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New York Theatre Shows & Tickets

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Life of Pi
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Life of Pi

See this spectacular new production, powered by puppetry and magic

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Top theatre to see in New York in March
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Top theatre to see in New York in March

Discover the must-see Broadway and Off-Broadway theatre starting performances this month.

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'A Doll's House' — ★★★★★
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'A Doll's House' — ★★★★★

Oscar winner Jessica Chastain soars in a sharp, stripped-back revival of Henrik Ibsen's groundbreaking play.

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Broadway Reviews

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  • With two Bob Fosse dance revues in existence — 1978's Dancin', now having its first revival at the Music Box Theatre, and 1999's Fosse — comparisons are inevitable, so let me make mine and get on with it. Fosse, a minimalist highlight reel of his best-known choreography, reflects what most people associate with him today: black hats, black leotards,

  • It’s a rare and thrilling gift when a musical presents a song that stirs up a legitimate lump in your throat. Parade, back in a banner revival, sees its stars Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond work that special magic twice with a pair of duets, one hopeful and one crushing. Memo: Bring tissues. First (and last) seen on Broadway in 1998, this unflinchingly dark show by composer-

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  • Upon arrival at the McKittrick Hotel’s Club Car space, audience members receive shots of whiskey and are instructed to tear napkins at their cocktail tables. The National Theatre of Scotland’s rollicking, immersive tale of The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart, which first bowed at the McKittrick in 2017, begins with a snowstorm of paper napki

  • Many Eric Bogosian titles feel tailored to 2023 audiences. Talk Radio examines the creation of an entertainment persona, parasocial relationships, and far-right extremist violence. subUrbia discusses the timeless dilemma of growing up, getting out, and getting your life together. But Bogosian’s Drinking in America, now at the Minetta Lane Theatre, has n

  • The Harder They Come is the new musical adaptation of the critically acclaimed 1972 film of the same name. The world premiere tuner at The Public Theater features a book by Suzan-Lori Parks and songs by Jimmy Cliff, including reggae hits such as “You Can Get It If You Really Want” and “Many Rivers to Cross,” plus new songs by Parks. Scenic designers Cl