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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

Ah, Wilderness!
The Sheen Center in The Black Box Theater 18 Bleecker Street 212-925-2812
). Eugene O'Neill's sunniest play Performances are Thursdays & Fridays at 7:30pm and Saturdays at 2pm & 7:30pm.m. From 1/25/19; opening 1/26/19; closing 2/17/19. Cast:Peter Calvin Atkinson, Sean Cleary, Ken Trammel, Lynn Laurence, Ted McGuinness, Renee Petrofes, Jim Haines, Megan McDevitt, Heather Olson, Natalie Pavelek, Mark J Quiles, Hugh Sinclair, Marshall Taylor Thurman and Douglas Wann). Our Review
 

Alice By Heart
Newman Mills Theater at The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space 511 West 52nd Street
New York premiere of musical with book by Steven Sater with Jessie Nelson, music by Duncan Sheik, lyrics by Steven Sater. Directed by Jessie Nelson. From 2/10/19;opening 2/26/19; closing 3/31/19. Cast: Molly Gordon as Alice and Colton Ryan as Alfred/The White Rabbit, along with Mia DiLena, Zachary Downer, Noah Galvin, Ari Groover, Michael Hartung, Zachary Infantek, Andrew Kober, Grace McLean, Andrew Mueller, Nkeki Obi-Melekwe, Catherine Ricafort, Heath Saunders, Wesley Taylorand Natalie Walker.Choreography by Rick and Jeff Kuperman, set design by Edward Pierce, costume design by Paloma Young, lighting design by Bradley King, sound design by Dan Moses Schreier, hair, wig and makeup design by J. Jared Janas, dialect coach Stephen Gabis, orchestrations by Duncan Sheik, additional orchestrations by Simon Hale, music direction and vocal arrangements by Jason Hart. The Production Stage Manager is Davin De Santis and the Stage Manager is Jason Pacella. What it's about: In the rubble of the London Blitz of World War II, Alice Spencer's budding teen life is turned upside down, and she and her dear friend Alfred are forced to take shelter in an underground tube station. When the ailing Alfred is quarantined, Alice encourages him to escape with her into their cherished book and journey down the rabbit hole to Wonderland.

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 productionhereClosing 4/28/19 after a 15-year run.


Boesman and Lena
Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center
Written by Athol Fugard, directed by Yael Farber. From 2/05/19; opening2/25/19; closing 3/17/19. Cast: Zainab Jah as Lena, Sahr Ngaujah as Boesman and Thomas Silcott as Old African.Susan Hilferty (Scenic & Costume Design), Amith Chandrashaker (Lighting Design), Matt Hubbs (Sound Design), UnkleDave's Fight-House (Fight Direction), and Barbara Rubin (Dialect Coach). The Production Stage Manager is Cherie B. Tay. What it's abut: Displays the struggles of abusive Boesman and his long-suffering wife Lena, who encounter a stranger while wandering the South African wastelands.

Bonnie’s Last Flight
Next door at NYTW at Fourth Street Theatre 83 East 4th St nytw.org; 212-460-5475
Cast: Barbara Walsh, Ceci Fernandez, Federico Rodriguez, Greig Sargeant, Sam Breslin Wright. Comedy by Eliza Bent, directed by Annie Tippe. From 2/08/19; opening 2/13/19; closing 3/02/19. What it's about:The audience sits on a tarmac before take-off, for Jan;s final retirement flight. Meredith Ries (scenic design), Oona Curley (lighting design), John Gasper (sound design), David Pym (video design), Heather McDevitt Barton (costume design), Rhys Roffey (props design), Bob Brownell (production stage manager).

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.

By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center
Play by Lynn Nottage, directed by Kamilah Forbes. From 1/29/19; opening 2/19/19; closing 3/03/19. Cast: Jenni Barber as Gloria, Jessica Frances Dukes as Vera, Manoel Felciano as Max/Peter, Warner Miller as Leroy/Herb, Carra Patterson as Anna Mae/Afua, Heather Alicia Simms as Lottie/Carmen and David Turner as Brad/Slavick. Clint Ramos (Scenic Design), Dede M. Ayite (Costume Design), Matt Frey (Lighting Design), Mikaal Sulaiman (Sound Design), Katherine Freer (Projection Design) and Daniel Kluger (Composition). The Production Stage Manager is Laura Wilson. For a review of previous production go here.


The Cake
MTC Stage I
New York premiere byBekah Brunstetter, directed by MTC's artistic director Lynne Meadow and Starring Debora Joe Rupp;also .Marinda Anderson, Genevieve Angelson., and Dan Daily. From 2/12/19; opening 3/05/19... For more about the play see our Review of the Berkshire production

Chick Flick the Musical
The Westside Theatre 407 W. 43rd Street
Book, music and lyrics by Suzy Conn, music direction by Matt Castle, choreography by Sarah O'Gleby, directed by David Ruttura. What it's about: Karen, Dawn, Sheila, and Meg get together to unwind, watch a chick flick, and play their favorite drinking game. As the festivities proceed and the tequila flows, can the power of meet cutes and makeover montages save the day as relationship drama and career crises bubble to the surface? Cast: Sharon Catherine Brown, Lindsay Nicole Chambers, Carla Duren, Megan Sikora, Jillian Louis and Madison Stratton. Scenic design by Jason Sherwood costume design by Suzy Benzinger, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, sound design by Peter Fitzgerald, hair, wig and make-up design by Campbell Young Associates. Music supervision, arrangements, and orchestrations by Frank Galgano and Matt Castle. Monday - Saturday at 7:30pm with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm.

