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  • “Master Harold”… and the boys

    Athol Fugard directs his own drama that explores themes such as apartheid, love, family and catastrophic consequences.

  • 1984

    1984 is the new theatrical adaptation by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan of George Orwell’s famous dystopian novel.

  • 2 By Tennessee Williams

    2 By Tennessee Williams is an evening of two one act plays by Tennessee Williams, 27 Wagons Full of Cotton & Kingdom of Earth. 

  • 700 Sundays

    Billy Crystal reprises his 2004 Tony winning, hit, one-man show 700 Sundays. Join one of America’s finest performers as he shares memories of growing up on Long Island. Directed by Tony winner Des McAnuff and with additional material by Alan Zweibel, 700 Sundays will engage, charm, entertain and move you. ...

  • A Bronx Tale

    A Bronx Tale is Broadway’s new hit musical. And now it’s a New York Times Critics’ Pick. Audiences are cheering for this crowd-pleaser from Broadway’s hottest creative team. Robert De Niro and Jerry Zaks direct this new musical adaptation of the classic story from Chazz Palminteri.

  • A Christmas Carol

    Patrick Barlow, the author of the Tony winning adaptation of The 39 Steps, brings us Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol, a play with music. See Dickens’ cherished story on stage in glistening production that includes Scrooge, Tiny Tim, Mrs. Fezziwig, and Bob Cratchit. A Christmas Carol will make your holiday ...

  • A Christmas Story

    A Christmas Story, the classic Holiday musical about Ralphie, his brother, Randy, who refused to eat, his irascible dad and his caring and exasperated mom, is back in NYC for a limited engagement. The perfect musical for the Holiday Season, which was a huge hit and Tony nominated last year, ...

  • A Clockwork Orange

    A Clockwork Orange is the powerful adaptation of the groundbreaking cult film now making its NY premiere!

  • A Delicate Balance

    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 ...

  • A Doll’s House, Part 2

    A Doll’s House, Part 2 is a new show by Lucas Hnath starring Laurie Metcalf. The story picks up years after Ibsen’s original script, when Nora comes back to the house she left so long ago.

  • A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

    A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder is a new musical comedy about a British commoner who can move up in the ranks as long as he can somehow thin those ranks. He elects to use his cunning to murder those who are in his way to his inheritance of ...

  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Masterworks Theater Company offers audiences of all ages the opportunity to experience Shakespeare’s classic comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In this play about love, romance, and passion, two sets of young lovers escape the confines of Athens to pursue their hearts. Over the course of one night they, and others ...

  • A Night with Janis Joplin

    A Night with Janis Joplin comes to Broadway after numerous successful regional productions. Janis Joplin reigned as the Queen of Rock n’ Roll for three short, turbulent years and helped defined the ‘60s, create the Woodstock generation, and redefine the role of women in rock. She was controversial, out there, ...

  • A Parallelogram

    A Parallelogram is Bruce Norris’ new play starring Celia Keenan-Bolger who uses a remote control to control and zap through different parts of her life!

  • A Persistent Memory

    A Persistent Memory follows David as his memories are fading away, while he’s investigating a phenomenon threatening elephants globally. While being haunted by his past, he finds help from an unlikely direction.

  • A Raisin in the Sun

    The revival of A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, which is scheduled to open April 3, 2014, will star Oscar winner Denzel Washington as Walter Lee Younger and Tony winner Diahann Carroll as Lena Younger. The play, which focuses on the dreams of a black family in Chicago ...

  • A Time to Kill

    Based on the best seller by John Grisham, the powerful and poignant drama A Time to Kill comes to Broadway. Prejudice, oppression and the quest for justice in America are some of the themes that are explored in A Time to Kill. Synopsis A black man in the south has decided to ...

  • A View from the Bridge

    The Olivier-winning production of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge is on Broadway this season. The transfer from London’s West End won the Olivier for Best Revival, while Best Director went to Ivo Van Hove and Mark Strong (Eddie Carbone) won in the acting category. A View from the ...

  • Act One

    Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winner James Lapine directs his adaptation of Moss Hart’s autobiographical book Act One, a classic story of one man’s rise from poverty to theatrical greatness. Act One will star Tony nominees Tony Shalhoub and Santino Fontana. Preview: Mar. 20, 2014  Open: Apr. 17, 2014  Status: Closed Jun 14, ...

  • Actually

    Actually is Anna Ziegler’s new play that examines relationships and truthful objectivity for two freshmen at Princeton.

  • After Midnight

    It’s Harlem in the 1920s and 1930s and the setting for After Midnight (formerly known as  Cotton Club Parade) is the famous Cotton Club where some of the finest music of the jazz age was born and performed. After Midnight was first performed in November 2011 and November 2012 at New ...

  • Airline Highway

    Airline Highway, a new play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Lisa D’Amour, offers audiences a glimpse of a motley collection of friends and acquaintances who have gathered for the funeral of an iconic burlesque performer. The burlesque performer, Miss Ruby, is at the gathering and alive.

  • All The Way

    Written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert Schenkkan and starring Bryan Cranston, who is best known for creating the role of high school chemistry teacher Walter White in the TV series Breaking Bad, All The Way offers an insightful view of the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson.

  • All the Ways To Say I Love You

    Judith Light stars in Neil Labute’s new play All the Ways To Say I Love You. The play follows Faye Johnson, a happily married guidance counselor, who recounts stories of her past dealing with a student.

  • Allegiance

    Allegiance, a new musical about a controversial act in America that ripped Japanese-American families from their homes, stars Star Trek’s George Takei. The musical, with book by Marc Acito and music and lyrics by Jay Kuo, offers audiences an insightful and dramatic emotional journey focusing on loyalty, family, and patriotism.

  • Always…Patsy Cline

    Always…Patsy Cline is the story of an unusual friendship between a country music star and her most devoted fan. What started as a chance meeting became an enduring friendship. This two character musical features 27 hit songs including Cline standards such as “Crazy,” “Walkin’ After Midnight,” “I Fall to Pieces,” ...

  • Amazing Grace

    Amazing Grace is a new Broadway musical that tells the story of one man’s struggle with his conscience. This is an epic tale of romance, rebellion and redemption, as John Newton, a musically talented and determined young man attempts to reconcile the idea of following in his father’s footsteps and ...

  • Amelie

    Amelie is a new musical based on the French film of the same name that follows Amelie as she helps other people around her find happiness.

  • American Psycho

    The musical American Psycho offers a haunting portrait of a young man who’s got it all- looks, money, and a killer way with women. Based on the controversial novel by Bret Easton Ellis, this is an imaginative and unique musical.

  • Amy and the Orphans

    Amy and the Orphans is a new play that follows two sisters who meet up with their sister Amy who has Down syndrome. A few twists and turns reveal much more going on beneath the surface.

  • An Act of God

    An Act of God, which is a stage adaptation based on the book of the same name by David Javerbaum, is an outrageous comedy that reveals the mysteries of the Bible and the strange ways in which God works. The book, which was first published in 2011, was described in ...

  • An American in Paris

    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 ...

  • An Early History of Fire

      THIS SHOW IS CLOSED An Early History of Fire, which is written by David Rabe, is a drama about young man named Billy who discovers a new life beyond what he knows and has lived in his medium-sized Midwestern town. Billy has family responsibilities that are limiting his ability to grow. ...

  • An Enemy of the People

      In Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People, Dr. Thomas Stockmann is sure that the town will applaud his efforts that have resulted in his discovering that the town’s water is contaminated with toxins. But Dr. Stockmann is in for a big surprise. His information stands to destroy the town ...

  • Angel Reapers

    Angel Reapers explores the history of the Shakers through modern dance and traditional Shaker songs. The show features many original Shaker inspired movement and songs as well as a story that focuses on their will to remain pure while being tempted by the flesh.

  • Angels in America

    Angels in America stars Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield in its Broadway revival! Angels in America is  Tony Kushner’s heartbreaking and hilarious drama that managed to ignite audiences around the world when it premiered.

  • Animal

    Animal is a darkly funny play about Rachel’s life and how a seemingly normal life can feel like everything is wrong.

  • Ann

    Ann is a new one-woman show by writer/actress Holland Taylor. Get to know Ann Richards, the larger-than-life governor of the biggest-of-all states Texas. Insightful, funny and moving, Ann is a wondrous historical and personal piece of theatre. Synopsis Ann Richards was know for being many things- witty, tough, smart and wry. She ...

  • Annie

      It’s about to be a “Hard Knock Life” once again as Annie, the musical with charm, pizazz and heart returns to Broadway. Directed by Tony Award winner James Lapine, Annie offers a panoramic view of the Depression and New York City through the eyes of he world’s most famous orphan. Synopsis Annie, ...

  • Arthur Miller’s The Crucible

    Set in 1692-93 in the Province of Massachusetts Bay, Arthur Miller’s The Crucible focuses on the Salem witch trials while being an allegory of McCarthyism and hearing and associated black listings by the House of Representatives’ Committee on Un-American Activities. Miller’s play is brimming with emotion, as wrongful accusations of ...

  • Arthur Miller’s The Price

    Arthur Miller’s The Price is a story about Victor Franz’s journey back to the past to re-examine his forgotten dreams and life-changing sacrifices.

  • Baghdaddy

    Baghdaddy is a new musical comedy about an Iraqi defector with a story that may offer incredible possibilities!

  • Bandstand

    Set in 1945, Bandstand is a story of a young musician, who is a veteran, who is taking his swing band, also veterans, to the competition for the next hit swing band. Great music reminiscent of the Swing Era, a wonderful cast, and thrilling choreography are hallmarks of this hit ...

  • Bare

    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 ...

  • Betrayal

    Harold Pinter’s Betrayal focuses on a husband, Robert, and wife, Emma, and their friend, Jerry, a literary agent. Betrayal, which tells its story by starting at the end and working its way towards the beginning, is an intriguing tale told through dialogue, at times sparse, silences and nuanced acting. Ten-time ...

  • Big Fish

    Big Fish, the story of a father who tells tale tales about his life and his son who wants to know who his dad really is, comes to Broadway as a musical. Composer/lyricist Andrew Lippa and book writer John August, who wrote the screenplay for the film Big Fish, team ...

