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Women's History Month

Celebrate the strong women of the stage by seeing a show showcasing their talents.

See great female-centric shows in New York in honor of Women's History Month this March.

Mean Girls

Tina Fey's hit film becomes a ferociously funny musical that centers on the relationship dynamics among teenagers.

In the Body of the World

The author of "The Vagina Monologues" comes to MTC with a powerful new play based on her critically acclaimed memoir.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Before she was a music icon, Carole King was just a songwriter from Long Island, and this musical charts her rise from newcomer to star.


Before Dorothy landed, the witches of Oz formed an unlikely friendship despite the societal labels placed upon them.


Don't cross Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly. These are sharp, tough women not afraid to go after what they want: fame, fortune, and acquittal.


Sarah Burgess's scathingly funny play examines the underbelly of our democracy and the schemes that keep it running.

Black Light

Daniel Alexander Jones takes on his alterego Jomama Jones in the immersive musical performance piece.

Summer: The Donna Summer Musical

Heaven was a dance floor. Donna Summer Reigned over it all.

Bernadette Peters in Hello, Dolly!

Tony winner Bernadette Peters steps into the iconic title role in this classic musical about a matchmaker in search of her own match.

Amy and the Orphans

Lindsey Ferrentino's play follows two unhinged siblings and their self-aware sister Amy.

Three Tall Women

Glenda Jackson, Laurie Metcalf, and Alison Pill star in the Broadway premiere of Edward Albee’s masterpiece.

Stein | Holum Projects Presents: The Wholehearted

Spectators have a ringside seat for this blood pumping revenge tragedy and intimate tribute to lost love.

Mlima's Tale

Lynn Nottage returns with a moving drama about a magnificent elephant caught in the clandestine international ivory market.


The achingly powerful tale of a woman’s desperate desire to have a child turns into a parable of modern life.

Party Face

Coming straight from Ireland, this hilarious play, which stars Hayley Mills, is about the lengths we go to prove we have it together.

Speed Queen

This trans-disciplinary play is about the moments that define us, the women who shape us, and the ache of love that can last a lifetime.

Sisters Three

This comedic multi-character play is put on by two actors who play all the parts and tell the story of a tumultuous family reunion.

Once On This Island

The journey of a fearless peasant girl who sets out to find the boy she loves and in the end, herself.

A Letter to Harvey Milk

This new musical is based on the short story written by Lesléa Newman.