Openings and Previews

China Doll

Schoenfeld

Al Pacino returns to Broadway in a new play by David Mamet, directed by Pam MacKinnon, as a man with a large fortune and a young fiancée. In previews. Opens Dec. 4.

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The Color Purple

Jacobs

Jennifer Hudson, Cynthia Erivo, and Danielle Brooks star in a revival of the 2005 musical, based on Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel and directed by John Doyle. In previews. Opens Dec. 10.

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Fiddler on the Roof

Broadway Theatre

Danny Burstein plays Tevye, the shtetl patriarch, in Bartlett Sher's revival of the 1964 musical, based on the stories of Sholem Aleichem. In previews.

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Gigantic

Acorn

Vineyard Theatre presents a new musical by Matthew roi Berger, Randy Blair, and Tim Drucker, about a boy who goes to weight-loss camp in Pennsylvania. In previews. Opens Dec. 3.

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Invisible Thread

Second Stage

Diane Paulus directs Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews’s musical, in which a young New Yorker volunteers in Uganda. Opens Dec. 2.

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Lazarus

New York Theatre Workshop

Ivo van Hove directs a new musical by David Bowie and Enda Walsh, inspired by “The Man Who Fell to Earth" and starring Michael C. Hall, Cristin Milioti, and Michael Esper. In previews. Opens Dec. 7.

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Marjorie Prime

Playwrights Horizons

In Jordan Harrison's play, directed by Anne Kauffman and set in the near future, an elderly woman uses artificial intelligence to review her life story. In previews. Opens Dec. 14.

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Once Upon a Mattress

Abrons Arts Center

Jackie Hoffman and John (Lypsinka) Epperson star in the Mary Rodgers musical about the princess and the pea, revived by Transport Group and directed by Jack Cummings III. In previews. Opens Dec. 13.

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School of Rock

Winter Garden

Alex Brightman plays a rocker who poses as a substitute teacher, in this new musical based on the 2003 movie, with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Glenn Slater, and a book by Julian Fellowes. In previews. Opens Dec. 6.

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Take Care

Flea

Niegel Smith directs a participatory work by Smith and Todd Shalom, about our responses to imminent danger, systematic racism, and climate change. In previews. Opens Dec. 6.

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These Paper Bullets!

Atlantic Theatre Company

Billie Joe Armstrong and Rolin Jones wrote this musical adaptation of “Much Ado About Nothing," reset in Beatles-era London and directed by Jackson Gay. In previews. Opens Dec. 15.

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