  • Black Angels Over Tuskegee

    This insightful and moving historical drama, which focuses on six men fighting against racial prejudice to become pilots in the United States Army Air Force, continues its long run at St. Luke’s Theatre. Based on true events, Black Angels Over Tuskegee is an inspirational story of hope, fortitude and bravery.

  • Blackbird

    Blackbird, by Scottish playwright David Harrower, is finds its inspiration in part on the real case concerning sex offender Toby Studebaker. Winner of the 2007 Olivier Award for Best Play, Blackbird, which was first produced in the US at the Manhattan Theatre Club, comes to Broadway starring Jeff Daniels and ...

  • Blood and Gifts

      THIS SHOW IS CLOSED Blood and Gifts takes audiences to the recesses of regions only a few ever see or experience—the world of espionage. In this gripping drama, you’ll get insights into the Soviet-Afghan war and the measures undertaken by the U.S. to stop the Soviet Union from overtaking that country. Synopsis In ...

  • Boy

    Boy is the story of a son that gets raised as a girl after a doctor convinces his parents to do so after a horrible accident. This play explores the consequences of that choice two decades later.

  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s

    Breakfast 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 ...

  • Bright Colors and Bold Patterns

    Drew Droege’s new play Bright Colors and Bold Patters tells the story of Josh and Brennan whose night before the wedding explodes in a drug-fueled screaming tirade after their friend Gerry arrives angry about the slightly anti-equality wedding invitation.

  • Bright Star

    Bright Star, the new musical by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, is on Broadway after successful runs at the Kennedy Center and the Old Globe in San Diego. Directed by Tony winner Walter Bobbie, Bright Star is set in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. It tells the story ...

  • Bring It On

    It was a popular teen comedy in 2000 when it first appeared in movie theatres and now Bring It On is enjoying a great run on Broadway at the St. James Theatre. The focus in this musical comedy is on the national high school cheerleading competition and the extremes that ...

  • Bronx Bombers

    The New York Yankees, a.k.a. the Bronx Bombers, have been long known for the clout of their hitters and their almost mythical achievements. The Yankees, the most storied and winning franchise in MLB, and the power of their bats serve as the basis for the Bronx Bombers. Preview: Jan. 10, 2014 ...

  • Building the Wall

    Building the Wall is a brand new politically theatrical event written by Pulitzer and Tony winner Robert Schenkan (All The Way)!

  • Bullets Over Broadway, The Musical

    Five-time Tony winner Susan Stroman directs Bullets Over Broadway, The Musical, the new show based on the critically acclaimed Woody Allen movie of the same name. This is a classic, comedic tale of a playwright, David Shayne, who gets in over his head with mobsters, an aging diva and a ...

  • Bunnicula

    DR2 Kids Theatre has partnered with Theatreworks USA to present Bunnicula for a limited 10-week run. The new musical, which is recommended for ages 5-12, is based on the acclaimed children’s book series by Deborah and James Howe. Synopsis Bunnicula is an unusual musical that offers the following description, “the Monroe family ...

  • Bunty Berman Presents

    In 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 ...

  • Buried Child

    Buried Child, Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize winning play tells the story of Dodge and Halie  who look after their two grown sons, when their grandson Vince arrives at the farm, who they don’t recognize. Vince, who arrived together with his girlfriend, tries to make sense of the chaos in his grandparents’ ...

  • Buyer & Cellar

    In Buyer & Cellar, Alex More is one of many struggling Los Angeles actors who survive on hope and odd jobs. He life takes an odd turn when one day when working in the basement of a major Hollywood star he becomes connected with fame and perhaps fortune.

  • Cabaret

    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 ...

  • Cagney

    Cagney explores the life of Hollywood star James Cagney, from his time on the streets in New York to vaudeville and on to become one of Hollywood most famous actors.

  • Carousel

    Carousel is a well-known classic by Rodgers and Hammerstein and will be making its Broadway revival in the spring of 2018! This revival will star Jessie Mueller (Waitress) and Joshua Henry (Hamilton)!

  • Casa Valentina

    With Casa Valentina playwright Harvey Fierstein takes us back to the early ‘60s when certain men who were looking for a different type of adventure took a summer sojourn to a secluded bungalow in the Catskills where they could be themselves. They took leave of their families, associates, and friends ...

  • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

      This revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, an American classic by Tennessee Williams, stars Tony Award-winner Scarlett Johansson as the Maggie and is directed by Tony Award-winner Rob Ashford. The Pulitzer Prize-winning Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is about lust, greed, longing and love. Set in the ...

  • Cats

    The classic Tony-winning musical Cats, with a score by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by T.S. Eliot, Trevor Nunn and Richard Stilgoe, will return to Broadway in the summer of 2016. The hit musical tells the story of the Jellicle cats and their quest to ascend to “the Heaviside Layer”.

  • Channeling Kevin Spacey

    In Channeling Kevin Spacey, Charlie decides to change his life after an especially terrible day. The result is a channeling of film icons and hilarity beyond the realms of reality. This is an off the wall comedy that has proven to be an Off-Broadway favorite. This is a fine piece ...

  • Chaplin

    The long anticipated musical Chaplin is now on Broadway and you don’t want to miss it. With the inimitable Charlie Chaplin as the subject, this musical rediscovers and uncovers a life that started in the slums of London and took Chaplin to Hollywood where he created a career that made him most ...

  • Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is Broadway’s Golden Ticket and the perfect recipe for a delectable treat: songs from the original film, including “Pure Imagination,” “The Candy Man” and “I’ve Got a Golden Ticket,” alongside a new score from the songwriters of Hairspray.  

  • Children of a Lesser God

    Children of a Lesser God is a powerful drama and touching story of a romance that blossoms between a new teacher at a school for the deaf and the cleaning lady who was once their top student.

  • China Doll Group discounts Pacino in China Doll Broadway

    Al Pacino returns to Broadway for a limited run in David Mamet’s new play entitled China Doll. Directed by Pam MacKinnon, China Doll is about a billionaire named Mickey Ross, played by Pacino; his assistant; and a phone from which the ultra-rich aging tycoon takes one last call before dashing ...

  • Choir Boy

    In the play Choir Boy, Pharus longs to take what he feels is his rightful position as The Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys gospel choir leader. Will he be given the chance? He may not. It will be a major uphill battle for the young man who doesn’t ...

  • Christmas Spectacular Starring The Radio City Rockettes

    The Rockettes are back at Radio City Music Hall for their holiday spectacle!

  • Church & State

    Church & State is a new play by Jason Odell Williams about politics, religion and social media.

  • Cinderella

    For the first time ever, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella is playing on Broadway. Playwright Douglas Carter Beane provides a new book for this rags to riches fairy tale, as Cinderella gets a “you go girl” attitude that’s just right for the new modern day setting. This is a great show for the whole ...

  • Cirque du Soleil Totem

    In 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 ...

  • Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour

    It is Cirque du Soleil’s latest creation – Paramour. Paramour is the company’s first show created specifically for Broadway. Spectacular, poetic, thrilling and thoroughly engaging, Paramour takes you on an unforgettable journey.

  • Clever Little Lies

    The wondrous Marlo Thomas, Emmy, Grammy and Golden Globe Award winner, stars in the deeply funny comedy Clever Little Lies. Written by Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, the creator of the hit comedy I Love You, You’re Perfect, this is a simply hilarious comedy.

  • Clinton The Musical

    Clinton: The Musical is a full-length comedy focusing on the eight-year presidency of Bill Clinton, which spent a lot of time handling scandals, rumors, and controversy. Bill and Hillary face issues, struggles, and hot topics related to everything from The White House to Whitewater, sax technique to sexual taboos, medical ...

  • Clive

    The 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 ...

  • Colin Quinn: Unconstitutional

    In 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 ...

  • Constellations

    Jake Gyllenhaal, Oscar nominee for Brokeback Mountain, makes his Broadway debut in British playwright Nick Payne’s Constellations. Gyllenhaal plays Roland, who upon a chance meeting with Marianne sees their lives intersect again and again in a nonlinear play that is driven by the universe, physics, and, perhaps an imperfect plan ...

  • Cost of Living

    Cost of Living is a new play about four people and how their lives and bodies intersect and impact each other.

  • Cougar The Musical

    Cougar The Musical is about that hot topic—hot older woman looking to prey on boy toys. The cast features three amazingly sexy women, all of whom are over forty and looking for lust and perhaps even love. Cougar The Musical is about three women finding themselves and discovering new lives. 

  • Curvy Widow

    Curvy Widow is a new musical, based on a true story that examines what it means to be a fifty-something year old who is ready for adventure and goes on a journey of self discovery!

  • Cyrano de Bergerac

    Edmund Rostand’s Romantic masterpiece Cyrano de Bergerac comes to Broadway for the 2012-2013 Season. This story of a man who is a poet, soldier and wit and who has an astoundingly large probiscus is endearing. funny and bittersweet.   Synopsis In Cyrano de Bergerac, the title character is a man who is ...

  • Daddy Long Legs

    The new, intimate musical Daddy Long Legs tells the story of Jerusha Abbott. Jerusha, who is the eldest orphan in the John Grier Home, is living a life without hope in it. One day, a secret benefactor provides her with a new future.

  • Dames at Sea

    Dames at Sea, which was an Off-Broadway hit decades ago, taps its way onto the Broadway stage for the first time. This is an upbeat musical that playfully celebrates the golden era of movie musicals with dazzling dancing, romantic interludes, and ludicrous comedy. It’s boy meets girl, love at first ...

  • Danny and Sylvia: The Danny Kaye Musical

    THIS SHOW IS CLOSED Danny Kaye was one of the most popular entertainers of his time. How did he become a huge, worldwide star? See Danny and Sylvia: The Danny Kaye Musical and find out. For some this will be a trip down memory lane and for others a wonderful introduction ...

  • Daphne’s Dive

    This new play by Quiara Alegria Hudes tells the story of a cheap bar in Philly. This dive, owned by Daphne is the setting for an unconventional family including the bar regulars, Daphne and her adopted daughter,

  • Dead Accounts

      In her offbeat comedy Dead Accounts, playwright Theresa Rebeck offers insights into family, greed and small town values. Jack has come back home without notice and his sister, Lorna, is confused and upset by the situation. Can she get to the bottom of what’s going on with her prodigal brother? ...

