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Daryl Roth Theater 103 E. 15th St.
Running time: 1 hr. and 30 min. Written and performed by Maddie Corman,directed by Kristin Han. From 3/11/19; opening 3/25/19; closing 7/14/19. What it's about: Solo by actress Corman about surviving her husband's arrest and probation for on child pornogaphy involvement.
The Accidental Pervert
Thirteenth St. Repertory Company 50 West 13th Street (between 5th and 6th Ave) 212-352-3101 www.theaccidentalpervert.com
Andrew Goffman play, directed by Charles Messina. What it's about: A boy's journey into manhood after discovering his dad's video tapes hidden in a bedroom closet. Andrew subsequently develops an addiction that continues UNTIL the age of 26, when he meets his wife to be, and finds himself struggling to find the balance between fantasy and reality. Open run, Every Friday and Saturday at 7pm. Run Time: 90 minutes, no intermission. Tickets $49
Acting Company-Measure For Measure/Native Son
The Duke on 42nd Streeet
Directed by Seret Scott, Richard Wright's Native Son comes to life in this timely adaptation by Nambi E. Kelley. It's in repertory with Measure for Measure as directed by Janet Zarish. Native Son cast: Anthony Bowden as Jan, Jason Bowen as the Black Rat, Rebekah Brockman as Mary, Rosalyn Coleman as Hannah, Laura Gragtmans as Mrs. Dalton, Lorenzo Jackson as Buddy, Henry Jenkinson as Mr. Britten, Galen Ryan Kane as Bigger Thomas, Keshav Moodliar as Shop Owner/Reporters, and Katherine Turner as Bessie. Measure for Measure, cast: Anthony Bowden as Lucio, Jason Bowen as Escalus, Rebekah Brockman as Isabella, Laura Gragtmans as Mariana and Mistress Overdone, Lorenzo Jackson as Claudio, Henry Jenkinson as the Provost, Sam Lilja as Angelo, Galen Ryan Kane as Friar Thomas, Keshav Moodliar as the Duke, and Katherine Turner as Juliet and Francesca. Neil Patel (Scenic Design), Sarita Fellows (Costume Design, Native Son), Jessica Shay (Costume Design, Measure for Measure), Alan Edwards (Lighting Design), Fred Kennedy (Sound Design, Native Son), Fabian Obispo (Sound Design, Measure for Measure), Deb Hecht (Voice and Speech), Emmanuel Brown (Fight Director, Native Son), and Michael Rossmy (Fight Director, Measure for Measure). Our Review
Red Bull Theater at the Cherry Lane
Written and performed by Keith Hamilton Cobb's play, directed by Kim Weild. What it's about: An indomitable African-American actor auditioning for the role of Othello must respond to the dictates of a younger, white director who presumes to better understand Shakespeare's iconic black character. Running Time: 90 minutes. Dede Ayite (costume design), Wilson Chin (set design), Alan C. Edwards (lighting design), and Christian Frederickson (sound design). From 8/27/19; opening 9/08/19; closing 10/06/19. For more details see our review of a previous production go here.
Bat Out of Hell
New York City Center 131 West 55th Street)
f Jim Steinman's musical, based on . best-selling album. From 8/01/19; opening 8/20/19; closing . Cast: Andrew Polec as Strat., Christina Bennington as Raven., . Lena Hall as Sloane, Bradley Dean as Falco, Avionce Hoyles as Tink, Danielle Steers as Zahara, and Tyrick Wiltez Jones as Jagwire. The ensemble . includes Will Branner, Lincoln Clauss, Kayla Cyphers, Jessica Jaunich, Paulina Jurzec, Adam Kemmerer, Nick Martinez, Harper Miles, Erin Mosher, Aramie Payton, Andres Quintero, Tiernan Tunnicliffe, and Kaleb Wells. The stage musical incorporateds iconic songs from the Bat Out Of Hell albums. What it's about: The songs of Mr. Steinman propel an epic story of rebellious youth and passion as Strat, the immortal leader of The Lost, has fallen in love with Raven, the beautiful daughter of the tyrannical ruler Falco. Book, music, and lyrics by Mr. Steinman, direction by Mr. Scheib, choreography adapted by Xena Gusthart, with musical supervision and additional arrangements by Michael Reed, set design by Jon Bausor, costume design by Mr. Bausor & Meentje Nielson, lighting design by Patrick Woodroffe, video design by Finn Ross, sound design by Gareth Owen, orchestration by Steve Sidwell, and musical direction by Ryan Cantwell. . Our Review
The Book Of Merman
St. Luke's Theatre 308 West 46th Street 212-239-6200
New premiere of musical comedy with book by Leo Schwartz and DC Cathro, directed by Joe Langworth. From 10/05/18; opening 10/21/18; closing. What it's about: Two Mormon missionaries ring the doorbell of Ethel Merman Broadway's iconic leading lady, as played by Carly Sakolove. Cast besides Sakolove: Chad Burris as Elder Braithwaite, Casey Martin Klein and Julie Sommer. Scenic and lighting design by Josh Iacovelli, costume design by Pablo Borges, wig design by Bobbie Pinz, and sound design by Raymond Schilke. Plays Wednesdays at 8pm, Thursdays 7pm, Saturdays 7:30pm, and Sundays at 2pm.
