Immigrant stories (NY Reviews) (12)

Shows on Broadway and beyond celebrating the stories of immigrants.

Let Show-Score's community of avid theatre fans tell you the best shows that explore immigration that are currently playing in and around New York right now! Read New York theatre reviews from our members and their picks for the top theatre shows!

85
Excellent
14 Reviews
Open run
NYC: Virtual

A solo show from Geraldine Hughes about her childhood growing up in war-torn Belfast in the 1980s.

80
Great
179 Reviews
Ends Jun 19
NYC: Midtown W

A new musical based on a true story that challenges preconceived notions.

78
Good
353 Reviews
Ends Nov 2022
NYC: Midtown W

A new musical explores race relations in the Five Points neighborhood of New York in 1863.

74
Good
60 Reviews
Ends Jun 12
NYC: Midtown E

A true story of a family torn apart by war, fighting to immigrate, escape, and survive.

92
Must See!
1 Review
Ends May 29
NYC: Soho/Tribeca

J. Elijah Cho explores yellowface in Hollywood films in his award-winning solo show.

83
Great
5 Reviews
Open run
NYC: Virtual

Irish Rep presents a recording of its 2017 production of JM Synge's play adapted by Joe O'Byrne.

75
Good
1 Review
Ends Jun 05
NYC: Brooklyn

A play that explores the chaos and complexities of living through an uprising.

72
Good
8 Reviews
Open run
NYC: Virtual

The Public presents this audio drama about liberals gathering at a farm after the 2017 election.

Score it Buy from $30
Unreviewed
Opens Jun 02
NYC: Queens

A surreal horror comedy following two parents' efforts to create a normal life in an abnormal world.  

Score it Buy from $25
Unreviewed
Starts Jun 04
NYC: Midtown W

Immigration causes heated debate in a world that blends Ancient Greek myth with the modern day.

Score it Buy from $25
Unreviewed
Starts Jun 02
NYC: Brooklyn

A 15 year-old wrestles with her queerness, her family and her religion on the day of her quinceañera

Unreviewed
Ends Jun 12
NYC: Midtown W

In World War II era New York, a young musician immigrates to the city to pursue music and freedom.