Leopoldstadt (Broadway)
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Leopoldstadt (Broadway)

Leopoldstadt (Broadway) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(1430 Ratings)
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Absorbing, Great acting, Ambitious, Intelligent, Great writing

About the Show

Tom Stoppard returns to Broadway with his newest heart-wrenching (and Olivier Award-winning) play.

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57 Reviews | 7 Followers
Profound, Masterful, Intelligent, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if It’s an important work about assimilation and antisemitism and resonates very much today. Another brilliant Tom Stoppard work.

Don't see it if It’s a bit long without an intermission but still should see, lest history should repeat itself.

73 Reviews | 15 Followers
Riveting, Thought-provoking, Must see

See it if Well told, well acted. Runs 2hrs 10mins NO INTERMISSION. Doesn't need one.

Don't see it if You don't like multigenerational family stories, Jewish themed plays.

75 Reviews | 18 Followers
Thought-provoking, Relevant, Must see, Masterful, Great acting

See it if A must-see for all. A deeply affecting story of a family in Vienna from 1899 through WW2 and the effects of anti-semitism through the years

Don't see it if N/A

141 Reviews | 28 Followers
Masterful, Great writing, Great staging, Great acting, Exquisite

See it if you want to see a truly moving drama with great sets, great acting, great writing. It is not just a Jewish story it is about being a human.

Don't see it if you are triggered by anything related to the Holocaust but if you want to see a story from a real human point of view...Go! Read more

62 Reviews | 16 Followers
Sad, Funny, Thought-provoking, Resonant, Absorbing

See it if You are interested in that period in history and you don't mind crying.

Don't see it if You want something up-lifting. It's funny in parts but it's subject is very serious and intense.

247 Reviews | 61 Followers
Relevant, Masterful, Must see, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if you like a moving, autobiographical look at Tom Stoppard's extended family in Vienna from 1899 to 1955: Definitely a MUST-SEE!!!

Don't see it if you don't like to see theatre dealing with the Holocaust, even if done so in a unique way. You would miss amazing writing & acting, though!!

55 Reviews | 7 Followers
Profound, Great writing, Great staging, Edgy, Enchanting

See it if You are interested in technical elements. The staging and direction is beautiful. The storyline was gripping with incredible acting.

Don't see it if You don’t want to cry.

177 Reviews | 39 Followers
Intense, Profound, Masterful, Exquisite, Absorbing

See it if you want a story that needed to be told and Stoppard at his best. A powerful play that is beautifully acted, staged and directed.

Don't see it if you are not interested in a long, intelligent drama and cannot handle more than two hours without an intermission. Read more

Critic Reviews (25)

The New York Times
October 2nd, 2022

CRITIC'S PICK " 'Leopoldstadt' is at its best not in instructing us how we must mourn a lost world but in bringing it lovingly back to life."
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New York Theatre Guide
October 2nd, 2022

"True to its goal, 'Leopoldstadt' presents stories one won't easily forget, and won't want to."
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New York Magazine / Vulture
October 2nd, 2022

"As a vehicle for recovered memories, and for interrogating the injustice of difference and persistent intolerance, 'Leopoldstadt' is remarkable."
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The Wall Street Journal
October 2nd, 2022

" 'Leopoldstadt' is never merely a threnody for the victims of the 20th century’s greatest abomination. It’s rich in emotional complexity, and even exudes a dark majesty."
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October 2nd, 2022

"If Stoppard sacrifices audience connection with any particular character...he compensates by etching a family history so sprawling and compelling that we embrace it even as we struggle with the details."
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New York Daily News
October 3rd, 2022

"I think I’ll remember this show the most for how it uses a family album...variously fascinated by various new photographic technologies as a tool for remembering."
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October 2nd, 2022

"In a radical departure from his usual intellectually esoteric style, Tom Stoppard’s new play is an intensely personal family drama."
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The Washington Post
October 2nd, 2022

"Perhaps what moved me so was the pain layered on in delicate brushstrokes in this fictionalized account, which was deeply influenced by Stoppard’s later-in-life discovery of his own Jewish roots."
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