Cleopatra
Chelsea Music Hall 407 W 15th Street
Another immersive pop musical experience. From 10/23/18; opening 11/07/18. open ended. Music and lyrics by Jeff Daye and lyrics by Laura Kleinbaum, directed and choreographed by JT Horenstein. This is a new venue located beneath Chelsea Market. The show will play 8 performances a week. What it's about: The legendary Queen of the Nile is throwing one of her famously lavish parties to celebrate the Empire's latest triumphs over Rome, and you are invited to attend. Inside the palace, drinks flow, and music seduces as guests are met with every indulgence. But outside the city walls, the alluring Marc Antony beckons, the nefarious Octavian lurks, and Cleopatra's enemies plot a violent end to her prosperous reign. The Queen better watch her back. It's designed as an interactive experience. And the music is a pop and electronic dance music score spun by a live DJ Cast: Nya (Cleopatra), Christian Brailsford (Marc Antony),Dusty Ray Bottoms (Mistress of Ceremonies), Sydney Parra (Iris), and Corbin Payne (Octavian) along with Alexia Sielo, Audrey Rose Young, Brendan Henderson, Cody Mowery, Timothy Wilson, Yuriko Miyake, and Alison Ingelstrom. Costume design by celebrity fashion designer Nicolas Putvinsky, scenic design by Christopher Bowser, lighting design by Joe Cantalupo, sound design by Drew Levy, electronic music design by Lloyd Kikoler, music direction by Cynthia Meng, and vocal arrangements by Brian Usifer.


colin Quinn Red State Blue State
Audible at Minetta Lane 18 Minetta Lane
New comedy written and performed by Colin Quinn, directed by Bobby Moresco. From 1/05/19; opening 1/22/19; closing 3/03/19. What it's about: The satirical sage from Brooklyn lays bare the absurdities, hypocrisies and calamities on both sides of the political divide. Set design by Edward T. Morris, sound design by Sam Kusnetz, and lighting design by Aaron Copp. Our Review
 

The Convent
Mezzanine Theatre at A.R.T./New York Theatres 502 West 53rdStreet
World premiere production of a new play by Jessica Dickey, directed by Daniel Talbot. From 1/16/19; opening 1/24/19; 17/1.. Cast: Amy Berryman), Annabel Capper, Margaret Odette, Brittany Anikka Liu, Lisa Ramirez, Samantha Soule, Wendy vanden Heuvel. What it's about: a group of women go on a retreat to live like nuns in the Middle Ages and are baptized with 80s pop, female mysticism, hallucinogens and sex. Scenic design by Raul Abrego, costume design by Tristan Raines, lighting design by Joel Moritz, sound design by Erin Bednarz, projection design by Katherine Freer, and fight direction by Unkle Dave's Fight-House. Our Review


The Cradle Will Rock
Classic Stage 136 E. 13th Street
Marc Blitzstein;s allegorical play in music directed by John Doyle. From 3/21/19; opening 4/03/19; closing 5/19/19. Cast: Ken Barnett as Editor Daily, Eddie Cooper as Junior Mister, Benjamin Eakeley as Reverend Salvation, David Garrison as Mr. Mister, Ian Lowe as Yasha, Kara Mikula as Sister Mister,Lara Pulver as Moll, Sally Ann Triplett as Mrs. Mister, Rema Webb,Tony Yazbeck as Larry Foreman.Scenic designer John Doyle, costume designer Anne Hould-Ward, lighting designers Jane Cox and Tess James, and music supervisor Greg Jarrett. What it's about: set in Steeltown, USA, where laborer Larry Foreman struggles to unionize fellow steel workers against mounting attacks from a greedy industrialist, a certain Mister Mister. As a cross-section of society shows up in a night court, the extent to which Mister Mister has bought the support and control of nearly all people—the editor of the local newspaper; the preacher; the doctor; artists—and in
stitutions becomes brazenly apparent.

Daddy
The New Group at Pershing Square Signature Center
Play by Jeremy o. Harris, Directed by Danya Taymor. Cast: Alan Cumming. What it's about: Franklin, a young black artist on the verge of his first show, meets Andre (Cumming), an older white art collector, and before long their feverish link deepens into an irresistible bond. But when Franklin's Christian mother decides that her son is in peril, she enters into a battle of wills with Andre over the soul of the man they both call baby. Basquiats and Birkins, gospel and pop, and fantasy and reality collide around a Bel Air swimming pool in a surreal exploration of intimacy and identity. Performanes: February-March

Dance of Death in repertory with Mies Julie
Classic Stage's Lynn F. Angelson Theater 136 East 13th Stree
Strindberg's Dance of Death newly adapted by Conor McPherson, directed by Victoria Clark. Mies Julie adapted by Yael Farber from Strindberg's Miss Julie, directed by Shariffa Ali. In repertory from 1/15/19; opening 2/10/18; closing 3/10/19. Mies Julie cast: Elise Kibler as Julie, James Udom as John, Vinie Burrows as Ukhokho, and Patrice Johnson Chevannes as Christine. David L. Arsenault (Scenic Design), Ntokozo Fuzunina Kunene and Andrew Moerdyk (Costume Design), Stacey Derosier (Lighting Design), Quentin Chiappetta (Sound Design), and Andrew Orkin (Composer).

