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A high school reunion pregame goes awry in this new play.
The Comeuppance Tickets
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About The Comeuppance

In The Comeuppance, the latest from “one of this country's most original and illuminating writers” (The New York Times), a self-proclaimed “Multi-Ethnic Reject Group” reconvenes for the first time in years to pregame for their twentieth high school reunion. They refamiliarize themselves with new versions of old selves over alcohol, other substances and a not-so-innocent truth-telling game. Meanwhile, Death looms over and speaks through them, describing their disquieting and darkly comedic pasts and futures.

Start date

May 17th, 2023

End date

June 25th, 2023




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The Comeuppance cast and creative team

By: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Director: Eric Ting
Producer: Signature Theatre Company
Cast list: Brittany Bradford (as Ursula), Caleb Eberhardt (as Emilio), Susannah Flood (as Caitlin), Bobby Moreno (as Francisco), Shannon Tyo (as Maryana) Design: Arnulfo Maldonado
Costumes: Jennifer Moeller and Miriam Kelleher
Lighting: Amith Chandrashaker
Sound: Palmer Hefferan
Other info: Magic design by Skylar Fox, intimacy coordination by Ann C. James


Pershing Square Signature Center

480 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, USA, 10036


Wheelchair access, assisted listening devices; open caption, audio described, and ASL performances

More information about The Comeuppance

Join the reunion at the latest play from Obie Award-winning playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. Get The Comeuppance tickets now, and watch a revelatory high school reunion unfold.

The Comeuppance play isn't exactly set at the reunion, though, but right before it, when a small group of old classmates get together to pregame. They all used to have lots in common, but everything they shared is just a memory now. The group now includes a former politician's wife, an overworked NYC journalist, a veteran Marine; an expat artist, and a familial caretaker. None are particularly happy with their lives, so dark truths come out over alcohol and not-so-innocent games.

Jacobs-Jenkins is best known for his Obie-winning play An Octoroon and his Pulitzer-nominated plays Gloria and Everybody. For The Comeuppance off Broadway, he teams up with director Eric Ting, who most recently directed the world premiere of Lloyd Suh's Pulitzer-nominated play The Far Country.

Get your comeuppance — and get your tickets — at The Comeuppance in New York.

What to Watch For

  • Death is a narrator in the play, describing the character's pasts and futures.
  • The play's characters call themselves the “Multi-Ethnic Reject Group” of their old high school.
  • Director Eric Ting and actor Shannon Tyo reunite for the second time this season on The Comeuppance — they collaborated on The Far Country at Atlantic Theater Company in winter 2022.
  • The Comeuppance caps off Jacobs-Jenkins's 10-year residency at Signature Theatre, to write and premiere multiple new plays for the company.
  • Jacobs-Jenkins also premiered his plays Everybody, Appropriate, and The Somonyng of Everyman with Signature as part of his residency.
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