works of Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter than the poetic realism we associate with the playwright who created The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Synopsis

Clare and Felice, who are sister and brother, are two actors on tour. But how will they perform? They have been deserted by their theatre company and left in a crumbling state theatre. In a play within a play, the two actors perform The Two-Character Play, which is perhaps an illusion within an illusion. Reality and illusion blend and collide in this play that plumbs the depths of isolation and despair and the possibility of survival.

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Cast

Clare Amanda Plummer
Felice Brad Douril

Creative

Author Tennessee Williams
Director Gene David Kirk
Set Designer Alice Walkling
Costumes Lata de Bruijn
Original Costume Design Alice Walkling
Original Lighting Design Phillip Hewitt
Sound Phillip Hewitt

Venue

New World Stages Stage 5
340 West 50th Street
(between Eighth and Ninth Avenues)
New York, NY 10019

Preview: N/A Open: Jun. 19, 2013 Status: Closed Nov. 3, 2013

Willkommen Cabaret The Kander and Ebb musical is coming back for a limited run with Alan Cumming as the Emcee and Michelle Williams making her Broadway debut as Sally Bowles. The setting is the Kit Kat Klub in pre-World War II Berlin where morals are loose, life is intoxicating, and time is running out on a society that is headed over the edge.

Beautiful- The Carole King Musical is a new Broadway show featuring hit songs by the Queen of all chart topping songwriters. Beautiful focuses on the future superstar’s early years- her struggles and triumphs.

Mary-Louise ParkerIn The Snow Geese, starring Tony and Emmy winner Mary-Louise Parker, playwright Sharr White offers the portrait of an upper class family in crises. Set during World War I, The Snow Geese provides us with insights into a New York family struggling with the past, present and future.

Synopsis

In The Snow Geese, it is time for the annual shooting party in upstate New York and recently widowed Elizabeth Gaesling is determined to lead the event. She has gathered her family for the rural adventure. But this is not an easy or happy time. Elizabeth must face an uncertain future without her husband and with two sons whose lives are changing forever. Her eldest is about to go to the war in Europe and her youngest son, discovering that the family is deeply in debt, must struggle with a new vision of the father he adored and admired. The Snow Geese provides us with insights into the harsh changes that influence and alter our lives.

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Written by Sharr White
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The Samuel J Friedman Theatre
261 West 47th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Oct. 1, 2013 Open: Oct 24, 2013 Status: Closed Dec 14, 2013

macb234Ethan Hawke (Tony nomination in 2007 for The Coast of Utopia) will star in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Joining him as Lady Macbeth will be British actress Anne-Marie Duff. Duff will be making her Broadway debut. Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most powerful tragedies as it reveals the meteoric rise and fall of a Scottish king and queen who will stop at nothing to get and retain power.

Synopsis

Macbeth is a worthy general who finds himself on the verge of becoming all-powerful. His ambition is cultivated by three witches who help inspire him to take and keep the Scottish crown at any price. Co-conspirator Lady Macbeth helps keep her husband focused on the prize of ultimate power. Macbeth is a bloody and powerful tragedy about ambition, greed, conscience and morality.

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Written by William Shakespeare
Director Jack O’Brien
Set Designer Scott Pask
Costume Designer Catherine Zuber
Lighting Designer Japhy Weideman
Original Music and Sound Designer Mark Bennett

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The Vivian Beaumont Theater
150 West 65th Street
New York, NY 10023

Preview: Oct. 24, 2013 Open: Nov. 21, 2013 Status: Open

twelfth night23This production of Twelfth Night, done in rep with Richard III, is unique for this day and age in that all roles, as they were in Shakespeare’s time, are played by men. The production, which was first mounted in London, stars Tony Award winner Mark Rylance as the as the suddenly love-struck noblewoman Olivia. Featuring music, played live by musicians on traditional Elizabethan instruments in a gallery above the stage, the both productions are lit almost entirely by 100 on-stage candles.

Synopsis

Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night is filled with love, disguise, trickery, and humor. Outlandish characters, extreme emotions and cunningly clever comedic plots are all a part of one of Shakespeare’s most loved comedies. (Note: Twelfth Night will be performed six times per week and Richard III two.)

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Olivia Mark Rylance
Viola/Cesario Samuel Barnett
Malvolio Stephen Fry

 

 

 

 


 

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Written by William Shakespeare
Director Tim Carroll

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The Belasco Theatre
111 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Oct. 15, 2013 Open: Nov 10, 2013 Status: Open, in rep with Richard III.

winslow_smll_picThe Roundabout Theatre presents Terence Rattigan’s play The Winslow Boy starring Tony winning actor/director Roger Rees (Arthur Winslow) and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Grace Winslow). Written in 1946, The Winslow Boy takes is based on a real life event that occurred in the early 20th century at the Royal Navy College, Osborne.

Synopsis

In The Winslow Boy, the Winslow family finds itself in deep distress after son Ronnie, a fourteen year old naval cadet, is expelled from school for stealing. With the family name in disarray, Arthur, the father, must put himself in financial jeopardy to hire a lawyer to defend his son and clear the family name. His sister Catherine finds her engagement to be married may be at and end and his brother Dickie is forced to leave college and take a banking job to help the family meet its financial obligations.

The Winslow Boy is the story of a search for justice in an age that is offers strict and uncompromising codes for honor and behavior. A society, which focuses on rumor, false accusations and innuendo and in which they work towards destroying the reputation of an entire family, is examined.

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Arthur Winslow Roger Rees
Grace Winslow Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Written by Terence Rattigan
Director Lindsay Posner
Set and Costume Designer Peter McKintosh
Lighting Designer David Lander
Sound Designer Drew Levy

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The American Airlines Theatre
227 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Sept. 20, 2013 Open: Oct. 17, 2013 Status: Closed, Dec 1, 2013

Ian McKellen (Estragon) and Patrick Stewart (Vladimir) come to Broadway in Samuel Beckett’s absurdist masterpiece Waiting for Godot. Reprising the roles they played in the sold out, critically acclaimed West End production of Godot, they are joined by Tony winners Billy Crudup (Lucky) and Schuler Hensley (Pozzo) in a limited engagement. (Waiting for Godot is in repertory with No Man’s Land)

Preview: Oct. 26, 2013  Open: Nov 24, 2013  Status: Open, limited run (Waiting for Godot is in repertory with No Man’s Land.)

Broadway group discounts richard III In Richard III, Shakespeare offers us the portrait of a man who is driven beyond reason and moral conscience rule England. Richard, Duke of Gloucester, will do anything to have the crown of England placed on his head. Richard III is a story of greed, ambition and manipulation.

Synopsis

Richard III is considered to be one of Shakespeare’s most despicable and fascinating historical characters. Having already dispatched one king and that king’s son, Richard has his eye firmly planted on the throne and crown of England. But how much plotting and conniving can he perpetuate before he loses control of his plan to be the England’s monarch? In Shakespeare’s Richard III what seems easy, the dismissal of two credulous brothers and two helpless nephews – the Princes held in the Tower, is really very complicated. The more he betrays others, the closer Richard comes to his ultimate demise.

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Richard Duke of Gloucester Mark Rylance
Queen Elizabeth Samuel Barnett

 

 

 

 

 

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Written by William Shakespeare
Director Tim Carroll

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The Belasco Theatre
111 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Oct. 15, 2013 Open: Nov. 10, 2013 Status: Open, in rep with Twelfth Night.

broadway group sales, group discounts Soul DoctorSoul Doctor is based on the life of rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, who was known as the “Rock Star Rabbi.” Shlomo Carlebach, who used soul and gospel music, became the foremost Jewish religious songwriter of the 20th century and performed with a host of stars, including Bob Dylan, Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead. How did this escapee from Nazi Germany go from being a rabbinical prodigy to becoming the “Rock Star Rabbi?” Soul Doctor tells his story.

Synopsis

When he was a boy the central character in Soul Doctor, Shlomo Carlebach, escaped from Nazi Germany to America. This was the start of a unique journey that would involve his becoming a rabbinical prodigy in the U.S. and his introduction to gospel and soul music through his friendship with Nina Simone. This friendship would send rabbi Carlebach on a musical adventure. Using this friendship between Carlebach and Simone as its primary focus, Soul Doctor traces the rocket-like rise of the controversial father of popular Jewish music, as he became the “Rock Star Rabbi” and then had to deal with the effects of stardom, which compromised his family, faith and personal life. journey. Soul Doctor is an entertaining and enlightening show.

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Written and Directed by Daniel Wise
Music Shlomo Carlebach and Nina Simone
Lyrics David Schechter
Set Designer Neil Patel
Costume Designer Maggie Morgan
Lighting Designer Jeff Croiter
Sound Designer John Shivers and David Patridge

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The Circle in the Square Theatre
235 West 50th Street
New York, NY

Preview: Jul. 17, 2013 Open: Aug. 15, 2013 Status: Closed, Oct. 13

1.152578It’s the hit, hot, hip dance revue Forever Tango. The Tango has long been associated with romance, power, sensuality and sophistication. Forever Tango takes that dance and showcases its complexities in an evening of total entertainment. Masterful, enthralling and enticing, you’ll forever love Forever Tango

Synopsis

Forever Tango is a fluctuating state of being as told through one of the most charismatic dances ever created. The tango offers a story that is intimate and alluring. Each version of the tango has its own story to tell, as the relationship of the dancers, their bodies and energies combine to create a physical journey that viewers cannot resist.

Forever Tango
takes us on a journey that starts with the birth of salsa music and dance in 19th-century Buenos Aires and ends with contemporary interpretations and modern innovations that have shaped and changed the tango. Forever Tango was first seen on Broadway in 1997 where it ran for 14 months at the Walter Kerr, earning a Tony nomination for Best Choreography.

This new production features 16 dancers and an 11-piece orchestra and a featured vocalist. Five-time Grammy Award winner Gilberto Santa Rosa will star as the first special guest star for the initial three weeks of the engagement. Future vocalist casting will be announced at a later date. After its 10-week Broadway run, Forever Tango will tour the U.S. and other countries.

