Dubbed “The villain of Broadway” by Playbill, Tony Award® Nominee and Grammy Award® winner Patrick Page has never shied away from exploring his dark side. Now, with this tour de force show, he turns his attention to the twisted motivation and hidden humanity at the heart of Shakespeare’s greatest villains.

Emergence: Things Are Not As They Seem is a deeply original performance of music, spoken word, and psychedelia, led by artist Patrick Olson. He is backed by musicians, singers, dancers, and large-scale immersive video imagery.
Following a sold-out run in Los Angeles, Emergence makes its New York theatrical premiere for 13 weeks only.

Winner of the 2022 Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best New Off-Broadway Play, Joshua Harmon’s Prayer for the French Republic bursts onto Broadway after MTC’s highly acclaimed extended, sold-out Off-Broadway run.

A singularly haunting and heart-racing coming-of-age tale that will keep you guessing until its final twisting moments, Jonah is about the true cost of survival, and the lengths some will travel to feel just a little less alone in the world.

John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award®-winning Best Play returns to Broadway for the first time in nearly two decades. “An inspired study in moral uncertainty” (The New York Times), this modern classic stars Tony Award winner Liev Schreiber and Tony Nominee Amy Ryan in a staggering new Roundabout production directed by Scott Ellis.

Kelli O’Hara and Brian d’Arcy James star in a searing new musical about a couple falling in love in 1950s New York and struggling against themselves to build their family.

My Window premiered in 2022 at New World Stages and looks back on Etheridge’s life, from her childhood in Kansas through the most momentous events in her life and career. Her iconic songs, including “Come to My Window” and “I’m the Only One,” are also featured. Returns to Broadway this fall for a limited run.

The world premiere of The Refuge Plays by Nathan Alan Davis will begin previews at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre in September for a limited engagement.

A new musical based on the early life of director and choreographer Graciela Daniele, featuring a score by Michael John LaChuisa.

Based on the award-winning HBO documentary, How to Dance in Ohio is a heart-filled new musical exploring the need to connect and the courage it takes to step out into the world.

The world premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s final musical, Here We Are, is at The Shed for 15 weeks only

Danny DeVito returns to Roundabout Theatre Company in I Need That, starring alongside his daughter, Lucy DeVito, and Ray Anthony Thomas in a deeply human new comedy from playwright Theresa Rebeck and director Moritz von Stuelpnagel, the team behind Bernhardt/Hamlet.

 

Spamalot, the musical comedy lovingly ripped off from the film classic, Monty Python and The Holy Grail, returns to Broadway for the first time ever, following a record-breaking sold-out run at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

An Orthodox Jew turns the antisemitism of his online critics into material for his monologues in his memoirist show about his time meeting White Nationalists in Queens, New York.

The uproariously funny Gutenberg! The Musical! reunites Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells back on Broadway, 11 years after audiences first fell in love with them in their breakout Tony-nominated roles in The Book of Mormon. Alex Timbers, the Tony-winning director of shows like Moulin Rouge!, Beetlejuice, and Oh, Hello On Broadway, will direct this beloved duo in the Broadway premiere of this cult classic musical.

Tony & Grammy Award winner and Emmy & Academy Award nominee Leslie Odom, Jr. returns to Broadway for the first time since his powerhouse performance as Aaron Burr in Hamilton. Under the direction of Tony-winning director and producer Kenny Leon (Topdog/Underdog, Fences, A Raisin in the Sun), Odom, Jr. stars in the first-ever revival of Purlie Victorious: A NON-CONFEDERATE ROMP THROUGH THE COTTON PATCH. Written by and originally starring the legendary Ossie Davis, this “marvelously exhilarating” (The New York Times) hit comedy “filled with laughter” (The Wall Street Journal) begins this September.

Direct from its sold-out run at BAM, Anne Kauffman’s production comes to Broadway for a strictly limited engagement of 10 weeks beginning April 25.

Isaac (Scenes From a Marriage, Hamlet, Star Wars) makes his Broadway debut alongside Rachel Brosnahan (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Dead for a Dollar, Othello) in Lorraine Hansberry’s (A Raisin in the Sun) sweeping drama of identity, idealism, and love.