A Bright Room Called Day
First major revival of play by Tony Kushner, directed by Oskar Eustis. From 10/29/19; opening 11/19/19; closing 12/08/19. Initial casting includes Jonathan Hadary (Xillah), Linda Emond (Annabella Gotchling), and Estelle Parsons (Die Alte). What it's about: new version of his first play in 1985 takes a new look at the vulnerability of American democracy.
Caesar and Cleopatra
Gingold Theatrical Group at Theatre Row 410 w. 42nd St.
Revival of Shaw’s historical comedy. From 9/03/19; opening 9/24/19; closing 10/12/19. Cast: Brenda Braxton as Ftatateeta, Rajesh Bose as Pothinus, Robert Cuccioli as Caesar, Dan Domingues as Apolldorus, Claybourne Elder as Rufio, Jonathan Hadley as Britannus, and Teresa Avia Lim as Cleopatra. Brian Prather, scenic design; Tracy Christensen, costumes; Jamie Roderick, lighting; and Frederick Kennedy, sound. Thi will be the first full NYC procuction in over 40 years..
. The Crucible
Bedlam at the Connelly Theater 220 East Fourth Street ,Arthur Miller's 1953 play directed by Eric Tucker in the company's usual spare set manner. From 11/08/19; opening 11/21/19; closing 12/29/19. Cast and more details TBA.
The New Group at the Daryl Roth Theatre 101 East 15th Street
Adapted by Erica Schmidt from Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand. Music by Aaron Dessner and Bryce Dessnerl. Lyrics by Matt Berninger. Choreography by Jeff and Rick Kuperman Directed by Erica Schmidt. From 10/12/19; opening 11/07/19; closing 11/24/19. Cast: Ritchie Coster (De Guiche), Josh A. Dawson (Le Bret), Peter Dinklage (Cyrano), Hillary Fisher (Orange Girl), Christopher Gurr (Jodelet), Blake Jenner (Christian), Jasmine Cephas Jones (Roxanne), Nehal Joshi (Ragueneau), Grace McLean (Chaperone Marie), Erika Olson (Swing) and Scott Stangland (Montgomery). Scenic Design by Christine Jones and Amy Rubin, Costume Design by Tom Broecker, Lighting Design by Jeff Croiter, Sound Design by Dan Moses Schreier and Music Supervision by Mary-Mitchell Campbell. y. Production Stage Manager is Linda Marvel.
#DateMe: An OKCupid Experiment
Westside Theatre Downstairs 407 W. 43rd St.
Book by Robyn Lynne Norris, Bob Ladewig , Frank Caeti. Music by Julie Nichols, Dan Wessels. Lyrics by Robyn Lynne Norris, Frank Caeti, Amanda Blake Davis, Bob Ladewig. Directed and choreographed by Lorin Lattarro. From 6/20/19; opening 7/21/19; closing 9/07/19. What it's about: 48 million Americans have tried online dating and this is true story of Robyn Lynne Norris, the show's creator and writer, who is unlucky in love but determined to understand it better, logs on to the world's most popular dating site: OKCupid. Since Robyn, a shy vulnerable comic is too embarrassed to sign on as her real self, she creates imaginary comic characters. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday @8pm, Saturday @2pm and 8pm, Sunday @3pm. Running Time: 2 hours, including one intermission. Our Review
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; open-ended 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.
Daryl Roth Theatre 101 E. 15th St.
Comedy written and performed by Hanah Gadsby.Tuesday–Friday @8pm, Saturday @6pm and 9pm. Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission. From 7/23/19; closing 9/07/19. The show is scheduled to be available at Netflix in 2020.
Irish Repertory Theatre Main Stage
Conor McPherson's play, directed by Ciaran O’Reilly. From 9/20/19; opening 10/01/19; closing 11/10/19. September 20, 2019 on the Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage with an opening night set for October 1, for a limited run through November 10, 2019. What it's about: John Plunkett is haunted by memories of a shameful past and shattered life. On Christmas Eve, an unexpected visit from his estranged daughter, Mary, forces John to confront his demons and grapple with his chance at redemption. Cast: Jeffrey Bean as John, Cillian Hegarty as Mark, and Sarah Street as Mary. Set design by Charlie Corcoran, costume design by Leon Dobkowsk, lighting design by Michael Gottlieb, sound design by M. Florian Staab and Ryan Rumery), andproperties by Sven Henry). Jeff Davolt ( serves as production stage manager. Wednesdays at 3pm and 8pm; Thursdays at 7pm; Fridays at 8pm; Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm; and Sundays at 3pm. Exception: There will be no performance on Wednesday, October 2 at 3pm. Running Time: 90 minutes. To read Curtainup's review of both the London and New York Premiere go here.
