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Children of a Lesser God
The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas
Opens Oct 17
Opens Feb 18, 2016
Opens Feb 29, 2016
Opens Apr 01, 2016
Tony Award-winning director Kenny Leon (A Raisin' in the Sun) will helm this first ever Broadway revival of Mark Medoff's play. Adapted into an Oscar-winning movie in 1986, Children of a Lesser God portrays the often fraught relationship which develops between a deaf woman and her teacher.
Opens October 17, 2015
Returning to New York in 2015, the legendary true story of one of Texas' most popular bordellos! Immortalized in a movie starring the one and only Dolly Parton, the Whorehouse will re-open it's doors and introduce a whole new audience to the exuberance of Miss Mona Stragley and her fight to keep her important corner of the community open all hours!
Opens February 18, 2016
Revamped after a sell out run in London with Doctor Who star Matt Smith, American Psycho is coming back to it's heartland, this time with an all-American cast! And that's not all, the stylish synth-pop murderous musical will undergo a few new changes, with new songs, a little more psycho, horror and suspense.
February 29-July 17, 2016
With a stellar cast including Tony winner Sophie Okonedo and Ben Whishaw, Arthur Miller's landmark 1953 play mounts a much anticipated return to Broadway in Spring 2016. The story of a small, close-knit Puritan community whose lives are torn asunder by the climate of fear and suspicion that grows within them all as mass hysteria overtakes during a trial for witchcraft. By holding up a mirror to the panicked 1692 community, and bringing the strong moral purists to life, The Crucible allows us to look closer at the atrocities committed in the 1950s during the McCarthy era - transmitting a stark criticism of so-called morality that still resonates into todays world.
Opens April 1, 2016
Set in 1979 New York, Falsettos was a landmark musical when it played Broadway in the 90s for its exploration of the AIDS crisis and the gay family unit. Now, after 23 years, it's returning to Broadway with original director James Lapine once again at the helm.
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