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- Birthday Candles
Birthday Candles is a poignant new play by Noah Haidle. Starring Debra Messing as a woman going through her birthdays, agonizing about her significance.
- Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group features three characters who resemble men in various ways except that they are blue. They are also bald, look sort of plastic and are dressed entirely in black. They take the stage to perform an array of musical, comic and magic bits, which are seemingly unrelated except by the fact that one moment builds upon the other to create an evening of total entertainment. These enigmatic presences ...
- Chicken & Biscuits
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.
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 ...
- Dana H.
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.” ...
- Drunk Shakespeare
Shakespeare as done by a company of professional drinkers. Now a New York Times Critic’s Pick! Time Out calls it “A live action Drunk History!” One classically-trained actor has at least 5 shots of whiskey then attempts to perform in a Shakespearean play.
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). 14 Weeks Only!
- Gazillion Bubble Show
This show will simply amaze your entire family. There’s no plot here but there is spectacle, science and imaginative creativity. Developed by Fan and Ana Yang, who are also husband and wife, this show utilizes special lighting effects, lasers and magnificent bubble artistry. This is a magical evening in the theatre that is totally kid friendly.
- Glengarry Glen Ross
Glengarry Glen Ross is David Mamet’s masterful story of a cutthroat real estate office in Chicago. This version will be an all-female version of the play directed by Amy Morton.
- 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.
- How I Learned To Drive
Reuniting Tony Award winner Mary-Louise Parker (Proof) and Tony nominee David Morse (The Iceman Cometh) for the Broadway debut of Paula Vogel’s Pulitzer-winning play. A thrilling, timely, and moving memory play about a woman coming to terms with a charismatic uncle who impacts her past, present and future life.
- Is This A Room
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.
- Lackawanna Blues
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.
- Morning Sun
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).
- Pass Over
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.
Sistas is an epic tale of Black women in America told through the songs of artists such as Ma Rainey, Billie Holiday, Lena Horn, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott and Beyoncé. Offering stories that focus on the struggles, triumphs and passions of such women, this moving narrative starts with the days of Jim Crow and takes us to the present.
- Skeleton Crew
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.
- Take Me Out
Take Me Out is Richard Greenberg’s groundbreaking play and is returning to Broadway!
- That Physics Show
In this spectacular show, David Maiullo brings the world of physics on stage and demonstrates how his “magic” controls the world we live in.
- The Lehman Trilogy
The acclaimed play “The Lehman Trilogy,” chronicles the rise and spectacular collapse of what was once one of the country’s largest investment banks. “Behold them with wonder, humble theatergoer, for they are multitudes.” – Ben Brantley
- The Minutes
Tracy Letts’ powerful and resonant portrayal of democracy in action. A Pulitzer-finalist drama.
- The Play That Goes Wrong
Returning: October 15, 2021 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.
- Trouble in Mind
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.