The Flanagan Collective & Gobbledigook Theatre bring a modern retelling of an ancient myth for a North American Premiere.
When the devil takes up residence in your country… will you act?
Find out what all the rage is about in this critically acclaimed world premiere comedy now extended through 1/5. NYT Critic’s Pick.
A Waning Gibbous Moon, a new gay romantic comedy from award-winning playwright Joe Marshall.
The time is right to see "The Play That Goes Wrong," Broadway’s funniest and longest-running play!
One professional actor has 5 shots of whiskey and then attempts to perform in a Shakespearean play.
The Inheritance is a brilliant re-envisioning of E. M. Forster’s masterpiece Howards End to contemporary New York.
Set in a rundown house of a California suburb, this world premiere looks at the chaos that erupts when a roommate invites a girl to move in.
A world premiere play from Pulitzer Prize finalist Will Eno.
Canadian tree planter turned rap artist Baba Brinkman breaks down the science and politics of global warming.
In MsTRIAL, internationally renowned trial lawyer John Paris plays to win, both in and out of court.
A poetic meditation on the roles artists play in times of war through a fantastical friendship between Franz Marc and Else Lasker-Schüler.
This elegant new musical bridges worlds imagined and real, exploring the wonders of human imagination and the romance of knowledge.
Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Adly Guirgis’ first new play since Atlantic 2014 award-winning production of Between Riverside and Crazy.
Mil Grus means “One Thousand Cranes” and one of them is always awake...
Enter the Friday Forty for $40 tickets ($20 per Part) to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway.
When little Gary's gender atypical Christmas gift request is denied, he sends heart-felt letters that nudge Santa Claus out of the closet.
Tony® Award winner Mary-Louise Parker returns to Broadway in this thrilling New York Times Critics' Pick.
Ntozake Shange’s form-changing choreopoem tells the stories of seven women of color using poetry, song, and movement.
CSC presents MACBETH by William Shakespeare, directed by John Doyle, tale of revenge, murder, and madness. (NY Times Critic's Pick!)
Paul Simon is a name that has cemented itself into the “hearts and bones” of audiences all over the world.