The Dance of Death Cast: Cassie Beckas Alice, Richard Topol as Edgar, and Christopher Innvar as Kurt. David L. Arsenault (Scenic Design), Tricia Barsamian (Costumes), Stacey Derosier (Lighting Design), Quentin Chiappetta (Sound Design), and Jeff Blumenkrantz (Composer). Run Time MiesJulie one hour and 15 minutes with no intermission; for The Dance of Death 1 hour and 45 minutes without intermission.
Dance of Death Review
  Mies Julie Review
 

Death of a Driver
Urban Stages 259 West 30th Street
World Premiere by Will Snider, directed by Kim T. Sharp. From 3/01/19; opening 3/04/19; closing 3/24/19. What it's about: Sarah is an American engineer. Kennedy is an East African taxi driver. They strike up a friendship and embark on a journey to change rural Kenya building new roads. But when a disputed local election lands Kennedy in jail and threatens the work, Sarah questions the integrity of their alliance and wonders how well she knows the man she thought was her friend. Cast: Sarah Baskins and Patrick Ssenjovu. Frank Oliva (Set Designer), John Salutz (Lighting Designer), Ian Wehrle (Sound Designer). Do You Feel Anger?
Vineyard Theatre 108 East 15th Street
Dark comedy by Mara Nelson-greenberg,directed By Margot Bordelon. Cast: Tom Aulino, Ugo Chukwu, Megan Hill,Justin Long, Greg Keller, Tiffany Villarin. From 3/13/19; opening 3/31/19; closing.Scenic design by Laura Jellinek, costume design by Emilio Sosa, lighting design by Marie Yokoyama, and sound design by Palmer Hefferan. What it's about: Sofia (Villarin) is hired as an empathy coach at a debt collection agency where the unspoken dynamics of seemingly blithe workplace culture become increasingly unsettling. This absurdly funny ?and potent ?new play, directed by Margot Bordelon, reminds us that change is not always easy, and may come with unexpected costs.



Fiddler on the Roof
Museum of Jewish Heritage's Edmond J. Safra Theatre
The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene production, directed by Joel Grey. From 7/04/18; opening 7/15/18; closing 12/18/18. Update: The often revived production will move uptown on 2/11/19 with an official re-opening on 2/21/19. Stephen Skybell and Jackie Hoffman are on board again. Scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, costume design by Ann Hould-Ward, choreography by Stas Kmiec, lighting design by Peter Kaczorowski, and musical direction and conducting by Zalmen Mlotek. Sheldon Harnick, Fiddler on the Roof's lyricist, and Harold Prince, the musical's original director, will serve as consultants on the project. Our Review


Fiercely Independent
SoHo Playhouse 15 Vandam St /www.fiercelysoho.com
World premiere by Kathleen K. Johnson. From 3/01/19; opening 3/06/19; closing 4/07/19. Cast: Megan Pickrell, Patrick Cummings and Jordan Sobel. What it's about: Julie and Robert have been married for four years. They are not getting along. They decide to spend 24 hours together in a hotel room with no television, no cellphones, no internet or computers to see if they can work things out and in separate beds. Set and lighting design by Will Cotton; costume design by Rodney Harper. Original music and lyricsby Andrew David Sotomayor. Wednesdays through Fridays at 7 pm; Saturdays at 2 and 7 pm, and Sundays at 3 pm.

Fleabag
SoHo Playhouse 15 Vandam St
Written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, making her New York stage debut, and directed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge's long-time collaborator Vicky Jones. From 2/27/19; opening 3/07/19; closing 4/14/19. The play inspired inspired the hit television series, Fleabag. What it's about: a look at some sort of woman living her sort of life. With family and friendships under strain and a guinea pig cafe struggling to keep afloat, Fleabag suddenly finds herself with nothing to lose.

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)

Gloria: A Life
Daryl Roth Theatre on Union Square 101 East 15th Street
World premiere ofa new play about Gloria Steinem as a symbol of past, present and future change. Written by Emily Mann, directed by Diane Paulus. Starring Christine Lahti. as Gloria Steinem on January 29, 2019 Featuring 6 actors, From 10/02/18; opening 10/18/18; closing 3/31/19. What it's about: Weaves together personal and history-changing moments of the past fifty years, from consciousness among a few women, to the majority tipping point of national and global consciousness that we are now witnessing. Includes Gloria's early adventures as a rare female reporter and stories of the people who inspired her and led her to inspire others.As of 1/29/19 Patricia Kalember takes over the title role
Our Review
 
God Said This
Primary States at the Cherry Lane Theater primarystages.org

.Leah Nanako Winkler's play, directed by Morgan Gould. Ako (Masako), Satomi Blair (Hiro), Tom Coiner (John), Emma Kikue (Sophie) and Jay Patterson (James). Sets by Arnulfo Maldonado; costumes by Jessica Pabst; lighting by Ryan Seelig; sound by M.L. Dogg; production stage manager, Jessica R. Aguilar; production manager. Running time: 1 hour 45 minutes. What it's about: about family and loss in a dysfunctional family.

God Shows Up
Playroom Theater 151 West 46th Street, just east of 7th Avenue
a new play by Peter Filichia. From 1/31/19; opening 2/10/19; closing 2/21/19. What it's aboutWhat happens when God chooses to drop in to his creation of Earth after an absence of a couple of thousand years? Why does he choose the broadcast studio of a well-known televangelist who serves all faiths from his megachurch in Saint Louis? What is God's true take on God? What is God's true take on religion?. Directed by Christopher Scott. Cast: Maggie Bofill, Lou Liberatore and Christopher Sutton. Josh Iacovelli (set design), Michael Piatkowski (costume design), Joan Racho-Jansen (lighting design) and Andy Evan Cohen (projection and sound design). Craig M. Rosenthal is Production Stage Manager. Thurs-Sun at 7 pm. Please note: There will be additional performances on 2/18, 2/19 & 2/20 at 7pm.



