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New York Plays in February 2015

Our selection of the best plays in New York for the month of February 2015

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Circle in the Square : Closes 8th February 2015

In one of the most highly anticipated castings this Broadway season, stage and screen star, and our 2014 Tony Awards host Hugh Jackman returns to The Great White Way! He plays the lead in this new production of Jez Butterworth's acclaimed (albeit disturbing) play, The River. Our nameless and rugged central character has whisked his new lover away to a remote woodland cabin, however as the play evolves we become less sure about his intentions... or of the nature of his relationship with those he entertains at his cabin. More info

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Ethel Barrymore Theater : Closes 26th April 2015

London's National Theatre is proud to present the Broadway debut of its sensational new play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Based on Mark Haddon's best-selling book of the same name, this mesmerising production uses extraordinary lighting, set design and props to tell this unusual and utterly unforgettable story. A powerful story told in a considerate and highly unique way, plays like Curious Incident don't come around very often. More info

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Gerald Schoenfeld Theater : Closes 28th June 2015

After wowing on London's West End, and winning Mirren an Olivier to add to her Academy Award for playing Queen Elizabeth II, she dons the crown once again to bring The Audience to Broadway. Directed by Stephen Daldry and written by Peter Morgan, this luminous play imagines the content of the private weekly meetings between Her Majesty and the Prime Minister of the day, leading to some very interesting observations! More info

John Golden Theater : Closes 22nd February 2015

Three-time Tony winner Glenn Close stars opposite John Lithgow in Edward Albee's family about an upper middle-class couple who struggle to maintain their equilibrium when they open up their home to friends and family in need, including their daughter whose fourth marriage has just ended as well as an alcoholic relative. More info

Bernard B Jacobs Theater : Closes 29th March 2015

Due to phenomenal demand, this starry revival of Terence McNally's comedy extends its run well into 2015. Set on the opening night of a new Broadway show, It's Only a Play is a by turns biting and affectionate send up of the theatrical world. Among the cast is Martin Short, Matthew Broderick and Rupert Grint. More info

Cort Theater : Closes 7th June 2015

Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David is making his acting and playwriting Broadway debut in 2015 with Fish in the Dark. Produced by Scott Rudin (Book of Mormon) and directed by Anna D. Shapiro (August: Osage County), the play centers around a death in the family. More info

St Anns Warehouse : Closes 15th February 2015

After winning rave notices in London, this quietly moving and spooky show comes to Broadway! In the wintry ethereal beauty of Jack Thorne's celebrated adaptation of Let The Right One In, it's not just Oskar's weird new neighbour Eli that is bathed in silver birch twilight. Critically acclaimed across the board, this staging of the cult Swedish novel/film (and adaptation with Chloe Moretzm,) about a boy who finds out his new friend may be more than meets the eye, and much older than 11 years old, is a divine treat for the eyes, ears and soul. More info

Samuel J. Friedman Theatre : Closes 15th March 2015

Jake Gyllenhaal makes his Broadway debut in Nick Payne's intellectual drama, Constellations. The play - which premiered on the West End in 2012 - is an emotional and thoughtful look at one romance as it might exist across multiple parallel universes, and the impact that chance, as well as seemingly trivial things like body language and tone of voice, can have on shaping our entire future. More info

Lyceum Theater : Closes 8th March 2015

Josh Radnor and Hari Dhillon star in this award-winning play by Ayad Akhtar about an affluent Muslim-American couple living in New York City, whose views on race, relationships and identity are left shattered after a dinner party with a co-worker and her husband. The play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2013. More info

Longacre Theater : Closes 22nd February 2015

Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe winner James Earl Jones will return to the stage - the showbiz sphere he started out in over fifty years ago - in this comedic play by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. "You Can't Take It With You" follows two families whose lives are thrown together when their children become engaged. More info

Booth Theater : Closes 15th February 2015

Set in Victorian England, Bradley Cooper stars in this touching and extraordinary drama about the life of John Merrick - a severely disfigured man who is taken in by the circus to form part of their travelling 'freak show.' This new revival of Bernard Pomerance's play, which premiered in 2012, follows Merrick's trials and successes as he fights to live a life with dignity and be seen as a human being, more than just a cruel form of entertainment. More info

Claire Tow Theater

Stay-at-home-mom Jo spent nine years on her fantasy novel. Now, when it's finally finished, she is summoned by some mysteriously shady 'publishers' Andre and Sven to their New York office to discuss her follow up memoir... More info

Mitzi E Newhouse Theater : Closes 26th July 2015

Lincoln Center Theater presents the world premiere of Bathsheba Doran's new play as part of their 2014/2015 season. The Mystery of Love and Sex centers on a pair of childhood friends who become romantically involved, and promises to be yet another intense and complex drama from the young English playwright. It will be directed by Sam Gold (The Realistic Joneses). More info

Beckett Theatre : Closes 28th March 2015

In the latter part of the 19th Century, it was standard practise for women to become 'mail order brides', wherein, women would head out West to join lonely homesteaders in communities that lacked more than just the female touch. Abundance, from Pulitzer Prize winning Beth Henley is look at that life through the eyes of two such brides, Bess and Marcon, for whom life is about to become a very long and twisting adventure... More info

Music Box Theater

Returning to Broadway for it's first revival, Wendy Wasserman's 1988 Pulitzer prize and Tony winning play about the journey of one young women through 20 years of social, political and personal change. With Mad Men's Elizabeth Moss, Orange is The New Black's Jason Biggs and A Gentleman's Guide star Bryce Pinkham leading the cast of this remarkable coming of age story covering the romances and regrets we all pick up in life. More info

St Lukes Theater : Closes 28th February 2015

St Luke's Theatre presents the first of up and coming playwright Christopher B. Latro's three new plays. Absolution is a dark comedy set in the heady world of big money banking. It tells the story of two bankers, Angelo and Ethan, and their struggle for professional dominance in a climate of untamed ambition and greed and their rivalry in the world of romance. More info

Stage 5 New World Stages : Closes 1st March 2015

In 2004, journalist David Holthouse's article Stalking the Bogeyman was published in the Denver Westword paper. In it, Holthouse detailed his meticulous plotting to kill the child molester who had abused him when he was seven. Making its off-Broadway premiere with The New York Rep, Markus Potter's adaptation shapes Holthouse's story into a compelling and twisting thriller. More info

Acorn Theatre : Closes 22nd February 2015

Sometimes referred to as the "Jewish James Bond", holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal devoted his life to tracking down Nazi war criminals, right up until his death in 2005. His fascinating life story forms the basis of Wiesenthal, a one man show written and performed by Tom Dugan, which is coming to New York after playing to great acclaim across the country. More info

13th Street Repertory Theater

Called "hilarious" (Broadway World) and "engaging" (TheaterMania), The Accidental Pervert is a laugh-out-loud play that tells the awkwardly poignant story of a boy's journey into manhood after discovering his dad's video tapes hidden in a bedroom closet. Andrew subsequently develops an addiction that continues until the age of 26, when he meets his wife to be, and finds himself struggling to find the balance between fantasy and reality. More info

Lynn Redgrave Theater

Culture Project will present Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, featuring an adaptation by Thomas Kilroy and starring Trudie Styler. More info

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