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Off Broadway Openings

The date listed is when a show will have its official opening night. However, shows will also have 'preview' performances before the official opening night. (See info on the right!)

Date Off Broadway Shows Opening

23 Jan 2017 TELL HECTOR I MISS HIM
by Paola Lázaro
at Atlantic Theater Company
at Atlantic Stage 2

(previews from 11 Jan 2017)

26 Jan 2017 LIAR, THE
by David Ives, based on the play Le Menteur by Pierre Corneille
at Classic Stage Company
(previews from 11 Jan 2017)

26 Jan 2017 YOURS UNFAITHFULLY
by Miles Malleson
at Theatre Row's Beckett
(previews from 27 Dec 2016)

26 Jan 2017 INCIDENT AT HIDDEN TEMPLE
by Damon Chua
at Theatre Row's Clurman
(previews from 21 Jan 2017)

30 Jan 2017 YEN
by Anna Jordan
at MCC Theater
at Lucille Lortel Theatre

(previews from 12 Jan 2017)

02 Feb 2017 VOX LUMIERE'S PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
by Kevin Saunders Hayes
at Daryl Roth Theatre
(previews from 16 Jan 2017)

08 Feb 2017 BIG RIVER
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Music & Lyrics by Roger Miller, Book by William Hauptman, adapted from the novel by Mark Twain
at Encores!
at New York City Center (Mainstage)

(previews from 08 Feb 2017)

08 Feb 2017 JONAH AND OTTO
by Robert Holman
at Theatre Row's Lion
(previews from 01 Feb 2017)

12 Feb 2017 RING TWICE FOR MIRANDA
by Alan Hruska
at New York City Center (Stage II)
(previews from 24 Jan 2017)

15 Feb 2017 MAN FROM NEBRASKA
by Tracy Letts
at Second Stage Theatre
at Tony Kiser Theatre

(previews from 26 Jan 2017)

16 Feb 2017 EVENING AT THE TALK HOUSE
by Wallace Shawn
at The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre
at The Pershing Square Signature Center

(previews from 31 Jan 2017)

21 Feb 2017 EVERYBODY
by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
at The Irene Diamond Stage
at The Pershing Square Signature Center

(previews from 31 Jan 2017)

22 Feb 2017 IF I FORGET
by Steven Levenson
at Laura Pels Theatre
at Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre

(previews from 02 Feb 2017)

22 Feb 2017 KID VICTORY
Music by John Kander, Book & Lyrics by Greg Pierce
at Vineyard Theatre
(previews from 01 Feb 2017)

27 Feb 2017 PENITENT, THE
by David Mamet
at Atlantic Theater Company
at Linda Gross Theater

(previews from 08 Feb 2017)

27 Feb 2017 BULL IN A CHINA SHOP
by Bryna Turner
at Lincoln Center / Claire Tow Theater
(previews from 11 Feb 2017)

27 Feb 2017 WAKEY, WAKEY
by Will Eno
at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre
at The Pershing Square Signature Center

(previews from 07 Feb 2017)

28 Feb 2017 ON THE EXHALE
by Martín Zimmerman
at Black Box Theatre
at Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre

(previews from 07 Feb 2017)

28 Feb 2017 LINDA
by Penelope Skinner
at Manhattan Theatre Club
at New York City Center (Stage I)

(previews from 03 Feb 2017)

01 Mar 2017 SWEENEY TODD
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by Hugh Wheeler, Adapted by Christopher Bond
at Barrow Street Theatre
(previews from 14 Feb 2017)

01 Mar 2017 ALL THE FINE BOYS
by Erica Schmidt
at Ford Foundation Studio Theatre
at The Pershing Square Signature Center

(previews from 14 Feb 2017)

02 Mar 2017 C.S. LEWIS ONSTAGE
The Most Reluctant Convert

by C.S. Lewis, adapted for the stage by Max McLean
at Theatre Row's Acorn
(previews from 08 Feb 2017)

08 Mar 2017 OUTER SPACE, THE
by Ethan Lipton, Vito Dieterle, Eben Levy & Ian Riggs
at Joe's Pub at The Public Theater
(previews from 23 Feb 2017)

09 Mar 2017 WHEN IT'S YOU
by Courtney Baron
at Theatre Row's Clurman
(previews from 21 Feb 2017)

12 Mar 2017 GRAVEDIGGER'S LULLABY, THE
by Jeff Talbott
at Theatre Row's Beckett
(previews from 28 Feb 2017)

13 Mar 2017 LIGHT YEARS, THE
by Hannah Bos & Paul Thureen
at Playwrights Horizons' Mainstage Theater
(previews from 17 Feb 2017)

15 Mar 2017 JOAN OF ARC: INTO THE FIRE
by David Byrne
at The Public's Newman Theater
(previews from 14 Feb 2017)

20 Mar 2017 HOW TO TRANSCEND A HAPPY MARRIAGE
by Sarah Ruhl
at Lincoln Center / Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
(previews from 23 Feb 2017)

20 Mar 2017 CHURCH & STATE
by Jason Odell Williams
at New World Stages / Stage 5
(previews from 03 Mar 2017)

22 Mar 2017 NEW YORKERS, THE
A Sociological Musical Satire

Music & Lyrics by Cole Porter, Book by Herbert Fields, based on a story by E. Ray Goetz & Peter Arno
at Encores!
at New York City Center (Mainstage)

(previews from 22 Mar 2017)

27 Mar 2017 JOHN LEGUIZAMO: LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS
by John Leguizamo
at The Public Theater
(previews from 24 Feb 2017)

04 Apr 2017 LIGHTNING THIEF, THE
The Percy Jackson Musical

by Joe Tracz & Rob Rokicki, based on the novel by by Rick Riordan
at Lucille Lortel Theatre
(previews from 23 Mar 2017)

05 Apr 2017 GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM
by Martin Sherman
at The Public's Martinson Theater
(previews from 14 Mar 2017)

09 Apr 2017 PROFANE, THE
by Zayd Dohrn
at Playwrights Horizons' Peter Jay Sharp Theater
(previews from 17 Mar 2017)

10 May 2017 GOLDEN APPLE, THE
by John Latouche and Jerome Moross
at Encores!
at New York City Center (Mainstage)

(previews from 10 May 2017)

Expected Jun 2017 ANIMAL
by Clare Lizzimore
at Atlantic Theater Company
at Atlantic Stage 2

(previews from 24 May 2017)

05 Jun 2017 END OF LONGING, THE
by Matthew Perry
at MCC Theater
at Lucille Lortel Theatre

(previews from 18 May 2017)

06 Jun 2017 COST OF LIVING
by Martyna Majok
at Manhattan Theatre Club
at New York City Center (Stage I)

(previews from 16 May 2017)

20 Jun 2017 FULFILLMENT CENTER
by Abe Koogler
at Manhattan Theatre Club
at New York City Center (Studio at Stage II)

(previews from 06 Jun 2017)

27 Jun 2017 NAPOLI, BROOKLYN
by Meghan Kennedy
at Laura Pels Theatre
at Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre

(previews from 09 Jun 2017)

10 Jul 2017 PIPELINE
by Dominique Morisseau
at Lincoln Center / Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
(previews from 15 Jun 2017)

What are Previews?
Generally, previews are performances that allow the director and production team to make changes or for the cast to become settled in their part before the show is attended by theatre critics.

The general public can buy tickets for previews, and in some cases the price is reduced. Generally, you won't find much difference between a show in previews and when it is technically 'opened', although new musicals may have many changes!


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