From slapstick comedy plays like 'The Play That Goes Wrong', to improvised musicals like Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'Freestyle Love Supreme!', comedy theatre remains a huge draw for New York theatregoers!
Let Show-Score's community of avid theatre fans tell you the best shows on Broadway and beyond set to make your ribs tickle! Read theatre reviews from our members and their picks for the best comedy theatre shows running in New York and New Jersey right now!
From the creators of The Play That Goes Wrong, this show sees the inept actors tackle a new tale.
A wild, wacky, Off-Broadway sketch comedy show full of surprises.
Two teenage missionaries are sent to Africa to spread the word of Jesus Christ. What could go wrong?
Returning to its Off-Broadway roots, this new production stars Matt Doyle and Maude Apatow.
This much-awarded musical about a bubbly teen (who looks 72!), is now acclaimed on Broadway.
A brand new musical about growing up between cultures and raising children.
Disney's stage adaptation features hit songs from the film, plus several new songs for Broadway.
In its 8th year, Distorted Diznee is a high octane look at Disney classics through a drag queen lens.
The return of Hansol Jung's mischievous new play about the families we choose and un-choose.
A musical parody of the classic film, Titanic, using Celine Dion's music.
This Tony Award winning farce portrays the doomed opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor.
An adaptation of Miguel de Cervantes’ epic novel.
The Neo-Futurists' lineup of interactive plays, each written by a performer and honed by the ensemble.
A musical parody of the hit Netflix series "Stranger Things."
A vicious comedy about classism, chosen family, and holding on tightly to the ones you love.
A worldwide phenomenon where comedy, music, and paint collide in a circus of the imagination.
Irish Rep presents a recorded version of the classic musical about a family dealing with change.
A new musical comedy from some of the biggest names on Broadway—and in Nashville.
An actor drinks heavily (think Comedy Central's 'Drunk History') and tries to corral others into enacting a…
The only living non-Japanese Master of the art of comic storytelling, brings Rakugo to New York.
Lea Michele stars as Fanny Brice in the classic musical comedy.
A riotous new sequel to Oscar Wilde's classic comedy The Importance of Being Earnest.
A musical revue celebrating male nudity in comedy, song, and dance.
A long-running musical revue/sketch comedy show about current events, celebrities, & politicians.