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220 West 48th St, New York, NY 10036


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Closed July 2, 2023

Tom Stoppard delivers an unforgettable... play from the heart

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Why See Leopoldstadt?

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Winner of the 2023 Tony for Best New Play

Winner of four Tony Awards, including Best New Play and two Drama Desk awards! Playwright Tom Stoppard's most personal work to date, Leopoldstadt is a look at the titular old Jewish Quarter in 1900s Vienna, after an influx of population after the Emperor, Franz Joseph, permitted the Jewish in his country full civil rights a generation before. Following one family over four generations, it is a deeply poignant and important projection of the Jewish experience in the 20th century. The role of Hermann is now being played by The West Wing's Joshua Malina!

Centering on one family at the heart of the community - their lives loves, passions, and complexities as they contribute to the vibrant society growing around them -  expect typical Stoppardian wit and observation, wordplay, and sweeping drama from this exciting new epic. Directed by Patrick Marber, it is Stoppard's first play that explores his Jewish ancestry and is drawn from their experiences.

His first play since 2015's The Hard Problem, Leopoldstat joins the playwright's 30-something works, alongside Travesties, Arcadia, Rosencrantz, and Guildenstern are Dead, and many more. One of the country's greatest living dramatists, Stoppard is known for creating beautiful, intelligent works that challenge the audience as much as entertain.

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Previews from: 14 September 2022

Opening night: 2 October 2022

Run time

Two hours


You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.

Cast and Creative


Jesse Aaronson as Aaron/ Police 1
Betsy Aidem as Grandma Emilia
Jenna Augen as Wilma/ Rosa
Japhet Balaban as Otto
Corey Brill as Civilian
Daniel Cantor as Kurt, Mohel
Faye Castelow as Gretl
Eden Epstein as Hermine
Gina Ferrall as Poldi
Arty Froushan as Fritz/Leo
Matt Harrington as Zac/Police 2
Joshua Malina as Hermann
Caissie Levy as Eva
Colleen Litchfield as Hanna
Tedra Millan as Nellie
Aaron Neil as Ernst
Seth Numrich as Jacob/Percy
Anthony Rosenthal as Young Nathan
Sara Topham as Jana/Sally
Brandon Uranowitz as Ludwig/Nathan
Reese Bogin and Romy Fay as Young Sally/ Mimi
Cody Braverman and Michael Deaner as Young Leo
Max Ryan Burach, Remy Cohen and Calvin James Davis as Heini
Pearl Scarlett Gold and Ava Michele Hyl as Young Rosa/Bella
Joshua Satine and Aaron Shuf as Young Jacob
Drew Squire as Pauli

Erica Dasher, Charlotte Graham, Jacqueline Jarrold, Sarah Killough, Christopher James Stevens and Dylan S. Wallach


Written by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Patrick Marber
Produced by Sonia Friedman



Best New Play
Best Featured Actor in a Play, Brandon Uranowitz
Best Direction of a Play, Patrick Marber
Best Costume Design of a Play, Brigitte Reiffensutel


Outstanding Play
Outstanding Featured Performance in a Play - Brandon Uranowitz


Best New Play
Best Featured Actor in a Play, Brandon Uranowitz
Best Direction of a Play, Patrick Marber
Best Scenic Design of a Play, Richard Hudson
Best Costume Design of a Play, Brigitte Reiffensutel
Best Lighting Design of a Play, Neil Austin 

Olivier Awards, 2020

Best New Play

What we thought

essential MOVING Powerful

Leopoldstadt is not your normal Stoppard, it's his most accessible, masterful and deeply moving.

Our review of Leopoldstadt's London production

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