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Urban Stages

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Urban Stages is an award-winning, not-for-profit, Off-Broadway Theatre Company founded in 1984 by current Artistic Director Frances Hill. We have developed into a bigger and more diverse organization since our beginnings. Urban Stages now reaches thousands of New Yorkers every year in over 100 neighborhoods while also offering an Off-Broadway experience like no other at our theater (259 West 30th Street, NYC).


Productions (10)

Already closed Charmed Life NYC: Chelsea
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In this world-premiere solo piece, award-winning soprano Lori Brown Mirabal takes you on a musical journey from her hometown, Nashville, to stages across the world. 

Already closed Bars and Measures NYC: Chelsea
79 57 reviews

Centering around two African American brothers, this new drama from Urban Stages explores the love of music, brotherhood, and faith.

Already closed Death of a Driver NYC: Chelsea
82 61 reviews

This world premiere from Urban Stages offers a bracing examination of "doing good" abroad, the limits of understanding another person, and what happens when personal and political obligations collide.

Already closed Dogs of Rwanda NYC: Chelsea
74 45 reviews

Urban Stages presents this dark New York premiere, about a man who finds himself haunted by his experience as a young man with the Rwandan genocide.


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