Based on the unbelievable true story, Harmony tells the tale of the most successful entertainers you’ve never heard of… until now.

Harmony features an original score by the legendary Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award winner Barry Manilow, with lyrics and
book by Drama Desk Award winner Bruce Sussman and “feels like a mega-watt Broadway musical.” (Variety)

The sold-out, critically acclaimed West End hit comes to Broadway this summer.

 

“Ian Shaw gives one of the most exhilarating theatrical performances of the Year” ( 5 stars, Evening Standard ), “Sensational Fun” ( 5 stars, Sunday Express ), “Do Not Miss” ( 5 stars, Sunday Mirror ), and “Absolutely spellbinding” ( 4 stars, Daily Mail).

The Cottage is a hilarious new play written by Sandy Rustin and directed by Jason Alexander.

“King” LeBron James was just the hero that Cleveland needed. One of the greatest NBA players to ever hit the court, his influence on the whole city loomed large for the dozen years of his reign.

This timeless, joyous, and incredibly entertaining musical will move people of all ages and backgrounds. Featuring an original score, as well as classics created by legends such as Little Richard, Chuck Berry, LaVern Baker, Buddy Holly, Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Screamin’ Jay Hawkins.

Fat Ham, the deliciously funny, Pulitzer Prize-winning new play, comes to Broadway following a critically acclaimed, sold-
out run at The Public Theater. Playwright James Ijames and Director Saheem Ali reinvent Shakespeare’s masterpiece, creating what The New York Times calls “a hilarious yet profound tragedy smothered in comedy.”

Here Lies Love, the immersive disco pop musical based on the rise and fall of Imelda Marcos and the People Power Revolution of the Philippines, with music by Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award winner David Byrne and Grammy Award winner Fatboy Slim, will premiere on Broadway in the Summer of 2023

Jodie Comer, the Emmy and Bafta Award-winning star of TV’s Killing Eve as well as Free Guy and The Last Duel, makes her Broadway debut in the American premiere of Suzie Miller’s award-winning play, Prima Facie which takes us to the heart of where emotion and experience collide with the rules of the game. Justin Martin directs this solo actor tour de force.

 

Best buds George and Harold have been creating comics for years, but now that they’re in 5th grade, they figure it’s time to level up and write a musical based on their favorite character, Dog Man, the crime-biting sensation who is part dog, part man, and ALL HERO!! How hard could it be?

Two-time Tony Award® winner Laurie Metcalf (A Doll’s House, Part 2) stars in this first-of-its-kind Broadway experience, alongside Emmy® Award winner Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black) and Emmy nominee Paul Sparks (House of Cards). With direction by two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello (The Humans, Wicked), and written by Levi Holloway, Grey House is a “savvy, smart new play—that just happens to be legitimately terrifying” (Chicago Tribune).

 

The acclaimed, sold-out production of Parade starring Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award® Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond is moving to Broadway in the can’t-miss event of the year.

The New York Times hails it as a Critic’s Pick and “the best-sung musical in many a New York season. It recalls an era of big casts, big stories, and big talent – a time when musicals actually felt like events.”

Direct from London Peter Pan Goes Wrong is a highly physical comedy packed with finely-tuned and inspired slapstick, delivered with split-second timing and ambitious daring.

This new play by Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Auburn is a moving, insightful piece about connection, memories, and the small moments that can change the course of our lives. Directed by Tony winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes).

Shucked is the new musical comedy from some of the hottest names on Broadway—and Nashville! Featuring a book by Tony Award® winner Robert Horn (Tootsie), a score by the Grammy® Award-winning songwriting team of Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally, and directed by Tony Award® winner Jack O’Brien (Hairspray), this corn-fed, corn-bred American musical is sure to satisfy your appetite for great musical theater.