Hatef**k
WP Theater 2162 Broadway at 76th Street
World premiere by Rehana Lew Mirza, starringK avi Ladnier and Sendhil Ramamurthy. From 3/03/19; opening 3/13/19; closing 3/31/19. direct this bracingly insightful new play, which begins Off-Broadway previews on Sunday, March 3, 2019. What it's about: Passions ignite when Layla, an intense literature professor, accuses Imran, a brashly iconoclastic novelist, of trading in anti-Muslim stereotypes. But as their attraction grows into something more, they discover that good sex doesn’t always make good bedfellows. Scenic design by Anshuman Bhatia, costume design by Sarita Fellows, lighting design by Barbara Samuels and sound design by Joanna Lynne Staub. The Performance schedule is Tuesday-Thursday at 7PM, Friday at 8PM, Saturday at 2 & 8PM, and Sunday at 3PM.

Hurricane Diane
New York Theatre Workshop 79 E. 4th Street
Written by Pulitzer Prize finalist Madeleine George and directed by Leigh Silverman. From 2/06/. What it's about: Diane, a permaculture gardener dripping with butch charm and supernatural abilities owing to her true identity as the Greek god Dionysus. She's returned to the modern world to gather mortal followers and restore the Earth to its natural state, beginning with four housewives in a suburban New Jersey cul-de-sac. Cast: Mia Barron, Michelle Beck, Becca Blackwell, Danielle Skraastad and Kate Wetherhead. Scenic design by Rachel Hauck, costume design by Kaye Voyce, lighting design by Barbara Samuels, sound design by Bray Poor, original music by The Bengsons and choreography by Raja Feather Kelly . Melanie J. Lisby is Stage Manager.


If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka
Mainstage Theater at Playwrights Horizons 416 W 42nd St.
World Premiere by Tori Sampson, directed by Leah C. Gardiner and choreographed by Raja Feather Kelly. From 2/15/19; opening 3/10/19; closing 3/31/19. What it's about: In the village of Affreakah-Amirrorkah, no one questions that Akim is the one true, perfect beauty—not even her jealous classmates. But they'll be damned before they let her be the leading lady in this story. A decidedly contemporary riff on a Nigerian fable, Cast: Rotimi Agbabiaka, Maechi Aharanwa, Jason Bowen, Antoinette Crowe-Legacy, Ian Duff, Níke Uche Kadri, Mirirai Sithole, and Phumzile Sitole, Carla R. Stewart.. In the village of Affreakah-Amirrorkah, no one questions that Akim is the one true, perfect beauty—not even her jealous classmates. But they'll be damned before they let her be the leading lady in this story. A decidedly contemporary riff on a Nigerian fable with live music and dance, as these frenemies jockey for their rank in a culture built on ideals forever out of reach. Louisa Thompson (Scenic Designer), Dede M. Ayite (Costume Designer), Matt Frey (Lighting Designer), and Ian Scot (Original Music and Sound Designer), Alyssa K. Howard (Production Stage Manager)

Imagining Madoff
59e59 Theater C
NY premiere written by Deb Margolin and directed by Jerry Heymann.From 3/01/1; opening 3/06/19; closing 3/23/19.Tuesday – Friday at 7:30 PM; Saturday at 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM; Sunday at 2:30 PM. Cast: Jenny Allen, Gerry Bamman and Jeremiah Kissel. Dara Wishingrad (scenic design); Michael O'Connor (lighting design); Kara Branch (costume design); and Leila Ben-Abdallah (prop design). Running Time: 95 minutes, no intermission. For an idea of what to expect see our review of the play (different cast) inDC.

I'm Not A Comedian. . .I'm Lenny Bruce
The Cutting Room 44 E 32nd St
New York production written by and starring ronnie Marmo. as Lenny Bruce. Joe Mantenga will direct. From 10/23/18; opening 11/03/18; closing 2/23/19. Running time: approximately 90-minutes



Jersey Boys
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.

Joan
Colt Coer atHERE 866-811-4111
Play by Stephen Belber. Directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt. Cast: Johanna Day (Joan), Adam Harrington (Man) and Marjan Neshat (Woman). Sets by Andrew Moerdyk; sound by Amy Altadonna; lighting by Grant Yeager; costumes by Emily Rebholz; props by Kelvin Pater; projections by Kate Ducey; stage manager, Carolynn Richer; technical director and production manager, Emma Johnson.Opening 1/29/19; closing 2/16/19. Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes.

Juno and the Paycock
The Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage of Irish Rep on @. 22nd Street
The second installment of the Rep's Sean O'Casey trlogy,. directed by Neil Pepe. Cast: . Una Clancy, Terry Donnelly, Rory Duffy, Meg Hennessy, John Keating, Robert Langdon Lloyd, Ed Malone, Michael Mellamphy, Ciaran'Reilly, Maryann Plunkett, James Russell, Harry Smith, and Sarah Street. From 3/09/19; closing 5/25/19. What it's about: Jack Boyle is out of work and determined to stay that way. He postures and drinks with his sidekick Joxer while his long-suffering wife Juno struggles to support their family and maintain their dilapidated tenement flat. Their son Johnny, crippled fighting in the revolution, cowers indoors to avoid the bitter new civil war, while his sister Mary considers her options for the future. When a handsome visitor arrives with news of an inheritance, the family begins to plan their new life, but their apparent salvation soon reveals itself to be the cause of their ruin. One of the great plays of the twentieth century, a devastating portrait of wasted potential in a Dublin torn apart by the chaos of the Irish Civil War. For our review of the Rep's 2013 revivalgo here




