1976 rock band faces fame's edge, exploring creative chaos, breakup or breakthrough.
In the heart of Broadway's excitement, Stereophonic takes center stage as a critically acclaimed new play. Presented by producers Sue Wagner, John Johnson, Seaview, Sonia Friedman Productions, Linden Productions, and Ashley Melone & Nick Mills, this theatrical gem by David Adjmi moves from its world premiere at Playwrights Horizons to Broadway's Golden Theatre. Directed by Daniel Aukin and featuring original songs by Will Butler of Arcade Fire, Stereophonic has dominated "Best Theater of 2023" lists, earning high praises from The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, and more.
The narrative of Stereophonic unfolds within the pulsating atmosphere of a music studio in 1976. An up-and-coming rock band finds itself on the verge of superstardom while recording a new album. As pressures escalate, the band faces the potential for both breakup and breakthrough. Adjmi's masterful storytelling invites the audience to intimately immerse themselves in the powder keg process of a band on the brink of blowing up, accompanied by the creative brilliance of the Stereophonic team.