Academy Award® winner Jessica Chastain stars in this thrilling reinvention of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. Directed by Tony® nominee Jamie Lloyd, one of the contemporary theater’s most revolutionary auteurs, and adapted by acclaimed playwright Amy Herzog, this new production makes freshly relevant a story that shocked audiences and brought forth a new era of theater.
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Bob Fosse’s DANCIN’ is Fosse’s full-throated, full-bodied celebration of the art form he loved and perfected… and then changed forever. Utterly reimagined for the 21st century by director Wayne Cilento – who starred in the original Broadway production – this DANCIN’ brims with a level of warmth, emotion, and color rarely seen in modern interpretations of Fosse’s influential style, and features some of his most inventive and seldom performed choreography. With New York’s hottest cast performing 120 minutes of wall-to-wall dance, DANCIN’ delivers the quintessential Broadway experience for Fosse fans and first-timers alike. You think you’ve seen dancing, but you’ve never seen DANCIN’ like this!

The show tracks a mother, father, and son who photograph their lives as they journey from Brooklyn to the San Fernando Valley and become an allegory of America’s frustrated, hollow dreams

Based on a popular work of fiction The Life of Pi is the winner of the 2009 Man Booker Prize, selling over fifteen million copies worldwide. Life of Pi is a breathtaking new theatrical adaptation of an epic journey of endurance and hope. The show is the winner of 5 of London’s Olivier Awards in 2021 including Best Play.

Directed by Knud Adams, Eboni Booth’s Primary Trust is a touching and inventive world-premiere play about new beginnings, old friends, and seeing the world for the first time.

The Wanderers marks Katie Holmes’ Roundabout Theatre Company debut. She made her Broadway debut in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons alongside John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, Patrick Wilson and Becky Ann Baker. Most recently she appeared on Broadway in Dead Accounts by Theresa Rebeck, opposite Norbert Leo Butz, Judy Greer, Josh Hamilton and Jayne Houdyshell.

A brand-new musical bringing Broadway legends back together, New York, New York is a glittering love letter to the greatest city in the world. Featuring an exhilarating new score by the incomparable John Kander and Fred Ebb, with additional lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, an original story by David Thompson and Sharon Washington, and visionary direction and choreography by Susan Stroman, New York, New York will whisk you right through the very heart of this city that never sleeps.

Anything can happen on live TV. And one night, it did.
Emmy® Award-winning actor and producer Sean Hayes (Will & Grace) stars as the irrepressible Oscar Levant.

Good Night, Oscar explores the nexus of humor and heartbreak, the ever-dwindling distinction between exploitation and entertainment, and the high cost of baring one’s soul for public consumption. Arriving on Broadway after its smash-hit run at the Goodman Theatre, the Chicago Tribune raves, “Sean Hayes is a revelation. Hayes will be the talk of New York and so will this show.”

Six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald–“the undisputed queen of live theater” (Variety)–stars in the riveting and surprising Ohio State Murders. In a tour-de-force performance directed by Tony Award winner Kenny Leon (A Soldiers Play),

Award-winning comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia returns to Broadway this fall with a tale of life, death, and a highly chlorinated YMCA pool.

From acclaimed writer Jeff Augustin (The New Englanders at MTC, “The Morning Show”) comes a timely story of a son’s quest to connect with his father. Lyrical story-telling and live folk songs from The Bengsons weave a tale of searching and longing, family and legacy.

Warhol. Basquiat. Electric, eccentric, polar opposites… together, for the first time in the most unlikely partnership the art world has ever seen. Paul Bettany (The Avengers, “WandaVision,” “A Very British Scandal”) and Jeremy Pope (Choir Boy, Ain’t Too Proud, “Hollywood”) star in the thrilling American premiere of the London sensation.

By turns hilarious and heartbreaking, Walking with Ghosts is a delightful portrait of the people and landscapes that ultimately shape our destinies. A Landmark production, it comes to Broadway direct from highly acclaimed runs in London’s West End; Edinburgh, Scotland; and Dublin, Ireland.

