Opens Jan. 3.

COIL 2017

P.S. 122’s annual festival returns, with works including Yehuda Duenyas’s “CVRTAIN,” which uses virtual reality to create a cheering audience of thousands; Nicola Gunn’s “Piece for…

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Various locations.

 

In previews.

Jitney

Manhattan Theatre Club stages August Wilson’s drama about unlicensed cabdrivers in nineteen-seventies Pittsburgh, directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson and featuring André Holland and John Douglas Thompson.

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Samuel J. Friedman

Midtown

 

Previews begin Jan. 10.

Made in China

The Wakka Wakka ensemble created this consumerism-minded puppet musical, in which a middle-aged American woman with a penchant for big-box stores falls in love with her Chinese neighbor.

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59E59

Midtown

 

Previews begin Jan. 10.

Orange Julius

Dustin Wills directs Basil Kreimendahl’s play, about the transgender child of a Vietnam vet who is suffering from the effects of Agent Orange.

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Rattlestick

Downtown

 

In previews. Opens Jan. 8.

The Present

Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh star in the Sydney Theatre Company production of Andrew Upton’s play, based on an early Chekhov work (known as “Platonov”) and directed by…

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Ethel Barrymore

Midtown

 

In previews.

Yours Unfaithfully

The Mint stages a comedy by Miles Malleson, published in 1933 but never produced, about a depressed writer (Max von Essen) whose wife tries to reignite their marriage. Jonathan Bank…

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Beckett

Midtown

 

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