I Need That on Broadway Tickets
I Need That on Broadway Information
Golden Globe winner Danny DeVito stars in I Need That, the newest comedy from Theresa Rebeck that kicks off Roundabout Theatre Company's 2023-24 Broadway season. Get I Need That tickets on New York Theatre Guide.
In Rebeck's I Need That play, DeVito plays Sam, a reclusive hoarder who prefers the company of his things to the company of people. But when threatened with eviction if he doesn't clean up his place, Sam must finally decide what's trash and what's treasure. The distinction, it turns out, is muddy.
I Need That is the fifth Broadway play of Theresa Rebeck, following Mauritius, Seminar, Dead Accounts, and Bernhardt/Hamlet. Rebeck has written more than 40 full-length plays and one-acts that have appeared off Broadway and beyond. Her play Omnium Gatherum was a finalist for the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
In I Need That on Broadway, DeVito stars opposite his daughter, Lucy DeVito. The play is Danny DeVito's second Broadway gig after 2017's The Price (which earned him a Best Featured Actor Tony nomination) and is Lucy DeVito's Broadway debut.
What has Danny DeVito been in?
Danny DeVito has appeared in more than 100 movies and TV shows during his 50-plus-year career. He is best known for his Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning performance as Louie De Palma in Taxi and, currently, as Frank Reynolds in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He is also a director and producer of films including Matilda.
Tickets to I Need That in New York are available now.
Cast and creative
By: Theresa Rebeck
Director: Moritz von Stuelpnagel
Producer: Roundabout Theatre Company
Cast list: Danny DeVito (as Sam), Lucy DeVito (as Amelia), Ray Anthony Thomas (as Foster)
Design: Alexander Dodge
Costumes: Tilly Grimes
Lighting: Yi Zhao
Sound: Fitz Patton
Other info: Original music by Fitz Patton
Latest I Need That on Broadway News & Features
Danny DeVito and his daughter, Lucy DeVito, join forces in Theresa Rebeck's play, which marks the younger DeVito's Broadway debut and the elder's return.
Though best known for screen roles in projects like Taxi and Matilda, DeVito has a long history on the New York theatre scene, dating back to the '60s.