See It First (12)

These shows start performances within the next seven days.

Previews start Oct 25 Broadbend, Arkansas NYC: Midtown W
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In Transport Group’s world premiere musical, an African-American family grapples with decades of inequality, violence, and suppression in the South.

Opens Oct 26 Cat On A Hot Tin Roof NYC: Brooklyn
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The Gallery Players presents a new staging of this classic from Tennessee Williams. Winner of the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

In Previews: Opens Nov 05 Dr. Ride's American Beach House NYC: West Village
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Set in Missouri on the night before Dr. Sally Ride's historic launch into space, Ars Nova's world premiere explores sexual politics, power, and repression between three friends in 1983.

Opens Oct 25 The Hope Hypothesis NYC: East Village
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In Voyage Theater Company's world premiere, when a law student arrives at a government facility to finalize her immigration paperwork, her unusual birth certificate triggers an absurd series of events.

Previews start Oct 26 Panama Hattie NYC: Midtown E
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In Cole Porter's 1940 comedy, a brassy nightclub owner must bid for the approval of her fiancé’s family. Part of The York's "The Musicals in Mufti" series of minimally staged, script-in-hand productions.

Previews start Oct 22 Fires in the Mirror NYC: Midtown W
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Anna Deavere Smith's groundbreaking one-person show takes a multi-faceted look at the Crown Heights Riots of 1991.

Previews start Oct 24 A Woman Of The World NYC: Midtown E
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Kathleen Chalfant stars as Emily Dickinson’s posthumous editor Mabel Loomis Todd in Pulitzer Prize finalist Rebecca Gilman’s world premiere play.

In Previews: Opens Oct 27 Monsoon Season NYC: West Village
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All for One presents this new dark and twisted romantic comedy about a recently separated couple whose lives are spinning out of control.

Previews start Oct 24 Reparations NYC: Brooklyn
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In this world premiere, a recently widowed white book editor invites a younger black writer to her apartment, only to find that a night of passion turns into a tumultuous morning-after.

Opens Oct 24 Saints of Failure NYC: Brooklyn
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This new experimental work explores explores the collision of queer and Christian identities in America, through storytelling, original organ music, and live makeup transformations. 

Opens Oct 24 The Changeling (Rude Grooms) NYC: Queens
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Rude Grooms presents Middleton and Rowley's dark tragedy at two different venues: a speakeasy setting (The Studio Bar at The Astorian) and an immersive, mobile rendition in an art gallery (The Plaxall Gallery).

Opens Oct 24 God's Necklace NYC: Upper W Side
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This new work tells the story of two Nuer women who flee Sudan to the sandy shores of San Diego, California, where they face culture shock and prejudice as they adjust to resettlement.