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.…
David Cromer directs a new musical by David Yazbek and Itamar Moses, based on a 2007 Israeli film about an Egyptian rock band that gets stranded in the Negev Desert.…
Robert De Niro and Jerry Zaks co-direct a musical adaptation of Chazz Palminteri’s semi-autobiographical one-man show, set in his native borough in the sixties and featuring a doo-wop…
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…
In previews. Opens Nov. 17.
Jason Sudeikis plays a nonconformist teacher at an all-boys school, in Tom Schulman’s adaptation of his screenplay for the 1989 film, directed by John Doyle.
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…
In previews. Opens Nov. 13.
Suzan-Lori Parks’s comedy, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz, explores the archetypes of the African-American experience in absurdist vignettes.
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.
At the Next Wave Festival, Phantom Limb Company stages a piece about five thousand years of environmental change, using puppetry, projections, and fairy tale.
Previews begin Nov. 9. Opens Nov. 13.
The British comedian and existential raconteur Daniel Kitson returns, with a story about a rodent and a phone call.
In previews. Opens Nov. 14.
Josh Groban and Denée Benton star in Dave Malloy’s electro-pop adaptation of a section of “War and Peace.” Rachel Chavkin directs the immersive production, which originated at Ars Nova.…
Previews begin Nov. 22.
David Oyelowo plays the title role in Sam Gold’s production of the Shakespeare tragedy, opposite Daniel Craig’s Iago.
Opens Nov. 16.
The Q Brothers (“The Bomb-itty of Errors”) perform their five-person, eighty-minute hip-hop retelling of the Shakespeare tragedy.
In previews. Opens Nov. 15.
The Universes ensemble stages this piece about the Black Panther Party and the Young Lords, based on interviews with veterans…
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.
MCC Theatre presents a musical by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell, in which a chamber choir involved in a tragic roller-coaster accident meets a magical fortune-teller.
Opens Nov. 16.
Theatre for a New Audience revives the 1745 Carlo Goldoni comedy, directed by Christopher Bayes and featuring Steven Epp as Truffaldino, the double-dipping servant.
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.
In previews. Opens Nov. 3.
Kate Whoriskey directs a new play by Lynn Nottage, about a group of friends from an assembly line who find themselves at odds amid layoffs and pickets.
In previews. Opens Nov. 20.
Sutton Foster stars as a dance-hall hostess in the New Group’s revival of the 1966 musical, by Neil Simon, Cy Coleman, and Dorothy Fields. Leigh Silverman directs.
Opens Nov. 16.
Molly Ringwald stars in Dan Gordon’s play, based on the Larry McMurtry novel and the 1983 film, which follows a mother and daughter coping with love and tragedy over…
In previews. Opens Nov. 21.
Mark Brokaw directs a new play by Nicky Silver (“The Lyons”), in which a wife’s confession in a honeymoon suite has ramifications fifty years later.
Nia Vardalos stars in a stage adaptation of Cheryl Strayed’s book, about her stint writing the advice column “Dear Sugar.” Thomas Kail directs.