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Between The Lines
2nd Stage Tony Kiser Theater
Musical baced on book by Jodi Picoult & Samantha Van Leer Cast: Arielle Jacobs, Jason Gotay, morgan Siobhan Green, Vicki Lewis, will Burton, Jerusha Cavazos, Pierre Marais, John Rapson, Carrie St. Louis, Julia Murnewy. Book bY Timothy Allen Mcdonald. Music & Lyrics By Elyssa Samsel & Kate Anderson. Choreographed by Lauren Latarro and directed by Jeff Calhoun. From 4/21/20; opening 5/07/20.
Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice
The New Group at the Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street)
Musical based on the Columbia Pictures motion picture directed by Paul Mazursky and written by Mazursky and Larry Tucker. Book by Jonathan Marc Sherman. Music by Duncan Sheik. Lyrics by Duncan Sheik and Amanda Green. Choreography by Kelly Devine. Directed by Scott Elliott. From 1/16/20; opening 2/04/20;; closing 3/15/20. at The Pershing Square Signature Center. Cast: Jennifer Damiano, Ana Nogueira, Joél Pérezk, Susazanne Vega and Michael Zegen. What it's about: A bittersweet comic take on the sexual revolution in which the suavely conventional lives of two successful young couples, all friends, are both stirred and shaken when they open their minds to the changing attitudes around them. Scenic Design by Derek McLane, Costume Design by Jeff Mahshie, Lighting Design by Jeff Croiter and Sound Design by Jessica Paz. Orchestrations by Duncan Sheik. Music Supervision, Vocal Arrangements and Additional Orchestrations by Jason Hart. Music Coordinator is Antoine Silverman. Tuesday through Friday at 7:30pm; Saturday at 2:00pm & 8:00pm and Sunday at 2:00pm.
World premiere, from 2/18/20; opening 3/03/20; closing 3/29/19. Written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen. Original Music by Steve Earle. Directed by Jessica Blank. Cast: ary Bacon (Patti), Amelia Campbell (Mindy), Michael Gaston (Stanley "Goose"), Ezra Knight (Roosevelt), Thomas Kopache (Gary), Michael Laurence (Tommy), Deirdre Madigan (Judy), and Melinda Tanner (Judge). What it's about: In 2010, the Upper Big Branch mine explosion killed 29 men, and tore a hole in the lives of countless others. First-person accounts by survivors and family membersdig deep into the lives and loss of the most deadly mining disaster in recent U.S. history. Scenic design by Richard Hoover, costume design by Jessica Jahn, lighting design by David Lander, and sound design by Darron L West.
The Confession of Lily Dare
Primary Stages at the Cherry Lane Theatre 38 Commerce St,
> Written and performed by Charles Busch. What it's about: One woman’s tumultuous passage from convent girl to glittering cabaret chanteuse to infamous madame of a string of brothel while hiding her undying devotion to the child she was forced to abandon. This comic melodrama celebrates the gauzy "confession film" tearjerkers of early 1930s pre-code cinema, such as The Sin of Madelon Claudet, Frisco Jenny, and Madame X. Joining Busch in the cast; Nancy Anderson, Christopher Borg), Howard McGillin, Kendal Sparks ( and Jennifer Van Dyck.. sAet design by B.T. Whitehill, costume design by Rachel Townsend, lighting design by Kirk Bookman, sound design by Bart Fasbender, wig design by Katherine Carr, and original song and arrangements by Tom Judson. Mr. Busch’s costumes will be designed by Jessica Jahn.
New York premiere by Lucss Hnath, Adapted from interviews with Dana Higginbotham. Conducted by Steve Cosson. Directed by Les Waters. Starring Deirdre O’Connell.l. What iit's about: Dama was a chaplain of a psych ward where she met a charismatic patient, an ex-convict searching for redemption. A harrowing true story, Dana was held captive with her life in this man’s hands — trapped in a series of Florida motels, disoriented and terrified — for five months. Told in Dana's own words and reconstructed for the stage by her son Lucas Hnath Scenic design by Andrew Boyce, costume design by Janice Pytel, lighting and supertitle design by Paul Toben, and sound design by Mikhail Fiksel. Frlm 2/11/20; opening 2/25/20; closing 3/22/20. Approx. 75 minutes
Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience.
