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1984 is the new theatrical adaptation by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan of George Orwell’s famous dystopian novel.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series, originally written by J.K. Rowling. In this new Potter-story, Harry is an overworked employee with three kids . His struggles with his youngest son Albus forces them both to confront past and present issues.
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.
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.
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?
- M. Butterfly
M. Butterfly is a new adaptation of Puccini’s opera Madame Butterfly directed by Julie Taymor and starring Clive Owen as a French diplomat in love with Song, a soprano at the Beijing Opera with some terrible secrets.
- 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.
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
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.
- 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 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 Minutes
The Minutes is a new play by Tracy Letts (August: Osage County, Killer Joe) that focuses on a town council meeting that covers many trivial matters and in the process shows the dark underbelly of the town!
- The Play That Goes Wrong
The Play That Goes Wrong is the recent Olivier Award winning play following the Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society that tries to put on a murder mystery which – as the title suggests – goes terribly wrong.
- To Kill A Mockingbird
To Kill A Mockingbird, the novel written by Harper Lee, is coming to Broadway, as an adaptation by Aaron Sorkin. The story of To Kill A Mockingbird follows Atticus Finch, a lawyer in a small town in 1930’s Alabama, whose kids Scout and Jem are hugely affected by Atticus’ decision to defend a black man accused of rape.