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227 West 42nd St, New York, NY 10036

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  • Bernhardt/Hamlet

    Until Nov 11, 2018

  • True West

    Opens Dec 27, 2018

  • All My Sons

    Opens Apr 4, 2019

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Bernhardt/Hamlet

Until November 11, 2018

Roundabout Theatre presents this brand new world premiere from Therese Rebeck (What We're Up Against, NBC's Smash) concerning the career-defining performance of iconoclastic leading lady Sarah Bernhardt as Shakespeare's Danish Prince in 1899. Starring Tony, Golden Globe and Olivier winner Janet McTeer and directed by Mortiz von Steuelpnagel, Bernhardt/Hamlet will focus on the preparation of Bernhardt and company as they set about creating a production for the ages.

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True West

Opens December 27, 2018

Sam Shepard's Pulitzer Prize-Nominated True West is heading to Broadway at the end of 2018, starring Paul Dano and Ethan Hawke, stars of both stage and screen, True West is set to be the hottest ticket on Broadway this season. Revived by Roundabout Theatre Company this rip-roaring classic celebrates Shepard, who sadly passed away last summer, and his ingenious talent.

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All My Sons

Opens April 4, 2019

Golden Globe winner Annette Bening and Tony Winner Tracy Letts star in the Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Arthur Miller's 1940s classic, All My Sons. Directed by Gregory Mosher All My Sons explores the difficulties and secrets that plagued American families after the end of World War II.

American Airlines Theater

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227 West 42nd St, New York, NY 10036

  • Year opened: 1918
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Originally known as the Selwyn Theatre, the American Airlines Theatre is a historic Italian Renaissance-style Broadway theater in New York City. The theater was designed by George Keister and built by the Selwyn brothers in 1918. It was used for musicals and drama productions, and was then converted to host film productions. For a short time, it was used as a visitor's center, and then wasn't used for much of the 1900s, until 1997 when it was restored and renovated.

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