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Guest Vocalist (July 9-28) Gilberto Santa Rosa
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The Walter Kerr Theatre
219 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: July 9, 2013 Open: July 14, 2013 Status: Closed, Sep. 15, 2013

3.152120Two-time Olivier nominated actors Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner are back Off-Broadway in their hit show Potted Potter, once again performing their amazing, energetic, all-encompassing and clever retelling of J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. It’s all seven Potter books in 70 minutes of nonstop fun, adventure and theatricality.
Synopsis

Potted Potter, which is billed as the “unauthorized Harry experience,” is a tour de force that’s loved by everyone from 6 to Dumbledore. It’s a G-rated show that the family will enthrall the entire family. Potted Potter is perfect for the Harry fan, but it’s also great entertainment for the Potter neophyte. Get the family together, gather the local Harry Potter fan club, or secure a school bus for your L.A. class and see Potted Potter.

Show Facts

Cast

Performers Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner

Creative

Created by Daniel Clarkson and Jefferson Turner
Director Richard Hurst
Set Designer Simon Scullion
Lighting Designer Tim Mascall
Original Music Phil Innes

Venue

Little Shubert Theatre
422 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: May 30, 2013 Open: June 4, 2013 Status: Closed Sep. 1, 2013

1.152533In the new musical Murder Ballad by Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash, Sara leaves here bad boy bartender boyfriend, Tom, and falls in love with another sort of guy. His name is Michael and he’s a NYU student of poetry. After the two marry and have a baby. Sara longs for the gritty life with her former lover Tom.

Synopsis

With a rock-pop score and a setting that puts the audience around and even in the midst of the action, Murder Ballad energetically tells the story of a woman named Sara who finds she has two loves. One is represented by the harrowing, dark bar life that’s led by her former lover, Tom, and the other is connected with the middle class values of a contemporary nuclear family that includes her husband, Michael, and their baby girl. Sara gives up her family for the life inside the pool hall and on a bar stool but when she realizes she has made a mistake, it may just be too late for Sara to get back to her husband and baby daughter. Murder Ballad is a tragic tale of passion, romance and murder.

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Cast

Sara Caissie Levy
Tom Will Swenson
Michael John Ellison Conlee
Narrator Rebecca Naomi Jones

Creative

Music Juliana Nash
Lyrics Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash
Book Julia Jordan
Director Trip Cullman
Set Designer Mark Wendland
Costume Designer Jessica Pabst
Lighting Designer Ben Stanton
Sound Designer Leon Rothenberg
Choreographer Doug Varone

Venue

Union Square Theatre
100 East 17th Street
New York, NY 10003

Preview: May 7, 2013 Open: May 22, 2013 Status: Closed Sep. 29, 2013

1.152470In this adult-based rock musical about dating, sleeping together and falling in and out of love, F#%king Up Everything offers a fun 100-minute show that pushes through bars, parks and bedrooms. It’s a rollicking time as a nerdy children’s puppeteer and a unique singer-songwriter grapple with love.

Synopsis

in F#%king Up Everything, Christian Schwartzelberg is falling for Juliana, but Juliana is put off by the guy. After all, he’s a nerdy, kids entertainer and she’s a serious songwriter. They’re the primary couple in a musical that follows the travails, triumphs and thrill of searching for love. A riotous rock score sets the tone and the mood for F#%king Up Everything, a contemporary musical comedy about love and lovers.

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Cast

Christian Mohammed Schwartzelberg Max Crumm
Juliana Catherine Cozumel
Drummer George Salazar
Jake Jason Gotay
Ivy Dawn Cantwell
Arielle Lisa Birnbaum
Tony Douglas Widick

Creative

Music and Lyrics David Eric Davis
Book David Eric Davis and Sam Forman
Director Jen Wineman
Set Designer Deb O
Costume Designer Melissa Trn
Lighting Designer Joel E. Silver
Orchestrations Matt Hinkley

Venue

Elektra Theatre
669 8th Avenue
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Mar. 15, 2013 Open: Mar. 24, 2013 Status: Closed Jun 13, 2013

1.152557In Unconstitutional, Comedian Colin considers the visions of our founding fathers and what the country they formed has become. Is this really what they had hoped for? Wry, insightful, cutting and sarcastic, it’s a new show by Colin Quinn.

Synopsis

Colin Quinn’s latest one-man show, Unconstitutional, examines everything from predator drones to the Kardashians as he wonders exactly how we got to where we are as a nation? It was on May 25th, 1787, that fifty-five delegates in wigs and tights sat down to create the United States of America from virtually nothing. Find out how we’re doing in Colin Quinn’s Unconstitutional.

Show Facts

Cast

Performer Colin Quinn

Creative

Written by Colin Quinn
Director Rebecca Trent
Set Designer James Fauvell
Costume Designer Alexis Forte
Lighting Designer Sarah Lurie

Venue

Manhattan Theatre Club
131 West 55th Street
New York, NY

Preview: May 3, 2013 Open: May 16, 2013 Status: Open

1.152453In Totem, Cirque du Soleil investigates humankind’s evolution from the amphibian state to their dreams of flying. In a stunning, masterful vision that combines imagery, theatricality, music and refined acrobatics, Cirque du Soleil provides a show that captures our imaginations while mining the depths of our subconscious mythology.

Synopsis

Cirque du Soleil redefines our past, present and future in their latest show Totem. What do the symbols of our creation tell us, how do they define us and how can we investigate them to understand our history as creatures of this earth? Totem is a tale told through movement, imagery, music and pure theatricality, combing science, myth and the purity of motion.

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Creative

Founder and Creative Guide Guy Laliberté
Artistic Guide Gilles Ste-Croix
Writer and Director Robert Lepage
Director of Creation Neilson Vignola
Set and Prop Designer Carl Fillion
Costume Designer Kym Barrett
Composer and Musical Director Bob & Bill
Choreographer Jeff Hall
Lighting Designer Etienne Boucher
Sound Designer Jacques Boucher
Acrobatic Equipment and Rigging Designer Pierre Masse
Acrobatic Performance Designer Florence Pot

Venue

Citi Field
126-01 Roosevelt Av
New York, NY 11368

Preview: Mar. 14, 2013 Open:        Status: Closed, May 12, 2013

3.152521In the musical Bunty Berman Presents, Bunty Berman is one of the most successful movie producers in Bombay. But he may not have it anymore because his biggest star and best friend Raj is losing his audience appeal. Bunty sees his career going over the edge when his latest movie proves to be a bomb.

Synopsis

Bunty Berman Presents is a musical that offers a madcap look at a movie producer whose career is quickly failing. The popular producer needs to raise money for his next project but it won’t be easy as he has to make his way through an array of characters, including mobsters, divas and tea boys with a lot of ambition. Bunty Berman Presents is a comical insider’s view of Bollywood.

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Creative

Music Ayub Khan Din and Paul Bogaev
Book and Lyrics Ayub Khan Din
Director Scott Elliott
Choreographer Josh Prince
Set Designer Derek McLane
Costume Designer William Ivey Long
Lighting Designer David Lander
Sound Designer Acme Sound Partners

Venue

Theatre Row/Acorn Theatre
410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Apr. 12, 2013 Open: May 9, 2012 Status: Closed

Tennessee Williams’ poetic American classic The Glass Menagerie comes to Broadway with Cherry Jones as Amanda Wingfield, the desperate mother of Tom and Laura. In this semi-autobiographical drama, Tom Wingfield takes us back to the time when he was trying to break away from his domineering mother and overly-shy sister. The Glass Menagerie is a heartfelt memory play about a young man’s unsuccessful attempt to leave his family and past behind.

 

Broadway Group discounts Let It Be The Fab Four are on Broadway this summer in Let It Be. It an amazing concert experience that has taken the West End by storm sort of in the manner The Beatles took the U.K., the U.S. and the world by storm. Let It Be offers audiences state-of-the-art projection technology and 3-D sound as it charts The Beatles amazing journey from Liverpool to rock and roll legends.

Synopsis

Let It Be features lives performances of Beatles’ classics, including “Twist and Shout,” “Yesterday,” “Hey Jude,” and “Come Together.” Of course it includes the final song they recorded, “Let It Be.” Groove to the tunes of the Boys from Liverpool who grew up to be superstars and mega-millionaires. Travel from the Cavern Club in their hometown to the highest heights of Beatlemania and to their experimental studio period. You won’t want to miss Let It Be when it comes to Broadway this summer!

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The St. James Theatre
246 West 44th Street
New York, NY

Preview: July 16, 2013 Open: July 24, 2013 Status: Closed, Sep. 1 2013

1.152523Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is back on Broadway starring Tony nominee Condola Rashad and Hollywood heartthrob Orlando Bloom. The tale told of star-crossed lovers is primary reading material for high school students and one of the most popular of Shakespeare’s plays. This moving tragedy continues to resonate with contemporary audiences.

Synopsis

This production of Romeo and Juliet, which is directed by Tony nominee David Leveaux, will include a focus on diversity as the Capulets being played by black actors and the Montagues by white actors. Along with Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad, who played the doomed lovers, this production stars Tony nominees Jayne Houdyshell as the Nurse and Joe Morton as Lord Capulet.

Romeo and Juliet marks Bloom’s Broadway debut. A well-known Hollywood personality, his film credits include The Lord of the Rings trilogy, the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, Elizabethtown, Kingdom of Heaven, Troy, The Three Musketeers and Black Hawk Down.

Rashad, whose credits include the Broadway revival of The Trip to Bountiful and her Tony-nominated performance in Stick Fly, film an TV credits include 30 Beats, Sex and the City 2, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Smash, Georgetown, The Good Wife and Lifetime’s Steel Magnolias remake.

Romeo and Juliet is one of Shakespeare’s most produced plays. The tragedy focuses on two feuding families and the great losses caused by their animosity of one another. This looks to be an exciting production.

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Romeo  Orlando Bloom
Juliet  Condola Rashad
Nurse  Jayne Houdyshell
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The Richard Rdgers Theatre
226 West 46th Street
New York, NY

Preview: Aug. 24, 2013 Open: Sep. 19, 2013 Status:Closed Dec 8, 2013

3.152479The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream offers Broadway audiences the golden opportunity to once again experience the music and lyrics of this Rock & Roll Hall of Fame band. This is a fantastic group experience for those who remember this dynamite group and those who simply love their music. The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream includes their greatest hits such as “Groovin’,” “People Got to Be Free,” “A Girl Like You” and “A Beautiful Morning.”

