Solo Shows (NY Reviews) (12)

Shows on Broadway and beyond that showcase the talent of a single performer.

Let Show-Score's community of avid theatre fans tell you the best New York theatre shows that have only one performer! Read Theatre reviews from our members and their picks for the best solo theatre shows running in and around New York right now!

90
Excellent
115 Reviews
Ends Jan 15
NYC: Upper W Side

Mike Birbiglia's new show about failing bodies, recovery, and laughter as the best medicine.

89
Excellent
23 Reviews
Ends Dec 29
NYC: East Village

A one-man adaptation of the beloved holiday classic featuring Charles Dickens as narrator. 



83
Great
165 Reviews
Ends Jan 01
NYC: Midtown W

Jefferson Mays' solo rendition of Charles Dickens' classic Christmas story.

79
Good
170 Reviews
Open run
NYC: Midtown W

The only living non-Japanese Master of the art of comic storytelling, brings Rakugo to New York.

79
Good
65 Reviews
Ends Dec 18
NYC: Gramercy

A solo show about a woman embarking on a journey to solve the mystery her friend's disappearance.

74
Good
46 Reviews
Ends Dec 18
NYC: Chelsea

Tracy Thorne's new solo play about culpability and privilege.

78
Good
9 Reviews
Ends Oct 2023
NYC: Virtual

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

Score it Buy from $18
Unreviewed
Opens Jun 01
NYC: East Village

A return engagement of Smokey Stevens' solo show.

Score it Buy from $89
Unreviewed
Starts Jan 14
NYC: Midtown W

Anthony Rapp's solo musical show, adapted from his memoir of the same name.

Unreviewed
Ends Dec 10
NYC: Soho/Tribeca

Comedian Milo McCabe brings his alter-ego Troy Hawke, the '30’s investigator, to New York.

Unreviewed
Ends Dec 11
NYC: Soho/Tribeca

A British comedian reflects on his time visiting Afhganistan.

Score it Buy from $27
Unreviewed
Opens Dec 28
NYC: Soho/Tribeca

Part King Lear, stand-up, and virtual reality, a show exploring one of Shakespeare's classic Fools.