The Light
MCC Theater's Susan & Ronald Frankel Theater at The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space 511 West 52nd Street
Premiere production at company's new home is written by Loy A. Webb, and directed by Logan Vaughn. Cast: McKinley Belcher III and Mandi Masden. Scenic design by Kimie Nishikawa, costume design by Emilio Sosa, lighting design by Ben Stanton, sound design by Elisheba Ittoop; the Stage Manager is Kasson Marroquin. From 1/23/19; opening 2/10/19; closing 3/17/19. Running Time: 70 minutes. What it's about: For Rashad and Genesis on what should be one of the happiest days of their lives, quickly unravels when ground-shifting accusations from the past resurface. Can their relationship survive the growing divide between them over who and what to believe?
Our Review
 


Mac Beth
Red Bull Company at the Lucill Lortel Theater
Adapted and directed by Erica Schmidt from Shakespeare. From 5/07/19; opening 5/19/19; closing 6/02/19. What it's about:7 girls meet up to do a play in an empty lot outside the city on an autumn afternoon. School uniform tartan transforms in this American urban wasteland. The girls are witches, ghosts, and kings. They hurl headlong into the unchecked passions of Macbeth, as the line between real life and blood fantasy quickly blurs. Through prophecies and smartphones, unexpected resonances emerge from Shakespeare’s dark nightmare of ambition gone awry. Set design by Catherine Cornell, costume design by Jessica Pabst, lighting design by Jeff Croiter, and sound design by Erin Bednarz. Running time is 90 minutes with no intermission. Casting TBA.

Make Believe
Second Stage Tony Kiser Theater 305 West 43rd Street
From early August 2019; opening late August. Details TBA. What it's about, Wohl's cartoon like comedy played previously at Hartford Stage.

A Man for All Seasons
Acorn Theatre 410 West 42nd Street
Written by Robert Bolt, directed byChrista Scott-Reed . From 1/11/19; opening 1/23/19; closing 2/24/19. Cast: Michael Countryman as Sir Thomas More, Carolyn McCormick as his wife, Alice, Trent Dawson, Todd Cerveris, Kim N. Wong. Wcenic design by Steven C. Kemp (Cabaret), costume design by Theresa Squire (High Fidelity), lighting design by Aaron Porter, original music and sound design by Tony Award nominee John Gromada. review

Maverick
Connelly Theater 220 E. 4 th St., between Ave. A & Ave. B)www.mavericktheplay.com .
World premiere by Frank Beacham and George Demas. A dramatization of co-author Beacham's real-life experience collaborating with Orson Welles in the months leading up to his death. From2/06/19; opening 2/13/19; closing 3/02/19. What it's about: In early 1985, then-video production company owner Frank Beacham embarked on a groundbreaking creative journey with revolutionary technology-- the first handheld camera and recorder combination. Told through a series of flashbacks, including glimpses of Welles' masterpieces Citizen Kane and Touch of Evil , and featuring cameo characters of Hollywood legends like Merv Griffin and Zsa Zsa Gabor, as well as TV host Robin Leach. Cast: Stephen Pilkington and George Demas as Beacham and Welles, with Alex Lin, Matthew Mundy, Brian Parks, and Jed Peterson. Scenic and prop design is by Tekla Monson; lighting design is by David Zeffren; costume design is by Jess Gersz; and sound design is by Tyler Kieffer. Co-directed by David Elliott and George Demas.

Merrily We Roll Along
Laura Pels Theatre 111 West 46th Street
Roundabout will present Fiasco Theater's new production of show featuring a book by George Furth and music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, based on and with additional material from the original play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. Directed by Noah Broady, choreographed by Lorin Latarro. Cast: Manu Narayan, Brittany Bradford, Jessie Austrian, Ben Steinfeld, Paul L. Coffey, and Emily Young. Scenic Design by Derek McLane. Costume Design by Paloma Young. Lighting Design by Christopher Akerlind. Sound Design by Peter Hylenski. Fiasco Theater Singing and Alexander Technique Consultant: Kathryn Armour. Production Stage Mananger: Mark Dobrow. Music Director/Orchestrations & New Arrangements Alexander Gemignani.What it's about: a trio of friends in showbiz who fall apart and come together over two decades. From 1/12/19; opening 2/19/19; closing 4/07/19. Running time: 1 hour and 45 minutes with no intermission. Scenic Design Derek McLane. Costume Design Paloma Young. Lighting Design Christopher Akerlind. Sound Design Peter Hylenski. Music Contractor Meg Zervoulis. Fiasco Theater Singing and Alexander Technique Consultant Kathryn Armour. Production Stage Mananger Mark Dobrow. For the history of the show's long trajectory, see the following link: https://www.roundabouttheatre.org/education/for-audiences/upstage-guide/

Mies Julie, see Dance of Death

Mike Birbiglia: The New One
Cherry Lane Theatre 38 Commerce Street, www.TheNewOne.com
) A new comedy written and performed by Mike Birbiglia. Latest in popular previous solos. It's directed by Seth Barrish.Set design by Beowulf Boritt. Opens 8/02/18. review

Miracle In Rwanda
The Lion at Theater Row 410 W. 42 St
– Solo play by Leslie Lewis and Edward Vilga. Based on a true story about one young woman’s remarkable survival during the Rwandan genocide 25 years ago, follows a world tour. From 4/04/19; opening 4/09/19; closing 4/21/19. Stars Rwandan actress Malaika Uwamahoro, .directed by George Drance. Tuesdays through Thursdays at 7 pm; Fridays at 8 pm; Saturdays at 2 and 8 pm; and Sundays at 3 pm.

