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The New York Times



Los Angeles Times


Extends Broadway Engagement

Through July 2, 2023

At the Longacre Theatre 


Tickets On Sale Now




Leopoldstadt feels like both an elegy and a warning.”

–       Michelle Goldberg, The New York Times


 Due to popular demand, lead producers Sonia Friedman Productions and Roy Furman are pleased to announce that Leopoldstadt, Tom Stoppard’s Olivier Award-winning Best New Play, directed by two-time Tony Award nominee Patrick Marber, will now play through July 2, 2023 at the Longacre Theatre (220 West 48th Street) on Broadway.

Tickets for Leopoldstadt’s entire Broadway engagement are on sale now at Telecharge.com, by phone at 212-239-6200, or in person at the Longacre Theatre box office.

Leopoldstadt opened on October 2 to rave reviews. New York’s critics said:

“It is virtually inconceivable that this theater season will produce anything superior to Tom Stoppard’s Leopoldstadt. This inexpressibly moving play ranks among Mr. Stoppard’s greatest works.”

–       Charles Isherwood, The Wall Street Journal

 “A breathtakingly brilliant and gorgeously acted production.”

–       Chris Jones, The Chicago Tribune

 “CRITIC’S PICK. The acting is excellent across the board, with too many standouts to name.”

–       Jesse Green, The New York Times

 “I can’t recall the last time I broke down with the brutal release I felt at the conclusion of Leopoldstadt. Patrick Marber directs this meticulously acted production with breathtaking dexterity.”

–       Peter Marks, The Washington Post

“As a vehicle for recovered memories, and for interrogating the injustice of difference and persistent intolerance, Leopoldstadt is remarkable.”

–       Naveen Kumar, New York Magazine

“As it threads a tapestry of grand themes around philosophy, violence, anti-Semitism, and assimilation, Leopoldstadt is also a play about family. It is an investigation as well as a treatise, a full-blooded drama, as well as a meditation on history, hatred, identity, survival, and place—all themes with a resonance today.”

–       Tim Teeman, The Daily Beast

Set in Vienna, Leopoldstadt takes its title from the Jewish quarter. This passionate drama of love and endurance begins in the last days of 1899 and follows one extended family deep into the heart of the 20th Century. Full of his customary wit and beauty, Tom Stoppard’s late work spans fifty years of time over two hours. “Tom Stoppard is endlessly intrigued by questions of fate, chance, coincidence, in history as well as in love, and in the epic, breathtaking Leopoldstadt, he examines the consequence of an entire people trapped in a common fate” (The Washington Post). With a cast of 38 actors and direction by Patrick Marber, Leopoldstadt is now playing on Broadway. This is a play that ‘demands to be seen’ (The Daily Beast).

Perhaps the most personal play of Stoppard’s unmatched career, Leopoldstadt opened in London’s West End to rave critical acclaim on January 25, 2020. A planned extension due to overwhelming demand was curtailed due to the COVID-19 lockdown seven weeks later. In late 2021, the play returned for a further 12-week engagement. Both runs completely sold out and Leopoldstadt received the Olivier Award for Best New Play in October 2020.

Leopoldstadt marks Tom Stoppard’s 19th play on Broadway since his groundbreaking Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead opened 55 years ago. Stoppard has won four Best Play Tony Awards, more than any other playwright in history.

Leopoldstadt’s creative team includes scenic design by Tony Award winner Richard Hudson (The Lion KingLa Bête); costume design by Brigitte Reiffenstuel; lighting design by three-time Tony Award winner Neil Austin (Harry Potter and the Cursed ChildCompanyTravesties); sound and original music by Tony Award winner Adam Cork (RedTravesties); video design by Isaac Madge; movement by Emily Jane Boyle; hair, wig & makeup design by Campbell Young Associates; casting by Jim Carnahan CSA and Maureen Kelleher CSA; and UK casting by Amy Ball CDG. The dialect coach is Kate Wilson.

Leopoldstadt is produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, Roy Furman, and Lorne Michaels, with co-producers Stephanie P. McClelland, Gavin Kalin, Delman Sloan, Eilene Davidson, Brad Edgerton, Patrick Gracey, Hunter Arnold, Burnt Umber Productions, Cue to Cue Productions, The Factor Gavin Partnership, Harris Rubin Productions, Robert Nederlander, Jr., No Guarantees, Sandy Robertson, Iris Smith, Jamie deRoy / Catherine Adler, Dodge Hall Productions / Waverly Productions, Ricardo Hornos / Robert Tichio, Heni Koenigsberg / Wendy Federman, Thomas S. Perakos / Stephanie Kramer, Brian Spector / Judith Seinfeld, and Richard Winkler / Alan Shorr.


Tickets are on sale online at Telecharge.com or by phone at 212-239-6200.

For 10+ Group Sales information contact Broadway Inbound at broadwayinbound.com or call 866-302-0995.

A limited number of $47 digital lottery tickets are available for each performance of Leopoldstadt. For more information, visit leopoldstadtlotteryandrush.com. A limited number of $35 rush tickets, and $25 student rush tickets (valid student ID required), are also available in person at the Longacre Theatre box office on the same day as the performance.


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