Reflective (NY Reviews) (54)

Shows on Broadway and beyond that help you reflect on the world around you.

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!

97
Must See!
11K+ Reviews
Open run
NYC: Midtown W

The award-winning, hip-hop infused musical about America then, told by America now. 

92
Must See!
5K+ Reviews
Ends Oct 02
NYC: Midtown W

A charming true story of a tiny Canadian town that cared for 7000 grounded travelers post-9/11.

91
Must See!
5K+ Reviews
Ends Sep 18
NYC: Midtown W

2017 Tony winner for Best Musical, this show is about being young and surviving the modern world.

Score it Buy from $76
91
Must See!
843 Reviews
Starts Nov 2022
NYC: Midtown W

The classic musical is presented in a new way – in Yiddish with English and Russian supertitles.

Score it Buy from $17
90
Excellent
53 Reviews
Opens Aug 20
NYC: Gramercy

Marco Antonio Rodríguez’s adaptation of the hit novel. Performed in Spanish with English supertitles

87
Excellent
368 Reviews
Ends Sep 11
NYC: Midtown W

A new musical based on the young adult novel by bestselling author Jodi Picoult and her daughter.

87
Excellent
77 Reviews
Ends Sep 02
NYC: West Village

An anecdotal solo show from comedian Alex Edelman. 

86
Excellent
131 Reviews
Ends Oct 2022
NYC: Midtown W

The West End play based on Khaled Hosseini's international best-selling novel comes to Broadway.

84
Great
420 Reviews
Open run
NYC: Midtown W

Michael R. Jackson’s Tony Award-winning new musical about a young artist grappling with identity.

81
Great
28 Reviews
Ends Feb 2023
NYC: Gramercy

A coming of age tale about a woman born into poverty who finds her power as a storyteller.

75
Good
35 Reviews
Ends Aug 28
NYC: Upper W Side

Aya Ogawa’s autobiographical show about their turbulent relationship with their father.

72
Good
30 Reviews
Ends Sep 04
NYC: Midtown E

A romantic journey between a refugee from the Middle East and an American backpacker.

67
Middling
36 Reviews
Ends Aug 28
NYC: Upper W Side

A gifted solitaire player wants to settle down, but is lured back for one final game.

58
Middling
42 Reviews
Ends Aug 20
NYC: Midtown E

A dark musical comedy about the end of the Roaring Twenties, and onset of the Great Depression.

52
Middling
28 Reviews
Ends Oct 17
NYC: Midtown W

A church Gospel musician has his faith tested by an unexpected visitor, and an unthinkable tragedy.

Score it Buy from $25
Unreviewed
Starts Sep 10
NYC: West Village

Two European teenagers fall in love, while sheltering from the horrors of war.

90
Excellent
2 Reviews
Ends Aug 27
NYC: Gramercy

An atheist teenage girl begins to experience supernatural events as after a religious prophecy.

82
Great
5 Reviews
Opens Sep 17
NYC: Upper W Side

A show that mixes animation, rock music, and storytelling into a unique musical.

81
Great
3 Reviews
Ends Aug 28
NYC: Midtown W

A woman goes back in time to stop Jared Kushner from achieving political power.

80
Great
7 Reviews
Open run
NYC: Virtual

Keen Company presents a newly commissioned audio play by playwright Pearl Cleage.

80
Great
7 Reviews
Ends Oct 2023
NYC: Virtual

A recording of Dael Orlandersmith's docudrama about the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO.

76
Good
7 Reviews
Open run
NYC: Virtual

Keen presents a new audio drama by James Anthony Tyler about a family in Harlem during the pandemic.

71
Good
9 Reviews
Open run
NYC: Virtual

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