Synopsis

The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream, which is from Steven Van Zandt and Marc Brickman, offers audiences the hits from one of the powerhouse groups of the ‘60s and ‘70s. The group was dedicated to bringing people together with their music. Hits include “A Ray of Hope,” “Heaven,” “You Better Run,” “Come on Up,” “How Can I Be Sure?” and “It’s Wonderful.” Also in this wonderful rock and roll show you’ll hear mega hits “Groovin’,” “People Got to Be Free,” “A Girl Like You” and “A Beautiful Morning.” The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream will take you back to a time when rock was coming of age as a powerful, pervasive force.

THE RASCALS INDUCTION INTO THE R&R HALL OF FAME

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The Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Apr. 15, 2013 Open: Apr. 18, 2013 Status: Future, limited run, closing May 5

Group discount tickets for Broadway musical First DateThe new musical First Date comes to Broadway after a successful Off-Broadway run. This is a hilarious look at that always nerve wracking and sometimes fulfilling ritual of that initial public meeting between a man and woman. First Date is a winning musical that proves that opposites do attract.

Synopsis

Aaron, an uptight guy, gets set up to be with the ultimate cool girl, Casey. It’s supposed to be a quick drink, but that one drink turns into an evening that takes a hilarious look at the dating scene. It’s about neurosis, impulse, fear, passion and much more. Of course the complexities of life, including Google background checks, fake emergency phone calls, many bad boy and uptown girl exes, and some sexy chemistry, are all a part of the picture. Is this a mismatch made in heaven or a dating disaster?

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Music and Lyrics: Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner
Book: Austin Winsberg
Director: Bill Berry
Choreographer: Josh Rhodes
Set Designer: David Gallo
Costume Designer: David C. Woolard
Lighting Designer: Mike Baldassari
Sound Designer: Kai Harada

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The Longacre Theatre
220 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Jun. 3, 2013 Open: Aug. 8, 2013 Status: Closed Jan 5, 2013

2.152398In the musical, The Last Five Years we’re introduced to Jamie and Cathy and travel with them along the path of their five-year relationship. The Last Five Years looks at what it takes to attempt to sustain a marriage that’s filled with conflict.

Synopsis

The Last Five Years looks at two 20-something New Yorkers who first follow their hearts, falling madly in love. For the next five years, Jamie and Cathy must try to negotiate the tricky road that is their marriage. Can love take them through the various conflicts they face when professional and personal passions collide?

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Cathy Betsy Wolfe
Jamie Adam Kantor

Creative

Music and Lyrics Jason Robert Brown
Director Jason Robert Brown
Set Designer Derek McLane
Lighting Designer Jeff Croiter
Costume Designer Emily Rebholz
Sound Designer Jon Weston

Venue

Second Stage Theatre
307 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Mar. 7, 2013 Open: Apr. 2, 2013 Status: Closed May 12, 2013

hit-wallThe context of the drama Hit The Wall is The Stonewall Inn, June 28, 1969. A police raid on the secretive gay bar changes how gays will deal with what most of America considers to be abhorrent lifestyle.

Synopsis

Hit The Wall looks at a watershed moment in American history. On June 28, 1969 before the new morning sun appeared, what was considered to be a routine police raid at the The Stonewall Inn, was the genesis for change in America. The raid on Stonewall, which was a popular underground gay bar in Greenwich Village, ignited a major riot. The Stonewall Riots, which were defined by violent protests and street demonstrations, continued for numerous days. Stonewall propelled various unlikely revolutionaries into the frontline of a movement that would change U.S. culture and politics forever.

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A-Gay Sean Allan Krill
Carson Nathan Lee Graham
Mika Gregory Haney
Cop Matthew Greer
Newbie Nick Bailey
Madeline Jessica Dickey
Cliff Ben Diskant
Peg Rania Salem Manganaro
Roberta Carolyn Michelle Smith
Tano Arturo Soria

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Written by Ike Holter
Director Eric Hoff
Original Music Dan Lipton
Set Designer Lauren Helpern
Costume Designer David Hyman
Lighting Designer Keith Parham
Sound Designer Daniel Kluger and Brandon Wolcott

Venue

Barrow Street Theatre
27 Barrow Street
New York, NY 10014

Preview: Feb. 18, 2013 Open: Mar. 10, 2013 Status: Open run

nikolai-and-others In Nikolai and the Others playwright Richard Nelson reimagines the historic collaboration between Balanchine and Stravinsky and offers insights into their creation of the ballet Orpheus while entertaining questions regarding the arts, funding creative projects  and politics in America.

Synopsis

A spring weekend in Westport, CT, in 1948 is the setting for Nikolai and the Others. During the weekend, a close-knit group of Russian emigres meet to eat, drink and talk. As the days progress, this play provides insights into collaborative creativity and art and asks us to consider the manner in which merican art was funded at the outset of the Cold War.

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Balanchine Michael Cerveris
Stravinsky John Glover
Serge Koussevitsky Dale Place
Sergey Sudeikin Alvin Epstein
Nikolai Nabokov Stephen Kunken

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Written by Richard Nelson
Director David Cromer
Set Designer Marsha Ginsberg
Costume Designer Jane Greenwood
Lighting Designer Ken Billington
Sound Designer Daniel Kluger
Choreographer George Balanchine

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Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre
150 West 65th Street
New York, NY 10023

Preview: Apr. 4, 2013 Open: May 6, 2013  Status: Closed June 6, 2013

3.152424Tom Durnin made some mistakes and has paid for them. Now in The Unavoidable Disappearance Of Tom Durnin, he’s out of prison and ready to renew his life. But can he?

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In The Unavoidable Disappearance Of Tom Durnin after doing time for his white-collar crime, Tom Durnin wants to regain the respect he thinks he deserves. But what’s the cost for doing so? Does he have to destroy even the new life his family has so carefully crafted in his absence? In The Unavoidable Disappearance Of Tom Durnin, Tom’s son isn’t sure if his father can be trusted and warily allows him to inhabit the couch. To this date, dad has only delivered hollow promises. Now Tom has to prove himself and be accepted by a family who has managed to live without him.

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Written by Steven Levenson
Director Scott Ellis

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Laura Pels Theatre
111 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: May. 31, 2013 Open: Jun. 30, 2013 Status: Closed Aug 25, 2013

mound-buildersWriting in the lyrical realistic mode, playwright Lanford Wilson tells a deep and penetrating story in The Mound Builders. As a team of archaeologists unearths the remains of a Native American civilization disturbing questions arise.

Synopsis

In The Mound Builders, a team of archaeologists arrives at an Illinois town. Their mission is to discover the mysteries of the Mound Builders. As they delve deep into the past of the Native American civilization, they also reveal a lot about themselves. During the course of the play, the team must deal with dangerous, disturbing and powerful forces of ambition and legacy.

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Dr. Dan Loggins Zachary Booth
Professor August Howe David Conrad
Cynthia Howe Janie Brookshire
Dr. Jean Loggins Lisa Joyce
Chad Jasker Will Rogers
Kirsten Rachel Resheff
D.K. Eriksen Danielle Skraastad

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Written by Lanford Wilson
Director Jo Bonney
Set Designer Neil Patel
Costume Designer Theresa Squire
Lighting Designer Rui Rita
Sound Designer Darron L West

Venue

Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre At The Pershing Square Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10019

Preview: Feb. 26, 2013 Open: Mar. 17, 2013 Status: Open. Limited run Apr. 14, 2013

lying-lessonIn the mysterious play The Lying Lesson, Carol Kane stars as a woman who may or may not be Better Davis. Playwright Craig Lucas creates a story that is enigmatic, introspective and engaging. Lucas, who wrote Prelude to a Kiss, Reckless and The Light in the Piazza, provides an extremely funny and unsettling homage to Hollywood’s Golden Age

Synopsis

In The Lying Lesson, which is set in a remote seaside village in Maine, we meet a woman who may or may not be legendary movie star Bette Davis (Kane). Davis, A.K.A. Ruth, arrives with the intention of purchasing the home of an elderly couple. Helped by a young local woman who appears never to have heard of her, “Ruth” tries to reclaim her distant past, and engages in an ongoing contest of cat and mouse with her new “assistant.” With a plot filled with twists and turns, The Lying Lesson asks incisive questions about memory, identity and truth-telling.

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Bette Davis Carol Kane
Missy Bodine Mickey Sumner

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Written by Craig Lucas
Director Pam Mackinnon
Set Designer Neil Patel
Costume Designer Ilona Somogyi
Lighting Designer Russell Champa
Original Music and Sound Designer Broken Chord

Venue

Atlantic Theater Company
336 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011

Preview: Feb. 20, 2013 Open: Mar. 13, 2013 Status: Limited run, closing Mar. 31, 2013

Edie Falco Madrid Off-Broadway group sales & discountsEdie Falco and Frances Sternhagen star in The Madrid a new play about changes that can define our lives. In Liz Flahive’s play, what appears to be a perfect life is apparently far from perfect.

Synopsis

In The Madrid, Martha (Falco) teaches kindergarten and appears to have a full and wonderful life. Along with having a meaningful job, she also possesses a devoted husband and loving daughter. But Martha is far from content and decides to give it all up, which means her daughter, Sarah, must try to hold it all together.

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Martha Edie Falco
Sarah Phoebe Strole
Rose Frances Sternhagen
Michael John Ellison Conlee
Danny Christopher Evan Welch
Becca Heidi Schreck
Dylan Seth Clayton

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Written by Liz Flahive
Director Leigh Silverman
Set Designer David Zinn
Costume Designer Emily Rebholz
Lighting Designer Jeff Croiter
Sound Designer Jill BC DuBoff
Original Music Tom Kitt

Venue

Manhattan Theatre Club
131 West 55th Street
New York, NY

Preview: Feb. 05, 2013 Open: Feb. 26, 2013 Status: Open, closing May 5, 2013

Group sales Cumming on Broadway in MacbethTony winner Alan Cumming, who won Broadway’s highest honor for bios portrayal of the Emcee in the revival of Cabaret, comes to the Great White Way for a one-man production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. The National Theatre of Scotland’s Macbeth, which was seen at the Lincoln Center Festival last year. This unique production has Cumming playing every role and includes multimedia design elements.

Synopsis

Set in a clinical room in a psych ward, this version of Macbeth occurs in the mind of a patient. The production, which is directed by Tony winner John Tiffany (Once) and Andrew Goldberg, is richly acted and vividly produced. This lead role of Macbeth is certainly a challenge for any actor; Cumming, however, will be tested to the limit by playing every role.