  • Dead Poets Society

    Dead Poets Society is coming to Broadway! The hit movie, starring the late Robin Williams as John Keating, the slightly eccentric teacher at an all-boys prep school. Jason Sudeikis will star as Keating in the Off-Broadway production.

  • Detroit

      Lisa D’Amour’s new comedy Detroit will make its Broadway premiere this spring. An iconic American event, the backyard barbecue, is the backdrop for this suburban comedy about a married couple, Ben and Mary, who invites their new neighbors to an informal afternoon soiree. Synopsis Austin Pendelton will direct Lisa D’Amour’s comedy Detroit, which ...

  • Diner The Musical

    Diner, the popular movie by Academy Award and Emmy Award winner Barry Levinson that brought seven future stars to the screen in featured roles, will premiere on Broadway as a musical with book by Levinson and music and lyrics by Sheryl Crow. This nostalgic look at 1959 Baltimore focuses on six ...

  • Disaster!

    Take the disco era and America’s fascination with disaster movies in the 1970s, and you’ve got Disaster!, a hip, hot, utterly crazy and ridiculous musical that takes you on an journey much longer than the off-shore cruise its characters are first enjoying and then regretting. It’s The Poseidon Adventure, meets ...

  • Disgraced

    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

  • Doctor Zhivago Broadway group sales and discounts Dr. Zhivago

    The musical adaptation of Doctor Zhivago, with music by Lucy Simon, lyrics by Michael Korie and Amy Powers, and book by Michael Weller, is a panoramic tale of the last days of Czarist Russia. Directed by Tony-winner Des McAnuff, Doctor Zhivago is based on the 1957 novel of the same ...

  • Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas

    Broadway veteran Jeff McCarthy stars as The Grinch in the holiday classic Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas. It’s the musical that brings Dr. Seuss’ most miserable character to life and most enduring tale to audiences of all ages. This holiday show has a limited run and limited availability, ...

  • Eclipsed

    Eclipsed, which is set during the tumultuous Liberian Civil War, tells the story of the captive wives of a rebel officer.  It is a test of strength and wills for these women as they struggle to survive the horrible effects of war.

  • Elf

      If you’re looking for some holiday cheer, then you’ll want to get your tickets for one of the latest offerings on Broadway—the musical Elf. Based on the popular movie that starred Will Ferrell as Buddy, a man who was raised as an elf at Santa’s North Pole workshop, the story ...

  • Elf the Musical

    Elf the Musical returns to Broadway for the holiday season! Follow Buddy the Elf as he helps New York remember the true meaning of Christmas!

  • Escape to Margaritaville

    Escape to Margaritaville is a new musical featuring the wonderful tunes of Jimmy Buffett as well as original songs. The new musical follows the charming Tully, who works as a bartender and singer on the beautiful island of Margaritaville!

  • Everybody

    Everybody is a modern adaptation of the famous morality play Everyman, adapted by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. In this version, Everybody gets randomly chosen from the cast by way of lottery, after which they follow their path towards the greatest mystery in life.

  • Evita

    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 ...

  • F#%king Up Everything

    In 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, ...

  • Falling

    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 ...

  • Falsettos

    The Tony winning musical written and directed by James Lapine and with music by William Finn returns to Broadway in the Fall of 2016! Falsettos tells the story of Marvin who tries to create a tight family out of all his different relationships and through this journey discovers more about life, love ...

  • Farinelli and the King

    Farinelli and the King is Claire van Kampen’s riveting play accompanied by fantastic music and will appear on Broadway with Tony & Oscar winner Mark Rylance as King Philippe V of Spain!

  • Fat Pig

      When Neil LaBute’s Fat Pig premiered Off-Broadway in 2004 it was acclaimed, winning the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Play. It will once again be featured on the New York stage; this time finding a home at the Belasco Theatre. Synopsis In the weighty play Fat Pig, a thin man ...

  • Fiddler on the Roof

    Fiddler on the Roof is on Broadway again, celebrating its 50th anniversary. Veteran Broadway performer and perennial Tony nominee Danny Burstein will play Tevye. Fiddler on the Roof, which includes music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, and book by Joseph Stein, is based on Tevye and his Daughters ...

  • Finding Neverland

    The new musical Finding Neverland looks at the relationship between playwright J.M. Barrie, the man who created Peter Pan, and the family that inspired him to invent the Darlings and the magical boy who never did grow up. This enchanting piece received its world premiere at the Curve Theatre in ...

  • First Date

    The 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 ...

  • Fish in the Dark

    From the writer who co-created Seinfeld and created and stars in the HBO sitcom Curb Your Enthusiasm, Larry David, comes the comedy Fish in the Dark. David, who is best known for playing the role of himself on Curb Your Enthusiasm, creates outrageous, comical situations and plays characters who tend ...

  • Flashdance

    Flashdance, the story of Alex Owens, a steel worker in Pittsburgh who dreams of making it into a prestigious ballet academy, was a major hit movie that helped launch the career of Jennifer Beals and made the songs Maniac, Gloria and Flashdance….What a Feeling chartbusters. Now Flashdance is a major, ...

  • Fool for Love

    In Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love, May and Eddie, two former lovers, play an intense psychological, sexual, and physical game that runs the gamut of emotions. Isolated, waiting, and wanting, they rip into one another searching for meaning in their relationship.

  • Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking

    Yes, the hit show Forbidden Broadway is back—revitalized, re-energized and renewed as Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking. There’s no plot but there is a whole lot of comedy as Forbidden Broadway: Alive & Kicking spoofs the most popular shows and biggest stars. Synopsis It is one of the cleverest sendups around. Forbidden ...

  • Forever Dusty

    Utilizing 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 ...

  • Forever Tango

    It’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 ...

  • Freckleface Strawberry

      This is a charming new musical about a seven-year-old girl who is teased by her classmates because she has freckles and red hair. Based on Julianne Moore’s book of the same name, Freckleface Strawberry is a play about being different and what that really means. A great musical for the ...

  • Freud’s Last Session

      ​THIS SHOW IS CLOSED Mark St. Germain’s Freud’s Last Session is a witty and astute tale in which the Father of Modern Psychiatry, Sigmund Freud, and a very young C.S. Lewis, meet and debate sex, God, love and the meaning of life. This play, which is the Off-Broadway hit of the ...

  • Fuerza Bruta Wayra

    This is a theatre experience that you won’t soon forget. Fuerza Bruta Wayra is not a play in the regular sense of the word. It is more of an event. The theatre space is not your typical venue. It has been recreated to hold this amazingly creative show. Be warned, you ...

  • Fulfillment Center

    Fulfillment Center stars Deirdre O’Connell as a folk singer whose luck seems to be fleeting. Add in a young manager with girlfriend problems and a drifter with a secret and this world premiere will surprise you and make you gasp!

  • Fully Committed

    Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family star, returns to Broadway to play more than 40 characters in Fully Committed, an adroit and inventive comedy by Becky Mode. The show centers on Sam, the man in charge of working the reservation line for one of NYC’s most popular restaurants. Meet the diverse ...

  • Fun Home

    In Fun Home, a new musical with music by Jeanine Tesori and book and lyrics by Lisa Kron, a graphic novelist tries to come to terms with her father’s death and her own life in a unique manner. Sam Gold will direct Fun Home, which was one of 2013’s hot ...

  • Gently Down the Stream

    Gently Down the Stream is a new play starring Harvey Fierstein and Gabriel Ebert as the pianist Beau and the young lawyer Rufus who meet at the start of the online-dating era.

  • Gettin’ the Band Back Together

    Gettin’ the Band back Together is the new musical about Mitch, a 40 year old banker who is forced to save his home by getting his high school band back together and having to compete in The Battle of the Bands!

  • Giant

    Giant was a big book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edna Ferber and now it’s a big musical. Giant reveals the underside of the big State of Texas, revealing its bigotry, greed and power broking. This is a musical filled with huge characters, explosive situations and major insights. Synopsis Giant is the story ...

  • Gigi

    The musical Gigi, a re-imaged version of the original 1973 Tony Award winning musical, is the story of a teenage girl living in Paris as the 19th century turns towards the 20th. With book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe, Gigi includes numerous memorable songs, ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Grace

      In Craig Wright’s play Grace, a young couple go off on a journey to Florida with hopes and dreams that take them on unanticipated twists and turns. Will their sunny new life turn sour quickly? Synopsis The location for Grace is the Sunshine State of Florida and everything looks to be very ...

  • Groundhog Day

    Imagine, you keep reliving the same day again and again. That’s what life becomes for a TV weather man named Phil in the new musical Groundhog Day.

  • Hand to God

    Hand to God, the darkly comedic play about a demonic sock puppet, offers a lot of irreverent laughs as the lead character, Jason is forced to participate in his church’s puppet pageant play and finds that his puppet Tyrone, who occupies his left hand, is a foul-mouthed, sinister soul. Steven ...

  • Hands on a Hard Body

    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, ...

  • Hedwig and the Angry Inch

    The resoundingly creative musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch stars Darren Criss in the role originally played on Broadway by Neil Patrick Harris. Hedwig and the Angry Inch, which is by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask, was nominated for 8 Tonys and won four. The story focuses on the rock band Hedwig ...

  • Heisenberg

    Heisenberg, written by Tony-winner Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) is coming to Broadway after a successful run Off-Broadway this past summer. Starring Mary-Louise Parker and Denis Arndt, this show tells the touching story of a woman who kisses an older man on the neck in a ...

  • Hello, Dolly!

    Bette Midler is back as Dolly! Hello, Dolly! tells the story of a charming widowed matchmaker who tries to marry the famous “half-a-millionaire” Horace Vandergelder. The widely celebrated musical, which has won ten Tonys, will have its fourth Broadway revival.  

  • Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin

    Hershey Felder stars as Irving Berlin in this one-time performance! Monday, June 6, audiences will be able to hear such songs as “White Christmas,” “God Bless America,” “Anything You Can Do,” and “Always”.    

  • Hit The Wall

    The 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 ...

  • Holiday Inn, The New Irving Berlin Musical

    In Holiday Inn, a new Irving Berlin musical based on the movie of the same name, Jim, a singer and hoofer, leaves the city behind to settle into an old Connecticut farmhouse. But he misses the bright light more than he thought he would. His solution is to turn his ...

