Posts in New Play
The Ferryman

A shattering masterwork, Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman has landed at last on this side of the Atlantic. Grab your Broadway ticket now (and then see it again).

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The Children | Hit British Play Makes Broadway Debut

Direct from an acclaimed run in London, the powerful Royal Court Theatre production of Lucy Kirkwood’s astonishing new play is making its American debut on Broadway with the heralded original cast.

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Recommended Off Broadway (adult) Puppet Musical: Made in China

A darkly comedic and fantastical R-rated puppet musical with poignant insights into consumerism, morality, and human rights.

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Watch Young Pups Become Adolescent Wolf Warriors

The Sold-Out Production of Sarah DeLappe's The Wolves Returns For A Limited Run

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Tennis doesn't always have love matches: Don't You F**king Say A Word

BOTTOM LINE: An agile, energized battle of forehands and egos on and off the court.

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This Phantom Business Can Be Pretty Phunny: Phantasmagoria

Just in time for Halloween, this funny and spooky new play is the ticket to scare the pants off you and your date :)

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'Heisenberg' or 'How to Woo Mary-Louise Parker'

A chance encounter, a rush of emotions and suddenly age is no longer a barrier to love.

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An Encounter of the Amazonian Kind

THE ENCOUNTER tells the true story of National Geographic photographer Loren McIntyre lost in a remote area of Brazil in 1969, which leads to a startling encounter that is to change his life. Prepared to get virtually lost in the Amazon rainforest.

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Maestro of modern music

A highly recommended one-man play on the brilliant composer Leonard Berstein.

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Little Stories

BOTTOM LINE: A beautifully dark presentation of six Brothers Grimm tales you’ve probably never heard of.

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Mr. Yunioshi

Mickey Rooney's yellow-face performance in Breakfast at Tiffany's is infamous for its lack of cultural sensitivity. But was there ever a way he could have pulled it off? An Asian actor tries to find out in this one man show. 

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Mother Emanuel

BOTTOM LINE: Mother Emanuel is a moving and powerful piece of documentary theatre, honoring the victims of the shooting at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church through gospel music.

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Hilarity with humility - new play Butler takes a fresh look at a sensitive subject of the Civil War

BOTTOM LINE: A historical comedy in which three slaves during the civil war demand sanctuary at Major General Butler's Union fort.

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Bittersweet family memories abound in Strange Country

BOTTOM LINE: An emotionally riveting drama about family, love, dependence, sobriety, mental illness, and manipulation.

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The Purple Lights of Joppa Illinois

When two teenage girls arrive at Ellis Shook 's doorstep one autumn afternoon, their visit will force him to confront a tragic past while also offering him a glimpse at hope. BOTTOM LINE: Incredibly detailed writing and acting make this new play a must-see.

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Ross & Rachel

Imagine if Ross & Rachel from hit TV show ‪#‎Friends‬ had got married? A bittersweet play explores the what if's.

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Indecent

BOTTOM LINE:  Transportive and deeply moving, this new play with evocative music and direction is a testimony to great theatre. 

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Gorey: The Secret Lives of Edward Gorey

BOTTOM LINE: Three incredible actors portray the late writer/illustrator Edward Gorey throughout his life, based on his journals, interviews, and letters. A multifaceted performance, excellently executed.

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Tony Award nominees

6 of the plays we have recommended to you in 2016 have been nominated for Tony Awards including Best Play and Best Musical. Four of these are still running and tickets are available. See the list here and grab your tickets today!

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Eclipsed

BOTTOM LINE: A blistering drama about the final months of the Liberian War deservedly transfers to Broadway from the Public Theater in this high wattage production.

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