From Andrew Lloyd Webber comes “a big, colorful, fun fairy-tale rewrite” (The New York Times), featuring an original story and book by Oscar®-winning writer EMERALD FENNELL (Promising Young Woman, “Killing Eve”) and lyrics by Tony Award® winner DAVID ZIPPEL (City of Angels). The Telegraph calls it “a magical musical with a progressive message, brilliantly witty lyrics, and exuberant numbers—one of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s best.” Directed by LAURENCE CONNOR (Les Misérables, School of Rock) with choreography by JOANN M. HUNTER (School of Rock, Disaster!).

Some Like It Hot brings one of Hollywood’s greatest comedies to new life on the Broadway stage. Don’t miss your chance to join this fast-paced, sassy, brassy cross-country romp, as two best friends run for their lives – and find true love where they least expect it.

Suzan-Lori Parks’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play returns to Broadway. Topdog/Underdog, a darkly comic fable of brotherly love and family identity.

Direct from its smash-hit run at The Public Theater, Ain’t No Mo’ dares to ask the incendiary question, “What if the U.S. government offered Black Americans one-way plane tickets to Africa?” The answer is the high-octane new comedy from the mischievous mind of playwright Jordan E. Cooper and director Stevie Walker-Webb, both making their Broadway debut.

An original musical about the culture-shaking, pulse-pounding, star-making world of KPOP.
Featuring a cast of K-pop and musical theater stars, including Luna — a founding member of (f)x — KPOP is a multimedia experience that explores the relentless discipline, raw talent, and commercial ambition behind the international sensation.

TOM STOPPARD returns to Broadway with his critically acclaimed, Olivier Award-winning new play, the humane and heartbreaking ‘LEOPOLDSTADT.’

Stranger Sings! The Parody Musical is a hilarious ‘Upside Down’ take on the hit Netflix series – and all its campy 1980s glory.
Take a trip back to Hawkins, Indiana: 1983… when times were simpler, hair was bigger, and unsupervised children were getting snatched by inter-dimensional creatures.

Lincoln Center Theater will bring the world of Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot to vibrant life once again with a new version of the classic tale, reimagined for the 21st century. Featuring a book by Academy and Emmy Award-winning writer Aaron Sorkin, based on the original book by Alan Jay Lerner, and direction by Bartlett Sher, who also directed LCT’s highly acclaimed productions of South Pacific, The King & I, and My Fair Lady.

August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterwork The Piano Lesson returns to Broadway in the event of the season, starring Academy Award® winner Samuel L. Jackson, Screen Actors Guild Award® nominee John David Washington, and Tony® and Emmy® nominee Danielle Brooks, directed by Tony nominee LaTanya Richardson Jackson.

17 Weeks Only!

Winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize, Martyna Majok‘s powerhouse play receives its Broadway premiere after a celebrated run at MTC’s Stage I. Hailed by The New York Times as “gripping, immensely haunting and exquisitely attuned,”

Following an award-winning run in London, this critically acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman comes to Broadway this September 19 for 17 weeks only. Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke reprise their roles as Willy and Linda Loman, joined by Khris Davis (Biff), McKinley Belcher III (Happy) and Tony® winner André De Shields (Ben), in a vibrant production told – for the first time on Broadway – from the perspective of an African-American family living in 1940s Brooklyn.

The year is 1973 and it’s all happening. Led Zeppelin is king, Richard Nixon is President, and idealistic 15-year-old William Miller is an aspiring music journalist. When Rolling Stone magazine hires him to go on the road with an up-and-coming band, William is thrust into the rock-and-roll circus, where his love of music, his longing for friendship, and his integrity as a writer collide. Almost Famous is about a young man finding his place in the world and the indelible characters he meets along the way. It’s a celebration of community, family, fandom, and the power of music.

A Baker and his wife, Cinderella, Jack, Little Red Riding Hood, and even the Witch all wish for something, but they must learn the responsibility that comes with getting what you want in the Tony Award-winning musical Into the Woods returns to Broadway for a limited run.

An uproarious Broadway debut by playwright Selina Fillinger, directed by five-time Tony Award® winner Susan Stroman, POTUS is a riotous comedy about the women in charge of the man in charge of the free world.