  • Holler If Ya Hear Me

    Featuring rapper Tupac Shakur’s music and lyrics, Holler If Ya Hear Me offers a powerful story focusing on the lives of two childhood friends. Acclaimed director and Tony nominee Kenny Leon (2010 Fences) will bring this new musical to life, along with choreographer Wayne Cilento. Leon, who says the project ...

  • Home for the Holidays

    Home for the Holidays is a fantastic Holiday-themed show featuring traditional songs as well as stories and special appearances!

  • Honeymoon in Vegas

    The upbeat musical comedy Honeymoon in Vegas is on Broadway with Rob McClure (Jack Singer), Brynn O’Malley (Betsy Nolan), and Tony Danza (Tommy Korman) in the lead roles.  This musical is an adaptation of the popular 1992 Castle Rock Entertainment film that starred Nicolas Cage, Sarah Jessica Parker, and James Caan. ...

  • How To Transcend a Happy Marriage

    How To Transcend a Happy Marriage is a new play by acclaimed playwright Sarah Ruhl that explores love, friendship and the restraints that sometimes come with those.

  • Hughie

    Oscar winning actor Forest Whitaker makes his Broadway debut in Eugene O’Neill’s Hughie. Hughie is the story of a man finding solace, meaning, and direction in his relationship with a newly departed hotel night clerk.

  • I’ll Eat You Last: A Chat With Sue Mengers

    The 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. ...

  • If I Forget

    If I Forget is a new play that takes place a couple months before 9/11 and examines the role of family and culture when it is bound to collapse in on itself.

  • If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet

      Life’s struggles are revealed in the play If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet. The drama focuses on a fifteen-year-old girl named Anna who must fight a weight problem and eal with her mother’s concern. On a sparse, enigmatic set the play’s short scenes shift from dark and insightful ...

  • If/Then

    Tony winner Idina Menzel (Wicked) stars in If/Then, new musical by Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt. This is the team that created Next to Normal, which won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Directed by Michael Greif (Tony nominee Next to Normal), If/Then offers us insights into how life’s twists ...

  • iLuminate: Artist of Light

    iLuminate: Artist of Light is a dance of lights, action illuminated in the most engaging manner. Dancers wear multicolored lights that define their characters, movements, and emotions as bodies move through space to a contemporary techno-music score. In this hour-long spectacle the stage is dark but for the dancers illuminated ...

  • In The Secret Sea

    Directed by Tony winner Martin Charnin, comes In The Secret Sea, a play that tells the story of a couple that just got married and their respective parents who will have to make a life or death decision that’ll change their lives forever.

  • In Transit

    In Transit is a new a cappella musical that follows eleven New Yorkers finding their way through the city. The small ensemble fills several different parts representing all kinds of New York lifestyle.

  • Incident at Vichy

    Signature Theatre Company at the Pershing Center presents Arthur Miller’s World War II drama Incident at Vichy. This is the first time since his 1997-98 Residency that the company has presented a play by the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright.

  • Incognito

    Written by Nick Payne (Constellations) comes a new play called Incognito. This play explores the questions behind memory and identity by weaving together three separate, mysterious but absolutely remarkable stories.

  • Indecent

    Indecent is a new play with music ay by Paula Vogel, that is inspired by true events and looks at the Broadway debut of the controversial show God of Vengeance and the artists and performers that risked everything, including their lives, to perform it.

  • Into the Woods

    Winner of the Tony in 1988 for Best Score and Best Book, Into the Woods is back in New York and being given an outstanding, innovative production by The Roundabout Theatre. Reimagined by Fiasco Theater and directed by Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld, this Off-Broadway production has won plaudits from ...

  • It Shoulda Been You

    In the musical It Shoulda Been You, with music by Barbra Anselmi and a book and lyrics by Brian Hargrove, it looks as if the perfect wedding is about to take place until the bride’s former boyfriend shows up. Then love, life, and wedding begin to rip apart, ever so ...

  • It’s Only A Play

    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 ...

  • It’s Only A Play (Ending 1/18/15)

    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 ...

  • Ivanov

    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 ...

  • Jekyll & Hyde

      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 ...

  • Jesus Hopped the A Train

    Jesus Hopped the A Train is Stephen Adly Guirgis’ darkly comedic exploration of religion and faith!

  • Jitney

    Jitney is the first of August Wilson’s plays that are part of the American Century Cycle. The story follows a group of young men driving unlicensed cabs.

  • Joan of Arc: Into the Fire

    Joan of Arc: Into the Fire is a spectacular new look at the story of Joan of Arc performed in full rock concert style written by David Byrne of the Talking Heads!

  • John Lithgow: Stories By Heart

    John Lithgow: Stories By Heart is an experience of a lifetime as John Lithgow tells classic short stories.

  • Jonah and Otto

    Set in 2003, Jonah and Otto are two seemingly completely different men whose lives are never the same after a fateful encounter in a mysterious garden.

  • Junk

    Junk is Ayad Ahktar’s new play about financial turmoil and American capitalism. Junk follows Robert Merkin in 1985 as he tries to change the world – but will it be for the better or for worse?

  • Kid Victory

    Kid Victory is a new musical by John Kander about acceptance for others and from others.

  • King Charles III

    In this controversial play about royal ascendency, it is finally Price Charles’ time to rule, as his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, is dead. King Charles III is a riveting play about monarchy, royalty, and democracy.

  • King Lear

    THIS SHOW IS CLOSED Sam Waterston takes on the role of King Lear, which is one of the true proving grounds for actors. King Lear is about power, love and family. A misguided Lear mistakes flattery for love and truthfulness for disrespect. He goes mad, loses his kingdom and eventually all ...

  • Kingdom Come

    Kingdom Come is a new play by Jenny Rachel Weiner that explores whether chemistry can be real when people aren’t who they say they are.

  • Kiss of the Spider Woman

      Manuel Puig’s novel Kiss of the Spider Woman, which is directed by Peter DuBois, is coming to Broadway in a new adaptation by Academy Award nominee Jose Rivera and Allan Baker. The novel, which has been adapted five times for film and has been a successful Broadway musical, focuses on the relationship ...

  • La Soirée

    La Soirée takes you back to a time of lavishness, variety, and great times. This show is both a throwback to old-time vaudeville theatre and also a connection to the latest variety entertainment. La Soirée has been a hit in London, Stockholm, Paris, Sydney, and Dublin. The acts change during ...

  • Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill

    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 ...

  • Latin History for Morons

    JOHN LEGUIZAMO RETURNS TO BROADWAY! A sold-out run at The Public Theater. A record-breaking engagement at Berkeley Rep. Endless critical and audience acclaim. Chalk it all up to the mad genius of Emmy Award winner John Leguizamo, standing at the head of the class in his one-man tour de force, LATIN ...

  • Laugh It Up, Stare It Down

    In Laugh It Up, Stare It Down, Cleo and Joe are engaged in a relationship where they have high hopes, tensions, and challenges. Can they make it?

  • Les Liaisons Dangereuses

    Les Liaisons Dangereuses is coming back to Broadway starring Liev Schreiber and Janet McTeer. Christopher Hampton’s classic follows a couple of former lovers that play games of seduction with each other and others in 18th century aristocratic France.

  • Les Misérables

    Cameron Mackintosh’s Acclaimed New Production Has Arrived On Broadway! Winner of over 100 international awards and seen by over 65 million people worldwide, LES MISÉRABLES sweeps its audience through an epic tale of broken dreams, passion and redemption, against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of revolution. This newly re-imagined ...

  • 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 ...

  • Lewis Black: Black to the Future

    Comedian Lewis Black returns to Broadway for a limited engagement!

  • Liberty: A Monumental New Musical

    Liberty is a wonderful new theatrical experience about the arrival of Lady Liberty in America. Based on true events surrounding the political climate of that time, this 80-minute experience shows a country in recession, in which Lady Liberty fights to become an icon.

  • Lisa

    Lisa is a new short play written by Anna Smith that will play at the New York Theater festival. Based on a true story, 6-year-old Lisa, witnesses her mother being brutally abused by her father.

  • Living on Love

    Opera superstar Renée Fleming makes her Broadway debut in the new Joe DiPietro play Living on Love. In this romantic comedy, two driven music masters who are married to one another discover that jealousy can be an amazingly stimulating emotion, finding there are plenty of sparks left in their longtime ...

  • Lobby Hero

    Lobby Hero is Kenneth Lonergan’s fantastic drama about ambition and desire in the middle of the night. Chris Evans and Michael Cera will star in this revival!

  • Lonely I’m Not

    THIS SHOW IS CLOSED Eventually, you have to face yourself and your life. But when does that happen? In the comedy Lonely I’m Not, Porter finds himself challenged by life and failing at it. Can the new woman he has met change that? Synopsis In Lonely I’m Not, Porter has been a wunderkind ...

  • Long Day’s Journey Into Night

    In what is considered by many to be Eugene O’Neill’s greatest play, the Tyrone family plays out their lives as they attempt to survive the haunting specters of deep addiction, painful lies, and soulful regret that define their lives. Starring Gabriel Byrne and Jessica Lange, this is a deeply troubling, ...

  • Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

    Michael Flatley bring his magic back to Broadway for a limited engagement. This extraordinary show, Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games, will completely entertain and entirely enthral you.

  • Love Letters

    Love Letters by A.R. Gurney is a play unlike any other. The Pulitzer Prize winning play, which is comedic, dramatic, sentimental, and moving, is performed as a reading during which the two characters, who have been exchanging handwritten missives ever since they were children, share their passions, hopes, fears, and ...

  • Love Never Dies

    The Phantom of the Opera continues its amazing run on Broadway and at the same the the sequel, Love Never Dies, is preparing for a spring 2012 Broadway premiere. Set a decade after the events of The Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies focuses on Christine as she travels ...

  • Love, Loss and What I Wore

      THIS SHOW IS CLOSED In this fragmented tale, five women find that their clothing and closets can transport them to other times that hold sometimes wonderful, sometimes dramatic, sometimes comedic and always important moments from their lives. The cast of Love, Loss and What I Wore is comprised of five stars ...

  • Love, Love, Love

    Love, Love, Love is a new play by Mike Bartlett, chronicling a time when the Beatles were at their peak!

  • Luck of the Irish

    Luck 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 ...

  • Lucky Guy

    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 ...

