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  • Oklahoma!

    Until Jan 19, 2020

  • American Buffalo

    Dates Uncertain

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Oklahoma!

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Until January 19, 2020

Beautiful mornings beckon once more for Bard SummerStage's highly acclaimed interpretation of Roger's and Hammerstein's quintessential American musical, Oklahoma! Following sold-out engagements at St. Ann's Warehouse, this production configured for today's America will enjoy a Broadway bow in spring 2019, marking the show's first main stem return since 2002. Although recognizable as the beloved and influential show, director Daniel Fish and team have approached the musical with a fresh vision, examining the darker themes that roil below the surface of the romance and innocence of the original, whilst still retaining the optimism and timelessness of the early American Dream in a confection that zings with vibrancy and topicality more now than ever.

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American Buffalo

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Over four decades since David Mamet's American Buffalo first made its Broadway bow, the masterful mediation on machismo, locker room camaraderie and competitiveness returns to the Great White Way. The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright brings the drama to stage once more in partnership with frequent collaborator Neil Pepe (Speed-The-Plow, Spring Awakening), as well as Emmy Award-winning Hollywood heavyweight Sam Rockwell, Tony Award-winning stage and screen legend Laurence Fishburne and Golden Globe winner Darren Criss.

Circle in the Square Theatre

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1633 Broadway, New York, NY 10019

  • Year opened: 1970
  • Capacity: 623
  • Merchandise booths
  • Disabled access
  • Air conditioning
  • In-house bar

Housed in the mid-Manhatten Paramount Plaza tower alongside its much larger sister venue The Gershwin, Circle was opened in 1970 and is one of only two theatres in New York to have a thrust stage, creating a closer intimacy with the audience on three sides. Designed by architect Alan Sayles, Circle was built on the site of the famous Capitol Movie House, and staged its first production there in 1972.

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