Who’s Afraid of Vriginia Woolf? is coming back to Broadway! Edward Albee’s classic story stars Laurie Metcalf and Eddie Izzard as the game-playing George and Martha!

Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune is the Broadway revival of Terrence McNally’s powerful two-hander, starring Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon.

The Height of the Storm is Florian Zeller’s new play starring Jonathan Pryce and Eileen Atkins. This play follows Andre and Madeleine as their 50 year old marriage faces change and unraveling.

Tea At Five is Matthew Lombardo’s solo work starring Faye Dunaway as Katharine Hepburn!

Mike Birbiglia’s The New One is Mike Birbiglia’s brand new show playing at the Cort Theatre for a limited run!


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.


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!

Lanford Wilson’ Burn This, starring Adam Driver is a gritty and tenacious play centering on four New Yorkers whose lives are all set in turbulent motion after the death of their friend and brother.

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.

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 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.

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.