  • M. Butterfly

    Visionary director Julie Taymor brings you a story of love, espionage and betrayal. M. BUTTERFLY. Clive Owen stars in the first Broadway revival of this ravishing Tony®-winning play inspired by a scandal that captivated the world. Don’t miss this intoxicating and visually stunning production of M. BUTTERFLY as it comes ...

  • Macbeth

    Tony 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 ...

  • Macbeth

    Ethan 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 ...

  • Machinal

    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: ...

  • Mamma Mia!

    With a palindrome as its name, the 1970s-80s Swedish pop group ABBA seemed to constantly have a song or two at the top of the charts. Their tunes made them internationally famous, as they became the anthem for millions who loved to dance, sing along with their music and simply ...

  • Marry Harry

    Marry Harry is the York Theatre Company’s spectacular NY Premiere of a brand new musical comedy set in New York! The story follows two people on the verge of 30 whose family ties hold a little too tightly!

  • Marvin’s Room

    Marvin’s Room is Scott McPherson’s new drama about two sisters who have not talked in a long time and are now forced to face long awaited family plans.

  • 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 ...

  • Matilda

    Winner of 7 Olivier Awards (more than any show in history) and of every Best Musical award in London, including the Critic’s Circle Theatre Award, Theatre Awards UK, Evening Standard Award, Whatsonstage.com Award and the Olivier Award, Matilda The Musical is due on Broadway starting April 23, 2013. This Royal ...

  • Meteor Shower

    Meteor Shower is Steve Martin’s new comedy about two couples whose evening of niceties turns into a marital free-for-all with disastrous consequences – and that’s not just because of the meteor storm! This production features an all-star cast including Amy Schumer making her Broadway debut, Alan Tudyk, Laura Benanti and Keegan-Michael ...

  • Million Dollar Quartet

    THIS SHOW IS CLOSED It was a dream quartet composed of four of the most important and dynamic stars of their era. In this show, which is based on an actual jam session that occurred on December 4, 1956, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins play through ...

  • Miracle on South Division Street

      ​THIS SHOW IS CLOSED Was there a miracle on South Division Street or not in 1942? Clara, the matriarch of the Nowak family, certainly believes so but today her faith in the family miracle is shaken. Synopsis In Miracle on South Division Street, Clara, who lives in the urban decay of the neighborhood ...

  • Misery

    Bruce Willis, who is best known for his work in the Die Hard action-movie series, stars in William Goldman’s adaptation of the Stephen King novel Misery. Misery, which was originally adapted by Goldman as a film, starring Kathy Bates and James Cahn, is the frightening, dark, and intense story of novelist ...

  • Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating and Marriage

    THIS SHOW IS CLOSED What is it like to be a modern-day relationship guru? Miss Abigail knows first-hand as she takes phone calls from around the world giving advice to the rich and famous and the neurotic and infamous. With her personal assistant and confidant, Paco, she is always ready to ...

  • Miss Saigon

    Don’t miss this limited Broadway engagement of the new production Newsday calls “Passionate and brilliantly cast,” and Deadline hails as, “A phenomenon! Sensational in every way.” THE EPIC LOVE STORY OF OUR TIME IS SWEEPING AUDIENCES OFF THEIR FEET! EXPERIENCE THE NEW MISS SAIGON FOR YOURSELF.   “A DYNAMITE BROADWAY REVIVAL!” – Elisabeth Vincentelli, The ...

  • Modern Terrorism

      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 ...

  • Mothers and Sons

    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 ...

  • Motown The Musical

    Motown the Musical is the story of the rise of record mogul and songwriter Berry Gordy and the company he created and the amazing talents he discovered. Motown tells the story behind the hits and the record label’s various stars, including Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Marvin ...

  • Murder Ballad

    In 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 ...

  • Murder for Two

    Murder for Two is a unique musical featuring two actors in a murder mystery where one plays the detective and the other all of the suspects. With book and music by Joe Kinosian and book and lyrics by Kellen Blair, this is a musical that is crazy, enthralling, and quite ...

  • My Mañana Comes

    In My Mañana Comes, those who dine in the elegant restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper East Side know nothing about the four busboys who serve them. These men have dreams, ambitions, and desires that they desperately attempt to hold onto as the daily trials of life test each one’s fortitude. They ...

  • My Name is Asher Lev

    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, ...

  • My Sinatra

    My 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 ...

  • Napoli, Brooklyn

    Napoli, Brooklyn is a new play about an Italian immigrant household in 1960’s Brooklyn that has to deal with their daughters coming of age in a drastically and sometimes fatally changing new world.

  • Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812

    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 ...

  • Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812

    Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 is the new acclaimed electro pop musical, based on a short passage in War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy.

  • Nevermore – The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe

    After enjoying sold-out runs in London and throughout North America, the internationally acclaimed musical play Nevermore – The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe has arrived on the New York stage. Nevermore is a wonderful combination of taut drama, dynamic musical theatre, imaginative storytelling, and stunning stagecraft.

  • Newsies

    The live-action Disney filmNewsies has been adapted for the stage and is filling the Nederlander Theatre stage with its cast of newsboys. The 1992 movie musical focuses on the Newsboys Strike of 1899 in New York City. Newsies is a great family show with lots of entertaining songs, an uplifting ...

  • 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 ...

  • Night is a Room

    Signature Theatre Company at the Pershing Center presents the world premiere of Night is a Room by Residency One playwright Naomi Wallace. Night is a Room examines loneliness, love, and the power that we possess in creating and destroying relationships.

  • Nikolai and the 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 ...

  • No Man’s Land

    Patrick Stewart (Hirst) and Ian McKellen (Spooner) star in Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land. This classic Pinter play, which is set in an enigmatic world, focuses on two writers who may or may not know one another. Is their meeting an elaborate hoax, a playful charade or a terrible nightmare? ...

  • Noises Off

    Noises Off, by Michael Frayn, is a first-class farce about ego, actors, and the theatre. This farce is a wild ride that offers nonstop laughs as a theatre troupe prepares for the opening of their production of Nothing On. In Noises Off, we see Murphy’s Law times 10 exemplified as ...

  • Not That Jewish

    Not That Jewish is Monica Piper’s autobiographical show about her life as a Jew-ish woman, from her show-business family to her own family as a single mom and as a TV-writer for shows such as Roseanne and Rugrats.

  • Of Mice and Men

    Of Mice and Men, which Nobel prize-winning author John Steinbeck adapted from his popular novella, tells the story of two migrant farmworkers in California, George Milton and Lennie Small, and their friendship. Set during the Great Depression, Of Mice and Men is about meeting the challenges of life, friendship, and ...

  • Oh Hello, on Broadway

    Oh Hello, on Broadway features Nick Kroll and John Mulaney as their alter ego’s Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland, two outrageous elderly New Yorkers.

  • Old Hats

    Tony Award winners Bill Irwin and David Shiner join forces oncer again to create a new theatre piece that goes by the name Old Hats. This world premiere production will utilize a wide range of techniques including slapstick, magic and movement.  

  • Old Jews Telling Jokes

      Old Jews Telling Jokes offers great standup and it may be hard to believe but some of the comedians are actually old. Five Jews, three of whom are getting long in the tooth, tell tales about love, marriage, money, divorce and more. This is a fun, R-rated night in the ...

  • Old Times

    Playwright Harold Pinter offers us a seemingly simple world in Old Times, but then quickly transforms that world into an interaction of complex motivations and energies. Old Times stars Olivier winner and two-time Tony nominee Eve Best, Clive Owen, and Kelly Reilly.  

  • On the Exhale

    On the Exhale is Mary Zimmerman’s new play starring Marin Ireland which offers a uniquely drawn perspective on the American gun crisis.

  • On the Town

    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 ...

  • On the Twentieth Century

    With book and lyric by Comden and Green and music by Cy Coleman and a cast that includes Kristen Chenoweth and Peter Gallagher, On the Twentieth Century enjoys it’s first major Broadway revival. The musical premiered in 1978 on Broadway, and starred John Cullum, Madeline Kahn, Imogene Coca, and Kevin ...

  • On Your Feet

    The musical On Your Feet is the story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan and the Latino experience in America. Included are many of Gloria Estefan’s most popular songs, such as “Rhythm Is Gonna Get You, “1-2-3,” “Mi Tierra,” and “Conga.”

  • Once

    The hit 2006 indie film Once is now a hit musical featuring the music and lyrics of Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova and a book by Enda Walsh. Once won the Audience Award at Sundance and then became an indie hit. This story of two songwriters who team up to create amazing music together ...

  • Orphans

    Alec 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, ...

  • Oslo

    Oslo is the true story of Norwegian diplomat Mona Juul and her husband who orchestrated secret peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine that culminated in the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993.

  • Othello: The Remix

    Othello: The Remix is an original show by the Q Brothers that combines Othello with original hip hop beats to highlight the original rhythm and meter of the Bard.

  • Our Mother’s Brief Affair

    Tony winner Linda Lavin stars in Our Mother’s Brief Affair, a new play by Richard Greenberg that tells the story of a woman who shocks her adult children when she tells them about a previously unknown affair that treads the path between truth and fiction.

  • Outside Mullingar

    John Patrick Shanley’s new romantic comedy, Outside Mullingar, makes its Broadway debut with Brían F. O’Byrne as Anthony and Debra Messing as Rosemary. They are the couple that should fall in love and tie the knot, but due to Brian’s extreme shyness have not. Preview: Jan. 02, 2014 Open: Jan. 23, ...

  • Pacific Overtures

    Pacific Overtures is a wonderful musical about the Western influences on Eastern culture, written by Sondheim & Weidman and starring George Takei.

  • Pageant: The Musical

    Pageant: The Musical is an Off-Broadway hit. Every night features a surprise ending, as the winner of the beauty pageant is chosen by a panel of judges from the audience. This hilarious night of competitive comedy features a cast of all male actors playing the beauty queens to be.

  • Passion

    In 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, ...

  • Peer Gynt

    Peer Gynt stars Tony winner Gabriel Ebert as the famous character from Ibsen’s classic play.

  • Perfect Arrangement

    It is the 1950s and the hunt for Communists and other potential threats, including those defined as sexual deviants, is on. How will two gay State Department employees, Bob and Norma, hide the fact that they are not following accepted norms?

