Solo Shows (17)

One person. One stage. One night of memorable theater.

Open run Judy Garland LIVE in Concert NYC: Midtown W
90 17 reviews

Iconic star of stage and screen Judy Garland comes alive when tribute artist Peter Mac steps into her ruby slippers.

Open run Say Something Bunny! NYC: Chelsea
87 118 reviews

UnionDocs presents Alison S.M. Kobayashi's multimedia solo piece inspired by an amateur audio recording made over 60 years ago.

In Previews: Opens Feb 25 Dana H. NYC: Gramercy
86 31 reviews

In this harrowing true story, Dana, a chaplain of a psych ward, is held captive with her life in a patient's hands for five months. Told in Dana's own words and reconstructed for the stage by her son, Lucas Hnath.

Open run The Fifth Dentist NYC: Chelsea
85 50 reviews

A love letter to his late father, the owner of "Sid King's Crazy Horse Bar", Mike King reminisces about his life in dentistry, stand-up comedy, and growing up as the son of the infamous Sid King, "The Sultan of…

Ends Feb 22 Border People NYC: Midtown W
84 46 reviews

Working Theater presents this solo work offers a startling gallery of portraits of those who cross borders, geographical or cultural, by necessity or choice.

Ends Feb 23 Daniel Cainer: Jewish Chronicles NYC: Soho/Tribeca
83 47 reviews

Daniel Cainer's solo collection of unique stories-in-song features tales of feuding tailors, a Jewess who joins a 1950s Christian cult, a cocaine addicted rabbi, and many more.

Ends Apr 25 Katsura Sunshine's Rakugo NYC: Midtown W
81 128 reviews

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

Ends Feb 23 Boom (WYRD Productions) NYC: Midtown E
81 131 reviews

A solo performance that documents the music, culture, and politics that shaped the Baby Boomers (1945-1969).

Ends Feb 29 My Name is Lucy Barton NYC: Midtown W
79 162 reviews

Laura Linney returns to Broadway in the American premiere of a haunting new solo play adapted by Rona Munro from the bestselling novel by Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout.

Ends Mar 01 Happy Birthday Doug NYC: Soho/Tribeca
79 69 reviews

In this new solo comedy, Doug is turning 41. He's visited by friends, nightmares, a few exes, and a ghost. Imagine a gay Christmas Carol/modern day exorcism set in a wine bar in Silverlake. Welcome to the party!

Previews start Feb 27 ColorStruck NYC: East Village
77 14 reviews

Comedian/actor/broadcaster Donald E. Lacy Jr.'s one-man-show offers an autobiography of a sensitive, light-skinned African American man growing up in Oakland during the height of the Black Pride movement. 

Ends Feb 23 Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly NYC: Soho/Tribeca
74 40 reviews

The new solo comedy tells the story of how Ashley’s close friendship with a Muslim changed his life forever.

Ends Mar 01 Where We Stand NYC: Upper W Side
72 53 reviews

WP Theater's world premiere solo piece is an epic fable of penance filled with humor, heart, and music. 

Ends Mar 01 Miss America's Ugly Daughter NYC: Upper W Side
70 58 reviews

In this solo piece, Barra Grant explores her life growing up in the shadow of her mother Bess Myerson, the first and only Jewish Miss America.

Ends Feb 23 Unstuck NYC: Midtown W
95 1 reviews

Using storytelling, standup, and movement, Olivia Levine explores the evolution of her OCD and the pains, surprises, and gifts it has afforded her.

In Previews: Opens Feb 23 Incantata NYC: Chelsea
84 5 reviews

Irish Rep presents this new solo piece that tells the story of a man celebrating and remembering a great love affair. An elegy to life, love, and loss.

Opens Feb 26 Equally Divine: The Real Story... NYC: East Village
- 0 reviews

This new solo piece is a time-traveling, gender-bending drama about art, inspiration, and becoming who we are.