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Peter Friedman and Sydney Lemmon (Succession) lead this thriller to Broadway for 10 weeks only.
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About Job on Broadway

Get Job tickets and see the “riveting” (the Daily Beast) Peter Friedman and Sydney Lemmon star in this new play by Max Wolf Friedlich about how much we sacrifice for our work. Get Job tickets and see this thriller, directed by Michael Herwitz, on Broadway for a limited time only.

Experience Job in New York. In this psychological thriller and highly contemporary two-hander about our addiction to work, young Jane is placed on leave following a breakdown at her job that went viral on social media. Despite the chaos, Jane craves the job, and her new therapist, Lloyd, may hold the key to her success — or demise. A taut 80-minute play that won’t let you come up for air, Job is a “slick, cleverly crafted drop-tower ride” per New York magazine. See Job on Broadway at the Hayes Theater, playing through September 29 only. Get tickets with TodayTix now.

Run time

1hr 20min.

Start date

July 15th, 2024

End date

September 29th, 2024


Ages 17+. Children under 4 years old will not be admitted.

Production note
This production contains strobe and flashing lights, moments of darkness, and loud sound effects. Performances begin promptly. There is no late seating. Patrons who leave their seat for any reason during the performance will not be re-admitted.
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304 Reviews

Wish I Could See Them All

Wish I Could See Them All

803 Reviews | 253 Followers
Edgy, Freaky, Scary, Riveting, Clever

See it if Pycho thriller had me on the edge of my seat. Surprising, generational, intelligent and bizarre. Great characters, acting & effects.

Don’t see it if You can’t stand the suspense! It’s not perfect, but if you suspend your disbelief, it’s really cool.



1172 Reviews | 390 Followers
Relevant, Great acting, Intelligent, Edgy, Absorbing

See it if you like psychological thrillers (a la McDonagh); JOB is abt our lives in the internet age. Lemmon's terrific. Thought provoking, clever

Don’t see it if you need high prodn values, action, or light fare. Dense/tense talk. Opens w/pointed gun; not for kids. But lots of millennials in audience.

Marc 7104

Marc 7104

523 Reviews | 99 Followers
Relevant, Intense, Dizzying, Clever, Absorbing

See it if a peak into the complex stress levels a job can bring an individual is just the perspective you've needed about your on work place drama.

Don’t see it if a story about someone who is dealing with a STRESSFUL work situation is too triggering for you because this play will set you off for sure!

Karen 6302

Karen 6302

405 Reviews | 145 Followers
Riveting, Edgy, Great acting, Clever

See it if you want to see 2 actors shine in an intense, provocative drama. Clever and intense, the dialogue holds your attention for the 1-1/2 hours.

Don’t see it if you don't like two-handers. But you'll be missing out on an exciting theatrical experience. The audience was completely into it.

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Stars on stage

Peter Friedman

Peter Friedman

Sydney Lemmon

Sydney Lemmon

Job on Broadway cast and creative team

By: Max Wolf Friedlich
Director: Michael Herwitz
Cast list: Sydney Lemmon (as Jane), Peter Friedman (as Loyd)
Sets: Scott Penner
Costumes: Michelle J. Li
Lighting: Mextly Couzin
Sound: Cody Spencer
Other info: Dramaturgy by Hannah Getts, original music by Devonté Hynes


240 West 44th Street, New York, NY, United States, 10036


Wheelchair and elevator access

More information about Job on Broadway

Max Wolf Friedlich is a young playwright on the rise, and Job marks his Broadway debut. Similar to a harrowing Black Mirror episode, Job follows young tech professional Jane following a public mental breakdown. Only able to return if she gets approved from her therapist, their sessions together explore modern themes, including work addiction, social media, and mental health. All the while, a force binds Jane and her therapist ever closer together.

Best known for playing Frank on Succession, Peter Friedman is a theatre mainstay, earning a Tony Award nomination for Ragtime (original cast) and several Drama Desk Award nominations, including one win. Sydney Lemmon is Jack Lemmon’s granddaughter and marks her Broadway debut with this new play. A New York Times Critic’s Pick, the show enjoyed two highly acclaimed off-Broadway runs and is, per The New Yorker, “engrossing, disturbing, and frequently funny.” The play runs for a limited time and promises a wild ride.

What to watch For

  • Friedman and Lemmon have both appeared on Succession: Friedman, as Frank, won a Screen Actors Guild Award, and Lemmon had a featured role as one of Kendall Roy’s love interests.
  • Director Michael Herwitz has been on Broadway before: 20 years ago, as a child performer, he appeared in Dracula, the Musical and, years later, in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
  • Reviews were glowing for the off-Broadway productions: the New York Times called it a “tight, clever play” in its Critic’s Pick review.
  • Job was the winner of the inaugural SoHo Playhouse Lighthouse Series after appearing at that theatre; a return engagement was put up at the Connelly Theater before transferring to Broadway.

Please Note: Children under 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

No weapons permitted on the premises. No outside food or beverages, electric scooters, e-bikes, or battery-powered transportation devices, except when medically necessary.

All items are subject to inspection. Anything brought into the theatre must fit on your lap or completely under your seat without blocking any aisles.

The use of cameras, cell phones, and other recording devices during the show is strictly prohibited by law, except when used for accessibility services.

Frequently asked questions

What is Job on Broadway about?

Get Job tickets and see Job play in New York City following its acclaimed runs off Broadway. Succession actors Peter Friedman and Sydney Lemmon star in this New York Times Critic’s Pick.

What is the running time of Job on Broadway?

Job on Broadway runs for 1hr 20min.

Which theatre is Job on Broadway at?

Job on Broadway is at New York's Hayes Theater, which is located at 240 West 44th Street, New York, 10036.

How much are tickets for Job on Broadway?

Job on Broadway tickets start at $63.

What is the age recommendation for Job on Broadway?

Ages 17+. Children under 4 years old will not be admitted.

How do you get tickets for Job on Broadway?

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