St. Luke's Theatre 308 W. 46th St 212.239.6200
Created and performed by Mark Rodgers.. From 8/15/19; opening 8/22/19; 1/05/20. First conceived as exhibitions of creations from the mind of Leonardo Da Vinci and the masterworks of Michelangelo, Da Vinci & Michelangelo now brings the works of these two Renaissance men into a brand-new, contemporary light.Through exploration of their inventions, machines, sketches, paintings, and sculptures, Rodgers connects the. work of Da Vinci & Michelangelo to modern day talents like Les Paul, Van Cliburn, and Paul McCartney, and encourages audiences to discover their own "inner" Da Vinci and Michelangelo. Directed by Bill Stine, with lighting and projection design by Shari Debandt.. Thursday at 8pm; and Saturday and Sunday at 1:30pm Our Review
Roundabout Underground Black Box Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre
New York Premiere of new musical with book, music & lyrics By Daniel Zaitchik, a directed & choreographed By Michael Berresse. Cast:Matt Dallal, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Adam Kantor, Aury Krebs, Mike Nappi, Emily Walton. From 1/16/20; opening 2/10/20; closing 3/15/20. All tickets $30. What it's about: When charismatic songwriter Harry falls for clever chorus girl Louise, all of Manhattan glitters with the blush of new love. But what happens when the sparkling fantasy begins to dissolve?
Prospect Theater Company at 59E59Theaters--Theater A
Musical based on the novel of the same name by Alan Lightman. Book and lyrics by Joanne Sydney Lessner. Music and lyrics by Joshua Rosenblum. Directed by Cara Reichel. Cast: Zal Owen stars as Einstein; e Brennan Caldwell (Neurosis at DR2, Chita Rivera nom), Talia Cosentino (Matilda, Broadway National, Stacia Fernandez, Lisa Helmi Johanson, Michael McCoy, Tess Primack, Alexandra Silber and Vishal Vaidya. Isabel Lee (scenic design); Sidney Shannon (costume design); Herrick Goldman (lighting design); Kevin Heard (sound design) and David Bengali (projection design). The Production Stage Manager is Elizabeth Ann Goodman. What it's about: The year is 1905. A young and uncertain Einstein dares to envision new worlds beyond the limits of classical physics. Drawn deeply into his dreams, he is guided by a mysterious woman whose elusive identity awakens his full genius. From 11/05/19; opening 11/20/ 19;closing 12/14/19. Run Time: 95 Minutes, no intermission.
The Duke on 42nd Street
New musical written by Keith Harrison and Laura Schein, this ensemble piece follows a diverse community of emoji archetypes who take one another at face value (think: a smiling face dealing with depression, a princess who doesn’t want a prince, and a skull dying for deletion). Cast: Max Crumm as Man in Business Suit Levitating, Jacob Dickey as Smiling Face with Sunglasses, Dwelvan David as Guardsman, Heather Makalani as Kissy Face, Tanisha Moore as Woman Dancing, Jordan Fife Hunt as Man Dancing, Lucas Steele as Skull, George Abud as Nerd Face, Laura Schein as Smiling Face with Smiling Eyes, Felicia Boswell and Natalie Weiss as the loving couple Police Officer and Construction Worker, Ann Harada as Pile of Poo, Lesli Margherita as Princess, and Josh Lamon as Prince. Directed by Thomas Caruso with choreography by Kenny Ingram,. From 3/08/20. Musical direction by Lena Gabrielle, scenic design by David Goldstein, costume and make-up design by Vanessa Leuck, lighting design by Jamie Roderick, sound design by Ken Goodwin, and projection design by Lisa Renkel .
Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation
Triad Theatre 158 West 72nd Street New edition Gerard Alessandrini's musical spoof of all things theatre. From 10/16/19; opening 10/19/19; closng11/30/19. GerryMcIntyre ) is the choreographer. Running Time 75-80 minutes without intermission. Our Review
For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/when The Rainbow Is Enuf
revival of groundbreaking 1976 play by Ntozake Shange. Choreography by Camille A. Brown. Directed by Leah C. Gardiner. From 10/08/19; opening 10/22/19; closing 11/17/19--extended 12/015/19 closng-- so that week's tickets will be at "regular" price. What it's about: Tells the stories of seven women of color using poetry, song, and movement. The play hasn't gotten many professional poductions but with subjects of race and gender so much part of our conversation, this revival seems most timely. Running Time: 1 hour and 20 minutes, no intermission. review.
