OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS
Daniel Sullivan's production, the second free Shakespeare in the Park offering of the summer, features Lily Rabe, Hamish Linklater, and Raúl Esparza. In previews. Opens Aug. 10.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's acclaimed hip-hop musical, in which Miranda plays the Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, moves to Broadway after a sold-out run at the Public. Thomas Kail directs. In previews. Opens Aug. 6.
Sam Gold directs a new play by Annie Baker ("The Flick"), set in a bed-and-breakfast in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. In previews. Opens Aug. 11.
Mark Lamos directs A. R. Gurney’s play, in which a wealthy widow plans to give away everything she owns, until a young man shows up to claim his inheritance. In previews. Opens Aug. 24.
In Philip Ridley's play, set in a dystopian near-future, two teen-age brothers throw parties for the rich in abandoned buildings. Scott Elliott directs for the New Group. Opens Aug. 19.
The sprawling festival, which has spawned such cult favorites as "Urinetown," "Matt & Ben," and "Debbie Does Dallas," returns for its nineteenth year. For complete programming—nearly two hundred shows in all—visit fringenyc.org. Opens Aug. 14.
Sherie Rene Scott stars in a play she wrote with Dick Scanlan, about an actress teaching a storytelling class in a maximum-security prison. Scanlan and Michael Mayer direct. In previews.
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