Macbeth, starring Daniel Craig (No Time to Die, A Steady Rain) makes his much-anticipated return to Broadway alongside Ruth Negga (Passing, Hamlet), making her Broadway debut, in this world premiere production of Shakespeare’s heart-racing drama MACBETH, directed by Tony Award® winner SAM GOLD (Hamlet, Othello, Fun Home).

Michael R. Jackson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning, blisteringly funny masterwork exposes the heart and soul of a young artist grappling with desires, identity, and instincts he both loves and loathes. Bold and heartfelt in its truth-telling, A Strange Loop is the big, Black, and queer-ass Great American Musical for all.

Written by Billy Crystal, Lowell Ganz & Babaloo Mandel, based on an original concept by Billy Crystal, Mr. Saturday Night features music by three-time Tony winner Jason Robert Brown, lyrics by Tony Award® nominee Amanda Green, choreography by Ellenore Scott (r), and direction by Tony Award winner John Rando. This brand-new musical comedy about one comedian’s meteoric rise to the middle arrives on Broadway this spring.

The musical comedy is back on Broadway for the first time ever- and the audiences are the luckiest people in the world.

Based on the novel by New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult and her daughter Samantha Van Leer, Between the Lines, is an empowering and enchanting new musical for anyone who has ever sought to find their place in the world.

Thornton Wilder’s 1942 Pulitzer Prize-winning play returns to Broadway. It is mayhem, sometimes absurd and funny and sometimes deeply moving, but always real.

The Kite Runner is a new play with music based on Khaled Hosseini’s best-selling novel. Coming to Broadway this summer for a limited run.

Fairycakes features An all-star cast of theatrical favorites as they comes together in this uproarious clash of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and old world fairy tales from five-time Tony® nominee Douglas Carter Beane (CINDERELLA, XANADU, THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED).

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Follow an experienced Black stage actress through rehearsals of a major Broadway production in Alice Childress’s wry and moving look at racism, identity, and ego in the world of New York theatre.  At the forefront of both the Civil Rights and feminist movements, the prescient Trouble in Mind opened to acclaim off-Broadway in 1955, and was announced to move to Broadway in 1957…in a production that never came to be.

Bruce Springsteen returns to Broadway with his acclaimed intimate concert and performance.

Tony Award winner and five-time Emmy Award nominee Phylicia Rashad will return to Broadway this winter in Manhattan Theatre Club’s Broadway premiere of Skeleton Crew, written by Tony Award nominee Dominique Morisseau and directed by Tony Award winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson.

The FBI transcript of her interrogation is the heart of IS THIS A ROOM, conceived as a play and directed by Obie Award-winner Tina Satter, in which an extraordinary human drama unfolds between the complex and witty Reality, and the agents who question her.

Coming to Broadway from the Vineyard Theatre.

The New York Times Critic’s Pick:
“BRILLIANT! ONE OF THE RICHEST, MOST COMPLETE WORKS OF THEATER TO COME ALONG IN MANY SEASONS. DEIRDRE O’CONNELL IS MARVELOUS.

Lucas Hnath’s “Dana H.” is a one-woman drama that explodes expectations at every turn. By its end, you realize that its singular power could be achieved only in real time, on a stage, with a live audience as its witness.” – Ben Brantley, The New York Times

“Lucas Hnath’s DANA H. is the real thing.”
“Waters, Hnath and O’Connell have made something intensely theatrical that reaches devastating emotional heights.” – Helen Shaw, New York Magazine

“O’Connell is simply astonishing.”
– Adam Feldman, Time Out New York

“Heart-Pounding. 75 Gripping Minutes.”
– Zachary Stewart, Theatermania

 

A stirring new play from Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage arrives on Broadway.  Clyde’s is a truck stop and sandwich shop with previously incarcerated kitchen staff. They are being offered restitution. The shop’s heartless owner works to keep them down, but the staff finds a mission and purpose in a dream shared by their chef to create the perfect sandwich. You will not want to miss this meaningful, whimsical, and compelling show.

