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Critics' Picks

Check out the shows The New York Times has raved about.

These top-rated Broadway shows and off-Broadway shows have earned the coveted title of "Critics' Pick" from the New York Times.

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Once On This Island

"A big, bold delight." - Jesse Green

Hundred Days

"A musical memoir" -Ben Brantley

Harry Clarke

"Billy Crudup is having a blast as a Midwestern sad sack and his English alter ego" -Jesse Green
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Big Apple Circus

"A year after filing for bankruptcy, a beloved cultural institution returns to Lincoln Center." -Alexis Soloski
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Bright Colors And Bold Patterns

"Drew Droege...makes for hilarious company in this one-person show." -Charles Isherwood

School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play

"Refreshing and deepening it ['Mean Girls'] in the process" - Jesse Green
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The Band's Visit

"This singularly seductive show...finds the ecstasy in ennui in a small desert town" -Ben Brantley
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The Book of Mormon

“This was my fourth time and they still had me at ‘hello’”- Ben Brantley
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A Bronx Tale

"The musical-theater equivalent of that classic comfort food." - Charles Isherwood
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Dear Evan Hansen

“A gorgeous new musical for anyone with a beating heart.” - Charles Isherwood

Drunk Shakespeare

"In its outlandish way, it’s as carefully thought out and executed as any real 'Macbeth.'" - Neil Genzlinger
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School of Rock

"A Lloyd Webber show that only wants to have fun and hopes that you do, too." - Ben Brantley

In & Of Itself

"Tantalizing." - Alexis Soloski

A Room in India

"A huge, dizzy epic of all the world’s ills" -Jesse Green