New York Theatre Workshop's New /Door at 79 East 4th Street
From 8/29/19; closing 9/28/19. Life has become too complicated for technophobe and antique book seller, Pamela Stark. Pam’s world is soon turned upside down when, instead of providing assistance with her printer, the tech support guy offers her choices for different centuries. In each era, this reluctant time-traveler saves lives as she is hurled from decade to decade. Pam’s emotional and witty journey finally ends with one last rescue --her own.Design by Anna Reid, lightingby Jack Weir, and sound by Max Perryment.
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. 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; closing 12/14/19. Run Time: 1 Hour, 35 Minutes.
Theatre Row, 410 West 42ndStreet
a ne"abromantic" comedy written by Lenore Skomal and directed by Magda S. Nyiri. From 8/07/19; opening 8/15/19; closing 10/05/19. What it's about: It's self-made billionaire Richard Killingworth' s daughter's big day! The last person he wants to see is his estranged wife Mavis. Celebrating with his best friend Dick, who happens to be Mavis' first husband, when the Queen of Chaos drops in, unannounced with her new fiance in tow. Cast: Tim Hayes, David Farrington, John Coleman Taylor, Neil Vincent Smith, Karen Forte, Alison Preece and Kyle Porter. Set and costume design by Craig Napoliello, lighting by Ross Graham, music by Nathan Repasz, and movement consultation by Meredith Glisson.
Theatre for a New Audience at Polonsky Shakespeare Center
In case you missed this year's Pulitzer winner, it's getting another run in Brooklyn where it reopens playing from 6/02/19; officially reopening 6/16/19; closing 7/28/19--extended a final time and now closing 8/11/19- and slated for a limited Broadway run. Playwright: Jackie Sibblies Drury.Director: Sarah Benson.Choreographer: Raja Feather Kelly. Cast: MaYaa Boateng, Charles Browning, Hannah Cabell, Natalia Payne, Jed Resnick, Luke Robertson, Roslyn Ruff, and Heather Alicia Simms. What it's about: The Frasier family hasn't been the same since Braden died, and Beverly needs this dinner to be perfect. But the silverware's wrong, the radio's on the fritz, Keisha is late, Jasmine is drinking, Dayton isn't helping, and Mama won't come downstairs. Our Review
Ma-Yi Theater CompanyTheatre Row 410 West 42nd Street, 212-239-6200
World premiere. Book & Lyrics by Jessica Hagedorn. Music by Fabian Obispo. Choreography by Brandon Bieber. Directed by Ralph B. Pena . From 8/23/19; opening 9/03/19. closing 9/15/19. Tuesday–Sunday at 7pm; Saturday & Sunday at 2pm new musical by Jessica Hagedorn and Fabian Obispo. Based on a powerful short story by acclaimed Filipino American writer Lysley Tenorio, Felix Starro marks the first-time-ever a musical created by Filipino Americans. What it's about: Felix is a famous faith healer in the Philippines, whose clients once included celebrities and big politicians. After falling on hard times, Felix decides to go to San Francisco for one last healing mission with ailing Filipinos in the Bay Area. Junior, Felix Starro's nineteen-year-old, orphan grandson, goes along as his assistant. Unbeknownst to Felix, Junior has plans of his own. Cast: Alan Ariano as Felix Starro, Caitlin Cisco) as Crystal, Francisca Munoz as Mrs. Delgado, Ryan James Ortega as Bobb, Diane Phelan as Charma, Nacho Tambuntinge) as Junior, and r Ching Valdes-Aran as Flora. Marsha Ginsberg (scenic design), Becky Bodurtha (costume design), Oliver Wason (lighting design), Julian Evans (sound design), Paulo K Tiril (orchestrations), Ian Miller (musical director), Cristina Sison (production stage manager). Through September 15: Tuesday–Sunday at 7pm; Saturday & Sunday at 2pm
Comedy Drama by Michael Tucker, directed by Nadia Tass. Cast: Jill Eikenberry, John Glover, Mark Blum, Mark Linn-Baker, Jodi Long, and Ellen Parker. Running Time: 1 hour and 20 minutes includes intermission. From 9/10/19; opening 9/19/19; closing 10/20/19 .
Fiddler on the Roof
The often revived production moved uptown on 2/11/19, opening 2/21/09; closing 9/01/19 Same cast, director and creative team. 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. What it's about: Tells the stories of seven women of color using poetry, song, and movement.
. 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 - $64.50 . Run Time:1 hour, 20 minutes (no intermission)
The Green Room
The American Theatre Of Actors 314 West 54th Street
From 9/25/18; opening 9/27/19; closing 10/26/19.
Book by Jessica Newman, music and lyrics by Chuck Pelletier, directed by Jessica Jennings. Journey of four best friends in college determined to make it out of the Green Room and onto the off-Broadway stage. What it's about: John, Cliff, Anna, and Divonne live out their complicated lives in the green room of their college theater department. Running Time:1 hr 30min with 1 intermission.
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. From 11/14/19; opening 12/09/19; closing 12/22/19. What it's about: The harrowing, humorous, and heartbreaking inner workings of a women's halfway house in New York City.
