Samuel J. Friedman
Manhattan Theatre Club presents a play by Lisa D’Amour, directed by Joe Mantello, in which a group of oddballs gather in a motel parking lot to celebrate the life of a burlesque performer. In previews.
BAM's Harvey Theatre
Almeida Theatre's production of the Henrik Ibsen play, adapted and directed by Richard Eyre. Lesley Manville stars, as a woman anguished by the moral deceptions of her late husband. In previews. Opens April 12.
Anne Hathaway stars in a play by George Brant, about a fighter pilot reassigned to flying drones. Julie Taymor directs. In previews.
Ken Rus Schmoll directs the world première of a new musical play by Jenny Schwartz, with music by Todd Almond and lyrics by Schwartz and Almond, in which a girl must move to the Midwest after her mother falls in love with someone on Facebook. In previews. Opens April 13.
Living on Love
Renée Fleming, Anna Chlumsky, Jerry O'Connell, and Douglas Sills star in Joe DiPietro's comedy, in which a famous opera singer hires a handsome young man to write her autobiography. Kathleen Marshall directs. In previews.
Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy reprise their roles in the play by David Hare, after a run in London last year. Stephen Daldry directs the drama, in which a young teacher is visited by her former lover, a restaurateur whose wife has just died. In previews. Opens April 2.
Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two
The Royal Shakespeare Company's productions of Hilary Mantel's books "Wolf Hall" and "Bring Up the Bodies" come to Broadway. In previews. Opens April 9.