  • Peter and the Starcatcher

    After enjoying a successful run Off-Broadway at the New York Theatre Workshop last spring, Peter and the Starcatcher, an energetic and clever stage adaptation of Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson’s prequel to the tale of Peter Pan, premiered on Broadway in late March 2012 to critical acclaim. This is the ...

  • Peter and the Starcatcher

    After 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 ...

  • Picnic

      William Inge’s hit play Picnic, which premiered in 1953 with then unknown actor Paul Newman in the cast, returns to Broadway this season. Set in a small Kansas town during Labor Day, Picnic starts out with everything about as All-American and fine as it can be. But as the day ...

  • Pillars of New York

    Pillars of New York is a new play that follows authentic New Yorkers on the day of September 11th.

  • Pipeline

    Pipeline is Dominique Morisseau’s premiering drama about an inner-city public high school teacher whose only son goes to a private boarding school, until he is threatened with expulsion.

  • Pippin

    Pippin is back on Broadway for its first major revival ever. The Stephen Schwartz musical focuses on King Charlemagne’s son Pippin and his quest to find his “corner of the sky.” Part history, part existential quest and part musical comedy, Pippin offers theatregoers razzmatazz, social commentary and a winning score. ...

  • Plenty

    Rachel Weisz will star in Plenty, a new work by Tony Award winner David Hare, about a British secret agent during the end of WWII and the decades that followed.

  • Potted Potter

    Two-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, ...

  • Present Laughter

    Kevin Kline stars in Noel Coward’s comedy classic Present Laughter. Kevin Kline plays Garry Essendine, an actor who lands himself in all kinds of unwanted trouble, including with his ex-wife and manager, after an interesting encounter with a fan.

  • Prince of Broadway

    Prince of Broadway is a new musical that features and celebrates the life and work of Harold Prince’s 60-year career as director. The musical will look at Prince’s turbulent and eventful life and career involving some of the most famous and influential theater such as West Side Story, Cabaret, Phantom of the ...

  • Prodigal Son

    Prodigal Son tells the story of Jim Quinn, a 17-year old from the Bronx who transfers to a private school in New Hampshire where two faculty members try to stand up against each other while getting to know Jim.

  • Pump Boys and Dinettes

    In 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 ...

  • Really Really

    Really 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 ...

  • Rebecca

      It was a haunting novel and then an enigmatic Hitchcock film, and now it comes to the stage as a musical. Rebecca is a show of haunting mystery, romance and a past that simply will not disappear into the fog. Can impassioned desire, a beautiful and enigmatic woman and a perfect ...

  • Rent

    THIS SHOW IS CLOSED When Rent premiered in 1996, it changed the landscape of musical theatre. The Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning musical is back for another run in New York City and the issues and characters are still as vibrant and fresh as they were 15 years ago. Synopsis Who Jonathan Larson’s ...

  • 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 ...

  • Ring Twice For Miranda

    An intriguing play about the chambermaid Miranda who, together with the butler, flees onto the streets from the house of the vengeful Sir.

  • Rock of Ages

    Set in the Hollywood of the 1980s, when the rock bands featured bad boys, stinging guitar riffs and hammering drums, Rock of Ages is a fast-paced, drug-laced, sex-maze of frivolity set to the hits of the time. It’s true that there is a story, but it’s fairly light, which helps ...

  • Rocktopia

    Rocktopia combines the music from then and now through the idea that if Beethoven or Mozart were alive today, they would be modern-day rock stars! Featuring musical arrangements inspired by Mozart, Queen, Beethoven and Journey, as well as many others!

  • Rocky, The Musical

    The new musical Rocky, which is based on the Sylvester Stallone Oscar winning movie, tells the poignant story of a boxer who is all but washed up and his opportunity to finally get his one chance at the big fight. Rocky, The Musical, offers an original score, with music by Stephen Flaherty and ...

  • Romeo and Juliet

    Shakespeare’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 ...

  • Ruthless

    How far will a little girl go to get the lead in her school play? According to the hilarious musical Ruthless, as far as she can go.

  • Saint Joan

    Saint Joan will be making its Broadway revival starring Condola Rashad as the famous title character in this epic tale of politics, visions, life, and death written by George Bernard Shaw.

  • Scandalous

    Scandalous: The Life and Trials of Aimee Semple McPherson offers the real-life story of Sister Aimee who was a religious pioneer, hotshot celebrity and eventually a fallen angel, as her scandalous love affairs resulted in her demise. With music by David Pomeranz and David Friedman and book and lyrics by ...

  • Sense and Sensibility

    Sense and Sensibility is a new adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel and has been called the “greatest stage adaptation of this novel in history”. The story follows the sisters Dashwood – Elinor and Marianne – after they lose their whole fortune. Sense and Sensibility is an ingenious story about the power of reputation, social ...

  • She Loves Me

    The Broadway revival of the Bock, Harnick, and Masteroff musical comedy She Loves Me stars Tony winner Laura Benanti and Disgraced star Josh Radnor. The musical tells the story of Amalia (Benanti ) and Georg (Radnor) and the development of their relationship at the parfumerie where they work. They start ...

  • Shear Madness

    Shear Madness is the multi-city hit murder mystery that after more than 30 years comes to NYC! It’s unpredictable, hilarious, and totally engaging.

  • Shuffle Along Or The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed

    Shuffle Along, a musical with music and lyrics by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake and original book by F.E. Miller and Aubrey Lyles, was a groundbreaking Broadway show that changed the way that theatre audiences saw relationships in the black community. Historians agree that it was not only a big hit ...

  • Side Show

    Directed by Academy Award® winner Bill Condon (Chicago, Dreamgirls, Gods and Monsters) making his Broadway debut, Side Show is set against the backdrop of 1920s and 1930s show business, seamlessly blending the worlds of carnival, vaudeville and Hollywood glamour. This dazzling musical features a “supercharged score” (Charles Isherwood, The New ...

  • Significant Other

    Significant Other is a brand new play by Joshua Harmon. It follows Jordan Berman who tries to find the right guy while his closest girlfriends are all getting married.

  • Silence! The Musical?

      What if someone created a musical spoof of Silence of the Lambs? Would it be a hilarious hit? The answer is “yes.” It is the 1991 Oscar-winning movie The Silence of the Lambs parodied to the limit, featuring the characters FBI agent-in-training Clarice Starling (played by Jodie Foster in the ...

  • Six Degrees of Separation

    Six Degrees of Separation stars Allison Janney and John Benjamin Hickey as a New York couple who take in a young man named Paul who has connections to them in ways they couldn’t imagine.

  • Skintight

    Skintight is Joshua Harmon’s new drama starring Idina Menzel. The story follows Jodi (Menzel) as she navigates a world where youthful attractiveness and sex are on everybody’s mind, and the way we deal with them is as important as ever.

  • Skylight

    Skylight by David Hare, which was originally produced in London in 1995 and received a critically acclaimed revival in London in 2014, is on Broadway this season. The drama plumbs the depths of a former and perhaps revivable relationship between an older man and a younger woman.

  • Sleep No More

    In Sleep No More, the story of Shakespeare’s Macbeth is set in and unfolds in a chic 1920s hotel. This is an amazing environmental production that keeps the audience moving as it utilizes five floors of the McKittrick Hotel to tell the story.

  • Smokefall

    Smokefall is a new original show, starring Zachary Quinto. A bizarre mix of vaudeville and magical realism, this show blends the lines between humor and compassionate dialogue focusing on the family ties that stay with us forever.

  • Something Rotten!

    In the musical comedy Something Rotten!, which includes music and lyrics by the brothers Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick and book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell, English Renaissance theatre persona William Shakespeare is exposed as an arrogant, rock star playwright. But this is not a musical that’s just about ...

  • Soul Doctor

    Soul 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 ...

  • Southern Comfort

    Southern Comfort is a brand new musical, based on the Sundance Award winning documentary by Kate Davis, that tells the true story of a group of transgender friends that discover what family and love mean in their lives in the hills of Georgia.  

  • Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark

      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 ...

  • SpongeBob Musical

    SpongeBob Musical is a brand new musical featuring the popular sponge and his good friend Patrick! With an assortment of songs written by such artists as Steven Tyler and Joe Perry from Aerosmith, Sara Bareilles, The Flaming Lips, John Legend and many more including a song by the late David Bowie!

  • Spring Awakening

    The Broadway revival of the musical adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s play Spring Awakening, which won eight Tonys, takes audiences on a complex, emotional journey. Based on the controversial 1891, the musical, which features a techno-pop score, tells the story of various teens attempting to navigate the frightening, thrilling, and mysterious ...

  • Sunday in the Park With George

    Sunday in the Park With George, the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine is coming back to Broadway! Jake Gyllenhaal plays the painter Georges Seurat whose obsessive nature in the short time before completing his most famous painting has significant consequences on his own life as well as ...

  • Sunset Boulevard

    Glenn Close stars as Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard, for which she won a Tony in 1995! Norma Desmond is a forgotten actress whose luxurious and seductive lifestyle tempts a poor screenwriter to work with her until he falls for another woman with dire consequences.

  • Sweat

    Sweat is Lynn Nottage’s new play making its Broadway debut after a very successful run at The Public Theater. Sweat follows a group of friends that all work together in a factory until layoffs and other unfortunate events threatens their friendship.

  • Sweet Bird of Youth

      Broadway is abuzz with the news that Tennessee Williams’ drama Sweet Bird of Youth, which premiered on Broadway in 1959 with Paul Newman and Geraldine Page in the lead roles, will be revived in 2011. The revival, which is said to be directed by David Cromer, is set to feature ...

  • Sylvia

    A.R. Gurney’s wonderful comedy Sylvia, which was an Off-Broadway hit in 1995, makes its way to the Broadway stage for the first time. This is a funny, touching, and insightful comedy about a man who finds companionship in a stray dog named Sylvia, and the way in which she upsets ...

  • Tail! Spin!

    Tail! Spin!, the political comedy inspired by secret tweets, emails, and texts that exposed the foibles of 21st century American politicians, was a smash hit at the 2012 New York International Fringe Festival and now it comes to Off-Broadway for a limited run. Starring Saturday Night Live alum Rachel Dratch, ...

  • Talley’s Folly

    In the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Talley’s Folly by Lanford Wilson, Matt Friedman is still interested in being romantically involved with Sally Talley. In post-World War II America, Matt returns to his hometown and he and Sally meet in the family boathouse, which serves as the perfect setting for their sometimes ...

