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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.

The Prom on Broadway

"Makes you believe in musical comedy again." - Jesse Green

The Ferryman on Broadway

"Astonishing. This is theater as charged and expansive as life itself." - Ben Brantley

Ain't Too Proud on Broadway

"This show considers the interchangeability of a crew of Motown’s finest, though there’s plenty of star shine, too." - Ben Brantley

What The Constitution Means To Me on Broadway

"The most important play to open on Broadway so far this season" - The New York Times

Fiddler on the Roof In Yiddish

"The kind of authenticity no other American "Fiddler" ever has." - The New York Times

Come From Away on Broadway

"This musical pushes emotional buttons" - Ben Brantley

The Book of Mormon on Broadway

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

My Fair Lady on Broadway

"The best Broadway musical of the year." - The New York Times

Oklahoma! on Broadway

"All the infectious exuberance you expect from a great musical." - The New York Times


When shit goes down, your girls show up.

Mac Beth

Seven young women hurl headlong into the unchecked passions of Macbeth, as the line between real life and blood fantasy quickly blurs.