World Premiere by Taylor Mac who was once a member of The Bats, The Flea’s resident acting company. The Flea’s Artistic Director and frequent Taylor Mac collaborator, Niegel Smith (Hir, A 24 Decade History of Popular Music and Taylor Mac’s Holiday Sauce) will direct. From 2/28/20; opening 3/15/20; closing 2/28/20. Cast; 2 companies of the Bats.ening slated for Sunday, March 15. Jian Jung (Scenic Designer), Machine Dazzle (Costume Designer), Xavier Pierce (Lighting Designer), Matt Ray (Sound Designer & Composer), Sarah East Johnson (Choreographer), Adam J. Thompson (Video Designer),and Haley Gordon (Stage Manager). This is the third piece in Taylor Mac’s ‘Dionysia’, following Hir and Gary. What it' s about: In the land of two bridges, THE FRE, a rambunctious group of fun-loving anti-intellectuals spend their days cavorting in the mud. Into their midst descends Hero, a dandy aesthete, who longs to cut the bridge and finally escape the mud pit. But first he must convince the leader Frankie Fre and the other fatuous inhabitants that there is a better life outside of the swamp. In this queer love story, audiences will literally and figuratively jump into the mud with the Fre to hash out the current cultural divide. The play is set in a giant ball pit with audience seating inside and out.
The Gazillion Bubble Show
New World Stages Stage 2 340 West 50th Street 212.239.6200
Bubble artist Fan Yang's family entertainment show. From 2/15/07; opening 2/15/07; open ended. Wed at 11am and 2pm ; Sat 11am, 2pm and 4:30pm; Sunday at 12pm (noon) and 3pm. $44.50 - $64\
Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 150 West 65 Street)
A new play by Samuel D. Hunter, directed by Davis McCallum, From ; opening 12/09/19. Cast: Edmund Donovan, Andrew Garman, Nina Hellman, Judith Ivey, Kate MacCluggage, Ken Narasaki, and Haley Sakamoto. What it's about: The once-proud mining town of Clements, Idaho is rapidly disintegrating. As Maggie (to be played by Judith Ivey) prepares to close one of the town’s last remaining businesses, a visitor (Ken Narasaki) arrives on her doorstep, resurrecting long-buried hope and shame rooted in her family’s past and the town’s history. Now, for the first time in nearly fifty years, Maggie is forced to consider if the life she envisioned for herself at seventeen might still be possible today. Sets by Dane Laffrey, costumes by Kaye Voyce, lighting by Yi Zhao, and original music and sound by Fitz Patton.
Halfway Bitches Go Straight To Heaven
Atlantic's Linda Gross Theater
World premiere by Stephen Adly Guirgis, directed by John Ortiz both of LAByrinth Theater Company which is co-producing. Cast; Victor Almanzar), David Anzuelo), Elizabeth Canavan, Sean Carvajal, Patrice Johnson Chevannes Molly Collir), Liza Colón-Zayas, Esteban Andres Cruz, Greg Keller, Wilemina Olivia-Garcia), Kristina Poe), Neil Tyrone Pritchard, Elizabeth Rodriguezt), Andrea Syglowski ), Benja Kay Thomas, Viviana Valeria), Pernell Walker and Kara Young. From 11/14/19; opening 12/09/19; closing 12/22/19-extended and now closing 1/25/20. What it's about: The harrowing, humorous, and heartbreaking inner workings of a women's halfway house in New York City. Halfway Bitches Go Straight to Heaven / Stephen Adly Guirgis (2019 Off-Broadway)
National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene , at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, Edmond J. Safra Plaza, 36 Battery Place
New York debut (in English) of musical by Barry Manilow and his longtime collaborator Bruce Sussman to tell the true story of the Comedian Harmonists, an ensemble of six talented young men in 1920s Germany who took the world by storm with their signature blend of sophisticated close harmonies and uproarious stage antics, until their inclusion of Jewish singers put them on a collision course with history. From 2/11/20; opening 3/04/20; closing 3/29/20.
