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121 Christopher Street, New York, NY 10014

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121 Christopher Street, New York, NY 10014

Upcoming Highlights

  • All the Ways to Say I Love You

    Opens Sep 06

  • Ride The Cyclone

    Opens Nov 09

  • Yen

    Opens Feb 02, 2017

  • The End of Longing

    Opens May 18, 2017

All the Ways to Say I Love You

September 6-October 9, 2016

Neil LaBute returns with his 10th work for MCC. All the Ways to Say I Love You is a thoughtful new solo play centered around English teacher Faye Johnson (Tony winner Judith Light). She's been happily married for years, but as she recounts the story of her life to a past pupil, she uncovers some surprising truths about herself.

Ride The Cyclone

November 9-December 18, 2016

Get ready for this wildly quirky new musical from Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell. Telling the story of a Canadian high school choir and their fatal ride upon the formidable Cyclone rollercoaster. Wickedly smart and unexpectedly hilarious, this charming meditation on life and enjoying the ride is guaranteed to make you chuckle as it exposes hidden truths to the sound of a fresh and inventive score!

Yen

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February 2-March 12, 2017

British playwright Anna Jordan brings her 2013 Bruntwood Prize-winning play to the MCC Theater next spring, exploring the themes of lost childhood and the affect it has on adulthood. Premiering in Manchester UK to rave reviews for 'beautiful empathy, and a humanity which stood out to all the judges' as described by the award judges, it has also been shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. This new production marks its USA premiere.

The End of Longing

May 18-June 24, 2017

Matthew Perry, best known for his stint as a loveable neurotic in a small sitcom called Friends, brings his first play to New York after 2016's London debut. A dark comedy about four broken souls who set out to shatter their demons once and for all, expect Perry's trademark wit to shine through in this bittersweet story of yearning and attempted recovery, directed by Lindsay Posner.

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