We often look to theatre to help us look deeper within ourselves, and help us to understand the world around us.
Let Show-Score's community of avid theatre fans tell you the best reflective theatre shows playing in New York and New Jersey right now!
The award-winning, hip-hop infused musical about America then, told by America now.
A Broadway transfer of the dramatic musical about the trial of Leo Frank, based on a true story.
A young man seeks out singing lessons from a respected coach, who sees herself in his song choice.
Marco Antonio Rodríguez’s adaptation of the hit novel. Performed in Spanish with English supertitles
Repertorio Espanol's revival of Lorca's tragic tale of a cloistered world of women in 1930's Spain.
A modern day adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet, with a young, queer Black man at the center.
Carmen Rivera’s play about a woman visiting Puerto Rico, her family's homeland, for the first time.
The return of Hansol Jung's mischievous new play about the families we choose and un-choose.
A bilingual play about queer love, family secrets, and the limits of language.
Writer/performer Ryan J. Haddad makes his off-Broadway playwriting debut with a funny and bold play.
The story of the Mirabal sisters standing up to one of history’s most notorious dictators.
Tom Stoppard returns to Broadway with his newest heart-wrenching (and Olivier Award-winning) play.
Part comedy, part tragedy, comedian Sam Morrison discusses love, loss, seagull attacks, and more.
A theatrical concert featuring the music and plays of Suzan-Lori Parks written during the pandemic.
John Douglas Thompson and Bill Irwin star in a new mounting of Samuel Beckett's classic tragicomedy.
Two sisters come into conflict when they must face the reality of their father's health.
Matthew McLachlan’s new play about a family decluttering their childhood hoarder home.
A coming of age tale about a woman born into poverty who finds her power as a storyteller.
Pulitzer-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks' musical adaptation of the 1972 film of the same name.
A vicious comedy about classism, chosen family, and holding on tightly to the ones you love.
The Tank's ongoing series that premieres 7 brand-new 10 minute plays by 7 different writers.
A solo show about Tennessee Williams, directed by Alan Cumming.
A star-studded new play adapted from the photo memoir by famous American photographer Larry Sultan.
New York premiere of a play about two very different couples struggling with the same question.