Harry Townsend's Last Stand
New York City Center Stage 131 West 55th Street www.HarryTownsendsLastStand.com
A new comedy by George Eastman, directed by Karen Carpenter . Cast: , Len Cariou, Craig Bierko. From 11/18; opening 12/04/19; closing 2/09/20. What it's about: Centers around 85-year-old Harry Townsend, a widower, living alone in the Lakeside home he built in Vermont. While he still possesses a sharp mind and a dry wit, he is getting up there in age. Beside his daughter, Sarah, the one happiness in his life is his son, Alan, who is finally coming home after an 18-month absence. Yet Alan's return is accompanied by an agenda that puts the aging father and his concerned son at odds. Scenic design by Lauren Helpern, costume design by David C. Woolard, lighting design by Jeff Davis and sound design by John Gromada. Performances are Monday-Tuesday at 7:30PM, Thursday at 2:30PM and 7:30PM, Friday at 7:30PM, Saturday at 2:30PM and 7:30PM and Sunday at 3:00PM Our Review
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The Hot Wing King
Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street
World premiere by Katori Hall, directed by Steve H. Broadnax III. From 2/11/20; opening 3/01/20; closing 3/22/20..Michael Carnahan (Scenic Designer), Emilio Sosa (Costume Designer), Alan C. Edwards (Lighting Designer), and Luqman Brown and Robert Kaplowitz (Sound Designers). The Production Stage Manager is Laura Smith. What it's about: Ready, set, fry! It’s time for the annual Hot Wang Festival in Memphis, Tennessee, and Cordell Crutchfield knows he has the wings that’ll make him king. Supported by his beau Dwayne and their culinary clique, The New Wing Order, Cordell is marinating and firing up his frying pan in a bid to reclaim the crispy crown. When Dwayne takes in his troubled nephew however, it becomes a recipe for disaster. Suddenly, a first place trophy isn’t the only thing Cordell risks losing.
>Is This A Room
Vineyard Theatre 108 East 15th Street)
The play gets a return engagement at the Vineyard from 12/20/19 to 1/19/20. For details see our original revniew here
New World Stages 340 West 50th Street 212-239-6200.
The long running Broadway hit returns to the Off-Broaway location that's given a long-running 2nd life in a smaller, setting. Cast: Aaron De Jesus as Frankie Valli, Nicolas Dromard as Tommy DeVito, Mark Edwards as Nick Massi and Cory Jeacoma as Bob Gaudio Klara Zieglerova (Scenic Design), Jess Goldstein (Costume Design), Howell Binkley (Lighting Design), Steve Canyon Kennedy (Sound Design), Michael Clark (Projection Design), Charles LaPointe (Wig & Hair Design), Steve Rankin (Fight Director). From 11/22/17.
Drill Hall of Park Avenue Armory between 66 and 67th Streets
From 12/05/19; opening; closing 1/10/20..World premiere of an Armory-commissioned adaptation of Ödön von Horváth's 1937 play Judgment Day, penned by Obie Award-winning and Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright Christopher Shinn and staged by famed British theater director Richard Jones, who returns to the Armory following his eight-time Drama Desk–nominated production of The Hairy Ape (2017). Staged in the Wade Thompson Drill Hall with a monumental rotating set, Judgment Day is the first ground-up theatrical commission for the Armory. Cast of 16 headed by Lou .Kirby, who won an Emmy Award for his performance as Lenny Bruce on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, also had recurring roles on The Deuce and Slings & Arrows; also Susannah Perkins as Anna, Alyssa Bresnahan as Mrs. Hudetz, and Henry Stram as Alfons; Alex Breaux), Charles Brice, Gina Daniels), Harriet Harris, Maurice Jones, Andy Murray (The Seafare), Tom McGowan George Merrick, Jason O’Connell, Joe Wegner ), and Jeena Yi . What it's aout: a hybrid of theatrical genres: part moral fable, part sociopolitical comedy, part noirish thrille. Written on the eve of WWII, Judgment Day has been seen as an allegory for the indoctrination of Nazi ideology. Scenic designer Paul Steinberg, lighting designer Mimi Jordan Sherin, costume designer Antony McDonald, and music and sound designer Daniel Kluger . Our Review
Little Shop Of Horrors
Westside Theatre 407 W 43rd St 212/2399/6200
1982 musical with book and lyrics by Howard Ashman and music by Alan Menken return to its Off-Broadway roots. Cast: Jonathan Groff as Seymour, Tammy Blanchardas Audrey, Christian Borle (as Orin Scrivello D.D.S. Tom Alan Robbin as Mushnik; Kingsley Leggs as The Voice of Audrey II; Ari Grooveras Ronnette; Salome Smith as Crystal; and newcomer Joy Woods as Chiffon. Rounding out the cast are Stephen Berger, Chris Dwan, Kris Roberts, Chelsea Turbin, Eric Wright, and Teddy Yudain. Directed by M ichael Mayer. From 9/17/19; opening 10/17/19; closing 11/24/19--extended before opening to 1/19/20. What its about: Seymour is a down-on-his-luck florist with a crush on his co-worker Audrey. When he discovers a mysterious – and voracious – plant, suddenly Seymour and Audrey are thrust into an epic battle that will determine the fate of the entire human race. Choreographer, Ellenore Scott . Scenic Designer, Julian Crouch. Lighting Designer, Bradley King. Costume Designer, Tom Broecker. Sound Designer. Jessica Paz,. Puppet Designer Nicholas Mahon. Music Supervisor, Orchestrator & Arranger, Will Van Dyke. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7PM, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2PM & 8PM, Fridays at 8PM and Sundays at 3PM.
