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.
On March 25, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke of a Coronavirus vaccination site dedicated to Broadway and theater industry workers. In April, small New York theatres opened their doors for the first in-person performances in over a year. From September, Broadway theatres will be allowed to open at full capacity.
Below is a list of all productions which are currently set to go ahead in New York, listed alphabetically by theatre.
Full list of Broadway shows opening
Dozens of Broadway productions have confirmed their reopening in fall 2021, as well as upcoming shows in 2022. Check out our guide to every Broadway show reopening in 2021.
Full list of off-Broadway shows opening
What other venues are open in New York?
Bryant Park: The Picnic Performances at New York City's Bryant Park will take place once more this summer. 25 events have been scheduled over the season to be available in person and via livestream, including sets from Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center and New York City Opera. The season runs from June 9 - September 20.
Daryl Roth Theatre: The North American transfer of Blindness will open for a limited engagement from April 2. First seen in London, the socially distanced sound installation sees a blindness pandemic spread through the European city, with a voiceover by Juliet Stevenson.
Jerry Orbach Theater at The Theater Center: Dunder Mifflin is open for business again. Based on the hit comedy, The Office! A Musical Parody will resume performances from April 9.
Players Theatre: The Super Crazy Funtime Show will reopen at Players Theatre from April 2, at a similar time to when Governor Cuomo said theatres can open across the city. Press material states that all cast members are vaccinated, with audience members all watching the show while remaining socially distanced.
Radial Park at Halletts Point Play: After cinematic musical shows in 2020, the venue will reopen this spring. Upcoming shows include The Blues Brothers as well as five audio plays including Treasure Island and The Tempest. More information can be found here.