Just Opened (12)


Ends Apr 28 A Brooklyn Boy 32 reviews
88 Overall Score

Co-writer and performer Steven Prescod plays 32 different characters in this solo performance which tells the story of his coming of age in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. 

Ends Mar 03 Athena 2 reviews
87 Overall Score

The Hearth presents this new coming-of-age drama about two young female competitive fencers.

Ends Mar 18 Edward Albee’s At Home at the Zoo 136 reviews
82 Overall Score

This new production of the two-act drama, a revision and expansion of the 1959 classic 'The Zoo Story,' honors its author, the Signature Theatre Legacy Playwright Edward Albee, who passed away in 2016.

Ends Feb 25 The Boys from Syracuse 9 reviews
81 Overall Score

Musicals Tonight presents the classic 1938 musical from Rodgers and Hart, loosely based upon Shakespeare’s 'The Comedy of Errors.'

Ends Mar 04 Having Our Say 16 reviews
79 Overall Score

Based on the book of the same name, 'Having Our Say' shares the reflections of two sisters who both lived for over a century. 

Ends Mar 04 Brilliant Traces 6 reviews
79 Overall Score

Set in a remote cabin in the wilds of Alaska, this two-person drama finds a snowbound man and woman, struggling to make sense of each other and themselves.

Ends Mar 31 Is God Is 14 reviews
78 Overall Score

Soho Rep brings us this darkly comic world premiere, a modern myth about twin sisters who sojourn from the Dirty South to the California desert to exact righteous revenge.

Ends Mar 11 Relevance 53 reviews
73 Overall Score

MCC Theater's world premiere drama centers around a collision of ideals within the feminist movement. Who decides your worth?

Ends Mar 04 A Walk With Mr. Heifetz 134 reviews
71 Overall Score

Based on true events, Primary Stages's world premiere drama tells the story of how music helped Israel find its cultural identity during its formative years.

Ends Apr 01 Kings 62 reviews
70 Overall Score

Playwright Sarah Burgess and Tony-winning director Thomas Kail team up again at the Public Theater for this scathingly comic world premiere about the people at the heart of our democracy.

Ends Mar 10 Terminus 3 reviews
67 Overall Score

This family drama allegorically asks: how are white Americans haunted by and continually complicit in the sustained trauma against black Americans?  Presented by Next Door at NYTW.

Ends Mar 03 Pete Rex 16 reviews
66 Overall Score

Part comedy, part absurdism, part horror, this new work tells the story of Pete, a small town, Midwestern guy and a vicious, yet oddly smooth-talking Tyrannosaur named Nero.