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  • Linda Vista

    Until Nov 10, 2019

  • Take Me Out

    Opens Apr 2, 2020

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Linda Vista

Until November 10, 2019

In partnership with the Center Theater Group, Second Stage presents the Steppenwolf Theatre production of Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning playwright Tracey Letts' brutally funny midlife crisis tragicomedy as part of their 2019/20 theater season. Fused with Letts' penchant for creating distinctive, flawed characters, potently witty dialogue and thought provoking psychological dynamics, his creations unravel before the audience's eyes in a whirlwind of episodic scenes that punctuate the trainwreck that is central character Wheeler's life.

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Take Me Out

Opens April 2, 2020

Following a critically acclaimed West End debut, American playwright Richard Greenberg's fascinating look at the pride and prejudice prevalent in professional sports garnered much critical acclaim during its Off-Broadway and subsequent Broadway runs in 2002, going on to win the 2003 Tony for Best Play. Its subject matter more poignant than ever, Take Me Out is lovingly revived as part of Second Stage's 2019/2020 programming. Starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams Take Me Out is set to be a real home run.

Helen Hayes Theater

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240 West 44th St, New York, NY 10036

Second Stage at the Helen Hayes Theatre

In April 2015, the Helen Hayes Theatre was officially bought by Second Stage Theatre, making it one of only four not-for-profit theatres on Broadway and finally giving the acclaimed Off-Broadway company as permanent home in mid-town Manhattan. The last show to run here was the hugely successful rock musical, Rock of Ages, which closed in early 2015. Second Stage will start work on renovations in 2016, with the first shows expected to run in the 2017/18 season.

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