Mies Julie (See Dance of Death, above)

The Mother
Atlantic's Linda Gross Theater 336 West 20th Street
US premiere production of play by Florian Zeller (which preceded hisThe Father), translated by Christopher Hampton, and directed by Trip Cullman. Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Chris Noth, Justice Smith, Odessa Young. From 2/20/19; opening 3/11/19; closing 4/07/19. What it's about: Can one love one's son too much? Anne has given everything to the family she's built. Now the years have gone by, and her children have grown up and have lives and loves of their own, leaving her alone in a world that is crumbling around her. Scenic design by Mark Wendland, costume design by Anita Yavich, lighting design by Ben Stanton, sound design and original composition by Fitz Patton, projections by Lucy MacKinnon. Tuesday at 7:00pm, Wednesday-Saturday at 8:00pm, Saturday and Sunday at 2:00pm, Sunday evening performances at 7:00pm on 2/24, 3/3, 3/10.Wednesday afternoon performances at 2:00pm on 3/20, 3/27, 4/3

Mrs. Murray's Menagerie
Ars Nova at Greenwich House 27 Barrow Street
World premiere created by The Mad Ones and Phillip James Brannon, Brad Heberlee, Carmen M. Herlihy and January LaVoy. Directed by Lila Neugebauer. What it's about: The creators of a 1970's children's television program have commissioned a focus group to probe the parents of the target audience. Over stale coffee and donuts, a group of strangers navigates the murky waters of American belief and perception. Cast: Company members Marc Bovino, Joe Curnutte, Michael Dalto and Stephanie Wright Thompson and Phillip James Brannon, Brad Heberlee, Carmen M. Herlihy and January LaVoy. You-Shin Chen & Laura Jellinek (Scenic Design), Ásta Bennie Hostetter (Costume Design), Mike Inwood (Lighting Design), Stowe Nelson (Sound Design), Emmie Finckel & Noah Mease (Prop Design). From 3/26/19; opening 4/08/19; closing 4/27/19.

Nassim
Barrow Street Theatricals at Stage II 131 West 55th Street
American premiere of the Nassim Soleimanpour and Bush Theatre production of Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour, featuring direction by Omar Elerian.Design by Keith Truax. From 12/06/18; opening 12/12/18; closing 4/20/19. No rehearsals. A different guest actor at every performance. A sealed envelope. And some surprises as Nassim explores the power of language to unite us in these uncertain times. Running Time: 75 Minutes, No intermission.
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The Other Josh Cohen
Westside Theatre 407 West 43rd Street
New production of the musical comedy that was nominated for six Drama Desk Awards and the Lortel Award for Outstanding Musical back in 2012. Book, Music and Lyrics by David Rossmer and Steve Rosen, who will co-star in the title roles, under the direction of Hunter Foster. From 10/26/18; opening 11/12/18; closing 2/24/19. What it's about: Josh Cohen just can't get a break. He's single, broke and to top it all off, his apartment's been robbed of everything but a Neil Diamond CD. Soon, though, his luck takes a turn when a mysterious envelope arrives that changes his life forever. review


Paul Mecurio's Permission to Speak
Actors Temple Theatre 339 West 47th Street
Immersive comedy , starring Emmy and Peabody Award-winner Paul Mecurio. From 10/28/18; open ended. The twist here is that the audience is the star as Mecurio engages and improvises with them about who they are, their lives, interests, personal experiences and what they honestly think in a safe space created by Mecurio.

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
 
The Plough and the Stars
Irish Rep's Francis J. Greenburger Mainstag
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The last of the Rep's Sean O'Casey season, directed by Charlotte Moore. Cast: Una Clancy, Terry Donnelly, Rory Duffy, Meg Hennessy, John Keating, Robert Langdon Lloyd, Ed Malone, Michael Mellamphy, Ciaran O'Reilly, Maryann Plunkett, James Russell, Harry Smith, and Sarah Street. From 4/20/19; closing 5/25/19. What it's about: Pretty young newlywed Nora Clitheroe is the talk of her tenement as she tirelessly works to lift her family out of their impoverished circumstances. She tries to keep her husband Jack from the revolutionary fervor sweeping through Dublin. But Jack becomes a Commandant in the Irish Citizen Army, and when the Easter Rising of 1916 begins, he leaves a pregnant Nora to help lead the fight. The disparate, quarrelsome tenement residents are forced to shelter together as urban warfare makes their home nearly as treacherous as the streets. Passions and ideals rise and converge, but in the end, loss and devastation triumph over the promise of a new Ireland. Thr plays inspired the first collaboration between Irish Rep founders Charlotte Moore and Ciaran O'Reilly in 1988m and was Irish Rep’s first production. It was staged once more at Irish Rep in 1997.

The Price Of Thomas Scott
Mint Theater at Theater row 420 W 42nd Street
American premiere of comedy drama by English playwright Elizabeth Baker,directed by Jonathan Bank. Cast: Donald Corren, Andrew Fallaize, Emma Geer, Josh Goulding, Mitchell Greenberg, Nick LaMedica, Jay Russell, Tracy Sallows, Mark Kenneth Smaltz, Ayana Workman, and Arielle Yoder. From 1/24/19; opening 2/20/19; closing 3/23/19. Scenic design by Vicki R. Davis; costume design by Hunter Kazcorowski; lighting design by Christian DeAngelis; sound design by Jane Shaw; and prop design by Chris Fields. Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 7:30pm with matinees Saturday & Sunday at 2pm. No performance on Tuesday February 5th, with Special Added Matinees at 2pm on February 6th, 13th and March 20th. What it's about: A businessman hesitates to sell his shop for conversion into a dance hall, because he considers dancing immoral. This after only one production (at the Gaiety Theatre in Manchester, 1913).Running time: 90 minutes.