. The Michaels
Public Theater LuEsther
World Premiere of another family dining and talking play, written and directed by Richard Nelson. From 10/19/19; opening 10/27/19; closing 11/17/19. Cast: Charlotte Bydwell (Lucy Michael), Haviland Morris (Irenie Walker), Maryann Plunkett (Kate Harris), Matilda Sakamoto (May Mary Jane Smith), Jay O. Sanders (David Michael), Brenda Wehle (Rose Michael), and Rita Wolf (Sally Michael). What it's about: Nelson places the audience directly into the kitchen of Rose Michael, a celebrated choreographer. Dinner is cooked, modern dances are rehearsed, and the meal is eaten—all amidst conversations about art, death, family, dance, politics, the state of America, and how the world sees our country...and a host of everyday questions that make up the richness of ordinary life. Approx. Running Time: 2 hours no intermission. Our Review
Rattlestick Theater 224 Waverly Plac
Twisted love story, directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker. From 10/27/19; closing 11/23/19. What it's about: in Phoenix, and recently separated couple Danny and Julia are spiraling into chaos. Pills and paranoia, hallucinations and twisted humor fuel their unhinged relationship. Originiated at theEdinburgh Festival.
One in Two
New Group at Pershing Square Signature Center The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre, 480 West 42nd Street
World premeire by Donja R. Love, directed by Stevie Walker-Webb. Cast: Jamyl Dobson, Leland Fowler, Edward Mawere. From 11/19/19; opening 12/10/19; closing 1/12/20. What it's about: Three young men. One of them will be chosen. They will tell ‘his' story. A story they're forced to tell over and over again about his new reality and how he lives with it, until he can't. Scenic Design by Arnulfo Maldonato, Costume Design by Andy Jean one in two /Donja Love/Donja R. Love (2019 Off-Broadway)
Theatre 3 at Theatre Row
Written by Tom Dulack and directed by Michael Parva . From 1/15/20; opening 1/22/20; closing 2/23,20. ( What it's about: A fast-paced, witty and accessible modern retelling of John Milton’s classic story of Good vs. Evil. Cast: Alison Fraser), Mel Johnson, Lou Liberatore, David Andrew Macdonald), Marina Shay and Robbie Simpson..
Atlantic Theater-Stage 2 330 West 16th Street
World premiere by Eboni Booth,directed by Knud Adams. Cast: Jules Latimer , Ann McDonough, Bruce McKenzie, James Murtaugh , Danielle Skraastad and Christopher Dylan White From 1/08/20; opening 1/20; closing 2/09/20. What it's about: Emmie is one of the only black people living in Paris, Vermont, and she desperately needs a job. When she is hired at Berry's, a store off the interstate selling everything from baby carrots to lawnmowers, she begins to understand a new kind of isolation. Scenic design by David Zinn, costume design by Arnulfo Maldonado, lighting design by Oona Curley, sound design by Fan Zahng, original compositions by Trey Anastasio
Peter and the Star Catcher
New World Stages W. 50th Street www.peterandthestarcatcher.com
This show moved uptown from a New York Theatre Workshop premiere. and ended its successful run 1/20/13 but will resurface at New World Stages 3/20/13. Direction by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers. Written by Rick Elice. Based on the bestselling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. review
The Play That Goes Wrong
New World Stages W. 50th Street
After a much-extended run at Broadway's Lyceium this madcap comedy will like so many other hits extend its life at the New World 2/11/19; opening 2/20/19. Currently sellig tickets through 5/20/20. It will be directed Off-Broadway by Matt DiCarlo. Cast: Ryan Vincent Anderson, Brent Bateman, Bartley Booz, Matt Harrington, Bianca Horn, Chris Lanceley, Ashley Reyes, and Matt Walker; also features Damien Brett, Adam Daveline, Simone Policano, and Maggie Weston. For what it's about: See Our Review
Lincoln Center Claire Tow Theater/LCT3
World premiere by Sylvia Khoury and directed by Tyne Rafaeli. From 10/05/19; opening 10/21/19; closing 11/17/19. Cast: Peter Ganim, Darius Homayoun , Ali Lopez-Sohaili, and Dina Shihabi . Sets by Arnulfo Maldonado, costumes by Dede Ayite, and lighting by Jen Schriever. What it's about: Yasmin, a young Syrian refugee (Dina Shihabi) spends her days tethered to an electric power strip in a Greek refugee camp. Once a middle-class student in Aleppo whose life was dictated by the expectations of men, her sheltered existence has been shattered by a brutal civil war. In the war-torn world of the refugee camp, Yasmin finds that she must betray everything she once knew and valued in order to survive.
