OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS

Opens March 1.

All the Fine Boys

Abigail Breslin stars in Erica Schmidt’s play, at the New Group, in which two teen-age girls in nineteen-eighties South Carolina pursue their crushes and grapple with adulthood.

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Pershing Square Signature Center

Midtown

 

Opens March 1.

Bull in a China Shop

Bryna Turner’s comedy, directed by Lee Sunday Evans for LCT3, follows forty years in the lives of the women’s-education pioneer Mary Woolley and her partner, Jeannette Marks.…

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Claire Tow

Uptown

In previews. Opens March 12.

Come from Away

The Canadian duo Irene Sankoff and David Hein wrote this new musical, about a tiny Newfoundland town that was forced to accommodate thousands of stranded passengers on September 11, 2001.…

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Schoenfeld

Midtown

 

In previews. Opens March 12.

The Emperor Jones

Obi Abili plays a despotic monarch who rules over a Caribbean island, in Ciarán O’Reilly’s revival of the Eugene O’Neill drama.

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Irish Repertory

Chelsea

 

In previews. Opens Feb. 21.

Everybody

In Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s latest work, a modern spin on the fifteenth-century morality play “Everyman,” the actor playing the main character is assigned by lottery each night. Lila Neugebauer…

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Pershing Square Signature Center

Midtown

 

In previews. Opens March 9.

The Glass Menagerie

Sally Field stars as the redoubtable Southern matriarch Amanda Wingfield in Sam Gold’s revival of the Tennessee Williams drama, opposite Joe Mantello, as Tom.

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Belasco

Midtown

 

Previews begin Feb. 23.

How to Transcend a Happy Marriage

Lincoln Center Theatre stages Sarah Ruhl’s play, featuring Lena Hall, Brian Hutchison, and Marisa Tomei, in which two married couples take an interest in a polyamorous woman.

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Mitzi E. Newhouse

Uptown

 

In previews.

Joan of Arc: Into the Fire

David Byrne and Alex Timbers follow up their Imelda Marcos disco musical, “Here Lies Love,” with this rock-concert retelling of the rise of Joan of Arc (Jo Lampert)…

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Public

Downtown

 

In previews. Opens March 13.

The Light Years

The Debate Society’s latest piece, written by Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen and directed by Oliver Butler, is set at a theatrical spectacle at the 1893 Chicago World’…

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Playwrights Horizons

Midtown

 

In previews. Opens Feb. 28.

Linda

In Penelope Skinner’s play, directed by Lynne Meadow for Manhattan Theatre Club, a senior executive pitches a radical idea to change how women her age are viewed.

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City Center Stage I

Midtown

In previews.

Miss Saigon

Cameron Mackintosh remounts the 1989 mega-musical, by Claude-Michel Schönberg, Alain Boublil, and Richard Maltby, Jr., an update of “Madame Butterfly” set during the Vietnam War.

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Broadway Theatre

Midtown

 

Previews begin Feb. 27.

The Moors

Jen Silverman’s play, a dark comic spin on Victorian novels, follows two sisters in the English countryside whose lives are upended by a governess and a hen; Mike Donahue…

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The Duke on 42nd Street

Midtown

 

Opens March 8.

The Outer Space

Ethan Lipton wrote this musical, directed by Leigh Silverman and performed by Lipton and his three-person “orchestra,” about a couple who leave Earth in search of sustainable living in space.…

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Joe’s Pub

Downtown

 

In previews. Opens Feb. 27.

The Penitent

Neil Pepe directs a new play by David Mamet, in which a psychiatrist faces a professional and moral crisis when he refuses to testify on behalf of a patient in…

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Atlantic Theatre Company

Chelsea

 

In previews.

The Price

Mark Ruffalo, Danny DeVito, Jessica Hecht, and Tony Shalhoub star in the Roundabout’s revival of the 1968 Arthur Miller play, about a man who returns to his childhood…

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American Airlines Theatre

Midtown

 

Previews begin Feb. 17. Opens Feb. 21.

See Reverse

Broken Box Mime Theatre presents short works of modern mime, covering everything from political protest to film noir.

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A.R.T./New York Theatres

Midtown

 

In previews. Opens March 2.

Significant Other

Joshua Harmon’s angsty comedy moves to Broadway, starring Gideon Glick as a gay New Yorker searching for a life partner as his female friends keep finding husbands. Trip Cullman…

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Booth

Midtown

 

In previews. Opens Feb. 28.

The Skin of Our Teeth

Theatre for a New Audience stages Thornton Wilder’s 1942 comic allegory, which traces humankind from prehistory to twentieth-century New Jersey and beyond. Arin Arbus directs.

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Polonsky Shakespeare Center

Brooklyn

Previews begin Feb. 28.

Sundown, Yellow Moon

Ars Nova and WP Theatre present Rachel Bonds’s play, featuring songs by the indie duo the Bengsons and starring Lilli Cooper and Eboni Booth, as twins who return home…

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McGinn/Cazale

Uptown

 

Previews begin March 4.

Sweat

A transfer of Lynn Nottage’s drama, directed by Kate Whoriskey, in which a group of factory workers in Reading, Pennsylvania, find themselves at odds amid layoffs and pickets.

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Studio 54

Midtown

 

In previews.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet…

London’s Tooting Arts Club transfers its version of the Stephen Sondheim musical thriller, staged in an immersive pie-shop environment where the audience is served pie and mash.

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Barrow Street Theatre

Downtown

 

In previews. Opens Feb. 28.

The View UpStairs

This new musical by Max Vernon, directed by Scott Ebersold, revisits the New Orleans gay bar that was the site of a deadly arson attack in 1973.

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Lynn Redgrave

Downtown

 

In previews. Opens Feb. 27.

Wakey, Wakey

Michael Emerson (“Lost”) and January LaVoy star in the latest existential comedy by Will Eno (“The Realistic Joneses”), directed by the playwright.

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Pershing Square Signature Center

Midtown

 

Previews begin March 7.

War Paint

Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole play the rival cosmetics entrepreneurs Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden, in this new musical by Scott Frankel, Michael Korie, and Doug Wright.

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Nederlander

Midtown

 

Previews begin March 5.

White Guy on the Bus

Delaware Theatre Company presents Bruce Graham’s play, about a white businessman (Robert Cuccioli) and a black single mother (Danielle Leneé) who share a commute.

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