THE CARETAKER

Jonathan Pryce stars in the 1960 Harold Pinter play, in which two working-class brothers in West London take in a homeless man. Christopher Morahan directs. Previews begin May 3. Opens May 4. (BAM’s Harvey Theatre, 651 Fulton St., Brooklyn. 718-636-4100.)

 

COCK

The Royal Court produced this play by Mike Bartlett, directed by James Macdonald, about a man who breaks up with his boyfriend and falls in love with a woman. In previews. (The Duke on 42nd Street, 229 W. 42nd St. 646-223-3010.)

 

THE COMMON PURSUIT

The Roundabout presents a play by Simon Gray, which follows a group of six friends through twenty years of their lives, from college to middle age. Moisés Kaufman directs. Previews begin May 4. (Laura Pels, 111 W. 46th St. 212-719-1300.)

 

FEBRUARY HOUSE

Gabriel Kahane wrote the music and lyrics and Seth Bockley wrote the book for this new musical, set in a Brooklyn boarding house that became a bohemian commune for artists. Davis McCallum directs. Previews begin May 8. (Public, 425 Lafayette St. 212-967-7555.)


 

LONELY, I’M NOT

Second Stage presents this comedy by Paul Weitz, in which a divorced millionaire (Topher Grace), recovering from a nervous breakdown, meets a young businesswoman (Olivia Thirlby). Trip Cullman directs. In previews. Opens May 7. (305 W. 43rd St. 212-246-4422.)

 

MAN AND SUPERMAN

David Staller directs George Bernard Shaw’s classic comedy, about a man attempting to escape the grasp of a woman determined to marry him. In previews. Opens May 6. (Irish Repertory, 132 W. 22nd St. 212-727-2737.)

 

MY CHILDREN! MY AFRICA!

Signature Theatre Company presents Athol Fugard’s 1989 play, about an idealistic teacher in South Africa who forms a student debate team. Ruben Santiago-Hudson directs. In previews. (Pershing Square Signature Center, 480 W. 42nd St. 212-244-7529.)

 

 

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