Irish Rep in W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre 132 W 22nd Street,
Susan Smith Blackburn Prize winning-play by Abbie Spallen, directed by Nicola Murphy . From 11/07/19; opening 11/14/19; closing 1/12/20. Cast: Hamish Allan-Headley as Hammy, Labhaoise Magee ) as Pumpgirl, and Clare O’Malley as Sinead. Scenic design by Yu-Hsuan Chen, costume design by Molly Seidel, lighting design by Michael O’Connor , and sound design by Fan Zhang. What it's about: In a gas station in Northern Ireland, barely north of the border, Pumpgirl gets few customers beyond lecherous men and cruel women who remark on her tomboyish appearance. Otherwise guarded, she has struck up a friendship with Hammy, an amateur stock-car racer who prefers to spend time with his unsavory buddies over his wife and children. As Hammy’s wife, Sinead, stays home alone, she simmers with rage over her isolated, disappointing existence. On Hammy’serformances on Thursday, November 28 and Wednesday, December birthday, their lives become perilously intertwined, leaving them face to face with a desperate future. The performance schedule: Wednesdays at 3pm and 8pm; Thursdays at 7pm; Fridays at 8pm; Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm; and Sundays at 3pm. Exceptions: There will be additional performances on Tuesday, November 26 at 7pm; Monday, December 23 at 7pm; and Friday, December 27 at 3pm Our Review
Rock of Ages
New World Stages rockofagesmusical.com 212-239-6200
This show's long run on Broadway began at this venue and now returns in a scaled down special 10th Anniversary production with same director and choreographer and Mitchell Jarvis as the narrator, Lonny. re-opened 7/04/19 The originally planned 10/06/19 closing has been extended to 1/12/20. Running time 2 hours 20 minutes. For our review of both the original on and . off-Broadway productions go here.
New York Theater Workshop 9 East 4th Stree
Worrl premiere musidal by Enda Walsh, music and lyrics by Gary Clark, direction by Rebecca Taichman, choreography by Sonya Taye. From 11/26/19; opening 11/16/19 , closing 1/26/20.. What it's about: Dublin, 1982. Everyone is out of work. Thousands are seeking bluer skies across the Irish Sea. Sixteen-year-old Conor and his schoolmates turn to music to escape troubles at home and impress a mysterious girl. With a score that embraces the new wave sounds of the era, Sing Street celebrates the thrill of first love and the power of music.Cast: Max William Bartos (Uncut Gems) as Darren, Brendan C. Callahan as Gary, Billy Carter ) as Robert, Zara Devlin) as Raphina, Gus Halper as Brendan, Jakeim Hartas Larry, Martin Moran as Brother Baxter, Anne L. Nathan as Sandra, Johnny Newcombas Barry, Brenock O’Connor (“Alex Rider”) as Conor, Gian Perez (In the Heights) as Kevin, Sam Poon (Runaways) as Eamon, Skyler Volpeas Anne, Amy Warren as Penny.The show will transfer to the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway with the NYTW cast beginning 3/26/20 Our Review
Sistas: The Musical
St. Luke's Theatre 308 West 46th Street(212) 239-6200
What it's about: Musical journey, of a multi-generational African-American Family. The narrative is stitched together using the lyrics of songs that perfectly capture the mood and speaks to the issues of each period and time. In the end, the women find strength in each others' stories and arrive at a way to best honor the memory of their beloved Grandma - a seminal figure in their development as strong and accomplished women. From 9/29/2011/ opening 10/11/; Open-Ended. Thursday at 7:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday at 4:30 pm Tickets:$39.50-$69.50.Directed by Kenneth Ferrone. Written by Dorothy Marcic
Orpheum, 126 Second Ave (7th-8th St.), 477-3477.
er music troupe that uses low-cost, everyday object instruments to create high-energy rhythms. An off-Broadway, all-audience,long-running hit (opened 2/27/94). Our Review
The Thin Place
Lucas Hanths new play to 1/09/20. Our Review
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