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New York Plays

There are 68 New York Plays. Judy Garland & Company! is the best deal at 77 percent off. Jaxx & Lolo is selling for as low as $10.

Starring Peter Mac as Judy Garland and EVERY Other Hollywood Diva!
In America’s future, everything is underwater, but the TVs work. Two women share dreams of fame that will never come true— until they do.
One woman’s life, one bra at a time. How high will you bid?
Caroline Burns Cooke takes on the roles of mother, jury, judge, and conscience in the heartbreaking yet darkly funny tale.
Celebrated Chilean theater collective Bonobo gives new significance to the notion of The Other in Tú Amarás (You Shall Love).
A tragicomic solo show of a few not-so-tall tales.
We're Gonna Die is a non-musical/non-play/non-concert that is not about dying
Debra Messing (Will & Grace) returns to the stage in this poignant new play as fearless in scope as it is tremendous in heart.
Dominique Morisseau's play delves into the urgent issue of the "school-to-prison" pipeline that ensnares people of color.
PERFECT CRIME is a funny, romantic thriller about a psychiatrist who seems to have killed her rich husband.
Time Out New York says: “When Fishamble is [in New York], you’ve got to go.”
A must see new comedy about the inescapable ups and downs of family. Starring Tony Award Winner Len Cariou & Tony Nominee Craig Bierko.
One professional actor has 5 shots of whiskey and then attempts to perform in a Shakespearean play.
Simon Stone, creator of last season’s rapturously received Yerma, returns to New York with a contemporary rewrite of Euripides’ tragedy.
Truffles: A Murder Mystery Jazz Dinner takes you into the Donati family Truffle auction, where murder and betrayal is about to occur.
Following rave reviews in NYC and Edinbugh, Sinking Ship’s Drama Desk-nominated, visually-striking show returns for 12 performances.
The Astronaut School has 4 students—but only one can make it to outer space. Who has what it takes? Does anyone even know what it takes?
HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE reunites the two original stars with their award-winning director for a new production.
The Off-Broadway debut of playwright Zora Howard with her play STEW, presented by award-winning theatre company Page 73.
Hilarious, satiric, and deeply moving, the play explores ingratitude, wealth, and what determines self-worth.
Two one-hour, solo shows with overlapping themes of outrageous physical bravado and risqué showmanship.
The Inheritance is a brilliant re-envisioning of E. M. Forster’s masterpiece Howards End to contemporary New York.
Unexpected love triangles, separated twins, and mistaken identities propel this gender-bending tale.
Hamill’s Dracula confronts the sexism in Bram Stoker’s original work and subjugates it as a smart and disquieting feminist revenge fantasy.
A raucous comedy exploring an obnoxious, bureaucratic hell. Any touching moments or examination of morality are purely accidental.
100 voices. 25 years. 1 man.
Three generations of women. Their lives play out simultaneously. For each, the chaos of what has come before brings a painful legacy.
Negga’s portrayal of Hamlet “shifts from boyish vulnerability to martial ferocity.” (Financial Times)
See Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two on Broadway.
Laurie Metcalf & Rupert Everett star in Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Directed by Joe Mantello. Previews begin March 2.
The Good Soul of Setzuan is about the brutalizing nature of poverty and the lengths to which one must go to remain good in a corrupt world.
Bess Wohl's new play explores a family turned upside-down and takes an intimate look at the wild, unpredictable, & enduring nature of love.
The Inheritance is a brilliant re-envisioning of E. M. Forster’s masterpiece Howards End to contemporary New York.
Enter the Friday Forty for $40 tickets ($20 per Part) to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway.
Jaxx & Lolo explores the redemptive power of an unusual friendship as Lolo battles the threat of Jaxx's suicide.
Two brothers and their sister-in-law recount the loss of a family member, the week after an accident.
Three generations of men live under one roof and grapple with their own truths of what it means to be black and gay.
Two Star Wars fans have written an epic musical about the greatest movies of all time, but dark forces are looming over their production.
Middle-aged siblings live a quiet life, but their peace is disturbed when their movie star sister returns with her twentysomething boy toy.
World traveler Martin Dockery takes us on an epically joyous and tragic journey in this true tale about love, loss, and monarch butterflies.
This critically acclaimed immersive performance unveils a mystery found in an amateur audio recording made over 60 years ago.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece rockets onto Broadway for the first time.
Keen Company presents the New York Premiere of "Blues for an Alabama Sky" by Pearl Cleage and directed by LA Williams.
The story of one woman’s tumultuous passage from convent girl to glittering cabaret chanteuse to infamous madame of a string of brothels
See the hilarious, award-winning, one-woman show that inspired the BBC’s hit TV series "Fleabag," recorded live from London’s West End.
In MsTRIAL, internationally renowned trial lawyer John Paris plays to win, both in and out of court.
The hilarious true story of Barra Grant who grew up in the shadow of her mother, Bess Myerson—the first and only Jewish Miss America!
Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning American classic comes to Broadway in a new adaptation by Aaron Sorkin, Directed by Bartlett Sher.
Seventy-two miles. That’s the space between Nogales, Mexico and Tucson, Arizona—and distance that separates a mother and her family.
An electrifying metaphysical adaptation strongly rooted in the tradition of theatrical storytelling.
La Maison dungeon is back. The ensemble plays both dommes and clients navigating work, life, and relationships post-Trump.
The Shrill Collective presents a reimagining of the play, TRIFLES, by proto-feminist playwright Susan Glaspell.
A woman's journey to find Federico Fellini and the creativity, freedom and vibrancy he represented.
The first-ever stage adaptation in Spanish of this renowned masterpiece.
A one act dance opera that scrutinizes the genesis of our choices, consciousness, addiction, routines, and love.
Paddington goes next door to borrow a cup of sugar from his neighbor Mr. Curry, but in typical Paddington fashion nothing goes to plan.
Richard Greenberg celebrates the personal and professional intricacies of America’s favorite pastime
Linney returns to Broadway in the American premiere of a haunting new solo play adapted by Rona Munro.
The time is right to see "The Play That Goes Wrong," Broadway’s funniest and longest-running play!
Gallery Players' signature festival of new works by new and established playwrights, featuring world premieres of new comedies and dramas.
Lesli Margherita, Lucas Steele, Ann Harada and more lead a star-studded cast in the must-see show of the winter. Face it. You wanna know.
In the aftermath of a school shooting, Sheriff’s Deputy Andy Rubens must come to terms with the choices he made during the tragedy.
Dave Harris’s New York debut crackles with humor and suspense—confronting tactics for surviving institutions that were not built for you.
Paris is the Off-Broadway playwriting debut of acclaimed actor Eboni Booth (Dance Nation), directed by Knud Adams (Marie and Bruce).
Romeo awakens to finds himself in 1960 chasing Bernadette, the foul-mouthed daughter of a crime family in this spoof of a timeless tale.
Actors perform a re-enactment of one woman's deportation case directly from court transcripts.
A Southern Fairytale artfully illuminates the challenges facing a young, gay Christian growing up in the Deep South.
In this intensely personal and timely show, Robin puts on her detective hat to investigate what happened in 1953.

New York Plays per Ticket Price

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