The new musical Anastasia, fresh off an acclaimed run at Hartford Stage under the helm of Darko Tresnjak, will open on Broadway next spring.
The Public Theater
This season, the Mobile Unit celebrates 60 years of igniting dialogue and fostering new connections with a vibrant new production of the gender-bending, heart-mending comedy, Twelfth Night.
John Guare’s critically acclaimed play Six Degrees of Separation will return to Broadway this spring in a revival starring seven-time Emmy Award winner Allison Janney.
Vanessa’s life is science. Fact based, evidence led, no nonsense, no monsters. But when a photograph surfaces showing something in Loch Ness, she must embark on a very personal research project. An extinct fish, a missing father, and breath-taking live electronic sound from multi award-winning company Bucket Club create a “magical, melancholy world” (The List).
York Theatre Company
Marry Harry is a romantic comedy set in New York’s East Village, about two adults on the verge of thirty who need help in cutting the parental ties that hold a little too tightly.
Suzan-Lori Parks’ Obie Award-winning play gives vibrant life to the story of Baartman’s journey to London, her rise to fame as the “Hottentot Venus,” and her eventual relationship with a French scientist.
Mark Taper Forum
Archduke is the astonishing new play from Pulitzer Prize finalist and Obie Award winner Rajiv Joseph, one of the most exciting playwrights of our time.
Written in 1938 and rediscovered in the late 1990’s when it was revived in London and on Broadway, Not About Nightingales shows signs of the genius Williams would later prove to be.
Provocative director Liesl Tommy brings Broadway savvy, storytelling flair and a revolutionary sensibility to “The Scottish Play,” Shakespeare’s exploration of murderous ambition, fiendish equivocation and a love of terrifying intimacy.
Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
Directed and choreographed by two-time Tony Award winner Andy Blankenbuehler, starring two-time Tony Award nominee Laura Osnes, Corey Cott and Beth Leavel, Bandstand is a celebration of perseverance and the courage to sing truth to power.
Abrons Arts Center
Target Margin Theater
Part Greek tragedy, part family play, part history play, Mourning Becomes Electra (O’Neill’s 1931 adaptation of Aeschylus “The Oresteia”) mashes myth, Freudian psychology and melodrama into an epic six hour production.
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater
In Seven Spots On The Sun, a Latin-American village has been without its doctor for 18 months. A recluse, he has refused to look at any patients since the army took his wife away during the country’s civil war. Yet, when a mysterious plague ravages the countryside, he discovers he has the miraculous power to heal with the touch of his hand.
Following his stunning worldwide success with The Suit, which played to standing ovations and sold-out houses at A.C.T. in 2014, legendary director Peter Brook is back.
This latest play from Dominique Morisseau’s widely acclaimed cycle of plays about Detroit once again proves why she’s one of America’s most urgent playwrights.
In Lucas Hnath’s A Doll’s House, Part 2, many years have passed since Nora’s exit. Now, there’s a knock on that same door. Nora has returned. But why? And what will it mean for those she left behind?
Dan O’Brien’s memoir is a highly poetic, spare, theatrical journey. Two virtuoso actors embody the whole family in an exploration of the deep need we all have to reconcile the family we want with the one we have.
A Red Orchid Theatre
Inspired by 70’S sitcoms and the political incorrectness of “jiggle television,” 3C is a hilarious and horrifying look at identity and what lies beneath the perky veneer.
Following the success of Death of a Salesman (2012) and All My Sons (2015), the Alley returns to one of America’s greatest playwrights with a new production of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge.
Mary Jane is Pulitzer Prize finalist Amy Herzog’s remarkably powerful and compassionate portrait of a contemporary American woman striving for grace.
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
Damascus, Syria: 2014. Four friends gather to watch their favorite soap opera on TV — but are all the unspoken passions on the screen? Is anything really what it seems to be? Odyssey Theatre Ensemble presents a politically charged and emotionally urgent new play by acclaimed Chilean playwright Guillermo Calderón.
Objects in the Mirror