Along with his celebrated interpretation if the Emcee in Cabaret, Cumming was seen on Broadway in Design For Living in 2001 and The Threepenny Opera in 2006. The actor has also earned two Emmy nominations for his work on The Good Wife (CBS) and has been seen in numerous movies, including X2, GoldenEye, Spy Kids and The Anniversary Party.

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Written by William Shakespeare
Directors John Tiffany and Andrew Goldberg
Set and Costume Designer Merle Hensel
Lighting Designer Natasha Chivers
Sound Designer Fergus O’Hare
Projection Designer Ian William Galloway

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The Ethel Barrymore Theatre
243 West 47th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Apr. 7, 2013 Open: Apr. 21, 2013 Status: Open, limited run closing July 14, 2013

midlerThe one-woman show I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers brings Bette Midler back to Broadway. Midler plays ‘70s superagent Mengers in a play that brings the amazing woman to life. Mengers was smart, determined and charming and managed to rise from nothing to the pinnacle of success. It’s the Divine Miss M as another Divine Miss M.

Synopsis

Bette Midler plays agent to the biggest stars Sue Mengers in I’ll Eat You Last by John Logan. Mengers, a refugee from Adolf Hitler’s Germany, came to the U.S., managed to work past poverty and became a top Hollywood agent who was coveted by the biggest names in entertainment. Plus, her parties made an invite to Mengers’ home a premium Hollywood ticket.

In I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers, Midler creates the super agent using her amazing energy, skilled acting technique and resonant personality. It’s been more than 30 years since Midler appeared on Broadway and this show, directed by Joe Mantello and written by Tony-winner John Logan, looks to be a hot ticket.

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Preview: Apr. 5, 2013  Open: Apr. 24, 2013  Status: Closed June 30, 2013

luck-irishLuck of the Irish is a play about racism, upward mobility and sexuality. Set in Boston in the 1950s and the 2000s, this play considers how we view ourselves and others and examines what we will do to het what we want.

Synopsis

Set in two different time periods, Luck of the Irish first examines what an upwardly mobile African-American couple will do to secure a home in an all-white neighborhood. The get an Irish family to act as their front and purchase the home. Then 50 years later the Irish family reappears to get their house back.

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Performer Eisa Davis
Performer Marsha Stephanie Blake
Performer Amanda Quaid
Performer Dashiell Eaves
Performer Carra Patterson
Performer Frank Harts
Performer Victor Williams
Performer Jenny O’Hara
Performer Robert Hogan

Creative

Written by Kirsten Greenidge
Director Rebecca Taichman
Set Designer Mimi Lien
Costume Designer Oana Botez
Lighting Designer Justin Townsend
Sound Designer Matt Tierney

Venue

Claire Tow Theatre
150 West 65th Street
New York, NY

Preview: Jan. 28, 2013 Open: Feb. 11, 2013 Status: Future, limited run closing Mar. 10, 2013


really-reallyReally Really
looks at the early morning after the wild party has become tame. With a cast of college-age characters, Really, Really exposes false friends, overvaulting ambition and the tenacious nature of trust.

Synopsis

As the morning after begins, the reality of the night before looms large. In Really Really gossip, jealousy and vindictiveness turn friends into foes. The new day reveals a vicious jungle of sexual politics, passionate ambition and class warfare. In Really Really, only the strong and fit can possibly survive.

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Leigh Zosia Mamet
Davis Matt Lauria
Cooper David Hull
Jimmy Evan Jonigkeit
Grace Lauren Culpepper
Johnson Kobi Libii
Haley Aleque Reid

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Written by Paul Downs Colaizzo
Director David Cromer

Venue

Lucille Lortel Theatre
121 Christopher Street
New York, NY 10014

Preview: Jan. 31, 2013 Open: Feb. 19, 2013 Status: Open, limited run closing Mar. 30, 2013

 

dance-and-railroadThe Dance and the Railroad, which premiered in 1981 and is the second play written by David Henry Hwang, looks at the mid-nineteenth century strike by Chinese railroad workers.

Synopsis

The Dance and the Railroad, which is the second production in the Residency One: David Henry Hwang Series by the SignatureTheatre, is set on a California mountaintop in 1867 near the Transcontinental Railroad. In this setting, two Chinese rail workers fight poverty and hunger and attempt to reconnect with the traditions of their homeland. The Dance and the Railroad follows the twice-extended SignatureTheatre production of Golden Child.

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Ma Ruy Iskandar
Lone Yueken Wu

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Written by David Henry Hwang
Director May Adrales
Set Designer Mimi Lien
Costume Designer Jennifer Moeller
Lighting Designer Jiyoun Chang
Sound Designer Broken Chord

Venue

The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre
480 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10019

Preview: Feb. 5, 2013 Open: Feb. 25, 2013  Status: Future, limited run closing Mar. 17, 2013

peter_and_the_starcatcher1After becoming a Tony-winner and enjoying a successful run on Broadway, Peter and the Starcatcher is back on Off-Broadway. The stage adaptation of the book by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson is clever, energetic and revealing. Find out how Peter Pan became the “boy who would never grow up.”

Synopsis

Peter and the Starcatcher has captured the imagination of audiences with its wit, comedy and inventive staging. This unique, highly theatrical play includes a topnotch score, spot on acting and a wonderful ensemble feel. Created by Rick Elice, who co-wrote the Tony Award-winning Jersey Boys and The Addams Family and actor-director-author Roger Rees, Peter and the Starcatcher is a great show for groups. Take a magical trip to Neverland and meet this engaging crew of actors.

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Black Stache Matthew Saldivar
Boy Adam Chanler-Berat
Molly Aster Celia Keenan-Bolger
Fighting Prawn Teddy Bergman
Mrs. Bumbrake Arnie Burton
Slank Matt D’Amico
Smee Kevin Del Aguila
Prentiss Carson Elrod
Alf Greg Hildreth
Lord Aster Rick Holmes
Ted David Rossmer
Captain Scott Isaiah Johnson

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Based on the Novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Adapted by Rick Elice
Directors Roger Rees and Alex Timbers
Composer Wayne Barker
Movement Steven Hoggett
Set Designer Donyale Werle
Costume Designer Paloma Young
Lighting Designer Jeff Croiter
Sound Designer Darron L West

Venue

New World Stages- One
340 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019

Preview: Mar. 18, 2013  Open: Mar. 18, 2013  Status: Open

passionIn 1994, Passion won four Tonys, including Best Musical, Book and Original Score. Now the musical about love, obsession and desire is back in its first full New York revival.

Synopsis

In Passion, a young soldier, Giorgio, is sent to a lonely outpost and becomes obsessed with his colonel’s homely, ill cousin, Fosca. His interest in her grows and eventually turns into passion and finally tender love. The result of their night together is final as the fragile Fosca dies and Giorgio’s life is changed forever. Passion is an adult musical is bold, romantic and tender.

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Fosca Judy Kuhn
Clara Melissa Errico
Giorgio Ryan Silverman
Colonel Ricci Stephen Bogardus
Lieutenant Barri Jeffry Denman
Private Augenti Jason Michael Evans
Lieutenant Torasso Ken Krugman
Sergeant Lombardi Orville Mendoza
Doctor Tambourri Tom Nelis
Major Rizzoli/Ludovic Will Reynolds

Creative

Music and Lyrics Stephen Sondheim
Book James Lapine
Director John Doyle

Venue

Classic Stage Company
136 East 13th Street
New York, NY 10003

Preview: Feb. 8, 2013 Open: Feb. 28, 2013 Status: Open, limited run closing Apr. 19, 2013

women-willTina Packer’s Women of Will focuses on something with which Packer is exceptionally well versed, William Shakespeare’s female characters. The show, which is directed by Eric Tucker, is written by Packer, the founding artistic director of Massachusetts’ Shakespeare & Company

Synopsis

Women of Will stars Tina Packer and Nigel Gore in a play about Shakespeare’s leading ladies. Well some are ladies but most, one finds, are not. Women of Will is described as “the masterful summation of Tina Packer’s 40-plus years spent investigating all things Shakespeare; it is an engrossing exploration of the Bard’s art and psyche through his female characters, and portrayed by two of Shakespeare’s greatest modern interpreters – Ms. Packer and Nigel Gore.”

The evening includes jests, jaunts and jousts with a variety of women, including Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, Viola in Twelfth Night and that dark woman from the Scottish Play. If you love Shakespeare, great acting and amazing language, then Women of Will is an excellent choice. Women of Will is being offered for a limited run.

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Performer Tina Packer
Performer Nigel Gore

Creative

Written by Tina Packer
Director Eric Tucker
Set and Costume Designer Valerie Bart
Lighting Designer Les Dickert
Sound Designer Daniel Kluger

Venue

The Gym At Judson Memorial Church
243 Thompson Street
New York, NY 10034

Preview: Jan. 27, 2013 Open: Jan. 27, 2013  Status: Closed Jun. 2, 2013

the revisionist starring Vanessa Redgrave Group Sales DiscountsIn The Revisionist an American writer travels to Poland to be alone and deal with a crushing case of writer’s block. Upon arriving, he’s greeted by his elder second cousin, a woman named Maria who desperately needs to bond with her American family. The visit results in revelations that are painful, stunning, and enigmatic. The Revisionist stars Academy and Tony winning actress Vanessa Redgrave as Maria and playwright Jesse Eisenberg interprets the role of David.

Synopsis

The Revisionist is a drama focusing on how the past can bring both light and darkness to the present. Maria (Vanessa Redgrave) welcomes her younger second cousin David (Jesse Eisenberg) to Poland. What starts as a visit devoted to David freeing himself from an oppressive bout with writer’s block turns into a dialogue about Maria’s complicated post-war past. What she tells David will test their familial relationship and change him forever.

Playwright Jesse Eisenberg, who many know from his Oscar-nominated role in the movie Social Network, starred last season in his play Asuncion. Vanessa Redgrave has been seen on Broadway in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Driving Miss Daisy, and The Year of Magical Thinking. The Revisionist is being produced by Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre.