The Public Theater/Delacourte Theater
Opening8/31/19.; closing 9/08/19. Musical with book by Kristoffer Diaz, music by : Alan Menken, lyrics byDavid Zippel. Directed by Lear deBessonet and choreographed by Chase Brock. Cast:: Jelani Alladin, Roger Bart, Jeff Hiller, James Monroe Iglehart, Ramona Keller, Tamika Lawrence, Krysta Rodriguez, and Rema Webb. What it's about. Story of Hercules, brought to vibrant life by professional actors and community groups from across the city in this new stage adaptation.
Heroes of the Fourth Turning
Playwrights Horizons Main Stage (416 W 42nd St
World premiered by Will Arbery, directed by Danya Taymor. From 9/13/19. What it's about: 4 young conservatives have gathered at a backyard after-party in rural Wyoming. One week following the Charlottesville riot, and two days before the 2017 solar eclipse, they’ve returned home to toast their mentor Gina, newly inducted as the first female president of a tiny Catholic college. But as their reunion spirals into spiritual chaos and clashing generational politics, it becomes less a celebration than a vicious fight to be understood. Cast: Jeb Kreager as Justin, Julia McDermot as Emily, Michele Pawk as Gina, Zoe Winters as Teresa, and John Zdrojesk as Kevin. Laura Jellinek (Scenic Designer), Sarafina Bush (Costume Designer), Isabella Byrd (Lighting Designer), Justin Ellington (Sound Designer), J. David Brimmer (Fight Director), and Jenny Kennedy (Stage Manager).
Lion. Theater Row
Off Broadway premiere of Deb Margolin’s play, directed by Jerry Heymann. From 10/17/19; opening; closing 11/09/19. What it's about: Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff in prison, determined to control his own narrative for history as he dictates to a visiting biographer stories about his childhood, his family, women, money and an all-night meeting he had with Holocaust survivor and poet, Solomon Galkin. For more about what to expect see our review by our DC critic
In the Green
Lincoln Center;s Claire Tow Theater W 65th St. 212-239-6200 lct3.org
Musical written by Grace McLean (who also stars) and directed by Lee Sunday Evans. Cast: Rachael Duddy, Ashley Perez Flanagan, Grace McLean, Mia Pak and Hannah Whitne. From 6/08/19; opening 6/08/19; closing 8/04/19. Running Time: 90 minutes.
The Invention Of Tragedy
A Mac Wellman festival featuring full productions of five Wellman works, including the World Premiere of the full-length The Invention of Tragedy that was written in the wake of 9/11, and the premiere of a new one-act titled The Fez. From 8/24/19; closing 11/01/19. Sincerity Forever is directed by r Dina Vovsi from 8/24/19; opening 9/07/19 at The Siggy. Same dates for Bad Penny directed by Associate Artist Kristan Seemel in The Pete. The world premiere of The Invention ofTragedy is directed by Guest ArtistMeghan Finn in The Sam, opens 9/21/19. September 21. The Sandalwood Box and The Fez are directed by Resident Directors Kate Moore Heaney and Tyler Thomas and open as a double bill on 10/05//19 in The Siggy. See theflea.org for more details
I s This A Room
Vineyard Theatre 108 East 15th Street)
Conceived and directed by Tina Satter. From 10/03/19; opening 10/22/19; closing. The Vineyard production will feature the complete cast from the previous production at The Kitchen: Emily C. Davis as Reality Winner, Becca Blackwell as Unknown Male, Pete Simpson as Agent Garrick, and TL Thompson as Agent Taylor. What it's about: It's June 3, 2017. A 25-year-old former Air Force linguist named Reality Winner (Davis) is surprised at her home rby the FBI, interrogated, and then charged with leaking evidence of Russian interference in U.S elections. Reality remains in jail with a record-breaking sentence. The FBI transcript of her interrogation is the heart of I the plsy as we watch Reality's autonomy shrink. Scenic design by Parker Lutz costume design by Enver Chakartash, lighting design by Thomas Dunn , with original score and sound design by Sanae Yamada and puppetry design by Amanda Villalobos .
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.
Kingfishers Catch Fire
Irish Rep W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre
World premiere by Robin Glendinning, directed by Kent Paul . From 9/11/19; opening 9/22/19; closing 10/20/19. What it's about: it's 1948 when Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty first visits the infamous Nazi Herbert Kappler in the Italian prison where Kappler is serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity. During World War II, the men were adversaries; Kappler was the head of the Gestapo in German-occupied Rome, and Monsignor O'Flaherty was using the cover of Vatican neutrality to shelter and arrange for the escape of thousands of Allied servicemen and Jewish civilians. Kappler placed a bounty on O’Flaherty’s head, but O’Flaherty evaded capture, earning the nickname “The Scarlet Pimpernel of the Vatican.” When these two men meet after the war, profound questions of responsibility and redemption rattle the cages. Based on a true story, Kingfishers Catch Fire examines morality and personal culpability for actions taken during a devastating war.Casting will be announced at a later date. set design by Edward Morris, costume design by Linda Fisher, lighting design by Matthew McCarthy, and sound design by Rob Rees. Wednesdays at 3pm and 8pm; Thursdays at 7pm; Fridays at 8pm; Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm; and Sundays at 3pm. Exceptions: The performance on Sunday, September 22 will take place at 7pm.
