Slave Play on Broadway Tickets
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Slave Play on Broadway Tickets

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Slave Play on Broadway Tickets

About Slave Play on Broadway

Jeremy O. Harris' acclaimed drama Slave Play returns to Broadway, following celebrated runs at New York Theatre Workshop and the Golden Theatre. Robert O'Hara once again directs the production, which plays a limited eight-week engagement at the August Wilson Theatre. Slave Play tickets are available on New York Theatre Guide now.

Divided into three acts, Harris' play is both provocative and transgressive as it explores universal themes of attraction, relationships and race through the lens of four couples.

Act 1 is titled “Work” and is set a few miles south of Richmond, Virginia. Act 2 is titled “Process” and follows a modern-day therapy session. Act 3 is titled “Exorcise” and explores how our collective past manifests itself into modern-day situations.

Following its historic 12 nominations at the 74th Tony Awards — the most for any Broadway play in history — Slave Play will challenge and thrill Broadway audiences once more, venturing outside the realms of traditional Broadway plays. Slave Play is showered with plaudits, including the Rosa Parks Playwriting Award, the Lorraine Hansberry Playwriting Award, The Lotos Foundation Prize in the Arts and Sciences and the 2018 Paula Vogel Award.

This play contains nudity, sexual content, sexual violence, and racially violent language.

Tickets to Slave Play are available now. Book Slave Play tickets on New York Theatre Guide today.

Start date

November 23rd, 2021

End date

January 23rd, 2022

Categories

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Reviews

Audiences Say
Thought-provoking, Ambitious, Great acting, Edgy, Absorbing
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524 reviews on Show-Score

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Tom 6090
Ambitious, Intense, Raunchy, Thought-provoking, Resonant
80 / 100
Patrick M 4
Relevant, Thought-provoking, Great acting, Great staging, Clever
80 / 100
Jordan46
Ambitious, Resonant, Relevant, Thought-provoking, Absorbing
85 / 100
TheatreRat
Relevant, Funny, Great acting, Intense, Thought-provoking
86 / 100
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Venue

245 West 52nd Street, New York, NY, United States, 10019

Accessibility

Wheelchair spaces available on the orchestra level through a designated access door

More information about Slave Play on Broadway

Jeremy O. Harris, “a major new voice in the American theater” (Chicago Tribune), has brought back to Broadway the “raw, revelatory, and revolutionary play” (The Daily Beast) that garnered a record-breaking 12 Tony Award® nominations. Directed by two-time NAACP and Obie Award® winner Robert O’Hara, SLAVE PLAY is “one of the best and most provocative new works to show up on Broadway in years” (The New York Times). At the MacGregor Plantation, nothing is as it seems, and yet everything is as it seems. It’s an antebellum fever-dream as three interracial couples converge to rip open history at the intersection of race, love, sex, and sexuality in 21st-century America. Don’t miss this production that “reimagines the possibilities of what theater can give us” (The New York Times).

At the MacGregor Plantation, nothing is as it seems, and yet everything is as it seems. It’s an antebellum fever-dream as 3 interracial couples converge to rip open history at the intersection of race, love, sex, and sexuality in 21st-century America. Don’t miss this production that “reimagines the possibilities of what theater can give us” (The New York Times).

Tickets

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