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New World Stages

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NEW WORLD STAGES is the renowned performing arts complex in the heart of the theatre district which has served as the home of Tony Award-winning, Guinness World Record-setting and Pulitzer Prize-earning shows.  Providing world-class entertainment in an intimate environment on the site of lively Worldwide Plaza, it is made up of five theatres, a public lounge, and events spaces dedicated to audience and artist services. New World Stages is owned and operated by The Shubert Organization, Inc., America’s oldest professional theatre company.  www.NewWorldStages.com 


Productions (11)

Open run Gazillion Bubble Show (NYC) NYC: Midtown W
79 459 reviews

A family-friendly bubble extravaganza, this show has been performed around the world by the creators: the Yang family. 

Already closed Would You Still Love Me If... NYC: Midtown W
59 20 reviews

Kathleen Turner stars in 22Q's' drama about what happens to a lesbian couple when one of the women reveals that she is grappling with her gender identity.

Already closed Shear Madness NYC: Midtown W
78 416 reviews

The New York premiere of America’s longest running comedy is a whodunit set in a Hell's Kitchen hair salon, filled with up-to-the-minute humor and nail-biting suspense.

Already closed Real Men: The Musical NYC: Midtown W
77 28 reviews

New World Stages presents 'Real Men,' a musical comedy about what it means to be a man today's day and age.


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