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Theatre Row is the name of a group of small but highly prestigious Off-Broadway theatres. They comprise the Beckett, the Acorn, the Clurman, the Kirk, the Lion and the Studio Theatres in one large purpose-built, state of the art new building. Theatre Row today serves as a beacon for the arts and many new shows premiere here first.

Upcoming Highlights

  • John & Jen

    Booking until Apr 04

  • Abundance

    Booking until Mar 28

  • Jule Styne's Hazel Flagg

    Booking until Mar 29

  • George & Ira Gershwin's Pardon My English

    Opens Apr 07

  • Agatha Christie's The Unexpected Guest

    Opens Apr 11

John & Jen

Clurman Theatre

Until April 4, 2015

Twenty years after its Off-Broadway debut, Andrew Lippa's two person musical is back, courtesy of the Keen Company, as part of their 15th anniversary celebratory season. John and Jen follws the story of two siblings,owsand the lengths we go to protect each other. Expect a heartbreaking and wonderfully realised master-class in the power of storytelling.


Beckett Theatre

Until March 28, 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...

Jule Styne's Hazel Flagg

Lion Theatre

Until March 29, 2015

A rousing rendition of the 1953 Broadway musical Hazel Flagg comes to NY's Lion Theatre at Theatre Row, bringing with it all the spark, wit and screwball antics of the original. Based on a the 1937 film 'Nothing Sacred' the Comedy Musical was written by songwriter and composer Jule Styne, a champion of the Golden Age of Broadway whose musicals are much loved and still revived often today.

George & Ira Gershwin's Pardon My English

Lion Theatre

April 7-19, 2015

Sometimes classed as a forgotten show, the Gershwin's 1933 Pardon My English has seldom seen the limelight since it's first 43 performance run at the Majestic Theatre on Broadway the same year. But now Musicals Tonight! who specialise in reviving rare musicals, have chosen it to close their 2014/15 season, in concert at the Lion Theatre.

Agatha Christie's The Unexpected Guest

Clurman Theatre

April 11-May 10, 2015

One of crime master Agatha Christie's most fiendish works comes to the Clurman Theatre this April. The story begins on a foggy night in South Wales, with Michael Starkwedder driving his car off the road and into a ditch. Seeking assistance, he heads to the nearby house of the Warwicks, but his eyes are greeted with a terrible sight as he steps through the door. Richard Warwick lies dead on the floor, and his wife Laura is standing over his body with a smoking gun in hand!

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