Lear: That Old Man I Used To Know
A.R. T/New York Theatres 502 W. 53rd Street
Adapted and directed by Beth Ann Hopkinswith musical direction and arrangements by Elliot Roth. What it's about: a young girl has run away to her Grandmother's attic, a space for forgotten objects covered with drop cloths and dusty time. When searching through a stack of old books, she opens one up to reveal that the words literally come alive off the pages as characters and creatures emerge around her and begin to tell her the story of King Lear. It's the classic story retold through the eyes of a child. Cast: Louis Butelli as Lear, Sarah Dacey Charles as Gloucester, Pete McElligottas Kent, Aileen Wu as Girl/Cordelia, Noelle Franco) as Fool, Jonathan Hopkins as Edgar, Kate Eastman as Edmund, Ashley Scott as Regan, Hannah Sloat as Goneril, Vanessa Butler as Cornwall, Kieron Anthony as Albany and Christa Kimlicko Jones as Mother. Costume design by Sherry Martinez, lighting design by Charlotte McPherson, scenic design by Steve Brenman, sound design by Darin Hallinan, props design by Tony Leone, Sherry Leone, Gary Dolan & Ashley Seltzer, and fight choreography and assistant direction by Alex Purcell.
Acorn 410 West 42nd Street
A comedy by Aaron Posner. From 6/04/19; opens 6/16/19;closes 9/01. Cast: Nadia Bowers as Ella, Kimberly Chatterjee as Sonia, Kevin Isola as Vanya, Barbara Kingsley as Babs, Stacey Linnartz as Pickles, Austin Pendleton as The Professor, and Michael Schantz as Dr. Aster. What it's about: A contemporary remix of Uncle Vanya. Egos clash, hearts hunger, and souls cry out for meaning in this reimagining of Chekhov's classic.Directed by Jeff Wise. Set design by Brittany Vasta, costume design by Christopher Metzger, lighting design by Drew Florida, and sound design by Mark Van Hare. . Our Review
Irish Rep Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage
Written by Elaine Murphy and directed by Marc Atkinson Borrull. From 7/17/19; opening 7/25/19; closing 9/08/19. Cast: Marsha Mason as Kay, Brenda Meaney as Lorraine, and Lauren O'Leary as Amber. Set design by Meredith Ries, costume design by Christopher Metzger, lighting design by Michael O'Connor ), and sound design by Ryan RumeryArthur Atkinson (Juno and the Paycock) will serve as Production Stage Manager. What it's about: Three generations of North Dublin women find themselves suddenly facing the unexpected. Young Amber's case of indigestion or brutal hangover grows into something more, while her mother Lorraine discovers salsa dancing after an incident at work leads to therapist-suggested self-care. Grandmother Kay, “on the wrong side of sixty, but not dead yet,”struggles to take care of a personal itch while adjusting to life as a caretaker for her beloved Gem. 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. 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. Additional cast TBA. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7PM, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2PM & 8PM, Fridays at 8PM and Sundays at 3PM. To read my review of the show's 2018 Broadway production which includes a song list and background information go here
Love Nöel : The Songs and Letters of Noel Coward
Theatre: Irish Repertory Theater. W. Scott Lucas Studio Theater. 132 West 22 St.
Musical tribute to Coward devised and written by Barry Day, directed by .Charlotte Moore and performed by Steve Ross and KT Sullivan.. Running Time: 90 minutes. Wed. at 3pm and 8pm. Thurs at 7pm, Fri at 8pm, Sat at 3pm and 8pm, Sun at 3pm . From 7/26/19. Opens: 8/01/19. Closes: 8/25/19. Our Review
Pershing Square Signature Center's Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre 480 West 42nd Street
NY premiere of comedy written and performed by Lois Robbins and directed by Karen Carpenter. From 8/21/19; opening 9/08/19; closing 11/02/19. What it's about: Everyone remembers their first kiss. . .and second. . . and maybe their fifth- in this case one woman sharing her own experience of what has gone behind her closed doors. Scenic design by Jo Winiarski, lighting design by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew and sound design by Jane Shaw.Tues, Thurs, Friday at 7:30pm; wed Sat, Sun at 2pm; Sat at 8pm. Running time: 90 minutes, no intermission. This is not a Signature production.
Classic Stage 136 E 13th St
Real life marrieds Corey Stoll and Nadia Bowers will play the royal couple. Jon Doyle directs. From 10/10/19; opening 10/27/19; closing 12/15/19. More Casting TBA. Tuesdays - Thursdays at 7pm; Fridays at 8pm; Saturdays at 2pm and 8pm; and Sundays at 2pm. There is an added performance Wednesday, November 27, at 2pm, and no performances on Thanksgiving.
Second Stage Tony Kiser Theater 305 West 43rd Street
New York premiere by Bess Wohl and directed by Michael Greif. Cast: Kim Fischer, Susannah Flood, Ryan Foust, Harrison Fox, Maren Heary, Brad Heberlee,Samantha Mathis, When does real life collide with make believe? For the four Conlee kids, ages 5 to 10, playing house is no longer a game when their parents inexplicably disappear. Thirty-two years later, their search for answers continues. From 7/30/19; opening 8/15/19l closing 9/15/19. Running Time: 90 minutes, no intermission. Wohl's cartoon like comedy played previously at Hartford Stage.
