Celebrities on Stage
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- A Dolls House
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. 16 Weeks Only!
- David Blane Presents Asi Wind’s Inner Circle An Intimate Magic Experience
Enter Asi Wind’s Inner Circle—the most intimate magic show you have ever experienced.
- Good Night Oscar
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 ...
- Little Shop of Horrors
Based on the 1960 film by Roger Corman and featuring a book by Howard Ashman, music by Alan Menken, and lyrics by Ashman, Little Shop follows meek plant store attendant Seymour, his co-worker crush Audrey, her sadistic dentist of a boyfriend and the man-eating plant that threatens them and the world as we know it.
- Moulin Rouge! The Musical
Returning: September 24, 2021 Moulin Rouge! The Musical is a new stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann’s incredibly popular hit film! This stage musical will combine music from the last century as well as new music released since the film was initially made!
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.”
- Pictures From Home
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
- Summer 1976
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.<br> Directed by Tony winner Daniel Sullivan (Proof, Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes).