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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 Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes.
MTC in association with williamstown Theatre Festival, Studio Stage at City Center
NY premiere by Anna Ziegler and directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz. From 10/31/17; opening 11/14/17; closing 12/03/17. Adam Rigg (scenic design), Paloma Young (costume design), Yi Zhao (lighting design), and Jane Shaw (sound What it's about: At a raucous party during their freshman year at Princeton, Tom and Amber connect in ways that seem innocent enough at first. But as things progress, they find themselves in murky territory, with ramifications that could affect the rest of their lives. What 0 happened between them? And when it comes to relationships, how often is the truth completely objective? Can we ever shed our pre-conceived notions? Our Review
After the Blast
Lincoln Center Claire Tow Theater.
A new play by Zoe Kazan, directed by Lila Neugebauer. From 10/07/17; opening 10/23/17; closing 11/19/17. What it's about: Set in the wake of a total environmental disaster, when the human population has retreated underground. Experience is simulated. Fertility is regulated. And Anna and Oliver have one last chance to have a baby. Cast: Will Conolly, Cristin Milioti, and William Jackson Harper. Sets by Daniel Zimmerman, costumes by Kaye Voyce, lighting by Eric Southern, and sound by Brandon Wolcott.
At The Illusionists Table
The McKittrick Hotel Scottish Dining room 530 West 27th Street www.mckittrickhotel.com
A new, intimate magic and dining experience direct from Scotland, hosted by enigmatic illusionist Scott Silven. From 10/23/17; opening 11/01/17; closing after 12 weeks. conversation stirs over the course of a magical evening. Tickeets from $145 per person on weeknights to $175 on weekends include a three-course dinner specially crafted by the hotels Executive Chef Pascal Lesea'ch. Mondays & Tuesdays at 8pm, Wednesdays & Thursdays at 6pm and 9pm, Fridays & Saturdays at 6:30pm and 9:30pm, and Sundays at 4pm and 7pm. . Avenue Q
New World Stages at 50th and Eighth Avenue 212/239-6200 www.avenueq.com.
No sooner did the Tony Award winning puppet musical end its 6-year run on Broadway (22 previews and 2,534 performances), than producer Kevin McCollum announced the first ever reverse transfer of a show from Broadway to Off-Broadway. However, it's not returning to its original downtown off-Broadway home (the Vineyard), but remains uptown at the largest venue of the New World Stages complex. The re-opening (Prison Break), Emily Cass McDonnell (Mercury Fur), Brian Miskell (The Flick), Will Pa will begin 10/13/09 and play Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 2 and 8 PM and Sundays at 3 and 7:30 PM. Tickets from $86.50 to $66.50. For details about the show see our reviews of the Broadway and original off-broadway productionhere
Awake and Sing
New Yiddish Rep Theater at the 14th Street Y, 344 East 14 Street www.NewYiddishRep.org or 646-395-4310
Yiddish version with English super titles of Clifford Odets' 1935 play. From 11/25/17; closing 12/2r/17. Yiddish speaking cast directed by Jacob Mestel. What it's about: Odets' finest play is the story of the Bergers, a lower-middle-class, three-generation Jewish family living in a Bronx apartment during the Depression. The play recalls that this country was founded as the land of opportunity for immigrants who came with an enduring belief in the American dream. Cast: Ronit Asheri (star of Yiddishpiel Theater), Amy Coleman, Lea Kalisch, Mira Kessler, Moshe Lobel, David Mandelbaum, Eli Rosen, Gera Sandler and Luzer Twersky.Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7:30 pm, with matinees Saturday & Sunday at 2 pm.
The Bench, A Homeless Love Story
The Cherry Lane Studio Theatre, 42 Commerce Street
Written and Performed by Robert Galinsky. Directed by Jay O. Sanders. From 10/15/17; opening 10/29/17; closing 12/17/17. Cast: Robert Galinskyry Schnuck. What it's About: True stories, set in urban decay and rubble about characters and the catastrophic hysteria surrounding AIDs in the 1980s. Plays Sundays at 7pm with added performanceTuesday, December 5 at 7pm. R uns 65 minutes, no intermission.
Birth and After Birth
Atlantic Theater Company 336 W. 20th St. (212) 239-6200
' New York premiere by Tina Howe's 1972 absurdist comedy. Cast: Peter Benson, Jeff Binder, Kate Blumberg, Jordan Gelber and Maggie Kiley. Atlantic associate artistic director Christian Parker will direct. From 9/13/17; opening 10/03/17; closing 10/29/17. What it's About: Comic exploration of the joys and terrors of birth and parenthood. Sandy (Kiley) and Bill (Binder) have been up all night preparing a birthday party for Nicky (Gelber), their rambunctious four year-old son. Desperate to impress, Sandy and Bill frantically ready the house for their party guests, Jeffrey (Benson) and Mia (Blumberg), childless anthropologists who study primitive children in far flung places. The party spins out of control as each couple tries to convince the other of their social and personal superiority. Scenic designer Takeshi Kata, costume designer Bobby Tilley, lighting designer Joshua Bradford and sound designer by Obadiah Eves.
Black Angels Over Tuskegee
Actors Temple Theater 339 West 47th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues)
New historical drama by writer-director Layon Gray. Cast: Lamman Rucker , Demetrius Gross, Thom Scott II, Antonio Charity, Layon Gray, David Wendell Boykins, Derek Shaun, Jay Jones, and Rich Skidmore. From 1/29/10; opening 2/15/10. What it's about: Based on true events. Six men explore their collective struggle with Jim Crow, their intelligence, patriotism, dreams of an inclusive fair society, and brotherhood as they become the first African American fighter pilots in the U.S. Army Air Forces. Monday, Friday and Saturday evening at 8 PM, and Sundays at 5 PM. Tickets $31.50 and $56.50 Update: Besides move to Actor's Temple, news is that Tobias Truvillion joins the cast which also includes Lawrence Saint-Victor who is now rotating with Lamman Rucker. Open run. Our Review.
Blue Man Group
Astor Place, 423 Lafayette St. ((Astor Place/W. 4th St) 254-4370.
An extraordinary downtown hit. For details see Review.
The Briefly Dead
59E59 Theaters 59 East 59th Street
From 11/16/17; opening 11/21/17; closing 12/10/17. Tuesday - Thursday at 7:30 PM; Friday at 8:30 PM; Saturday at 2:30 PM and 8:30 PM; and Sunday at 3:30 PM. What it's about ood news: you actually can bring the love of your life back from the dead! Bad news: breakfast the next morning is really awkward. When it comes to the unexpected resurrection of his beloved wife Alcestis, King Admetos learns the hard way that the aftermath of a miracle. Perfromerd with mix of shadow puppets and live actors ( Mia Isabella Aguirre, Sofiya Cheyenne, Kristin Fulton, Paul Hinkes, Ben Kaufman, Katie Proulx, Sarah Wadsley, and Jenna Zafiropoulos).
Bulldozer: The Ballad Of Robert Moses
Theatre at St. Clement's 423 West 46th Street
Rock musical with music & lyrics by Peter Galperin with a book by Peter Galperin and Daniel Scot Kadin. Stars Constantine Maroulis. Directed by Karen Carpenter. From 11/24/17; closing 1/07/18. What it's About: follows Robert Moses as he pushes his way through the city of New York, building parkways and bridges to make the city move. Seemingly impervious, Moses bulldozes without consequence on the road to com
plete his vision for the city.
A Clockwork Orange
New World Stages
New York premiere, of Alexandra Spencer-Jones' staging that originated at the London Fringe. Cast: Matt Doyle asGeorgie, Jonno Davies as Alex DeLarge. Sean Patrick Higgins as Dim, Brian Lee Huynh as Frank/Dr. Brodsky, Timothy Sekk as Chaplain/Deltroid, Aleksander Varadian as Marty/Warder, Ashley Robinson as Minister/Old Woman, Jimmy Brooks as F-Me Pumps/Governor, Misha Osherovich as Pete, and Jordan Bondurant as Droog. From 9/02/17; opening 9/25/17; closing 1/06/18. What it's about: Based on Anthony Burgess' 1962 novel that also inspired the 1971 Stanley Kubrick film, the play is set in a dystopian British society and follows violent teen Alex, his band of "Droogs" and the intense reformation therapies he undergoes. Cast: Jonno Davies makes his New York Stage debut in the lead role of Alex DeLarge, Matt Doyle as Georgie, Sean Patrick Higgins as Dim, Brian Lee Huynh as Frank / Dr. Brodsky, Timothy Sekk as Chaplain/Deltoid, Aleksander Varadian as Marty/Warder, Ashley Robinson as Minister / Old Woman, Jimmy Brooks as F-Me Pumps / Governor, Misha Osherovich as Pete, and Jordan Bondurant as a swing. Our Review
Cross That River
59 E 59 Theaters
From 11/28/17; closing 12/31/17. Book and lyrics by Allan and Pat Harris, music by Allan Harris, directed by Regge Life. Cast: Maya Azucena, Allan Harris, Alan Grubner, Miki Hayama, Seth Johnson, Caroline Leonhart, Jeffery Smith, Shirazette Tinnin, and Jay White. What it's about: The unsettled West of the 1860s provides a new life and new dreams for Blue, a run-away slave, who escapes to Texas to become one of America's first Black Cowboys. EAch song presents a different page in this complicated chapter of American History. Curvy Widow
Westside Theatre 407 West 43rd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues.
Book by Bobby Goldman, music and lyrics by Drew Brody,directed by Peter Flynn, choreography by Marcos Santana. Starring Nancy Opel. Monday at 8PM, Tuesday at 7PM, Wednesday at 2PM and 8PM, Friday at 8PM, Saturday at 2PM and 8PM, and Sunday at 3PM. From 7/20/19; opening 8/03/17; closing 10/15/17- now 12/31/17. This is a straight transfer from the premiere at New Jersey's premiere at the George Street Theater so our review during that premiere still applies . To read that review 9/13/17 update: go here .
The Dead 1904
The Irsh Rep at The American Irish Historical Society 991 Fifth Avenue near 81st Street,
The immersive show, an adaptation of James Joyces short story that turns a Manhattan town house into 1904 Dublin. From 11/18/17; opening 11/3017; closing 1/07/18. The show takes place over three floors of the building, which has been restored to period decoration, with wine and dinner included. Reprising their roles from previous staging: Peter Cormican as Mr. Brown, Terry Donnelly as Mrs. Mallins, Aedin Moloney as Molly Ivers, Clare OMalley as Lily, Patti Perkins as Aunt Julia, and James Russell as Freddy Malins; Kimberly Doreen Burns as Mary Jane, Rufus Collins as Gabriel, John Treacy Egan as Bartell DArcy, and Megan Loomis as Miss Daly. The stage adaptation is by Pulitzer Prize-winning Irish poet Paul Muldoon and novelist Jean Hanff Korelitz, with direction by Irish Rep co-founder Ciaran OReilly. What it's about: The story follows a couple who attend a holiday party in 1904 Dublin. As the snow gently falls outside, the pair contemplates life and the future while the evenings guests dance, sing, eat, and drink. Costume design by Leon Dobkowski, lighting design by Michael Gottlieb, sound design by M. Florian Staab , properties and interior design by Deirdre Brennan, hair and wigs by Robert-Charles Vallance. Choreography is by Barry McNabb.
Urban Stages 259 West 30th Street www.urbanstages.org
World premiere by Zhu Yi, directed by John Giampietro. From 11/15/17; opening 11/20/17; closing 12/10/17. Cast: Alan Ariano, Pun Bandhu, Helen Coxe, Lydia Gaston, Wei Yi Lin and Seth Moore. What it's about: Comedy about upper-middle-class Chinese Mr. and Mrs. Li are proud to give their only daughter a life they could only dream of (an Ivy League degree in art and an apartment in Manhattan), until they realize shes turning into a dangerous stranger. Post opening Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 7:30 pm; Saturday at 3 pm & 8 pm; Sunday at 3 pm ADDED SHOWS: Tuesday, November 21 at 7:30pm .
Describe the Night
Atlantic Theater Company's Linda Gross Theater 336 West 20th Street
New York premiere by Rajiv Joseph, directed by Giovanna Sardelli. Cast: Tina Benko, Nadia Bowers, Danny Burstein, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Max Gordon Moore and Stephen Stocking. What it's about: In 1920, the Russian writer Isaac Babel (Burstein) wanders the countryside with the Red Cavalry. Seventy years later, a mysterious KGB agent spies on a woman in Dresden and falls in love.In 2010, an aircraft carrying most of the Polish government crashes in the Russian city of Smolensk. Set in Russia over the course of 90 years, this new play traces the stories of seven men and women connected by history, myth and conspiracy theories. Run Time: 3 hours, including two brief intermissions. From 11/10/17; opening 12/05/17; closing 12/24/17 Downtown Race Riot
The New Group at The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre 480 West 42 nd Street
World premiere by Seth Zvi Rosenfeld and directed by Scott Elliott. Cast: Cristian DeMeo (Tommy-Sick), David Levi (Jimmy Pnut Shannon), Moise Morancy (Marcel Massive Baptiste), Josh Pais (Bob Gilman), Sadie Scott (Joyce Shannon), Daniel Sovich (Jay 114) and Chloe Sevigny (Mary Shannon). Set Design by Derek McLane, Costume Design by Clint Ramos, Lighting Design by Yael Lubetzky, Sound Design by M.L. Dogg and Fight Direction by UnkleDave's Fight-House. What it's about: On a hot late summer day in 1976, a mob of young white men descended on Washington Square Park with pipes and bats, and attacked any people of color they could find. Rosenfeld takes us back to that day, to the cramped Village apartment of Mary Shannon (Sevigny), a strung-out, free-wheeling single mom, as her son Pnut and his Haitian best friend Massive wrestle with their obligation to join the riot.
Friends! The Musical Parody
St. Lukes Theatre 308 West 46th Street
The unauthorized parody of the hit TV show created by Bob and Tobly McSmith From 10/13/17; opening 11/02/17;closing 12/31/17. Directed by Paul Stancato, with music by Assaf Gleizner. Cast: Seth Blum as Chandler, Lisa Graye as Monica, Katie Johantgen as Phoebe, Patricia Sabulis as Rachel, Alan Trinca as Joey, and Landon Zwick as Ross. Wednesday at 8:00pm, Thursday at 7:00pm, Friday at 10:00pm, Saturday at 7:30pm & 10:00pm, Sunday at 2:00pm. 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)
Vineyard Theatre 108 E 15th St,(212) 353-0303
World premiere by David Cale, starring Billy Crudup. Leigh Silverman will direct. From 10/26/17; opening 11/21/17; closing 12/03/17. The play produced in association with Audible who will record and produce Crudup's performance as an audio play, available to Audible members in early 2018. What it's about: A sexually charged, funny one-man thriller about a shy Midwestern man leading an outrageous double life as the cocky Londoner Harry Clarke. Moving to New York City and presenting himself as an Englishman, he charms his way into a wealthy family's life as the seductive and precocious Harry, whose increasingly risky and dangerous behavior threatens to undo more than his persona. Scenic design by Tony Award nominee Alexander Dodge, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Alan Edwards, and sound design by Bart Fasbender.
He Brought Her Heart Back in a Box
Theater for a New Audience Polonsky Shakespeare Center, Brooklyn
A new play by Adrienne Kennedy, directed by who also directed Kennedy's The Ohio State Murders for the company in 2007. What it's about: Set in 1941 in New York City and Georgia, the play addresses the indignities of Jim Crow, rising Nazism, sexual hypocrisy, Christopher Marlowe, and the lingering shadow of a terrible crime. From 1/17/18; closing 2/11/18.
Mint Theater at the Clurman Theater 410 West 42nd Street 212-239-6200
. First revival in 95 years of play by Staanley Houghton. From 12/23/17; opening 1/18/18. What it's about: the mill is closed and the workers are idle. Fanny Hawthorn is relaxing at the seashore with a girlfriend when she runs into Alan Jeffcote, the mill owner's son. Alan takes Fanny to a hotel in Wales for a few days of fun, but the fun stops when their parents find out. Of course, Alan should marry Fanny even though he is already engaged. Gus Kaikkonen will direct. Cast: Jeremy Beck, Rebecca Noelle Brinkley, Emma Geer, Jonathan Hogan, Sara Carolynn Kennedy, Ken Marks, Brian Reddy, Sandra Shipley, Jill Tanner. Scenic design by Charles Morgan; costume design by Sam Fleming; lighting design by Xavier Pierce; sound design and original music by Jane Shaw. Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 7:30pm with matinees Saturday & Sunday at 2pm. Wednesday Matinees on 1/17 and 2/14 at 2pm.
The Home Place
Irish Rep Theatre 132 West 22nd Street
New York Premiere of Brian Friel play, directed by Charlotte Moore. From 9/27/17; opening 10/08/17; closing 12/17/17. Cast: Logan Riley Bruner as Tommy Boyle, Andrea Lynn Green as Sally Cavanagh, Johnny Hopkins as Con Doherty, Robert Langdon Lloyd as Clement O'Donnell, Ed Malone as David Gore, Polly McKie as Mary Sweeney, Rachel Pickup as Margaret O'Donnell, Stephen Pilkington as Perkins, Christopher Randolph as Dr. Richard Gore, Gordon Tashjian as Johnny MacLoone, John Windsor-Cunningham as Christopher Gore. What it's about: In the hot Donegal August of 1878, the fruits of Colonialism and the ambiguities of loyalty are tested within the background of impossible love. Christopher Gore, the liberal minded Anglo-irish landlord and his son David reside at The Lodge with "chatelaine" Margaret, with whom they are both in love. Christopher's cousin, Dr. Richard Gore arrives with the intention of pursuing a Darwin-inspired scientific theory: by measuring the craniums of the indigenous Irish, he hopes to crack the genetic code of the indigenes...demonstrating their inferior place in the natural order. Set in the era of the rumblings of violence and uncertainty at the dawn of The Home Rule movement, Brian Friel explores the aftermath of Dr. Gore's experiment as deep animosity is dangerously ignited amongst the suspicious villagers of Ballybeg. Set design by James Noone (Sunset Boulevard), costume design by David Toser, lighting design by Michael Gottlieb, sound design and original music by Ryan Rumery, sound design by M. Florian Staab, properties by Sven Henry Nelson,dialects by Stephen Gabis. Wednesdays at 3pm and 8pm; Thursdays at 7pm; Fridays at 8pm; Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm; and Sundays at 3pm. Our Review
Jerry Orbach Theater 1627 Broadway at 50th Street)Broadway and 50 Street
A new romantic comedy by Dan Rothenberg and Colleen Crabtree,directed by Jonathan Silverstein. From 11/07/17; opening 11/16/17; open ended. What it's about:Angst-ridden Max and mildly unstable Eleanor are soulmates. They have revealed every crazy and embarrassing quirk to each other, which has only brought them closer. However, there is one issue that Max is holding on to. Eleanor has discussed her ex-boyfriends with Max. Max hasn't quite mentioned his. Hot Mess proves that sometimes in order to find yourself, you have to get lost. Cast: Max Crumm as Max, Lucy DeVito as Eleanor, Paul Molnar as Lewis, Steve, Jason, Therapist, and Tow Truck Guy. Scenic design by Tobin Ost, costume design by Bobby Frederick Tilley, lighting design by Matthew Richards, and sound design by Bart Fasbender.
New York Theatre Workshop 79 E. 4th Street
Book by The Bengsons and Sarah Gancher, music and lyrics by The Bengsons, direction by Anne Kauffman, and movement direction by Sonya Tayeh. From 11/15/17; opening 12/04/17;closing 12/04/17. Cast: Colette Alexander, Abigail Bengson, Shaun Bengson, Jo Lampert, Dani Markham, and Reggie D. White. Set and props design by Kris Stone, costume design by Sydney Gallas, set and lighting design by Andrew Hungerford and sound design by Nicholas Pope. What it's about: A folk-punk dream about embracing uncertainty, taking a leap, and loving as if you only had a hundred days to live. Tuesday and Wednesday at 7pm, Thursday and Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm, Sunday at 2pm and 7pm. Exceptions: there will be no performances on Thursday, November 23; Tuesday, December 5; or Sunday, December 24. There will be an additional performance on Friday, December 22 at 2pm. The performances on Sunday, December 31 will be at 1pm and 5pm
Public's Anspacher Theater at 425 Lafayette St (212) 967-7555
world premiere written and directed by Richard Nelson. From 10/22/17; opening 10/30/17; dlosing 11/26/17. What it's about: It is 1958, and New York City is in the midst of a major building boom; a four-lane highway is planned for the heart of Washington Square; Carnegie Hall is designated for demolition; entire neighborhoods on the West Side are leveled to make room for a new 'palace of art.And a young Joe Papp and his colleagues face betrayals, self-inflicted wounds and anger from the city's powerful elite as they continue their free Shakespeare productions in Central Park. Cast: Rosie Benton (Colleen Dewhurst), Will Brill (Bernie Gersten), Kristen Connolly (Peggy Papp), Blake DeLong (David Amram), Emma Duncan (Gladys Vaughan), Naian González Norvind (Mary Bennett), Fran Kranz (Merle Debuskey), John Magaro (Joseph Papp), John Sanders (Stuart Vaughan), and Max Woertendyke (John Robertson). Scenic design by Susan Hilferty and Jason Ardizzone-West, costume design by Susan Hilferty, lighting design by Jennifer Tipton, sound design by Scott Lehrer. Our Review
In & Of Itself
Daryl Roth Theatre 101 E 15th St.
Derek DelGaudio's modern allegory, directed by Frank Oz. Running time: 75 minutes. Original Music by Mark Mothersbaugh. Production Design, A.Bandit. Lighting Design, Adam Blumenthal. Sound Design, Kevin Heard. Running since last April and now extended and extended still again to 5/06/18.
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.
Jesus Hopped the A Train
Signature's The Irene Diamond Stage
New production directed by Mark Brokaw. Cast: Edi Gathegi, Victor Rasuk with Erick Betancourt, Ricardo Chavira and Stephanie DiMaggio. What it's about: Angel Cruz (Rasuk) is a 30-year-old bicycle messenger awaiting trial for the death of the leader of a religious cult. Inside Rikers Island, a terrified Angel is befriended by a charismatic serial killer named Lucius Jenkins (Gathegi)who has found God and been born again. From 10/05/17; opening; closing 12/03/17. Running Time: 2 hours 10 minutes, with one intermission. Our Review
Knives In Hens
From 10/19/17; closing 11/12/17. Written by David Harrower, directed by Paul Takacs. Cast: Robyn Kerr, Alvin Keith. What it's about In a preindustrial rural world, poised on the cusp of transformation, the fates of a young woman, her plowman husband, and the local miler collide in a quest for knowledge, agency, and freedom. Curtainup has reviewed two previous productions of this play: In London where it's still playing, and at Theater Exile in Piladelphia.
Lady Macbeth And Her Lover
The Directors Studio at The Directors Company 311 West 43rd Street, Suite 40
From 11/01/17; opening 11/02/17; closing 11/19/17. New play by Richard Vetere. What it's about: follows the intertwined lives of three women in their search for fame and love. Soul mates for life and beyond, lovers Hope and Corinne make a suicide pact. One lives . . . and the other goes on to win the Pulitzer Prize, posthumously. Years later, the dead woman's daughter knocks on the survivors door, demanding that she be her literary mentor. Inspired by the lives of Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton and Elizabeth Bishop, this psychological thriller challenges and feeds the soul.
The Last Match
Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre 111 W. 46 St.
New York premiere of Anna Ziegler's new play, directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch. From 9/28/17; opening 10/24/17; closing 12/24/17. What it's about: It's the semifinals of the U.S. Open, and two tennis greats are facing off in the match of their lives. Tim Porter, the aging all-American favorite, wants to prove to the world, his wife, and himself that he's still a champion. Hot-headed rising star Sergei Sergeyev struggles to believe he truly deserves to beat his lifelong hero. Cast: Wilson Bethel (Tim), Alex Mickiewicz (Sergei), Natalia Payne (Galina), and Zoë Winters (Mallory). Tim Mackabee (scenic design), Montana Blanco (costume design), Bradley King (lighting design), and Bray Poor (sound design). Approx. 100 minutes without intermission. Our Review
Keen Company at Clurman Theatre410 West 42nd Street 212/239-6200 www.keencompany.org
25th Anniversary Production of play by Steven Dietz, directed by Jonathan Silverstein. Cast: Arnie Burton, Matt McGrath. From 10/03/17; opening 10/19/17; closing 11/18/17. Anshuman Bhatia (scenic), Jennifer Paar (costumes), Paul Hudson (lighting) and Bart Fasbender (sound). Running Time: 2 hours including intermission. What it's about: Story of friendship in a time of crisis. Set in a small map store on the oldest street in an American city, this is an intimate portrait of two friends at the height of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Shop owner Jody becomes increasingly fearful of the world outside and the dangers it poses, refusing to leave his shop. Meanwhile Carl, his spirited friend, begins filling the store with a variety of mysterious chairs.
re-negotiation. Cast: Henry Aronson, John Herrera, Kimberly JaJuan, Trisha Jeffrey, Amanda Lea LaVergne. Our Review
The Mad Ones
Prospect Theater at 59E59 Theaters
Ann original musical by Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk, and directed by Stephen Brackett. From 11/07/17; closing 12/17/17.What it's about: Samantha Brown balances on the edge of her future, car keys in hand. As she sits in the driver's seat, she faces a choice: will she follow in her mother's footsteps, or take the dare of her impetuous best friend and chart a new path? Running Time, approximately 90
Marcel + The Art of Laughter
Theater for a New Audience, Polonsky Arts Center, Brooklyn. www.tfana.org
A double bill of comic one-acts. Cast: Jos Houben and Marcello Magni. From 10/27/17;opening 11/02/17; closing 11/19/17.What it's about:In Marcel, an aging physical comedian meets an inscrutable, clipboard-wielding nemesis mysteriously enjoined to test him with a battery of absurd tasks. In The Art of Laughter, everyday life such as a babys first steps, a man falling in a restaurant and the essence of various cheeses is dissected to reveal why laughter is at the core of our humanity. Our Review
Playwright Horizon Mainstage Theater (16 West 42nd Street
World premiere written and directed b7 Robert O'Hara. Cast: Andre De Shields,Bobby Moreno, Anson Mount, Stephen Schnetzer,Ariel Shafir, David Ryan Smith. From 12/15/17; opening 1/08/18; closing 1/28/18.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Romantic Century at the Pershing Square Signature Center.
Robert Fairchild will choreograph and star in the off-Broadway premiere by the Romantic Century group. From 12/21/17; opening 12/27/17; closing 1/07/18. Fairchild, a long time principal dancer with New York City Ballet has become an award-winning Broadway dancer-choreographer. Donald T. Sanders will direct. Additional information TBA.
Miles For Mary
Playwrights Horizons' Peter Jay Sharp Theater (416 West 42nd Street
Hit from The Mad Ones directed by Lila Neugebauer,with the original off-off-Broadway company members Marc Bovino, Joe Curnutte, Michael Dalto, and Stephanie Wright Thompson. From 1/11/18; opening 1/22/18; closing 2/04/18. What it's about: It's 1988 and the planning committee for the Garrison High School ninth annual Miles For Mary Telethon is fired up and ready to go. Set design by Amy Rubin, costume design by Asta Hostetter, lighting design by Mike Inwood and sound design by Stowe Nelson. Tuesdays through Fridays at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 2 & 7:30 PM and Sundays at 2 & 7PM.
Barrow Group Mainstage Theatre 312 W. 36 Street
New York premiere by Torben Betts in a coproduction with the Pond Theatre Company. From 11/11/17; opening 11/20/17; closing 12/12/16/17. Directed by Shannon Patterson. Cast: Jason Alan Carvellas Mat, Colleen Clinton as Jess, Lily Dorment as Karen, Richard Hollis as Simon, John Pirkis as Tony, and Sarah Street as Annie. Edward T. Morris (set), Kristin Isola (costumes), Solomon Weisbard (lights), Addison Heeren (props. What it's about: Set in the leafy north London suburb of Muswell Hill, a dinner party turns dangerously fraught, yet increasingly comical, as the host and guests rattle their upper middle class complacency to a point of no return.
Written by Nancy Bannon and Mollye Maxner, directed by Mollye Maxner. Cast: Nancy Bannon, Kelley Rae O'Donnell, Cody Robinson, Donte Bonner, Diego Aguirre, Thony Mena, Nile Harris, and Nathan Jan Yaffe. From 10/20/17; closing 11/05/17. What it's about: When Jude enters her estranged father's basement on the night of his funeral she unleashes his secret past. As she digs, two worlds collide, challenging everything she always believed about her family. The play won the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Choreography and was nominated for Outstanding New Play and Direction. Our Review
Oedpius El Rey
Public Theater's LuEsther Hall 420 Lafayette St.
New York premiere with the Sol Project. Cast: Juan Castano (Oedipus, Coro); Sandra Delgado (Jocasta); Julio Monge (Tiresias, Coro); Joel Perez (Creon, Coro); Brian Quijada (Coro); Reza Salazar (Coro); and Juan Francisco Villa (Laius, Coro). What it's about: A new take on the Greek tragedy, written by Luis Alfaro reimagines a troubled Latino whose dreams of controlling his own destiny soar above the barbed wire of the prison where he's spent his life. But in a place where everyone is trapped—by desperation or fate, history or violence—no one man can change his story alone. Love, family and belief collide. Scenic design by Riccardo Hernandez, costume design by Anita Yavich, lighting design by Lap Chi Chu, original music and sound design by Fabian Obispo, and fight and intimacy direction by Unkle Daves Fight House. The performance schedule is Tuesday through Saturday at 8:00 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 2:00 p.m. There is an added 2:00 p.m. performance on Wednesday, November 22. From 10/03/17; opening 10/26/16; closing 12/03/17. Running Time: 1 hour and 40 minutes, no intermission.. Our Review
NY premiere by Julia Cho and directed by Neel Keller. From 10/17/17; opening 11/08/17; closing 12/03 17. Cast: Greg Keller (David), Sue Jean Kim (Gina), Ki Hong Lee (Dennis), Adeola Role (Genevieve). What it's About: A teacher Gina was warned that one of her students would be a problem. Eighteen years old and strikingly odd, Dennis writes violently obscene work clearly intended to unsettle those around him. Determined to know whether he's a real threat, Gina compels Dennis to attend her office hours. But as the clock ticks down, Gina realizes that "good" versus "bad" is nothing more than a convenient illusion, and that the isolated young student in her office has learned one thing above all else: that for the powerless, the ability to terrify others is powerful indeed. Scenic design by Takeshi Kata, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Christopher Akerlind, and original music and sound design by Bray Poor.
Off The Meter, On The Record: Driving New York City Crazy For 35 Years
W. Scott McLucas Studio Stage at the Irish Repertory Theatre 132 West 22nd Street
Written and performed by John McDonagh and directed by Ciarán OReilly . From 10/06/17; opening 10/17/17; closing 11/18/17. What it's about: comedic glimpse into 35 years behind the wheel of a New York City yellow taxi, this is a pithy social commentary from New York's most recognizable cab driver about life spent behind the wheel. John McDonagh, veteran WBAI Radio host in NY, has condensed thirty plus years of activism, reality show antics and observation into a love song to the city that never sleeps. Scenic design by Charlie Corcoran, lighting design by Michael OConnor, sound design by M. Florian Staab. Our Review
People, Places & Things
St. Ann's Warehouse
American Premiere of the National Theatre/Headlong production of Duncan Macmillan play, directed by Jeremy Herrin. From 10/19/17; opening 10/15 closing 11/19/17. Cast: Denise Gough reprises jer Olivier Award-Winning Performance in a visceral depiction of dddiction. Our Review
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
Bedlam at The Duke on 42nd Street 229 West 42 street www.dukeon42.org or 646-223-301
J. M. Barrie's play, directed and performed by Eric Tucker. From 11//11/17; opening 11/19/17; closing 12/23/17 Cast (inhabiting 25 characters: Kelley Curran, Edmund Lewis, Susannah Millonzi, Zuzanna Szadkowski, Eric Tucker. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 7pm, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 7pm, with matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.
The Portuguese Kid
MTC City Center Stage 1 131 West 55th Street
Written and Directed by John Patrick Shanley and featuring Jason Alexander; also Sherie Rene Scott, and Mary Testa . From 9/19/17; opening 10/24/17; closing 12/10/18. What it's about: In Providence, Rhode Island, habitually widowed Atalanta pays a visit to her second-rate lawyer Barry Dragonetti (Jason Alexander). Intending to settle her latest husband's affairs, this larger-than-life Greek tightwad quickly becomes a nightmare for her cheesy, self-aggrandizing attorney. Add Barry's impossible Croatian mother, a dash of current politics and a couple of opportunistic young lovers, and you have in hand a recipe for comic combustion. Our Review
Pride and Prejudice
Primary Stages at the Cherry Lane Theater 48 Commerce Street
From 11/07/17; opening 11/19/17;closing 12/16/17. Playful adaptation of Jane Austen's classic romance, written by and featuring Kate Hamill, directed by Amanda Dehnert. Other cast members Mark Bedard as Wickham, Miss Bingley and “Mr. Collins; Kimberly Chatterjee as Lydia and Lady Catherine; Jason O'Connell as Mr. Darcy; Amelia Pedlow as Jane and Miss De Bourgh; Chris Thorn as Charlotte Lucas and Mr. Bennet; John Tufts as Bingley and Mary; Nance Williamson as Mrs. Bennet. Run time: 2 hours 25 minutes, with one intermission. Our Review
Red Roses, Green Gold
Minetta Lane Theate
>Music and lyrics by Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia with additional music by Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, Bob Weir and Greg Anton, founding and former members of the Grateful Dead. Book by Michael Norman Mann. Directed and choreographed by Rachel Klein. From 10/11/17;opening 10/29/17; open ended. What it's about: Set in Maryland in the 1920s and telling the fantastical and comedic tale of Jackson Jones and his family of swindlers as they gamble their way to love and riches. review
Lion Theatre 410 West 42 Street 212-239-6200.
World premiere by Victor L. Cahn, directed by Alberto Bonilla. From 11/04/17; opening 11/08/17; closing 11/25/17. What it's about: Melissa figures she has everything: a thriving career, a devoted partner (who never overstays his welcome), and the freedom to enjoy whatever and whomever else she wants. But when an unexpected visitor brings equally unexpected news, Melissa's rollicking life turns into comic confusion, replete with surprising twists and a tantalizing resolution. Cast: Elizabeth Inghram as Melissa, Zack Calhoon as Dave, Joy Donze as Beth
School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play
MCC atLucille Lortel Theatre 121 Christopher Street www.mcctheater.org .
World premiere by Jocelyn Bioh, directed by Rebecca Taichman. Cast: Nabiyah Be, MaameYaa Boafo, Paige Gilbert, Zainab Jah, Nike Kadri, Abena Mensah-Bonsu, Mirirai Sithole, Myra Lucretia Taylor. From 11/02/17; opening 11/19/17. What it's About: Paulina, the reigning Queen Bee at Ghana's most exclusive boarding school, has her sights set on the Miss Universe pageant. But the mid-year arrival of Ericka, a new student with undeniable talent and beauty, captures the attention of the pageant recruiter--and Paulinas hive-minded friends. Comic exploration of the universal similarities (and glaring differences) facing teenage girls across the globe. Scenic design by Arnulfo Maldonado, costume design by Dede Ayite, lighting design by Jen Schriever, sound design by Palmer Hefferan, dialect coaching by Deborah Hecht
Sgt. Stubby: The Great American War Dog Musical
St. Luke's Theatre, 46th Street 212-239-6200
A new musical inspired by the most decorated war dog of World War I, with book & lyrics by Jack Dyville and music & lyrics by Lawrence Wankel. From 11/12/16; opening 12/03/16; open run. Sergeant Stubby has been called the most decorated war dog of World War I and the only dog to be nominated for rank and then promoted to sergeant through combat, a claim having no official documentary evidence, but recognized in connection with an exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution. He was the official mascot of the 102nd Infantry Regiment, assigned to the 26th (Yankee) Division. Stubby served for 18 months and participated in seventeen battles on the Western Front. He saved his regiment from surprise mustard gas attacks, found and comforted the wounded, and once caught a German soldier by the seat of his pants, holding him there until American soldiers found him. Back home, his exploits were front-page stories in major newspapers. After returning home, Stubby became a celebrity - leading and marching in many parades across the country. the average American. For nearly a decade after the war until his death in 1926, Stubby was the most famous animal in the United States.Cast: oMatt Weinstein, Meghan Miller, Daniel Joseph Baker, Bryan Ernesto Menjivar, Patrick Steven Bovo, Zach Green, Richard Lisenby, Kate Zulaufand Taylor Grace Sumner. Darin Chumbley, Choreographer. Performances Saturdays at 8PM and Sundays at 2PM.
The Acorn Theatre 410 West 42nd Street 212-239-6200
New York revival William Nicholson love story of renowned Oxford scholar and Christian apologist C.S. Lewis and Jewish-Amercan writer and Christian convert Joy Davidman. Directed by Christa Scott-Reed. Cast: Daniel Gerroll , Robin Abramson, John C. Vennema, Sean Gormley,Dan Kremer Stephanie Cozart, Daryll Heysham, Jacob H. Knoll,jack Mccarthy,jacob Morrell. Running Time: 2 hours and 10 minutes including 1 intermission. From 10/1/17; opening 11/01/17/ closing 01/07/18. 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.
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
OK for ages 8 and up. The age category is probably conservative.
The Transport Group at Irondale Theater Center, 85 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn
Eugene O'Neill's 1923 Pulitzer-Prize winning play performed by David Greenspan (and only David Greenspan), developed with Kristina Corcoran Williams, directed by Jack Cummings III. From 10/06/17; opening 10/22/17; closing 11/18/17. Wednesday, Friday, Saturday @ 5pm. Running Time: 6 hours, includes two 15-minute intermissions and a dinner break catered by The Greene Grape included with most ticket options. This radical revival conceives the 9-act, 6 hour play as a solo performance. What it's about: Nina Leeds' life crumbles when her true love is killed in World War I. Flitting from one man to the next until she settles for a life she never wanted, stalked by the fantasy of the happiness she never shared with her late fiance. The play follows the lives of eight characters over the course of a half century. Part of Transport Group's 20th Century Project. General Admission (Dinner Included). Our Review
West Side Arts Theater
Written by Lisa Lampanelli, who also stars in play about four women and their radically different relationships with food and body image.Directed by Jackson Gay. After a brief run at WP theater the food-oriented comedy has returned to Off-Broaway-- reopened 10/31/17; closings 2/18/18. For more details check our original review
Tooting Arts Club production at Barrow Street Theatre www.SweeneyToddNYC.com
From an adaptation by Christopher Bond adaptation of Sondheim/Wheeler musical. From 2/14/17; opening 3/01/17; closing 4/13/17-extended, now closing 12/31/17. London's acclaimed production of the Demon Barber comes off-Broadway following sold-out runs in London where it debuted in Harrington's Pie and Mash Shop. It's directed by Bill Buckhurst with music supervisor Benjamin Cox and designed by Simon Kenny. The Theater is recreating the working pie-shop environment and traditional pie and mash will be served prior to the performance. adaptation by Christopher Bond, directed by Bill Buckhurst. Cast: Reprising their critically acclaimed performances from the original London Tooting production are British stage stars Jeremy Secomb (as Sweeney Todd), Siobhan McCarthy (as Mrs. Lovett), Duncan Smith (as Judge Turpin) and Joseph Taylor (as Tobias). They are joined by Matt Doyle (as Anthony), Alex Finke (as Johanna), Betsy Morgan (as Pirelli & Beggar Woman) and Brad Oscar (as The Beadle). Secomb, McCarthy, Smith and Taylor will stay with the production for eight weeks only through April 9, 2017. Beginning April 11, 2017, Norm Lewis (as Sweeney Todd), Carolee Carmello (as Mrs. Lovett), Jamie Jackson (as Judge Turpin) and John-Michael Lyles (as Tobias) join the cast. Set and costume designs by Simon Kenny, music supervision and arrangements by Benjamin Cox, music direction by Matt Aument, choreography by Georgina Lamb, lighting design by Amy Mae, sound design by Matt Stine. September 13, 2017 Update: The show has extended again, now closing 2/25/18. Our Review
Tiny Beautiful Things
Public's Newman Theater, 420 Lafayette Street
This hit show based on Sheryl Strayed's advice took gets a second life at the Public Theater this fall with the same "Sugar". From 9/19/17; opening 10/02/17; closing 12/10/17.To see what it's about see out review when it played at their smaller venue lsast year: Tiny Beautiful Things Review
Too Heavy For Your Pocket
Roundabout Underground's Black Box Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center 111 West 46th Street Visit
World premiere by Jireh Breon Holder, directed by Margot Bordelon Cast: Brandon Gill (Bella), Eboni Flowers (Dead Dog Park), Hampton Fluker (Shades of Blue), and Nneka Okafor (Troilus and Cressida). What it's about: Nashville in the summer of 1961 at the height of the Civil Rights Movement. Gill will play 20-year-old Bowzie Brandon, who gives up a life-changing college scholarship to join The Freedom Riders on their journey into the Deep Soth. From 9/15/17; opening 10/05/17; closing 11/26/17. review
Harvey Fierstein's play about love, family and drag performance in 1970s New York will return under the direction of Moises Kaufman. Starring Michael Urie. Cast, besides Urie: Jack Difalco, Ward Horton, Roxanna Hope Radja, Michael Rosen, Mercedes Rueh. What it's about: The story of Beckoff, a torch singer in drag who longs for a husband and family as well as respect from his mother, whose visit from Florida is the heart of the play's ending. It originally ran off-Broadway in separate parts: International Stud (1978), Fugue in a Nursery (1979) and Widows and Children First! (1979). It's now performed all at once in two acts with one intermission. From 9/26/17; opening 10/19/17; closing 12/09/17. Running time: Approx. 2 1/2 hours plus 1 intermission. review.
Toys: A Dark Fairy Tale
Written by Saviana Stanescu, directed by Gabor Tompa. From 11/08/17; closing 11/26/17.Cast: Tunde Skovran and Julia Ubrankovics. What it's about: Shari was born in a war-torn country, alone and fending for herself; Clara grew up in New York with the best of everything. These two very different characters, who led two very different lives, meet in an explosive encounter and discover a shared secret from their past.
Fiasco Theater at Classic Stage 136 East 13th Street www.classicstage.org
The popular Bardd comedy in Fiasco's own style, directed by Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld. Cast: Jessie Austrian (Olivia), Noah Brody (Orsino), Tina Chilip (Maria), Paul L. Coffey (Malvolio), Andy Grotelueschen (Sir Toby Belch), Javier Ignacio (Sebastian), David Samuel (Antonio), Ben Steinfeld (Feste), Paco Tolson (Sir Andrew Aguecheek) and Emily Young (Viola). Scenic design is by John Doyle, costume design by Emily Rebholz and lighting design by Ben Stanton. Tuesday through Thursday evenings at 7 pm; Fridays at 8 pm; Saturdays at 3 and 8 pm and Sundays at 3 pm. From 11/29/17 ; opening 12/14/17; closing 1/06/18 Tuesday through Thursday evenings at 7 pm; Fridays at 8 pm; Saturdays at 3 and 8 pm and Sundays at 3 pm.
20th Century Blues
Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 W. 42nd Street
NY premiere by Susan Miller, directed by Emily Mann. From 11/12/17; openng 11/26/17; closing 1/28/18.Scenic design and projection design by Beowulf Boritt, costumes by Jennifer von Mayrhauser, lighting by Jeff Croiter and sound by -winner Darron L West. This is a rental, not a Signature production. What it's about: An argument. A Ted Talk. Emotional mutiny. And a bond that connects four women who meet once a year for a photo shoot, chronicling their changing (and aging) selves as they navigate through love, careers, children, and major world events. But, when these private photographs have the potential to go public, their relationships are tested, forcing the women to confront who they are, what they've become, and how they'll deal with whatever lies ahead. Tuesday 7:30 PM, Wednesday 2:00 PM & 7:30 PM, Thursday 7:30 PM, Friday 7:30 PM, Saturday 2PM & 8:00 PM, Sunday 2:00 PM. Running Time apporx. 85 minutes.
What Were Up Against
WP Theater 2162 Broadway at 76th Street
Off-Broadway premiere of 1992 black comedy by Theresa Rebeck, directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt. From 10/28/17; opening 11/08/17/closing 12/03/17. Cast: Skylar Astin, Marg Helgenberger, Jim Parrack, Krysta Rodriguez and Damian Young. What it's about: Janice gives voice to the title to Eliza, the brainy new recruit at a small-shop architecture firm where she's still struggling to get a foothold on even the lowest rung of the company ladder amid office politics and social maneuvering. Scenic design by Narelle Sissons, costume design by Tilly Grimes, lighting design by Grant Yeager and sound design by M.L. Dogg. Running time: approx 85 minutes.
Lincoln Center's Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
Lila Neugebauer' Pulitzer Prize runner-up debuted last year under auspices of Playwrights Realm at the Duke on 42nd Street. Good reviews resulted in a 2nd run there. Now it returns to LCT on 11/01/17; opening 11/20/17. Same cast. For details, see our review of the original production (which was positive though not a rave) click here .
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