Measure for Measure (See, A-Titles/Acting Company for details of this and Native Son in Repertory at the Duke on 42nd Street.)
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.
Native Son (See, Acting Company abovr for details of this and Measure for Measure in Repertory at the Duke on 42nd Street.)
The New Englanders
Studio at Stage II - Harold and Mimi Steinberg .at New York City Center
World Premiere by Jeff Augustin, directed by Saheem Ali.From 9/17/19; opening 10/02/19 ;closing.. Cast:Teagle F. Bougere, Patrick Breen, Crystal Finn, Javier Mumoz Uly Schlesinger ) and Kara Young . What it's about: Can you ever really live the life you envisioned? In a mixed race family, a teenaged daughter and her dads are all trying to find happiness. Eisa wants to be the next Lauryn Hill and is struggling to break free of her sleepy New England town where she feels hopelessly trapped. Her fathers are being pulled in different directions of their own, one trying to re-connect with an old love, the other clinging to the path he always believed would be their future. Arnulfo Maldonado (scenic design), Dede Ayite (costume design), Alan C. Edwards (lighting design) and Palmer Hefferan (sound design).
Notes On My Mother's Decline
Play Company at Fourth Street Theatre 83 E 4th St
Play by Andy Bragen, directed By Knud Adams,. From 10/6/19; opening 10/13/19; closing 10/27/19. Tues to Saturdays at 7:30, Sundays at 3pm. What it's about: Bragens portrait of his strong-willed mother and himself as her world closes in and her health declines. of 2017, with outstanding performances.
Nothing Gold Can Stay
e A.R.T. New York Theatres.
World premiereby Chad Beckim, directed by Shelley Butler. From 10/01/19; opening 10/08/19; closing. What t's about: Clay and Jess have big dreams: college, refuge from the cold Maine winters, and a permanent escape from the paycheck-to-paycheck, rent-a-center furniture lifestyle of their parents. When Jess finds herself temporarily stuck behind and at odds with her stepfather, she moves in with Clay's mom and begrudgingly takes a job at the local chicken farm. Meanwhile Clay heads off to college, counting down the days to his return, desperate to avoid the destiny of his geography. Cast: Mary Bacon with additional casting to be announced Jason Simms (Sets), Karen Spahn (Lighting), Sinan Refik Zafar (Sound) and Whitney Locher (Costumes)
Novena For A Lost Hospital
Rattlestick Playwrights Theater 224 Waverly Place rattlestick.org; 212-627-2556
World premiere by Cusi Cram, directed by Rattlestick Artistic Director Daniella Topol, and starring Kathleen Chalfant. Additional Cast: Ken Barnett, Goussy Celestin, Justin Genna, Steven Jeltsch, Alvin Keith, Shayne Lebron-Acevedo, Kelly McAndrew, Noriko Omichi, Rafael Sánchez, Laura Vogels, and Natalie Woolams-Torres. What it's about: Play lsets out to remember and celebrate St. Vincent’s Hospital, the 161-year-old Catholic institution that treated victims of calamities from the sinking of the Titanic to September 11th. Guided by Saint Elizabeth Seton (Chalfant) and inspired by the caretakers and patients of St. Vincent's Hospital, this unique event takes a 60-person audience on an uplifting journey from an enclosed West Village garden to Rattlestick’s intimate theater to the NYC AIDS Memorial Park. From 9/05/19; opening 9/19/19; closing 10/13/19.: Wednesday–Monday, 6:30pm & 7pm Please note that staggered check-in times will take place at 6:30pm and 7:00pm at St John’s in the Village (218 W 11th St.). Note: Staggered entrances. Guests arriving at the 6:30 time will experience an extended prologue, and audiences at both check-in times will unite for the majority of the event. Due to its traveling nature, audiences are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes and to leave heavy bags at home. Coat check is not available.
Theatre at St. Clements 423 West 46th Street
A new pop rock musical. From 10/08/19; opening 10/21/19; closing 1/05/20. Book by Jess Carson, and music and lyrics by Mike Squillante, based on a story by Jesse Murphy and Mike Squillante.Cast Gary Busey, others TBA. Choreographed by Josue Jasmin and directed by NJ Agwuna. Music director is Adrià Barbosa. Scenic design by Andrew Moerdyk, costume design by Avery Reed, and lighting design by Eric Norbury.
59E59Theaters- Theater B
Play by Bob Stevens, directed by Carol Dunne. Cast: Tommy Crawford, Christopher Sears, Christopher Flockton, and Olivia Swayze What it's about: Paul McCartney and John Lennon together again for one night only when they were becoming the most famous men on earth. From 9/07/19; closing 9/29/19. Run Time: 1 Hour, 10 Minutes
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. 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.
