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Ends Oct 20 American Fables NYC: Soho/Tribeca
87 5 reviews

An evening of five uniquely American short plays.

Ends Oct 26 Nothing Gold Can Stay NYC: Midtown W
85 67 reviews

Partial Comfort's world premiere drama offers a love story for the opioid era.

Ends Dec 01 Painted Alice: The Musical NYC: Queens
85 2 reviews

In this new musical inspired by "Alice in Wonderland," Alice is a painter who is transported to wonderland when she falls through her canvas.

Ends Oct 27 Notes on My Mother's Decline NYC: East Village
84 5 reviews

This New York story asks how we come to know one another as parents and as children. How do we care for those we love, and what does it take to live with – and without – them?

Ends Oct 20 The Decline and Fall of the En... NYC: Midtown E
84 3 reviews

This irreverent musical journey travels the globe through an array of gems from the vast Porter canon. Part of "The Musicals in Mufti" series of minimally staged, script-in-hand productions.

Ends Nov 17 The Wrong Man NYC: Midtown W
83 135 reviews

Tony winner Thomas Kail ("Hamilton") directs this new musical by multi-platinum singer-songwriter Ross Golan, which tells the story of a man who was framed for murder, through poetic lyrics and haunting melodies.

Ends Oct 20 All My Fathers NYC: East Village
82 5 reviews

La MaMa presents this world premiere, a new tragicomedy by Paul David Young, that centers on the life-changing declaration by Young's elderly mother that he is the bastard son of the family pediatrician.

Ends Oct 26 Victor NYC: West Village
82 18 reviews

Performer, poet, and storyteller Edgar Oliver explores his enduring friendship with a mentally ill homeless man in this solo piece with live musical accompaniment.

Ends Jan 19 Slave Play (Broadway) NYC: Midtown W
81 183 reviews

After a hit run Off-Broadway, Jeremy O. Harris's new play comes to Broadway. This provocative work aims to rip apart history to shed new light on the nexus of race, gender, and sexuality in 21st century America.

Ends Oct 27 Georgia Mertching Is Dead NYC: Midtown W
79 35 reviews

Three best friends set off on a road trip south to celebrate and mourn a figure from their past in this world premiere for EST.

Ends Nov 10 Linda Vista NYC: Midtown W
79 236 reviews

Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Tracy Letts ("August: Osage County") takes a brutally comedic look at Wheeler, a 50-year-old divorcee in the throes of a mid-life spiral in this production from Steppenwolf.

Ends Oct 26 The White Chip NYC: Midtown E
79 51 reviews

Arizona Theater Company presents a dry comedy about drying out.

Ends Nov 10 When It Happens to You NYC: East Village
79 29 reviews

Tawni O’Dell’s theatrical memoir is about a mother’s struggle to help restore a sense of safety and wholeness to her family after her daughter was the victim of a brutal attack.

Ends Oct 20 The Worth of Water NYC: Soho/Tribeca
79 6 reviews

In this new play commission from Clutch Productions, writer Tira Palmquist challenges us to ask - even in the most magical of waters, can you ever truly wash away the past?

Ends Oct 21 The Glass Menagerie (The Wild ... NYC: East Village
74 11 reviews

Directors Austin Pendleton and Peter Bloch reteam to helm a chilling new version of Tennessee Williams’ masterwork at the Wild Project, ushering in the Halloween season.

Ends Oct 20 Round Table NYC: Midtown E
72 15 reviews

Fault Line Theater Company and Anna & Kitty, Inc present this new comedy about pretending to be what you already are.

Ends Nov 10 Heroes of the Fourth Turning NYC: Midtown W
72 120 reviews

Will Arbery's ("Plano") new drama offers an exploration of a country at war with itself, through its story of four young conservatives who have gathered at an after-party in rural Wyoming.

Ends Nov 10 TERRA FIRMA NYC: Gramercy
71 76 reviews

In a not-so-distant Beckettian future, years after The Big War, a tiny kingdom wrestles with the problems of running a nation, sparring with the concepts of what makes a citizen, a country, and a civilization.

Ends Oct 26 Love's Labour's Lost (Gene Fra... NYC: East Village
69 15 reviews

Conspicuously poetic and teeming with flirtatious word play, Shakespeare’s frolicking love story moves to the summer of Woodstock, celebrating the romance and togetherness inherent in both.

Ends Oct 26 Strangers in the Night NYC: Upper W Side
59 2 reviews

An evening of two preternatural one-act plays, makes NYC premiere with Hunger & Thirst Theatre.

Ends Oct 26 The Johnsons NYC: Brooklyn
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With biting satire and poetry, Amina Henry's play explores what happens when a family in Cape Cod wakes up from the American Dream.

Ends Oct 20 In the Jungle of Cities NYC: Brooklyn
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SMPL MCHN, an experimental theater company, presents a new adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's drama at the immersive and site specific location of M. Fine Lumber in Williamsburg.