In previews. Opens Dec. 5. Closing soon

The Babylon Line

Richard Greenberg’s new play, set in 1967, follows a Greenwich Village writer (Josh Radnor) who connects with a student (Elizabeth Reaser) while teaching an adult-ed class in Levittown.…

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Mitzi E. Newhouse

Uptown

 

In previews. Opens Dec. 8. Closing soon

The Band’s Visit

David Cromer directs a new musical by David Yazbek and Itamar Moses, based on a 2007 Israeli film about an Egyptian orchestra that gets stranded in the Negev Desert.

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Atlantic Theatre Company

Chelsea

In previews. Opens Dec. 8. Closing soon

The Dead, 1904

Kate Burton stars in Paul Muldoon and Jean Hanff Korelitz’s adaptation of the Joyce tale; the Irish Rep’s production roams three floors of a historic town…

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American Irish Historical Society

Uptown

 

In previews. Opens Dec. 4.

Dear Evan Hansen

Ben Platt plays an antisocial teen-ager who finds himself in a moral quandary after a classmate’s death, in a new musical by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, and Steven…

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Music Box

Midtown

 

Opens Dec. 7. Closing soon

Elements of Oz

The Builders Association’s multimedia piece, written by James Gibbs and Moe Angelos, uses augmented-reality technology to tell the stories behind the film “The Wizard of Oz.”

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3LD Art & Technology Center

Downtown

 

In previews. Opens Dec. 13.

His Royal Hipness Lord Buckley

Jake Broder wrote and stars in this tribute to the mid-century comedian, who drew on bebop rhythms to create an outré countercultural persona.

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59E59

Midtown

 

Opens Nov. 25. Closing soon

The Illusionists: Turn of the Century

The magicians’ showcase returns, this time with performers including Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass, of “America’s Got Talent,” and the theme of magic’s early-twentieth-century golden age.…

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Palace

Midtown

 

In previews. Opens Dec. 11.

In Transit

This new a-cappella musical, directed by Kathleen Marshall and written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez, James-Allen Ford, Russ Kaplan, and Sara Wordsworth, traces the intertwining lives of New York commuters.

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Circle in the Square

Midtown

 

Through Dec. 11. Closing soon

Longing Lasts Longer

The downtown fixture Penny Arcade performs a piece about the gentrification of New York City and the effects of capitalism on creativity.

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St. Ann’s Warehouse

Brooklyn

 

In previews. Opens Dec. 12.

Othello

David Oyelowo plays the title role in Sam Gold’s production of the Shakespeare tragedy, opposite Daniel Craig’s Iago.

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New York Theatre Workshop

Downtown

 

In previews. Opens Dec. 6. Closing soon

Rancho Viejo

In Dan LeFranc’s comedy, directed by Daniel Aukin, the residents of a Southwestern suburb gossip and fret over the separation of an unseen married couple.

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Playwrights Horizons

Midtown

 

In previews. Opens Dec. 13.

The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

The National Theatre of Scotland stages this immersive musical fable at the home of “Sleep No More,” transforming its speakeasy space, the Heath, into a Scottish pub.

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