Queen of Hearts
Théâtre XIV 383 Troutman Street, Bushwick, Brooklyn
From 3/29/19; opening 4/11/19; closing 5/19/19. Word premiere by Austin McCormack.Directed and choreographed by Austin McCormick,inspired by Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". Cast: Michael Cunio, Storm Marrero, Lilin Lace, Marcy Richardson, Sam Urdang, Allison Ullrich, Nicholas Katen, Ross Katen , Jourdan Epstein, Làszlò Major, Ryan Redmond, Jacoby Pruitt, Ian Spring, Nolan McKew and Ashley Dragon.Costume and set design by Zane Pihlstrom; lighting design by Jeanette Yew and makeup design by Sarah Cimino. Thursdays and Fridays.


 


  Sea Wall / A Life
Public's Newman Theater
From 2/01/19; opening 2/14/19; closing 3/31/19; New York Premiere of Sea Wall by Simon Stephens and A Life by Nick Payne, directed by Carrie Cracknell. Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal in A Life, about how we say goodbye to those we love most. Jake Gyllenhaal in Sea Wall, a meditation on the human need to know the unknowable.Running Time: 1 hour and 45 minutes.

The Shadow of a Gunman
Irish Repertory Theatre 132 W. 22nd St on the Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage
Yhe first production of The Sean O'Casey Cycle. From 1/30/19; opening 2/12/19; closing 5/25/19. What it's abut: It's 1921, and the Irish War of Independence rages on the streets of Dublin as Irish revolutionaries clash with British auxiliary forces. Aspiring poet Donal Davoren tries to avoid the conflict, but when Donal learns of a rumor that he is a gunman on the run, he cannot resist the curiosity it stirs in beautiful young Minnie Powell and he cannot escape the attention of his other neighbors. As the rumor grows, the war outside moves closer to home with tragic consequences. Cast:Una Clancy as Mrs. Henderson, Terry Donnelly as Mrs. Grigson, Rory Duffy as Mr. Maguire, Meg Hennessy as Minnie Powell, John Keating as Mr. Grigson, Robert Langdon Lloyd as Mr. Gallogher, Ed Malone as Tommy Owens, Michael Mellamphy as Seumas Shields, James Russell as Donal Davoren, and Harry Smith as Mr. Mulligan/Auxiliary. Scenic design by Charlie Corcoran., costume design by Linda Fisher & David Toser, lighting design by Michael Gottlieb, sound design by Ryan Rumery & M. Florian Staab, and properties by Deirdre Brennan. . 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

State Of The Union
Metropolitan Playhouse 220 East 4th Street 212 995 8410Revival of 1946 Pulitzer Prize winning political satire by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. From 2/08/19; opening 2/15/19; closing 3/10/19. What it's About: Grant Matthews could be the Republicans' savior. A Democrat has held the White House four terms running, but this dynamic industrial tycoon has the charisma and populist instincts to woo a broad swathe of the voting public. With the help of his lover, a driven newspaper magnate, the party leaders convince him to take a speaking tour of the country to test the waters. The catch? For appearance's sake, he must take along his wife, Mary. But as the tour goes on, the politicians realize they didn't reckon with either her honesty or his principles, let alone the chance they might still love each other. How can you win a campaign if the candidate insists on saying what he means? Thursday – Saturday evenings at 7:30pm; Sunday afternoons at 3:00pm PLUS Tuesdays, February 26th and March 5th at 7:30 pm Wednesdays, February 27th and March 6th at 3pm Stomp
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.

Provocateur Thomas Bradshaw revisits his incendiary 2008 play SOUTHERN PROMISES in a new production helmed by The Flea’s Artistic Director, Niegel Smith. SOUTHERN PROMISES begins previews Monday, March 11 with opening night slated for Sunday, March 24. On his deathbed, a plantation owner vows to set his slaves free, but when his wife rejects the request after his passing, chaos erupts on the plantation. Based on slave narratives, and featuring an all PoC company of actors, SOUTHERN PROMISES is a brilliant examination of the deeply disturbing and utterly corrupting power of American slavery and its lasting grip on our country’s hearts and institutions. The Flea ends its Color Brave season bringing this haunting reality onto the stage of The Sam. Says Carol Ostrow, The Flea’s Producing Director, "We are thrilled to welcome Thomas Bradshaw back to The Flea as we revisit his searing and singular investigation of American slavery. With his confident theatrical voice, he dares us to turn our sights away from the legacy with which we all wrestle.” Adds Artistic Director, Niegel Smith,“It's high time to revisit Bradshaw's SOUTHERN PROMISES. His play excellently lays bare the seductiveness of institutional power and how that power can corrupt us absolutely. I can't imagine staging it with a company more ambitious and brave than The Bats." Southern Promises
The Flea at 20 Thomas Street between Church and Broadway www.theflea.org.
The Bats, the resident acting company in Thomas Bradshaw's 2008 play. Jason Sherwood (Scenic Designer), Claudia Brown (Costume Designer), Jorge Arroyo (Lighting Designer), Fabian Obispo (Sound Designer), Nikiya Mathis (Hair and Makeup Designer), Arnold Mungioli. From 3/11/19; closing 4/14/19.Thursdays through Mondays at 7p.m., with Sunday matinees at 3 p.m. online at

