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  • The Height of the Storm

    Until Nov 24, 2019

  • My Name Is Lucy Barton

    Jan 6 - Mar 1, 2020

  • How I Learned To Drive

    Mar 27 - Jun 7, 2020

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The Height of the Storm

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Until November 24, 2019

After a critically acclaimed West End run at London's Wyndham's Theatre in 2018, Florian Zeller's deeply moving portrait of disintegration, love and loss transfers to Broadway as part of the Manhattan Theatre Club's 2019/20 season. Following his succession of thought-provoking dramas and black comedies The Truth, The Lie and The Father, the celebrated French playwright returns to familiar territory in this latest emotional heavy-hitter, tenderly exploring a marriage on the edge of Alzheimer-induced oblivion.

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My Name Is Lucy Barton

January 6 - March 1, 2020

After two sell-out runs in London, Rona Munro's adaptation of Elizabeth Strout's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, My Name is Lucy Barton, heads to Broadway! Four-time Tony nominee Laura Linney returns to the production to reprise her critically acclaimed turn as the titular character. Richard Eyre returns to direct the one-woman play which also features design by Bob Crowley.

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How I Learned To Drive

March 27 - June 7, 2020

25 years since its off-Broadway debut Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning play How I Learned To Drive heads to Broadway this March. Featuring original stars of the show, Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse, How I Learned To Drive is a heart-wrenching drama about the everlasting effects of sexual abuse.

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