  • Tappin’ Thru life

    The legendary Broadway performer Maurice Hines brings us Tappin’ Thru Life, a new musical and tap dancing filled tribute to his brother and to the performers who inspired him throughout his career in showbiz.

  • That Physics Show

    In this spectacular new show, David Maiullo brings the world of physics on stage and demonstrates how his “magic” controls the world we live in.

  • The 39 Steps

    Hilarious and madcap, a spy story of the ultimate degree, The 39 Steps comes back to New York with Broadway cast member Arnie Burton once again playing Clown #2. This comedy, which is based on the book by John Buchnan as it pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock’s famous film of ...

  • The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey

    This is an amazingly inventive and insightful play. Set in a small seaside town in New Jersey, The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey explores the essence of life, living, and loving.

  • The Agony And The Ecstasy Of Steve Jobs

      THIS SHOW IS CLOSED On the even of Steve Jobs’ death comes a play that puts into focus our obsession with the amazing devices the Apple founder created and our disconnect from those who labor in terrible conditions to build them. Mike Daisey takes us on a journey that he knows ...

  • The Anarchist

    One of America’s most prolific playwrights, David Mamet, directs his drama The Anarchist, starring Patti LuPone and Debra Winger. The Anarchist is drama about a female prisoner battling for parole with her female prison warden. Terse, witty and compelling, The Anarchist offers audiences a drama of words, emotions and human intensity.  Synopsis In ...

  • The Assembled Parties

    The 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 ...

  • The Audience

    The Audience, starring Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth II, comes to Broadway. Mirren, who won the 2013 Olivier Award for her portrayal of Elizabeth in The Audience, offers a bravura performance. This play offers an insiders view of the Queen of England and her weekly meetings with her prime ministers. ...

  • The 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 ...

  • The Berenstain Bears LIVE!

    It’s one the America’s most popular families on stage, live in The Berenstain Bears LIVE! in Family Matters, the Musical. This is an insightful, funny, and charming show about the importance of family and those various challenges that we all face every day.

  • The Big Knife

    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 ...

  • The Boys in the Band

    The Boys in the Band comes to Broadway for its 50th anniversary with an all star cast!

  • The Bridges of Madison County

    The new musical The Bridges of Madison County, which is based on James Waller’s novel of the same name, offers the bittersweet story of Robert Kincaid, a photographer, and his brief but life-altering affair with Francesca Johnson, an Iowa farm wife. The Bridges of Madison County is written by Tony ...

  • The Cherry Orchard

    The Cherry Orchard, the classic play by Anton Chekhov and newly adapted by The Humans’ playwright Stephen Karam, will come to Broadway for a strict limited engagement. This play tells the story of Lyubov, a Russian noblewoman who returns to her estate, after a period of five years, to cope with the memories of ...

  • The Children

    The Children is Lucy Kirkwood’s new play that follows two nuclear engineers, now retired and living a quiet life on the British seacoast when they get a surprise visit from an old friend.

  • The City Club

    THIS SHOW IS CLOSED This music laced show is set in the U.S after Prohibition and focuses on a corrupt family and the son who want to head in a different direction. Synopsis There’s a jazz feel to The City Club as Charles “Chaz” Davenport, the son of a corrupt city family, is ...

  • The Color Purple

    The revival of the musical The Color Purple stars Grammy and Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson as Shug Avery and, making her Broadway debut, Cynthia Erivo, who starred in the London production of the show, as Celie. The Color Purple is an uplifting musical that chronicles how one woman struggled through ...

  • The Country House

    Blythe Danner (Tony Award for Butterflies Are Free) stars in The Country House, a play inspired by playwright Anton Chekhov’s pastoral comedies. The Country House comes to Broadway after a six-week run in Los Angeles. Written by Donald Margulies, who won the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for Dinner with Friends, the ...

  • The Cripple of Inishmaan

    Popular stage and film actor Daniel Radcliffe returns to Broadway this season in playwright Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan. Tony-winning director Michael Grandage brings his critically acclaimed West End production of McDonagh’s play to Broadway. The show, which focuses on a young man wanting to break from the ties ...

  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    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 ...

  • The Dance and the Railroad

      The 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 ...

  • The Devil’s Music: The Life And Blues Of Bessie Smith

    ​THIS SHOW IS CLOSED Bessie Smith was a unique performer who was sassy, sexy and passionate in her performance. In the Devil’s Music, we meet the legendary blues singer as she bears the end of her career and life. Synopsis The Devil’s Music: The Life And Blues Of Bessie Smith focuses on discovering ...

  • The Effect

    A new play that explores the ins and outs of clinical trials. Connie and Tristan have titillating chemistry, although it might just be the side effects of a new anti-depressant.    

  • The Elephant Man

    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 ...

  • The Encounter

    Simon McBurney stars in the one man show The Encounter. Based on a book about National Geographic writer and photographer Loren McIntyre’s experiences with the native tribes along the Amazon River.

  • The Fantasticks

    The Fantasticks original New York run lasted more than 40 years and cumulated in 17,162 performances, which made it the world’s longest running musical. This new production, which is directed by book and lyric writer Tom Jones, still embraces the same simple production elements that made the original show so striking ...

  • The Father

    The Father, which stars three-time Tony winner Frank Langella, offers us a view of a man who may or may not be many things. His name is Andre and at 80 years old and living with his daughter Anne, who he was and what he is are both very much ...

  • The Flick

    The Flick, which is set in a run-down movie theater in central Massachusetts, offers insights into the lives of three employees. This is a wonderful comedy that exposes the hearts of three unique, yet common, people.

  • The Front Page

    The Front Page tells the story of Chicago tabloid newspapers that report on the police. This revival will star 2-time Tony winner Nathan Lane, John Slattery (Mad Men) and Golden Globe winner John Goodman.

  • The Gin Game

    The Pulitzer Prize winning play The Gin Game comes to Broadway with two of the most magnificent performers of our lifetime. Tony winner James Earl Jones and Tony winner Cicely Tyson will play Weller Martin and Fonsia Dorsey respectively. In this insightful, passionate and truthful play, we see two people ...

  • The Glass Menagerie

    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

    Masterworks Theater Company brings Tennessee Williams to the stage with their production of The Glass Menagerie. The Glass Menagerie is the story of Tom Wingfield, his family, conflicts, and dreams. The American classic offers audiences the portrait of a family struggling to find happiness in a lonely world.    

  • The Glass Menagerie

    The Glass Menagerie, written by Tennesee Williams and starring Joe Mantello and Sally Field, follows the story of Tom, his sister and his mother who is obsessed with taking care of the sister.

  • The Heidi Chronicles

    The Heidi Chronicles, the Pulitzer Prize winning play by Wendy Wasserstein, follows Heidi Holland from he high school days to her years as an art historian to motherhood 20 years later. In her penetrating comedy, Wasserstein raises questions and offers answers about the roles and status of women in the ...

  • The Heiress

      The Heiress, based on Henry James’ novel Washington Square and set in the 1850s, focuses on the plain, shy and potentially wealthy Catherine Sloper, as she is courted for her family fortune by Morris Townsend.  The Heiress, which first performed on Broadway in 1947, is about the abuse of trust, ...

  • The Humans

    After a successful run Off-Broadway, The Humans is now coming to Broadway in 2016. In this play by Stephen Karam, the Blake family ends up clashing and exploring everything their family has to offer after Erik Blake moved their traditional Thanksgiving from Pennsylvania to his daughter’s apartment in Manhattan.

  • The Iceman Cometh

    The Iceman Cometh is Eugene O’Neill’s classic drama starring Denzel Washington as Hickey, the charismatic rambling salesman!

  • The Illusionists – Turn of the Century

    The Illusionists is the ultimate show of masterful illusions by some of the most accomplished illusionists in the world. See seven premiere illusionists create their magic onstage in what is a must-see show. You’ll be left spellbound by their masterful tricks. In The Illusionists, you’ll see stunts that ...

  • The King and I

    The King and I is a classic musical that investigates what happens when the West goes to the East and attempts to make changes at the request of their host. Starring Kelli O’Hara as Anna, The King and I is a story focusing on the clash of cultures, personalities, and ...

  • The Last Five Years

    In 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 ...

  • The Last Ship

    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 ...

  • The Liar

    The Liar is David Ives’ adaptation of Pierre Corneille’s farce features the always lying Dorante and his manservant Cliton who is ever truthful. Together they get enveloped in a web of mistaken identities and intrigue.

  • The Lightning Thief

    The Lightning Thief is a new musical based off of Rick Riordan’s famous books about Percy Jackson as he searches for Zeus’ lightning bolt!

  • The Little Foxes

    Lillian Hellman’s riveting drama The Little Foxes stars Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon as Regina and Birdie Hubbard, alternating these roles for the duration of the run. The Little Foxes is set in Alabama around the turn of the twentieth century as tensions in the Hubbard clan continue to rise.

  • The Lying Lesson

    In 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 ...

  • The Madrid

    Edie 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. ...

  • The Mound Builders

    Writing 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 ...

  • The Mystery of Edwin Drood

      Chita Rivera is back on Broadway in the revival of Rupert Holmes’ The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel, which bears the same name, this highly theatrical musical utilizes the magnificent world of the English music hall and pantomime. It is filled with twists and complications, ...

  • The Nance

    Tony-winner Nathan Lane appears on Broadway in The Nance by Douglas Carter Beane. Lane, who won a Tony for his portrayal of Pseudolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and a Tony and Olivier for the role of Max Bialystock in The Producers, will play ...

  • The Old Man and the Old Moon

    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 Other Place

    The Other Place is a gripping play filled with uncertainty and mystery. Set on Cape Cod, the play moves from time and place with fluidity and offers viewers insights through a fragmented story masterfully told. The Other Place stars Laurie Metcalf, Daniel Stern, Zoe Perry and John Schiappa. Synopsis The Other Place is the story ...

  • The Parisian Woman

    The Parisian Woman is Beau Willimon’s riveting play starring Uma Thurman as a charming political figure who, at a pivotal point in time, has to come to terms with her personal as well as her political life.