Super Hero
2nd StageTony Kiser Theater: 305 West 43rd Street
Book By John Logan. Music & Lyrics By Tom Kitt Musical Staging By Lorin Latarro. Directed By Jason Moore. Cast: Julia Abueva, Kate Baldwin, Jake Levy, Kyle Mcarthur, Bryce Pinkham, Salena Qureshi, Thom Sesma, Nathaniel Stampley. From 1/31/19; opening; closing. What it's about: about a fractured family, the mysterious stranger in apartment 4-B, and the unexpected hero who just might save the day.Sscenic Design Beowulf Boritt. Costume Design Sarah Laux. lighting Design Jen Schriever. sound Design Brian Ronan. projection Design Tal Yarden. illusion Design Chris Fisher. Orchestrations Michael Starobin & Tom Kitt. Music Director Bryan Perri.Music Coordinator Michael Aarons

Surely Goodness And Mercy
Keen Company at Theater Row
New York premiere by Chisa Hutchinson, directed by Jessi D. Hill. From 2/26/19;opening 3/13/19; closing 4/13/19. Cast: Sarita Covington, Jay Mazyck, Brenda Pressley, Courtney Thomas and Cezar Williams What it's about: Set in an under-funded public school in Newark play tells the story of a bible-toting boy with a photographic memory who befriends the cantankerous old lunch lady. Against all odds, Tino and Bernadette help each other through the mess of growing up and growing old.Tues–Thurs at 7 PM, Fri at 8 PM, Sat at 2 PM & 8 PM, Sun at 3 PM,. Additional matinee on Wednesday April 10th at 2pm.

Switzerland
59E59 Theaters
Written by Joanna Murray-Smith and directed by Dan Foster. From 2//07/19; opening 2/14/19; closing 3/03/19. Tuesday – Friday at 7:15 PM; Saturday at 2:15 PM & 7:15 PM; and Sunday at 2:15 PM. what it's about: It's 1995 in the Swiss Alps and the reclusive crime writer Patricia Highsmith is visited by a genial young man from her New York publisher, sent to convince her to write the final installment of her best-selling Mr. Ripley series. What first appears to be a standard cat-and-mouse game of wit and wiles soon becomes a dance to the death. Who is the cat and who is the mouse? And who will make it out of Switzerland alive? Cast: Daniel Petzold and Peggy J. Scott. James J. Fenton (scenic design); Andrew Gmoser (lighting design); Charlotte Palmer-Lane (costume design); Garrett Hood (original music and sound design). The fight choreographer is Jared Kirby. The Production Stage Manager is Helen Irene Mueller.



The Trial of the Catonsville Nine
Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand Street (F to Delancey Street; J or M to Essex Street; D or B to Grand Street)
Written by Daniel Berrigan and directed by Transport Group artistic director Jack Cummings III and produced in partnership with the National Asian American Theatre Company.. From 1/16/19;opening 2/06/19;closing 2/23/19. What it's about: Based on the court transcripts of the trial of Viet Nam War peace activists who broke into a Maryland draft office on May 17, 1968, and burned 378 draft cards with homemade napalm. Brothers Philip Berrigan and Daniel Berrigan—both Catholic priests—led the movement and are joined by seven church parishioners in their protest for peace. Running Time is 85 minutes with no intermission. Cast: Mia Katigbak, Eunice Wong and David Huynh. This is the first New York production in over 30 years. Set and costume design is by Peiyi Wong; lighting design is by R. Lee Kennedy; sound design is by Fan Zhang.
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Trick Or Treat
59E59Theaters
New York premiere written by Jack Neary and directed by Carol Dunne. From1/12/19; opening 1/20/19; closing 2/24/19.Tuesday – Friday at 7 PM ; Saturday at 2 PM & 7 PM; and Sunday at 2 PM. What it's about: comedy that skewers a family in crisis on Halloween. A distraught husband, a nosy neighbor, and a dark secret set the wheels in motion for a night of confrontation, mystery, and relentless suspense. Cast: Gordon Clapp, David Mason; Kathy Manfre;Kathy McCafferty and Jenni Putney.



What the Constitution Means to Me
Greenwich House
Written by Heidi Schreck
Greenwich House
The show written and performed by Heidi Schreck closed its run at New York Theatre Workshop on 10/28/18-- but will have another run at Greenwich house from 11/27/18 to 12/30/18. For details see our
review.

The White Devil
Red Bull Theater Company at the Lucille Lortel
NY production in over 50 years ofJohn Webster's play, directed by Louisa Proske. From 3/19/19; opening 3/31/19; closing 4/14/19. What it's about: timely as ever take on corruption, rampant voyeurism, and systemic misogyny. Set design by Kate Noll, costume design by Beth Goldenberg, lighting design by JiYoun Chang, sound design by Chad Raines, and video design by Yana Birykova. Cast TBA

White Noise
Public's Anspacher Theater Theater, 420 Lafayette Street
World premiere by Suzan-Lori Parks, directed by Oskar Eustis. From 3/05/10; opening 3/20/19; closing 4/14/19. Cast: Daveed Diggs (Leo), Sheria Irving (Misha), Zoe Winters (Dawn). Complete casting will be announced at a later date. What it's about: Long-time friends and lovers Leo, Misha, Ralph, and Dawn are educated, progressive, cosmopolitan, and woke. But when a racially motivated incident with the cops leaves Leo shaken, he decides extreme measures must be taken for self-preservation in this drama about what happens when the unspoken and the unspeakable come head-to-head.



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