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David Jesse Eisenberg
Maria Vanessa Redgrave

Creative

Written by Jesse Eisenberg
Director Kip Fagan
Set Designer John McDermott
Costume Designer Jessica Pabst
Lighting Designer Matt Frey
Sound Designer Bart Fasbender

Venue

Cherry Lane Theatre
38 Commerce St.
New York, NY 10014

Preview: Feb. 15, 2013 Open: Feb. 28, 2013 Status: Open, limited run closing Apr. 27, 2013

cliveThe world premiere of Jonathan Marc Sherman’s Clive will be directed by and star Ethan Hawke. Clive, which is inspired the Bertolt Brecht’s powerful play Baal, is a tale of excess as the title character focuses on delineating the life of a songwriter who lives a dissolute life in 1990s New York City.

Synopsis

Clive is the journey of a man hell-bent on his own destruction. Fascinating, deplorable and enlightening, Clive offers us a dark and simultaneously celebratory vision of a life focused on experiencing pleasure. What are the hedonistic extremes that one person will embrace and how far will one go to experience pleasure? Clive offers an eclectic selection of classic American songs performed live.

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Performer Ethan Hawke
Performer Zoe Kazan
Performer Vincent d’Onofrio
Performer Brooks Ashmanska

Creative

Written by Jonathan Marc Sherman
Director Ethan Hawke

Venue

Theatre Row/Acorn Theatre
410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 1003619

Preview: Jan. 17, 2013 Open: Feb. 7, 2013 Status: Future, limited run, closing Mar. 9, 2013 

forever-dustyUtilizing some of the most popular songs from the 60s, Forever Dusty tells the story of Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O’Brien, an ill-at-ease Catholic schoolgirl who became Dusty Springfield, a rock star. This is a moving and fascinating story about the British rock legend who dealt with issues related to sexual identity, addiction and the ever encompassing and smothering forces of fame.

Synopsis

Forever Dusty, with Kirsten Holly Smith as Dusty Springfield, offers us insights into a woman who rose to stardom and then had to conquer drug addiction, alcoholism and self-mutilation. This is the full story told as part biography, part conjecture and all Dusty. The show, which was also co-written by Smith, offers numerous hit pop songs including “Son of a Preacher Man,” “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me,” “The Look of Love.” Go back in time and meet a legend.

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Dusty Springfield Kirsten Holly Smith
Claire Christina Sajous
Becky/Gini Coleen Sexton
Jerry Wexler/Bob Thackeray Benim Foster
Tom Springfield Sean Patrick Hopkins

Creative

Written by Kirsten Holly Smith and Jonathan Vankin
Director Randal Myler
Set Designer Wilson Chin
Costume Designer Nancy Palmatier
Lighting Designer Richard DiBella
Sound Designer Matt Kraus

Venue

New World Stages Stage 5
340 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019

Preview: Nov. 11, 2012 Open: Nov. 18, 2012 Status: Open run


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by Colm Toibin takes as its focus Mary, the mother of Jesus. Set after the Crucifixion of Jesus in the city of Ephsesus, the play offers insights into the human side of Mary, one that is filled with doubt, independence and free thought.

Synopsis

After her son, Jesus, has been crucified, Mary, his mother, lives under guarded protection in Ephsesus. In The Testament of Mary, she must contend with two of Jesus’ followers who desire to write about her son’s life. But Mary won’t cooperate with these writers of the gospel under whose protection she lives. She does not believe Jesus was the Son of God. Mary has her own story to tell, and it’s one that has never before been heard.

Starring Fiona Shaw as Mary, The Testament of Mary boldly sets forth a new vision of the mother of Jesus. She is her own person who knows Jesus in ways no other person has or ever will. We see Mary as a mother who has suffered a great loss and who must contend with men who would weave a tale of him that she finds to be inaccurate at best. The Testament of Mary, which is an adaptation of the playwright’s short novel publish in 2012, is a truly unique vision of the mother of Jesus, raising questions regarding faith, history and power.

FIONA SHAW READS FROM T.S. ELIOT’S THE WASTELAND

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Mary Fiona Shaws

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Written by Colm Toibin
Director Deborah Warner
Set Designer Tom Pye
Lighting Designer Jennifer Tipton

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The Walter Kerr Theatre
219 West 48th Street
New York, NY

Preview: Mar. 26, 2013 Open: Apr. 22, 2013 Status: Previews, limited run closing Jun. 16, 2013

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Clifford Odets The Big Knife is as much an indictment of 1940s Hollywood and what it can do to one’s soul, as it is a play of suspense, mystery and intrigue. Actor Charlie Castle used to be an accomplished artist on the stage, but he’s turned into a schlock actor willing to do the studio’s bidding. He’s played the Hollywood game, cheated on his wife and made his family his second-choice in life. Marion, his wife, says she will forgive everything if he’ll turn his back on Tinsel Town. But can he?

Synopsis

Can Charlie Castle give up the Hollywood scene in The Big Knife? The studio doesn’t want to let Charlie go. He’s worth too much. His wife demands that he does. Will studio executive Marcus Hoff get his way and will his blackmailing force the actor to sign a 14-year studio deal? Charlie wants to do the right thing but finds himself caught in the middle of forces he can’t control. The outcome is dark and tragic.

The Big Knife offers a compelling story about the demise of man who once possessed amazing potential, brilliant talent and a moral center. But in Odets’ play all of those attributes, which had defined Charlie Castle, are gone and what is left may not be able to be saved or to survive.

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Bobby CannavaleCast

Charlie Castle Bobby Cannavale
Dixie Evans Rachel Brosnahan
Marcus Hoff Richard Kind
Connie Bliss Ana Reeder
Buddy Bliss Joey Slotnick
Nat Danziger Chip Zien
Hank Teagle Adam Rapp
Smiley Coy Reg Rogers
Patty Benedict Brenda Wehle
Russell Billy Eugene Jones

 

 

Creative

Written by Clifford Odets
Director Doug Hughes
Set Designer John Lee Beatty
Costume Designer Catherine Zuber
Lighting Designer James L. Ingalls
Original Music and Sound Design David Van Tieghem

 

 

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The American Airlines Theatre
227 West 42nd Street
New York, NY

Preview: Mar. 22, 2013 Open: Apr. 16, 2013 Status: Previews, limited run closing Jun. 2, 2013

Group discounts Cicely Tyson on Broadway Trip to BountifulHorton Foote’s The Trip to Bountiful is the story of one woman’s journey from the obscurity of old age to true dignity and self-understanding. The Trip to Bountiful is a haunting, beautifully poetic and ennobling play that offers insight into the human soul. The all-star cast includes Cicely Tyson, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Vanessa Williams and Condola Rashad in a limited Broadway run.

Synopsis

Broadway welcomes a new production of the Horton Foote play The Trip to Bountiful. In 1985, actress Geraldine Page won an Oscar for her portrayal of Carrie Watts, an elderly woman who desires to take one more trip back to her hometown, which is named Bountiful. This production offers a star-studded cast that includes Cicely Tyson in the lead role.

In The Trip to Bountiful, an elderly Carrie Watts is living in Houston with her daughter-in-law and overprotective son. Although she deeply desires to go back home to her hometown of Bountiful, her son and his wife hinder her efforts. She tries to take a train to the town, but finds that the railroad no longer runs there. Although there is no direct transportation to Bountiful, eventually Carrie is able to travel near to the town via a bus. On her bus trip she meets a new friend, a young woman named Thelma.

Her son and daughter-in-law, who are in a panic over Carrie being missing, track her down before she gets to Bountiful. But she’s determined to see her hometown. When she does get there she discovers it’s abandoned and derelict.

Tyson, who returns to the Broadway stage after a 30-year absence, will be joined by Cuba Gooding, Jr., who will play her son Ludie Watts, and Vanessa Williams, who will play her daughter-in-law Jessie Mae Watts. Condola Rashad will play the young woman Thelma, who becomes a newfound friend of Carrie.

CICELY TYSON PERFORMS SOJOURNER TRUTH’S “AIN’T THAT A WOMAN?

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Carrie Watts Cicely Tyson
Ludie Watts  Cuba Gooding Jr.
Thelma  Condola Rashad
Jessie Mae Watts  Vanessa Williams

 

 

 

 

 

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Written by Horton Foote
Director Michael Wilson

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The Stephen Sondheim Theatre
124 West 43rd Street
New York, NY

Preview: Mar. 30, 2013 Open: Apr. 23, 2013 Status: Closed, Oct. 9, 2013

pump-boys-and-dinettesIn 1982, Pump Boys and Dinettes captured Broadway and numerous Tony nominations with its homespun tunes and small town charm. Developed by a performance group of the same name, Pump Boys and Dinettes ran for 573 performances on Broadway. It’s back and this time will star Bo Bice, the runner-up on the fourth season of American Idol.

Synopsis

Pump Boys and Dinettes is more of a concept show than a plot-driven piece. Starring Bo Bice and a group of talented actors/musicians, this is the story of hard working folks who occupy a filling station and next door eatery on Highway 57. Local folk include Jim, Eddie, Jackson and L.M. and The Cupp sisters, Prudie and Rhetta. The two sisters run the Double Cupp Diner and serve up hot coffee and great songs while the pump boys offer accompanying high-octane vocals and instrumentals. Pump Boys and Dinettes is a great evening of local color, songs from the heart and downhome comedy as the cast utilizes a range of musical instruments, including guitar, piano, bass, fiddle, banjo, ukulele, harmonica and even kitchen utensils.

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Performer Bo Bice
Performer Alexander Gemignani
Performer Erik Hayden
Performer Justin Hosek
Performer Leenya Rideout
Performer Jane Pfitsch

Creative

Book, Music and Lyrics
Debra Monk, John Foley, Mark Hardwick, Cass Morgan, John Schimmel and Jim Wann
Director John Doyle

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Circle In The Square Theatre
235 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019

Preview: Mar. 19, 2013 Open: Apr. 8, 2013 Status: Open run


breakfast-at-tiffanys-bway-13Breakfast at Tiffany’s
, a new adaptation of Truman Capote’s novella, premieres on Broadway. Written by Richard Greenberg (Tony Award for Take Me Out), the play stars Emilia Clarke as Holly Golightly, Cory Michael Smith as Fred and George Wendt as Joe Bell. Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a romantic story about a young woman who is struggling to find the courage to love.

