Here's when all off-Broadway shows are opening
Discover when all upcoming off-Broadway shows are opening and reopening.
Theatres are opening again. From September 14, all theatres in New York City will be allowed to reopen once more, allowing full capacity audiences to return again. So far, a couple of off-Broadway shows have announced their return date. Here’s a rundown of all off-Broadway shows either coming back or reopening in 2021, listed by show name in alphabetical order.
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After a world premiere at London's Donmar Warehouse, Blindness transfers to the Daryl Roth Theatre. It's a sensory spectacle based on Nobel Prize-winner José Saramago’s dystopian novel, where audiences will live out what it's like to suddenly go blind in an apocalypse.
The off-Broadway premiere of Cheek to Cheek: Irving Berlin in Hollywood from York Theatre Company was initially scheduled for 2020, but will finally be performed in winter 2021. Performances begin on November 23 and run through to Jan. 2, 2022.
The family bubble entertainment show Gazillion Bubble Show will reopen at New World Stages this fall. Performances resume from October 9, and are currently booking to May 2022.
Get On Your Knees
The Cherry Lane Theatre will reopen on June 17 with Jacqueline Novak's Get On Your Knees. The acclaimed production returns to New York, after performances in Scotland and Los Angeles. Get On Your Knees runs to July 3.
Golden Shield by Anchuli Felicia King will begin previews at New York City Center on Apr. 26, 2022, with an opening night on May 17, 2022.
The off-Broadway production of Jersey Boys will continue its New World Stages run at Stage I from November 15. Jersey Boys transferred after 12 years at the August Wilson Theatre to its off-Broadway home, where it’s been since 2017. Find out more about Jersey Boys in New York here.
The award-winning revival of Little Shop of Horrors will reopen at the Westside Theatre from September 17. Jeremy Jordan will finally get to play the role of Seymour, joined by Christian Borle and Tammy Blanchard who reprise the roles of Orin Scrivello DDS and Audrey respectively. Find out more about Little Shop of Horrors in New York here.
Jocelyn Bioh's Nollywood Dreams will finally receive its world premiere at the Newman Mills Theater in October. Set in 1990s Nigeria, a budding actress lands a coveted role in a feature film, attracting the attention of a nationwide heartthrob. Find out more about MCC Theater's reopening season here.
Joshua Harmon's Prayers for a French Republic will begin performances at New York City Center this upcoming season. Previews begin on Jan. 11, 2022, ahead of an opening night on Feb. 1, 2022.
After a world premiere in Miami, Seven Deadly Sins makes its New York premiere in the Meatpacking District this summer. The 70-minute production includes seven 10-minute works by the likes of Bess Wohl, Ngozi Anyanwu and Moises Kaufman, who directs the production. Seven Deadly Sins is in the Meatpacking District from June 22, with an opening night on June 29. Find out more about Seven Deadly Sins in New York here.
The percussion production is back! Stomp will resume performances at the Orpheum Theatre from July 20, and is currently the first off-Broadway show to reopen at full capacity. Find out more about Stomp in New York here.
The off-Broadway engagement of The Play That Goes Wrong will reopen at New World Stages from October 15. Find out more about The Play That Goes Wrong in New York here.
The New York premiere of Trevor the Musical will receive its opening this fall. Performances begin at Stage 42 from October 25. Find out more about Trevor in New York here.
We all know who Winnie the Pooh is. Now see Winnie the Pooh on stage. Theatre Row is transformed into the Hundred Acre Wood this fall, as Disney's iconic bear is now at the centre of a new production. Winnie the Pooh will be joined Christopher Robin, and their best friends Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Owl and Tigger. Book Winnie The Pooh tickets here.
Photo credit: Cast of Little Shop of Horrors and Jersey Boys (Photos by Emilio Madrid-Kuser and Joan Marcus)