Douglas Lyons’ new family comedy makes its Broadway premiere.  Chicken & Biscuits is a raucous family comedy by Douglas Lyons full of laughter and love starring Norm Lewis and Michael Urie.

Tony Award winner® Blair Brown (Copenhagen, “Orange Is the New Black”), Four-time Emmy Award® winner Edie Falco (“The Sopranos,” Frankie and Johnny…), and Tony nominee Marin Ireland (Reasons to Be Pretty) form a powerhouse trio of stars in this deeply felt, gorgeously imagined new play by Tony winner Simon Stephens (Heisenberg, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time).

Tony Award winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson returns to MTC for the Broadway debut of his brilliant solo play celebrating the strong, big-hearted woman who raised him: Miss Rachel.

 

Pass Over draws inspiration from Waiting for Godot and the Exodus story and is placed on a city street corner. Moses and Kitch are the stars as they stand around talking shit, passing the time and hoping that maybe today will be different. As they dream of their promised land, a stranger wanders into their space and disrupts their plans.

A powerful theatrical testament by Keenan Scott II, Thoughts of a Colored Man weaves spoken word, slam poetry and rhythm into a mosaic of the inner lives of Black Men, and heralds the arrival of an essential new voice to the American Theater.

An accidental society held the promise of what America could be. Paradise Square is a bold new musical that brings to life a remarkable yet virtually unknown moment in American history.

Manhattan Theatre Club presents Richard Greenberg’s bitingly witty new play.

The world premiere of a new American play, written by William Francis Hoffman, starring Emmy Award® winner Joe Pantoliano (“The Sopranos”) and directed by Academy Award® winner Bobby Moresco (Crash, Million Dollar Baby).

Previews Begin October 25, 2021

A new musical based on the award-winning short film of the same name.
Trevor is about a 13-year-old force of nature with a vivid imagination. As he deals with
becoming a teenager, Trevor struggles to navigate his own identity and determine how he fits in a challenging world.

We’re Gonna Die is a non-musical/non-play/non-concert that is not about dying. It’s a celebration of the things we do, say, and sing to keep ourselves going as we hurtle toward the finish line.

Last Summer at Bluefish Cove

Last Summer at Bluefish Cove features Broadway’s first all-female creative team and cast.  Directed by two-time Tony winner Cynthia Nixon. Coming in 2020

5,000 years old civilization reborn with a brand-new production we’re excited to share with you Shen Yun 2020 is coming to the following locations:
-PAC at Purchase College, NY, (Dec. 20-22)
Prices: $90-$162
-The Palace Theater, CT, (Dec. 25-27)
Prices: $72-$148.50
-Lincoln Center
, New York, (March 4-29)
Prices: $72-$270
-NJPAC, New Jersey, (April 23-29)
Prices: $72-$162.

– Contact All Tickets for details

Tracy Letts’ powerful and resonant portrayal of democracy in action.  A Pulitzer-finalist drama.

From the devilishly inspired mind of Martin McDonagh- Academy Award® -winning writer of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – comes Hangman a killer comedy.

TO REGAIN HER SIGHT, WHAT WILL SHE HAVE TO LOSE?

Playwright Dep Kirkland stars in the New York premiere of his new drama.

Signature Theatre Company presents Anna Deavere Smith’s landmark play. Staring Boys in the Band Michael Benjamin Washington.

Second Stage presents this world premiere play from Pulitzer Prize finalist Will Eno.

Classic Stage Company presents the revival of Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s musical drama.

Mrs. Doubtfire is a musical now, dearie! Based upon the beloved 1993 Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture. A hysterical and heartfelt story about holding onto your love ones against all odds, Mrs. Doubtfire is the musical comedy we need right now-one that proves we’re better together.

Harvey Fierstein stars in his new raucous, heart-rending and absurdly humorous solo show.

When charismatic songwriter Harry falls for clever chorus girl Louise, all of Manhattan glitters with the blush of new love. But what happens when the sparkling fantasy begins to dissolve?

This premiere from Juilliard playwright Hilary Bettis (“The Americans”) follows a splintered family over 10 years of strength, struggle and love, as they face the profoundly personal drama of immigration.