  • The Performers

      Henry Winkler and Cheyenne Jackson star in The Performers, a new comedy centered on the adult film industry. Winkler plays Chuck Wood, an aging porn star, and Jackson is Mandrew, an aspiring porn actor. Things get complicated when Lee, a high school friend of Mandrew’s and a reporter for a ...

  • The Piano Lesson

    August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson, which is set in Pittsburgh’s Hill District circa 1936, is a story about family and history. In what is the fourth play in August Wilson’s epic Century Cycle, The Piano Lesson provides insights into how each of us sees and connects with our history and ...

  • The Present

    Oscar Winner Cate Blanchett makes her Broadway debut in The Present, an adaptation written by Andrew Upton and based of Chekhov’s Platonov. Blanchett plays the widow Anna Petrovna who stands at the middle of an intriguing web of relationships gone awry, unanswered love and built up regret, even though on the surface it may ...

  • The Radio City Christmas Spectacular

    Always a stunning show, this extravaganza will prove to be a unique and entertaining experience for the entire family. Perfect for any group that wants to celebrate and enjoy the festive holiday season, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular will take you to a thrilling and enchanted world. The show includes ...

  • The Radio City Christmas Spectacular 2015

    Once again, better than ever, it is The Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the world-famous Rockettes® in a show for the entire family. Featuring precision dancing, extravagantly captivating costumes, and massive stage effects, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is a must-see for the holidays.

  • The Rascals: Once Upon a Dream

    The 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 ...

  • The Real Thing

    Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing returns to Broadway with Ewan McGregor as Henry and Maggie Gyllenhaal as Annie. In 1984, when it premiered on Broadway, The Real Thing won the Drama Desk Award, The New York Outer Drama Critic’s Circle Award, and the Tony Award for Best Play and the ...

  • The Realistic Joneses

    The Realistic Joneses, a new comedy written by Will Eno and directed by Sam Gold, will premiere on Broadway with Toni Colette, Michael C Hall, Tracy Letts, and Marisa Tomei. The Realistic Joneses, which received its World Premiere at Yale Repertory Theatre in 2012, tells the intriguing tale of two ...

  • The Revisionist

    In 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 ...

  • The River

    Starring Hugh Jackman (Tony winner for The Boy from Oz) and written by Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem), The River comes to Broadway after its successful premiere at London’s the Royal Court in October 2012. Passion, compassion, humor, and humanity mark playwright Butterworth’s work.

  • The Robber Bridegroom

    The Robber Bridegroom is a hilarious, charming and sexy musical set in the South with a Robin Hood-twist to it. This revival marks the 40th anniversary of the musical after it premiered on Broadway in 1975 with Kevin Kline and Patti LuPone. This production features stage and movie actor Steven Pasquale ...

  • The Snow Geese

    In 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 ...

  • The Terms of My Surrender

    The Terms of My Surrender is Oscar-winner Michael Moore’s new interactive solo play about the state of the United States and how in hell we got here and where to go next!

  • The Testament of Mary

    The Testament of Mary 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, ...

  • The Trip To Bountiful

    Horton 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 ...

  • The Two-Character Play

    The 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 ...

  • The Unavoidable Disappearance Of Tom Durnin

    Tom 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? Synopsis In The Unavoidable Disappearance Of Tom Durnin after doing time for his white-collar crime, Tom Durnin wants to regain the ...

  • The Velocity of Autumn

    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.   

  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show is the new critically acclaimed adaptation of four of Eric Carle’s world famous books and features an impressive 75 puppets to help bring the beloved and colorful characters to life.

  • The Visit

    Starring Tony Award winner Chita Rivera, The Visit, the new Kander and Ebb (Cabaret, Chicago) musical, is based on the modern classic of the same name by Swiss playwright Friedrich Dürrenmatt. The Visit, which is a dark comedy, includes a book by Terrence McNally (It’s Only a Play, Master Class).

  • The Voca People

    THIS SHOW IS CLOSED Cosmic a cappella crooning that is comic, creative and constantly charming defines the internationally renowned group The Voca People. This is an intergalactic musical experience that you won’t forget. The Voca People, who have travelled to NYC from somewhere behind the sun, will take you on a ...

  • The Winslow Boy

    The 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, ...

  • The Woodsman

    The Woodsman is a thrilling musical that gives shape to the backstory of the Tin Man in L. Frank Baum’s Land of Oz. This production, which features spectacular life-size puppetry, gives insight as to how the Tin Woodsman fell in love and got cursed by an evil witch who’ll stop at nothing ...

  • Thérèse Raquin

    Keira Knightley stars in a new adaptation of Emile Zola’s groundbreaking 19th century novel Thérèse Raquin. The well-known film star, who has been seen in classically based films such as Pride and Prejudice and widely popular movies, such as Pirates of the Caribbean, makes her Broadway debut. Knightley has been ...

  • This Is Our Youth

    The revival of This Is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan brings Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson to the Broadway stage. Directed by Anna D Shapiro, who won the Tony Award for Best Director of a Play, as well the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding ...

  • Three Tall Women

    Three Tall Women is the premiere of Edward Albee’s powerful drama starring Laurie Metcalf and Glenda Jackson!

  • Time and the Conways

    Time and the Conways is J.B. Priestly’s challenging drama  making its Broadway return starring Elizabeth McGovern as Mrs. Conway!

  • Travesties

    Travesties is Tom Stoppard’s riveting drama making its return to Broadway starring Tom Hollander!

  • Tribes

    In the comedy-drama Tribes, Billy, who is deaf, struggles to keep up with his family’s insane dinner table debates but he’s frustrated by his inability to understand the intricacies of the outlandish and loud conversation. Then he meets a woman who teaches him sign language and his entire world changes. ...

  • Trip of Love

    Take a trip back to the decade that made a generation boom. It was a time when innocence was lost, love and war were at odds and people were born to be wild, giving rise to some of the most unbelievable movements in history—and now the most unforgettable new musical ...

  • Tuck Everlasting

    Based on the best-selling, award-winning novel by Natalie Babbitt, the Broadway musical Tuck Everlasting takes you on an incredible journey. When Winnie Foster discovers the magical secret of the Tuck family, she finds her life changed forever. Embark on a unique journey that you’ll never forget when you see this ...

  • Turn Me Loose

    Joe Morton (ABC’s Scandal) stars as Dick Gregory in Turn Me Loose, a limited engagement show about the initial exposure of racial comedy to white audiences.

  • Twelfth Night

    This 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 ...

  • Unchain My Heart

      With music by the inimitable Ray Charles and book by the innovative Suzan-Lori Parks, Unchain My Heart recounts the story of the mega composer and entertainer Ray Charles. Using Charles’ final live recording session as the pivotal point for this production, the musical includes numerous hits such as “Georgia on ...

  • Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

      Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike is a combination of Chekov and Greek mythology via the outrageous comedic mind of playwright Christopher Durang. Life is filled with misery, regret and depression in an oddly defined world comprised of classical references, pop culture and hedonism. It’s a Durang comedy, what ...

  • Verso

    Verso is Helder Guimaraes’ new magic show that is even more intimate and pushes the boundaries of how much you’re willing to believe what you see.

  • Vincent

    Vincent is the story of Vincent van Gogh and his correspondence of over 500 letters with his brother Theo van Gogh. Written and dramatized by Leonard Nimoy, this production stars James Briggs as both of the van Gogh brothers.

  • Violet

    Tony-winning actress Sutton Foster (Thoroughly Modern Millie and Anything Goes) returns to Broadway in the new musical Violet. Based on the Dorris Betts novel The Ugliest Pilgrim, Violet tells the poignant story of a facially disfigured woman who believes that the power of faith can transform her features, making her ...

  • Waiting for Godot

    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 ...

  • War Horse

      The hit London production of War Horse, which won the Olivier, Evening Standard and Critics’ Circle Awards, transferred to Broadway in 2011. Based on the celebrated novel by Michael Morpurgo, this creative production of War Horse is exciting and spectacular.  The story focuses on a young man, Alan, and his ...

  • War Paint

    Patti LuPone and Christina Ebersole star in a brand new musical about Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden, two of America’s very first beauty entrepreneurs who were fiercely in competition with each other!

  • Water by the Spoonful

    Water by the Spoonful, which is written by In the Heights writer Quiara Alegría Hudes, sees its first New York production after winning of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize. Water by the Spoonful is about a Puerto Rican war veteran who served in Iraq and his attempt to adapt to civilian ...

  • When We Were Young and Unafraid

    When We Were Young and Unafraid stars one of America’s greatest stage actresses, Cherry Jones (Agnes). The play, written by Sarah Treem and directed by Pam Mackinnon, focuses on a woman, Agnes, who tried to change things before women had choice and were protected from domestic violence.

  • White Noise

      White Noise, which is called “a cautionary musical,” is a dynamic piece of theatre. The musical follows a big time, chart topping musical producer who creates talent packages that invoke controversy, shock audiences and sell tickets like crazy. The focus of White Noise is on two musical groups that are ...

  • White Rabbit Red Rabbit

    White Rabbit Red Rabbit is a new avant garde show by the Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour. No-one is allowed to talk about it, and Google-ing the play is frowned upon, which is why the content is not known. In addition to that, there’s a new actor every performance that has never seen ...

  • Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    In Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, which is set at a New England college, new professor Nick and his wife Honey have been invited back to George and Martha’s for drinks. George is a history professor who has a deep, dark past with his wife Martha, who is ...

  • Whorl Inside a Loop

    Set in a maximum-security prison Whorl Inside a Loop shines a reflective light on the past lives of those who have been sent away. As the group bonds, secrets are revealed and shared, causing trust to breakdown.

  • Wiesenthal

    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 ...

  • Wolf Hall: Parts 1 & 2

    The plays Wolf Hall: Parts 1 & 2, which are adapted by Mike Poulton from Hilary Mantel’s Man Booker Prize winning and extremely popular novels, offers audiences a thrilling and insightful view of history. We are taken to the colorful, controversial and enigmatic court of the inimitable Henry VIII, a ...

  • Women of Will

    Tina 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 ...

  • Yank! A WWII Love Story

      Yank! A WWII Love Story is a musical unlike any other focusing on romance during the last Great War. It’s the story of a love affair between two American servicemen: Stu and Mitch. At first the two Privates become close friends. But then despite being expressly forbidden, the two men ...

  • You Can’t Take It With You

    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, ...

  • Zelda at the Oasis

    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 ...