Synopsis

Holly Golightly, a young, beautiful, vivacious woman with a past and possessing ambition for the finer things in life, wants something—but she’s unsure of what exactly that is. She loves being the center of attention and she embraces the high life as exemplified by the prestigious Tiffany jewelry store.

When a young writer named Fred walks into her life, Holly finds a new type of bond developing that begins to make her doubt the feelings she has for her more prestigious suitors that include a playboy millionaire and the future president of Brazil. This new adaptation by Tony-winner Richard Greenberg is smart, witty and romantic, capturing Breakfast at Tiffany’s heart and charm.

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Holly Golightly Emilia Clarke
Fred Cory Michael Smith
Joe Bell George Wendt

Creative

Written by Richard Greenberg
Based on the novel by Truman Capote
Director Sean Mathias
Set Designer Derek McLane
Costume Designer Colleen Atwood
Lighting Designer Peter Kaczorowski
Original Music and Sound Designer Rob Milburn and Michael Bodeen
Projection Designer Wendall K. Harrington

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The Cort Theatre
138 West 48th Street
New York, NY 10019

Preview: Mar. 4, 2013 Open: Mar. 20, 2013 Status: Closed

Broadway group discounts Baldwin in  OrphansAlec Baldwin returns to Broadway in the revival of Orphans. Orphans played to critical acclaim in New York and London in the mid-1980s. This is an intense, funny and violent play that will stir your innermost feelings about family and parenting.

Synopsis

Orphans is the story of two brothers, Treat and Phillip, who are older and whose mother has died and father has abandoned them. The play offers insights into family, fatherhood and growing up. Set in a dilapidated row house on North Philly, the brothers live on Treat’s petty crimes and toughness while Phillip, who is intensely innocent and naïve, stays inside the row house frightened of the world outside.

The brothers’ lives change drastically when Treat kidnaps a Chicago gangster, Harold. Although the boys are first in control, Harold manages to free himself and at gunpoint takes over the boy’s lives, becoming their mentor, teacher and surrogate father. Orphans is an intense, revelatory theatrical experience.

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Harold Alec Baldwin
Treat Ben Foster
Phillip Tom Sturridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Written by Lyle Kessler
Directed by Daniel Sullivan

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The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
236 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Mar. 19, 2013 Open: Apr. 18, 2013 Status: Closed May 19, 2013

 

Zelda at the Oasis, which is set in the 1930s, provides insight into the balancing act that one artistic spouse must maintain when the other half is considered to be a genius. Zelda in this play is Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, wife of legendary American novelist, F. Scott Fitzgerald. In Zelda at the Oasis, she attempts to escape from the gigantic shadow of her husband and be recognized as an artist in her own right.
Synopsis
Zelda Fitzgerald is in a New York watering hole, the Club Oasis, where she hopes to dilute the tumultuous feelings that swirl around in her regarding her relationship with her husband, the eminently famous novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald. Defined by a less-than-stellar artistic reputation, Zelda attempts to deal with her relationship with her husband and his legendary literary status. During the course of the evening, the bartender at the Club Oasis befriends Zelda.
The bartender, who is called Bar Man, is an aspiring musician who plays the piano. As Zelda attempts to deal with her dwindling sanity and the growing overbearing nature of her husband, she finds solace in the unexpected friendship with the bartender. Zelda tells her stories to Bar Man, and he transforms into the characters she relates to him. Can her burgeoning friendship offer her solace, hope and a new beginning?
Show Facts
Creative
Written by P.H. Lin
Director Andy Sandberg
Set Designer Colin McGurk
Costume Designer Dustin Cross
Lighting Designer Grant Yeager
Sound Designer David Melnick
Cast
Bar Man Edwin Cahill
Zelda Gardner Reed
Venue
St. Luke’s Theatre
308 46th St.
New York, NY 10019
Preview: Nov. 16, 2012 Open: Dec. 4, 2012 Status: Open Run

The Old Man and the Old Moon is a highly inventive yarn that takes audiences on a magnificent adventure that is defined, enacted and narrated by a talented ensemble. This is a highly theatrical piece that is unique stylistically and creative a a tale told. Enjoy The Old Man and the Old Moon, a story about love, duty and the unpredictable nature of life.
Synopsis
The Old Man and the Old Moon is the story of an old man whose job it is to fill up the moon every month. He finds himself in a dilemma, as he must now abandon his job in order to search for his missing wife. She was taken away from their home when she searched for a mysterious and mesmerizing melody that lilted through the sea’s breeze. The Old Man’s adventure takes him to exotic and surreal locations where he experiences tumultuous tempests, magnificent leviathans from the deep, combative ghosts, explosive civil wars and various other mystical creatures and outlandish experiences.
Show Facts
Creative
Created by PigPen Theatre Company
Cast
Performer Arya Shahi
Performer Ryan Melia
Performer Curtis Gillen
Performer Ben Ferguson
Performer Dan Weschler
Performer Matt Nuernberger
Performer Alex Falberg
Venue 
The Gym At Judson Memorial Church
243 Thompson Street
New York, NY 10034
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Preview: Sep. 26, 2012 Open: Oct. 7, 2012 Status: Limited run, closing Jan. 6, 2013

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My Name is Asher Lev is based on Chaim Potok’s best-selling novel about a young boy who desires to be a painter. Adapted by Aaron Posner, My Name is Asher Lev focuses on a prodigy who will pursue his dream at any cost. This is a stirring drama of determination, hope and will power.
Synopsis
Set in post-World War II Brooklyn, My Name is Asher Lev is a beautiful story of a young man who attempts to serve two masters– his love of art and his religious and cultural Hasidic roots. This is a coming-of-age drama in which the energy, enthusiasm and passion of a young man drive him to seek his dreams even though such a pursuit may have terrible consequences on his relationships with those he loves. My Name is Asher Lev is about family, understanding and reaching for one’s dream no matter how difficult it may be to attain.
Show Facts
Creative
Adapted by Aaron Posner
Based on the novel by Chaim Potok
Director Gordon Edelstein
Cast
Asher Lev Ari Brand
Ari Lev Mark Nelson
Riv Lev Jenny Bacon
Venue
Westside Theatre
407 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Nov. 8, 2012 Open: Nov. 28, 2012 Status: Closed May 26, 2013

assembled-partiesThe Assembled Parties
, which will star Tony nominee Jessica Hecht and Tony winner Judith Light, takes us to the  home of former movie star Julie Bascov (Hecht) and her sister-in-law Faye (Light).  The occasion is a traditional family holiday dinner. Tonight’s dinner includes  a house guest who brings a new energy to the proceedings.
Synopsis
Set in the large, rambling apartment of the Bascov family in New York’s Upper East Side, The Assembled Parties offers us a glimpse of a Jewish family with secrets to hide. We meet that family in 1980 as they hold their holiday dinner with a guest in attendance. The play, which spans 20 years, offers a complication that intensifies the family drama. It’s a guest who will turn things upside down as he accidentally or perhaps purposefully insinuate himself into the family drama. Will the apparently accomplished and happy Bascov family see its world crumble apart?
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"Judith Light in Lombardi will be back on Broadway in Assembled Parties"

Cast
Julie Bascov Jessica Hecht
Faye Judith Light
Jeff Jeremy Shamo
Mort Mark Blum
Ben Sam Robards
Creative
Written by Richard Greenberg
Director Lynne Meadow
Settings Santo Loquasto
Costumes Jane Greenwood
Lighting Peter Kaczorowski
Sound & Original Music Obadiah Eaves

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The Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
261 W 47th St
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Mar. 21, 2013  Open: Apr. 17, 2013  Status: Closed July 28, 2013

 

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The thrilling, passionate and violant musical Jekyll and Hyde is back on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. When first produced on Broadway in 1997 it ran for more than three years offering 44 previews and 1,543 performances. The musical comes to Broadway for a limited run after traveling the U.S. on a 25-city tour.
Synopsis
In the musical Jekyll and Hyde, Dr. Henry Jekyll is desperate to find a cure for his father’s mental illness. That desperation sends him on an unbelievable journey where the deepest of evils in the doctor are released in his alter-ego Mr. Edward Hyde. Jekyll and Hyde offers audiences intense passions, sensual romance and contrasting views of the underside and the elegant and beautiful of life. With a big score, grand and intense scenes and uncompromising honesty Jekyll and Hyde offers Broadway audiences a unique and entertaining evening in the theatre.
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Cast
Lucy Deborah Cox
Jekyll/Hyde Constantine Maroulis
Creative
Book & Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
Music by Frank Wildhorn
Conceived by Frank Wildhorn and Steve Cuden
Director & Choreographer Jeff Calhoun
Musical Supervisor Jason Howland

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THE MARQUIS THEATRE
200 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Apr. 5, 2013  Open: Apr. 18, 2013  Status: Limited run, closed May 12, 2013.

 

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The late Nora Ephron takes us on an amazing journey in her play Lucky Guy, starring Tom Hanks. Lucky Guy explores graft-filled New York in the 1980s. It’s the story of tabloid journalist and Pulitzer Prize winner Mike McAlary. McAlary opened the lid on police corruption in the city and continued to find himself in the middle of controversy throughout his career. Lucky Guy sees Hanks make his Broadway debut in the lead role of McAlary and is directed by Tony-winning director George C. Wolfe.

Synopsis
In Lucky Guy, reporter Mike McAlary is on the ride of his life as he takes on the cops in New York City and exposes the underside of corruption on the force. McAlary, who almost saw his career evaporate when he was sued for libel, had a noteworthy career and life, winning the Pulitzer Prize for his reporting of the Abner Louima case. Louima was a Haitian living in NYC who was arrested outside a Brooklyn nightclub in 1997and abused and forcibly sodomized with the handle of a toilet plunger by New York City police officers.
Lucky Guy offers an insightful portrait of the driven McAlary whose career was a rollercoaster ride that ended with his untimely death from colon cancer on Christmas Day, 1998. Tom Hanks makes his first ever Broadway stage appearance.
Hanks has had a long film career that includes Philadelphia, Saving Private Ryan and Sleepless in Seattle. Ephron is primarily known for her screenplays, including Sleepless in Seattle, Heartburn and When Harry Met Sally. Wolfe directed Angels In America: The Millennium Approaches (Tony Award) and Jelly’s Last Jam (11 Tony nominations).
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Cast
Mike McAlary Tom Hanks
Michael Daly Peter Scolari
Eddie Hayes Christopher McDonald
John Cotter Peter Gerety
Creative
Written by Nora Ephron
Director George C. Wolfe

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THE BROADHURST THEATRE
235 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Mar. 1, 2013  Open: Apr 1, 2013  Status: Closed July 3, 2013

 

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In the new musical Hands on Hard Body, things aren’t getting any better for ten Texans each of whom needs something positive to occur in his/her life. Each is given a chance in a contest to turn their lives around. But there will be only one winner. Will it be fate, strength, smarts or trickery that finally pays off in Hands on Hard Body?