Pershing Square Signature Center/Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre 480 West 42nd Street rinserepeatplay.com l 212.279.4200
Written by Domenica Feraud. Directed by Kate Hopkins. Cast: Domenica Feraud, Florencia Lozano, Jake Ryan Lozano, Portia, and Peter Rini. Scenery , Brittany Vasta; costumes,.Nicole Slaven; lighting, Oona Curley; sound/original compostions, .Len Denio; stage manager,Yetti Steinman. What it's about: Rachel hasn't been home in four months. After fighting for her life at Renley, a trial weekend has been agreed upon. At first, Rachel couldn't be happier to be reunited with her family. But what happens when the people you love most, the ones you believe want the best for you, are the ones causing the most damage without even knowing it? Where do you go when the place you feel you most belong might be the place that almost killed you in the first place? Show Times: Tuesday-Friday @7:30pm, Saturday @2pm and 8pm, Sunday @2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets from $50 From 7/16/19; opening 7/31/19; closing 8/17/19. 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 off-Broadway production and the Broadway transfer, go here
The Rolling Stone
Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 150 West 65 Stree
A new play by Chris Urch, directed by Jerry Saheem Ali. Cast: Blankson-Wood, Latoya Edwards, Robert Gilbert, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Adenike Thomas, and James Udom. What it's about: Family drama set in Uganda, a country subjected to severe anti-homosexuality laws, in which two brothers at odds – Dembe (played by Ato Blankson-Wood) a gay man in a clandestine relationship, and Joe (played by James Udom) a church pastor who fervently rails against the lifestyle his brother is forced to conceal. Sets by Arnulfo Maldonado, costumes by Dede Ayite, lighting by Japhy Weideman, and original music and sound by Justin Ellington. From 6/20/19; opening 7/15/19; closing 8/25/19. Our Review
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Comedy by Liba Vaynberg. Directed by Geordie Broadwater. From 9/27/19; closing 10/20/19. Run Time: 1 Hour, 20 Minutes. What it's about:Zach is a medieval scholar and devotee of LARP (Live Action Role Playing); Laura ghost-writes romance novels. They meet at the crossroads of the competing realities they create and live in. Round Table is a comedy about pretending to be what you already are.
Roundabout Laura Pels 111 West 46th Street
World premiere musical with Book by Michael Mitnick and Music & Lyrics by Adam Gwon, directed by Lonny Price and choreographed by Josh Rhodes. Gwon's Ordinary Days also premiered at the Roundabout (review) From 9/1/19; opening 10/15/19; closing. Cast: TBA. What it's about: In Scotland, PA, revenge is a dish best served with fries. This deliciously dark new musical comedy, based on the cult film (and the bard's Macbeth), springs to life in a sleepy Pennsylvania town (population 1,203—and dropping), where a burger-joint manager and his wife cook up a plan to super-size their lives. As their ambitions grow and the bodies fall, the couple finds out just how far they'll go for a taste of the oh-so-tempting American dream.
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
New York Premiere. Book & Lyrics by David Henry Hwang. Music & Additional Lyrics by Jeanine Tesori. Choreography by Sam Pinkleton. Directed by Leigh Silverman. From 9/24/19; opening ;closing 11/03/19.Cast so far: Billy Bustamante (Xue Xing Standby), Kendyl Ito (Jing/Ensemble), Francis Jue (DHH), Austin Ku (Bobby Bob), Raymond J. Lee (Randy Ray/VEEP/Ensemble), Alyse Alan Louis (Zoe/Hillary), Jaygee Macapugay (Campaign Manager/Ensemble), Daniel May (Ensemble), Paul HeeSang Miller (Ensemble), Geena Quintos (Ensemble), Conrad Ricamora (Xue Xing), Trevor Salter (Ensemble), Kyra Smith (Ensemble), Emily Stillings (Female Swing), Emily Trumble (Zoe/Hillary Understudy), and John Yi (Male Swing). What it's about: an exploration of America's current place in the world, told through an East-West musical from China's point of view, in which a theater producer from Shanghai forges a powerful bond with Hillary Clinton. A fever dream of modern American politics amidst global conversations, asking us all—why do we love democracy? And should we? To read our Evan Henerson's review of the LA premiere go here
Orpheum, 126 Second Ave (7th-8th St.), 477-3477.
An eight-member 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
Summer Shorts 2019
This annual series featuring sixe one-acts in rotating repertory of three each performance, returs. from 7/19/19; closing 8/31/19. Tuesday - Friday at 7:15 PM; Saturday & Sunday at 2:15 PM and 7:15 PM. Featured playwrights: Courtney Baron, Nancy Bleemer, Neil LaBute, Nick Payne, Danielle Trzcinski, and Sharr White. For full details about plays, casting and more, check the website. Our Review
Atlantic Theater's Linda Gross Theater
World Premiere Play by Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), directed by Lee Sunday Evans. From 9/05/19; opening 9/23/19; closing 10/13/19. What it's about: There is a moment when you want to look ahead to the future, but the past is eating you whole. In Sunday, friends gather for a book group, anxious to prove their intellectual worth, but that anxiety gets the better of any actual discussion as emotional truths come pouring out.
