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  • Slave Play

    Until Jan 19, 2020

  • Hangmen

    Feb 28 - Jul 18, 2020

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Slave Play

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Until January 19, 2020

Fears, dreams, and desires intertwine in this explosive new play by Jeremy O. Harris, now transferring to Broadway after a critically acclaimed run at the New York Theatre Workshop last year. Following the lives of six people living on the MacGregor, Plantation Slave Play holds up a magnifying glass to history and in turn explores race, gender, and sexuality in 21st Century America.

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Hangmen

February 28 - July 18, 2020

Martin McDonagh's (In Bruges) genius returns to the Great White Way in 2020 with Hangmen, marking the playwright's seventh production on Broadway. Debuting at London's Royal Court Theatre in 2015 McDonagh's witty and macabre tale of the death of capital punishment in Great Britain transferred into the West End the same year, going onto garner the Olivier award for Best Play.

John Golden Theater

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252 West 45th St, New York, NY 10036

  • Year opened: 1927
  • Capacity: 804
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Originally built as the Theatre Masque in 1927, this venue has also moonlighted as a film set in the films A Chorus Line, as well as providing the backdrop to the shadowy opening scene in the Academy Award-winning All About Eve. One of the smallest of the Broadway theatres, it was acquired from the Chanin brothers in 1937 by theater impresario John Golden who promptly named it after himself. Built in the Moorish style, this theatre is famed for having a good sightline to the stage from all of its 800 seats.

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