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Full list of New York theatre productions that are open
This article will be updated regularly with the latest theatre shows open in New York.
Although all Broadway productions are currently suspended to May 30, 2021, a number of off-Broadway and open-plan performing venues will be reopening their doors to audience members. Law currently states that there is a statewide ban in New York of all gatherings of more than 500 people will go into effect.
As reported in Playbill, companies believe they can stage shows due to “their ability to reconfigure seating plans and the lack of commercial necessity as non-profits.”
Below is a list of all productions which are currently set to go ahead for a live audience in New York, listed alphabetically by theatre.
Daryl Roth Theatre: The North American transfer of Blindness will be open for a limited engagement at the off-Broadway theatre. First seen in London, the socially distanced sound installation sees a blindness pandemic spread through the European city, with a voiceover by Juliet Stevenson. Read more here.
The Shed: Originally created as a 19-person play, Claudia Rankine’s Help has been adapted into a monologue, set to be performed at The Shed.