Synopsis

In the musical Hands on Hard Body, ten Texans who are down on their luck have the opportunity to win a brand new truck. The competition involves keeping one hand on the truck at all times. Each one desperately needs to win this vehicle that can change their lives.
Told with humor, wit and warmth Hands on Hard Body is a musical focusing on hope and ambition. Who will you root for and who will finally take home the grand prize after days of baking under the high, simmering Texas sun?

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"Hands on Hard Body great group prices"

Cast
J D Drew Keith Carradine
Kelli Mangrum Allison Case
Benny Perkins Hunter Foster
Greg Wilhote Jay Armstrong Johnson
Chris Alvaro David Larsen
Ronald McGowan Jacob Ming Trent
Heather Stovall Kathleen Elizabeth Monteleone
Virginia Drew Mary Gordon Murray
Mike Ferris Jim Newman
Cindy Barnes Connie Ray
Jesus Pena John Rua
Norma Valverde Keala Seattle
Janis Curtis Dale Soules
Frank Nugent Scott Wakefield
Don Curtis/Dr. Stokes William Youmans
Creative
Music Trey Anastasio and Amanda Green
Lyrics Amanda Green
Book Doug Wright
Director Neil Pepe
Choreographer Sergio Trujillo
Set Designer Christine Jones
Costume Designer Susan Hilferty
Lighting Designer Kevin Adams
Sound Designer Steve Canyon Kennedy

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THE BROOKS ATKINSON THEATRE
256 West 47th Street
New
York, NY 10036
Preview: Feb 23, 2013  Open: Mar. 21, 2013  Status: Closed Apr. 13, 2013

This new translation of Anton Chekhov’s Ivanov by Carol Rocamora stars Ethan Hawke and Joely Richardson in a production directed by Austin Pendleton. Chekhov’s play focuses on a declining bureaucrat and his attempt to renew his life. But life and its intricacies, nuances and unpredictable occurrences seem to be against Ivanov. Will he be able to cope?
Synopsis
Ivanov is a bureaucratic official who is being crushed by debt, responsibilities and regrets. He wants to find his energy for living once again but is beleaguered by an ill wife, unsettling relationships and ongoing pressures. Can he survive and flourish? This Chekhov drama first resonates with hope but suddenly ends in despair and futility.  Ivanov is a study of what it is to be human, fragile and imperfect.

 

Show Facts

Cast
Ivanov Ethan Hawke
Anna Joely Richardson
Creative
Written by Anton Chekhov
Translated by Carol Rocamora
Director Austin Pendleton
Set Designer Santo Loquasto
Costume Designer Marco Piemontese
Lighting Designer Keith Parham
Original Music and Sound Designer Ryan Rumery
Venue
Classic Stage Company
136 East 13th Street
New York, NY 10003
Preview: Oct. 17, 2012 Open: Nov. 4, 2012  Status: Limited run; Closing Dec. 9, 2012

 

It is terrorism with a twist—a romantic twist, that is. In the drama Modern Terrorism we find that hate does not always dominate the mind of a terrorist as doubt and love cause major problems.
Synopsis 
A terrorist bomber has one mission in mind. But in Modern Terrorism the beautiful woman who is his conspirator distracts the bomber. His mission becomes an affair of the heart and then highly complicated when a neighbor becomes involved in the situation. It all reels out of control in Modern Terrorism.
Show Facts
Written by Jon Kern
Director Peter DuBois
Set Designer Alexander Dodge
Costume Designer Mimi O’Donnell
Lighting Designer Russell Champa
Sound Designer M.L. Dogg 

 

Venue

Second Stage Theatre
307 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Sep. 21, 2012 Open: Oct. 15, 2012  Status: Open run

Bare is a very different sort of high school musical. The focus is on teens dealing with their senior year at a co-ed Catholic boarding school. It’s about preparing for the future as an adult while still being a child. This is a musical that connects on many different levels and it has become a hit.

Synopsis
The story of Bare is one that most of us can identify with—coming of age in our senior year of high school. It’s not an easy journey, as the teens in this musical must confront who they are by defining and understanding their identities, sexuality and religion. Set at a co-ed Catholic boarding school, Bare is about choices, consequences, growing up and moving forward.
Show Facts
Music Damon Intrabartolo
Book and Lyrics Jon Hartmere
Additional Songs Jon Hartmere and Lynne Shankel
Director Stafford Arima
Choreographer Travis Wall
Venue
New World Stages—Stage Four
340 West 50th Street
New York, NY 10019
Preview: Nov. 19, 2012 Open: Dec. 9, 2012  Status: Closing Feb. 3, 2013

"Falling Group Discounts"

The play Falling focuses on an 18-year-old autistic boy, his family and a newly arrived relative. Life for the family was already quite complicated before the relative arrived. Now it  has become even more complex for a family that already has enough with which to deal. How much more can they take?
Synopsis
In the play Falling, a relative comes into a home and turns it upside down. It’s a stressful time as the family tries to find its balance in constantly shifting sands. How far will they fall in Falling?Show Facts

Written by Deanna Jent
Director Lori Adams
Set Designer John C. Stark
Costume Designer Tristan Raines
Lighting Designer Julie Mack
Sound Designer Raymond Schilke

Venue

Minetta Lane Theatre
18 Minetta Lane
New York, NY 10014
Preview: Sep.. 27, 2012 Open: Oct. 15, 2012 Status: Open run 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My SinatraMy Sinatra is an intimate and personal portrait of Ol’ Blue Eyes. Actor Cary Hoffman utilizes his acclaimed PBS special, creating a tender and often comical vision of Sinatra in this one-man show. This is a wonderful show in a long run. If you love Sinatra, you’re going to want to see My Sinatra.

 

Synopsis

 

In My Sinatra, actor Cary Hoffman takes his affection and obsession for the leader of the Rat Pack and turns in into a wonderful one-man musical. Using more than 20 classic Sinatra tunes, he jingles and jangles his way along memory lane as he tells his own story of growing up fatherless with three musician uncles who played on some of Sinatra’s most memorable records. My Sinatra, which includes audience interaction, is a memorable theatrical experience.

Show Facts

Creative

Creator and Writer Cary Hoffman
Director Cary Hoffman

Cast

Performer Cary Hoffman

Venue
HA! Midtown Manhattan
232 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10019
Preview: Jun, 4, 2011 Open: Jun, 4, 2011 Status: Open run

 

 

Awesome 80s Prom

If you’re a fan of movies from the 1980s and enjoy improvisation and audience interaction, then welcome to The Awesome 80s Prom. In the play, various high school students compete for to win the titles of prom king and queen.  The play, which won the Improvisational Theater Association’s first ever Improv Theater Award for Best Interactive Show, includes an array of hit songs that define the 80s, including “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and “Wake Me Up Before You Go Go.”
Synopsis
Remember those great 80s teen movies with characters like the hunk Captain of the Football Team, the confused Asian Exchange Student, the nerdy Geek and the sensual Head Cheerleader? They and more are all in the hit audience participation, improvisational comedy The Awesome 80s Prom. Set at the fictional Wanaget High School, the evening is a little bit of American Idol, a little bit retro and whole lot of fun.
The Awesome 80s Prom, which has become very popular with bachelorette parties, birthday celebrations and other such group events, is one hysterical ride. The show has been playing on Fridays and Saturdays Off-Broadway for six years and looks to simply keep on going as audiences can’t seem to get enough of those teen types that defined the 1980s. Dress up in your finest retro prom attire and enjoy every nostalgic moment of the time when “awesome” defined just about every part of a teen’s existence.
Show Facts
Written and Directed by Ken Davenport
Choreography Drew Geraci 

Venue
Webster Hall
125 East 11th Street
(between 3rd and 4th Ave.)
New York, NY 10003
Preview:          Open: Jan. 23, 2004 Status: Closed Nov 2, 2013

 

The Book of Mormon is done in the style that has made Broadway musicals legendary—big, boisterous and outrageous. The Mormon religion, as the creators of the musical have noted, has a built-in coming of age story as Mormon children are expected to go on a mission when they reach the age of 18. Tony nominee Casey Nicholaw (Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone) directs what is sure to be an unrepentant evening of gut-splitting comedy and witty musical numbers.

 

Spider

Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark, with music by Bono and The Edge, is a big musical. This stunning and powerful show features one of Marvel Comics most enigmatic and popular superheros: Spider-Man. The gargantuan musical offers magnificent special effects, major production numbers and music that is at times haunting and other times driving and passionate. Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark is overwhemling, engrossing and deliberately theatrical, This is a “must see” show.

Synopsis

Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark is the thrilling, comical and dramatic story of Peter Parker, a geeky guy who becomes a superhero after being bitten by a genetically altered spider. When transformed into Spider-Man, Parker becomes one of the finest fighters of bad guys and villians you’ll ever see. His physical abilties are overwhemlingly inspiring as Spider-Man ably defends the innocent from the wicked.
And although there are human elements in Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark that make Parker endearing, there are impressive arachnid-like characteristics that turn him into a spellbinding hero who utilizes amazing special talents, such as the ability to cast his web and use his tendrils amongst skyscrapers, maximizing his superior strength in ways he’d never before imagined and refining his newly upgraded senses to dominate others. Innovation, technical virtuosity and a penchant to create the spectacular are all key in making this musical come alive on the Broadway stage.
But it’s not all big effects and production numbers in Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark. Spider-Man carries major mental baggage. As it is with those who find themselves transformed into superior beings, Spider-Man realizes that his new superpowers can destroy at will and that means that he has a responsibility to society. The unremarkable Peter Parker is now the very remarkable Spider-Man, and he must be mindful of that.
Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark is a major Broadway event. Get your tickets today!
SPIDER-MAN ON THE GREAT WHITE WAY

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Cast
Peter Parker Reeve Carney
Mary Jane Watson Rebecca Faulkenberry
Green Goblin/Norman Osborn Robert Cuccioli
Arachne Katrina Lenk
J. Jonah Jameson Michael Mulheren
Uncle Ben Ken Marks
Aunt May Isabel Keating
Emily Osborn Laura Beth Wells
Flash Matt Caplan
Boyle/Busker Dwayne Clark
Kong Luther Creek
Creatives
Book Julie Taymor, Glen Berger and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa
Music and Lyrics Bono and The Edge
Original Direction by Julie Taymor
Director Phillip William McKinley
Additional Choreography Chase Brock
Choreographer Daniel Ezralow
Set Designer George Tsypin
Costume Designer Eiko Ishioka
Lighting Designer Donald Holder
Sound Designer Jonathan Deans
Orchestrations David Campbell

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THE FOXWOODS THEATRE
213 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Nov. 28, 2010  Open: Jun. 14, 2011 Status: Closed Jan 4, 2014

 

Nice Work If You Can Get It

Nice Work If You Can Get It is a new musical comedy with songs by George and Ira Gershwin and a book by Memphis scribe Joe DiPietro. This upbeat musical comedy stars Matthew Broderick and Kelli O’Hara.

