Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones and Bobby Cannavale star in this world premiere!
Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones and Bobby Cannavale star in the world premiere of The Lifespan Of A Fact. Coming to Studio 54 this fall, The Lifespan Of A Fact treads the blurred lines on what is considered...
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Glenn Close returns to the stage in this brand new play!
The inimitable talent that is Glenn Close returns to the stage for the World Premiere of this brand new play from fellow Emmy Award-winner Jane Anderson, exploring the life of the mother of history's most...
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Elaine May, Lucas Hedges and Michael Cera star in Kenneth Lonergan's The Waverly Gallery.
A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize back in 2001, Kenneth Lonergan's The Waverly Gallery is receiving its Broadway debut this fall. Hosting a plethora of stars, such as Elaine May, Lucas Hedges and Michael...
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Jez Butterworth's Olivier Award Winning play heads to Broadway!
After storming the West End, Jezz Butterworth's The Ferryman is heading to the bright lights of Broadway! Set in 1980s Ireland, The Ferryman has set London alight with its thrilling plot and incredible...
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Harper Lee's masterpiece comes to Broadway starring Jeff Daniels!
Harper Lee's iconic novel comes to the Broadway stage for the first time ever, in a brand new adaptation by Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin (The Social Network). One of American literature's greatest works,...
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Bob Dylan meets theatre in this fascinating new musical
The Public Theatre plays host to the much anticipated New York premiere of this Olivier award-winning theatrical delight from Connor McPherson that weaves the song of Bob Dylan into the story of a small...
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The hit London play continues its hot Broadway run!
Tony Award Winner
Packed full of misplaced props, shaky acting and even shakier sets, The Play That Goes Wrong is the best worst play since Noises Off! Following the countless mishaps that befall an amateur stage production,...
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Starring Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale and Jeremy Jordan!
Scandal's Kerry Washington and Broadway fave Steven Pasquale lead Christopher Demos-Brown's taut one-act play. The pair star as an interracial couple Kendra and Scott whose son has been reported missing....
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Michael Urie returns to Torch Song for its Broadway transfer!
After a critically acclaimed run off-Broadway last year, Harvey Fierstein's epic Torch Song is receiving its Broadway transfer this coming fall. Stars of the show, Michael Urie and Mercedes Ruehl, are...
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A must-see for Hufflepuff students!
All hail the Hufflepuffs! Following its popular engagement at New York's Peoples Improv Theater, Puffs brings a slice of the Harry Potter magic to the Big Apple. Celebrating the least-featured Hogwarts...
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A sexy, compelling thriller with plenty of laughs!
Perfect Crime goes well beyond traditional mystery play. It is a sexy, compelling thriller, with well-timed surprises and laughs that relieve a growing dramatic tension. The main character is a Harvard-educated...
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Stockard Channing reprises her critically acclaimed role.
After a critically acclaimed in London last summer, Alexi Kaye Campbell's Apologia is heading stateside this fall. Leading the cast, and reprising her starring role, will be Tonny and Emmy Award Winner,...
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The story of the 1914 Christmas Day truce.
Written and directed by Peter Rothstein, All is Calm tells the story of the Christmas Day truce of 1914, when soldiers from both sides left their trenches and met in No Man's Land, exchanging stories,...
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A brand new bioplay about Feminist icon Gloria Steinem
At the forefront of the feminist movement since the 60s, best-selling author and political activist Gloria Steinem has spent the decades campaigning and advocating gender, social and racial equality, non-violent...
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A claustrophobic suspense thriller made famous by Alfred Hitchock
...the Galway company has tackled the equivalent of a theatrical Mount Everest, and they have done it with a kind of reverence paid to a master of twentieth-century's drama but also with the intention to capture faithfully his indelible style.