Written and directed by Debra Whitfield. From 8/29/19; opening 9/04/19; closing 9/21/19. Tuesday – Friday at 7:30 PM; Saturday at 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM; and Sunday at 2:30 PM. What it's about: Life is too complicated for antique book seller and technophobe Pamela Stark. Pam's world is turned upside down when a broken printer forces her to call tech support. While navigating an endless loop of voice prompts, she accidentally sends herself to different centuries. This reluctant time-traveler is hurled from decade to decade, saving lives during each era. Pam's journey finally ends with one last rescue--her own. Cast: Ryan Avalos, Leanne Cabrera, Lauriel Friedman, Mark Lotito and Margot White. Natalie Taylor Hart (scenic design); Deborah Constantine (lighting design); Janice O'Donnell (costume design); Ed Matthew (sound design); Carlene Stober (sound design consultant); Elliott Forrest (projection design); Cyrus Newitt (props master); and Inga Thrasher (hair and make up design).
Roundabout Theatre Company/Laura Pels Theatre
From 5/23/19; opening 6/20/19; closing 8/11/19.Play by Lydia R. Diamond, directed by Pam MacKinnon. Cast: April Matthis, Eric Berryman, Harvy Blanks, Phillip James Brannon, Daniel J. Bryant, Jonathan Burke, Toney Goins, Kenn E. Head, and Ezra Knight. What it's about: Toni Stone is an encyclopedia of baseball stats. She's got a great arm. And she doesn't understand why she can't play with the boys. Featuring a bullpen of players crossing age, race and gender to portray all supporting roles,Toni Stone is about staying in the game, playing hard, playing smart and playing your own way. Our Review
Two's a Crowd
A musical with a book by Rita Rudner (a Saturday Night Live icon who died too young) and Martin Bergman, music and lyrics by Jason Feddy, and direction by Mr. Bergman. From 7/13/19; opening 7/21/19; closing 8/25/19. Sunday. Tuesday – Friday at 7 PM; Saturday at 2 PM & 7 PM; and Sunday at 2 PM. Added performance n Sunday, July 14 at 7 PM. The running time is 85 minutes, no intermission. What it's about: They say opposites attract. They haven't met Tom and Wendy. Forced together by a computer error, freewheeling Tom and uptight Wendy do their best to ruin each other's vacations. But the bright lights of Vegas might just convince them to take a chance on the happiness they both gave up on long ago.Cast: Kelly Holden Bashar, Brian Lohmann and Robert Yacko. Set and lighting design by Tessa Bookwalter, sound designs by Jonathan Burke.. Our Review
the way she spoke
Audible at the Minetta Lane Theatre
New York premiere play by Isaac Gomez, directed by OJo Bonney, and starring Kate del Castillo. From 7/08/19; opening 7/18/19; 8/18/19. What it's about: This solo takes us from a New York stage to the treacherous streets of Juarez, Mexico where thousands of women have been murdered in an epidemic of violence that has yet to stop. Riccardo Hernandez (scenic design), Emilio Sosa (costume design), Lap Chi Chu (lighting design), Elisheba Ittoop (sound design), and Aaron Rhyne (projection design).
when It Happens To You
The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture 18 Bleecker Street
A thetrical Memoir written and performed by Tawni O'Dell. From 10/02/19l opening 10/13/19; closing 11/10/19. What it's about: about a mother's struggle to help restore a sense of safety and wholeness to her family after her daughter was the victim of a brutal attack. It's a journey that continues to this day, nearly five years since she received that middle of the night phone call every parent dreads. Cast: O'Dell is joined on stage by E. Clayton Cornelious, Connor Lawrence, and Kelly Swint. Scenic design by Rob Bissinger and Anita LaScala, lighting design by Daisey Long, costume design by David Woolard. Tuesday and Sunday at 7PM; Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 8PM; with matinees at 2PM and Sunday at 3PM. There is a special 3PM matinee on Wednesday October 30, and no evening performance on October 31. Tickets are $49.50 - 79.50 .
The White Chip
From 10/04/19; closing 10/26/. Written by Sean Daniels. Directed by Sheryl Kaller. What it's about: Steven is on top of the world: he’s married, has good friends, and is steps away from his dream job running one of the hottest theaters in the country. He also happens to be an alcoholic spinning out of control. Play follows his journey to recovery.
.Playwrights Horizons/Peter Jay Sharp Theater
From 8/23/19; opening 9/16/19; Comedy by Jaclyn Backhaus, directed by Margot Bordelon. Cast: Purva Bedi, Mahira Kakkar, Sathya Sridharan, and Adina Verson. What it's about: time and geography spanning stories of Great Men and also their and their whiny, witchy, vapid, vengeful, jealous wives. Backhaus pushes past patriarchal cliches to untetheri stories and history - and language itself - from the visions made by men.
The Wrong Man
The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater's Newman Mills Theater
From 9/18/19; opening 10/07/19. Book, Music, and Lyrics by Ross Golan. Directed by Thomas Kail. Choreographed by Travis Wall. Cast: Joshua Henry, Ciara Renée, and Ryan Vasquez. What it's about: The wrong man meets the wrong woman in the wrong place at the wrong time. Set in Reno, Nevada, this is the story of Duran, a man just scraping by who is framed for a murder he didn’t commit, told through poetic lyrics and haunting melodies.
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