Synopsis

Nice Work If You Can Get It offers songs by George and Ira Gershwin and a book by Memphis writer Joe DiPietro. The show focuses on Billie Bendix (O’Hara), a hardcore bootlegger who becomes quick friends with rich playboy Jimmy Winter (Broderick) on the weekend he’s to be married. That meeting creates great comic situations and a plot that includes fantastic twists and turns.

The Tony Award winning Kathleen Marshall directed and choreographed this slick, light musical comedy. Nice Work If You Can Get It sees two-time Tony winner Broderick play in his first musical since .The Producers. He and O’Hara are fantastic together. This comic romp, with music and lyrics by two of Broadway’s greatest, is a great experience.

A NEW GERSCHWIN MUSICAL

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Cast

Jimmy Winter Matthew Broderick

Billie Bendix Kelli O’Hara

Estonia Dulworth Judy Kaye

Cookie McGee Brad Oscar

Eileen Jennifer Laura Thompson

Senator Max Evergreen Terry Beaver

Jeannie Muldoon Robyn Hurder

Millicent Winter Blythe Danner

Chief Berry Stanley Wayne Mathis

Duke Mahoney Chris Sullivan

Creative

Book Joe DiPietro

Music George Gershwin

Lyrics  Ira Gerschwin

Director  Kathleen Marshall

Choreographer  Kathleen Marshall

Set Designer  Derek McLane

Costume Designer  Martin Pakledinaz

Lighting Designer  Peter Kaczorowski

Sound Designer Brian Ronan

Music Supervisor David Chase


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The Imperial Theatre
249 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Mar. 29, 2012  Open: Apr. 24, 2012 Status: Closed June 15, 2013

 

Mary Poppins

Children find something thoroughly enchanting about Mary Poppins, this musical’s lead character. There is also something equally enchanting to adults about her. Mary Poppins is not your normal nanny—part magician, part songstress and part child, she is an amazingly bright, inventive and caring adult. This is her story, complete with mesmerizing special effects, precision dance numbers and thoroughly enjoyable music. If you loved the movie Mary Poppins, you will love the stage show

Synopsis

Bert sings, “Oh, it’s a jolly holiday with Mary…” and so it is. Mary Poppins may bemuse some adults who are stuffed shirts, but for those who have a sense of humor and adventure and for all children, she is simply a kind and warming ray of sunshine.
When Mary Poppins comes to the Banks’ household to try to reign in the children, Jane and Michael, no one is willing to give her a chance in a million that she’ll succeed. She finds it hard going at first, but her talent, kind but stern manner and ability to put song, dance and flighty magic into what for many is a dull life, wins over the children and eventually even the adults .
Mary Poppins on stage is a total joy for children and adults.

MARY POPPINS BROADWAY

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Cast
Mary Poppins Steffanie Leigh
Bert Nicolas Dromard
Mrs. Banks Blythe Wilson
Mrs. Brill Valerie Boyle
Robertson Ay Dennis Moench
Michael Banks (alternating performances) Noah Marlowe
Michael Banks (alternating performances) Tyler Merna

Michael Banks (alternating performances) Lewis Grosso

Jane Banks (alternating performances) Rachel Resheff
Jane Banks (alternating performances) Kara Oates
Jane Banks (alternating performances) Camille Mancuso
Miss Andrew Ruth Gottschall
Mr. Banks Karl Kenzler
Bird Woman Ann Arvia

Creative

Based on the Stories by P.L. Travers
Featuring Songs from the Film by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman
Directors Richard Eyre and Matthew Bourne
New Songs by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe
Book Julian Fellowes
Choreographer Matthew Bourne and Stephen Mear
Set and Costume Design Bob Crowley
Lighting Design Howard Harrison
Sound Design Steven Canyon Kennedy

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THE NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE
214 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Preview: Oct. 5, 2001  Open: Oct. 18, 2001 Status: Closed Mar. 3, 2013

 

Winner of six Tony Awards® including BEST MUSICAL, KINKY BOOTS features a joyous, Tony-winning score by CYNDI LAUPER, direction and Tony-winning choreography by JERRY MITCHELL and a hilarious, uplifting book by four-time Tony winner HARVEY FIERSTEIN. Come join the sold-out audiences who’ve discovered why – sometimes – the best way to fit in is to stand out!

Update: After 6 years of fantastic performances, Kinky Boots will be closing on April 7th, 2019.

How can you not love the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons? Jersey Boys, which won the 2006 Tony for Best Musical, is their story. Featuring over 30 songs that the group made famous as they went from being four guys in Jersey to international stars, this is one upbeat story. Directed by Des McAnuff, who brought you Tommy and Big River, Jersey Boys is a must see play.

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Evita is a big show about a big personality. Eva Peron was a glamorous actress with a bold and vibrant character who created a new energy that totally captivated the nation of Argentina. The original production of this musical, with its dynamic score, incisive lyrics and expansive story, ran on Broadway for close to five years, thrilling audiences with over 1,500 performances.
Synopsis
The much anticipated Broadway revival of Evita stars Ricky Martin as Che and Elena Roger as Eva. The two intriguing characters come to life in a gripping production directed by Michael Grandage and choreographed by Rob Ashford.
Eva Peron intrigued and captivated Argentina with her glamorous and engaging personality. This musical, with its expansive and ecelctic score, offers audiences an insightful interpretation of history and the clash between two forces as represented by Eva Peron and Che. Evita is back on Broadway and it’s thrilling audiences again.

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Cast
Eva Peron Elena Roger
Che Ricky Martin
Juan Peron Michael CerverisCreative

Music Andrew Lloyd Webber
Book & Lyrics  Tim Rice
Director  Michael Grandage
Choreography  Rob Ashford

 


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THE MARQUIS THEATRE
1535 Broadway
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Jan. 30, 2012  Open: Mar. 12, 2012 Status: Closed Jan. 26, 2013.

 

 

If there’s ever a show that always seems to be ripe for a revival, it’s the musical Chicago. And why wouldn’t it be immensely popular? Along with offering audiences strikingly theatrical music and lyrics, the emotional rollercoaster, Chicago is dark, satirical and at times amazingly cold-hearted. Then again, the story of a married woman who murders her lover in order to help her career would have to have all of these elements, and more. Chicago is one of the finest shows ever written for the legitimate stage.

 

Golden Boy

Clifford Odet’s Golden Boy premiered on Broadway in 1937 and after that was an immensely popular film that gave actor William Holden his big break. The story focuses on Joe Bonaparte, a gifted violinist who is torn between trying to create a career as a musician or making cash quickly and perhaps damaging his hands permanently as a prize fighter.  Will Joe trade his bow, rosin and strings for boxing gloves?

 Synopsis

Golden Boy is a tough as nails, emotional drama about a young man, Joe Bonaparte, who has two gifts—one for music and one for boxing. The drama offers a lead character that audiences` root for and who’s stuck in a dilemma that has no easy answer. Does Joe choose the rough, unforgiving and possibly lucrative life in the ring or the refined artistry of the violin? In Golden Boy it’s a battle between the pragmatist and the dreamer.
OFF THE BEATEN PATH GOLDEN BOY THE MUSICAL (NOT THE PLAY!)

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Cast

Joe Bonaparte Seth Numrich
Joe’s Father Tony Shalhoub
Tokio Danny Burstein
Lorna Moon Yvonne Strahovski y Guyer

Creative
Written by Clifford Odets
Director Bartlett Sher
Set Designer Michael Yeargan
Costume Designer Catherine Zuber
Sound Designer Peter John Still and Marc Salzberg
Lighting Designer Donald Holder

 

 


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THE BELASCO THEATRE
111 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Nov. 8, 2012 Open: Dec. 6, 2012 Status: Closed Jan. 20, 2013

 

Glengarry Glen Ross

David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize winning drama Glengarry Glen Ross is back on Broadway with Al Pacino as Shelley Levene the former mega-salesman who is now on hard times . This is a brutally blunt, hardnosed look at the highly competitive American landscape of real estate selling.

Synopsis

Al Pacino returns to Broadway after his brilliant portrayal of Shylock in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. This time he plays Shelley “The Machine” Levene, the aging real estate salesman who has lost his mojo in Mamet’s brilliant, gritty drama Glengarry Glen Ross. Everything is on the line for the various salesmen in Glengarry Glen Ross. They live for great leads and are dying to keep their heads above water. How far will someone go to come out on top? Desperate times call for desperate and daring acts in Glengarry Glen Ross.

 

PACINO FROM THE MOVIE

 

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Cast

Shelly Levene Al Pacino
Ricky Roma Bobby Cannavale
John Williamson David Harbour
James Lingk Jeremy Shamos
George Aaronow Richard Schiff
Dave Moss John C. McGinley
Detective Baylen Murphy Guyer 
Creative
Written by David Mamet
Director Daniel Sullivan
Set Designer Eugene Lee
Costume Designer Jess Goldstein
Lighting Designer James F. Ingalls

 

 


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THE GERALD SCHOENFELD THEATRE
236 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036

Preview: Oct. 16, 2012 Open: Nov. 11, 2012 Status: Limited run, closed Jan. 20, 2013