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Three Houses Tickets

Escape the chaos. Embrace the magic.
Three individuals stand on stage, with one in front and two behind, wearing a mix of formal and casual attire. The stage is dimly lit with various props around.
A man with a beard plays an electric guitar on a bar counter, while another person in a dark jacket leans against the bar listening, under a red-lit marquee.
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A person manipulates a blue dragon puppet as another person reacts nearby in a dimly lit room with medieval decor.
Three Houses Tickets

About Three Houses

Get Three Houses tickets and witness the exciting return of composer, lyricist, and librettist Dave Malloy (a three-time Tony Award nominee for Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812) and director/choreographer Annie Tippe (Ghost Quartet) to Signature Theatre following their extended, smash hit, Octet. Get Three Houses on New York Theatre Guide.

For their last Signature musical in 2019, Malloy won an Obie Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, and Drama Desk Award, so audiences are in for a treat as every score Malloy accomplishes reinvents his artistic style and gleefully pushes the boundaries of the form.

Experience Three Houses off Broadway and see three distinct narratives intertwine: Sadie is hiding in New Mexico, Susan has absconded to Latvia, and Beckett is just yearning for Ireland. All are alone, all are haunted by their ancestors — and all three somehow also hear the Big Bad Wolf coming for their new homes.

Poetic and magical, Three Houses is a post-pandemic play about the end of the world, how we rediscover home, and the vital need for hope and community. Taking on the style and exuberance of an open mic night and featuring a sterling cast of six, Three Houses is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

Malloy often works with performers again and again who are wise interpreters of his music, and his newest show is no different: performer Scott Stangland appeared on Broadway in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, and two other Three Houses cast members, J.D. Mollison and Margo Seibert, were previously in Octet at Signature, and that company won a Drama Desk Special Ensemble Award. Malloy’s musicals tend to look at fractured communities, so audiences will get to see the family of stars he’s worked with over his award-winning career on the Signature stage. Get tickets to Three Houses in New York.

Run time

1hr 40min. No intermission.

Start date

April 30th, 2024

End date

June 16th, 2024

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298 Reviews | 104 Followers
Great singing, Exquisite, Clever

See it if A well sung deep dive into the psyches of three individuals during the isolation of the pandemic

Don’t see it if Three individual stories each if about 30 minutes. Some felt long



38 Reviews | 27 Followers
Thought-provoking, Great singing, Clever, Ambitious, Absorbing

See it if Obviously, you’re a Malloy fan. Three experiences of the pandemic through a lens of darkness and demons. Incredible performances.

Don’t see it if You want something light and fluffy to take your mind off of your own demons n

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39 Reviews | 8 Followers
3 people sing their stories of pandemic isolation, Set at open mike night at a mystic dreamworld cafe, Gorgeous singing of an ambitious sung-thru score, Five piece on-stage orchestra, Repetitious structure weakens its impact

See it if you’d like a new, arty & ambitious musical about three people’s experiences of loss, isolation & mental illness during the pandemic.

Don’t see it if you’re not up for essentially 3 separate sung vignettes that combine dark themes with whimsy (there are puppets) & some catchy tunes.



522 Reviews | 83 Followers
Intelligent, Great singing, Entertaining, Clever, Absorbing

See it if you go to theater to see and experience something that imparts another world view. These stories in song are absorbing and enchanting.

Don’t see it if you expect a typical play with dialogue rather than essentially three stories told in song in some mystical place.

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Our Review

'Three Houses' review — pandemic madness and ghosts haunt this unmissable musical

21 May 2024, 01:00
Read our review of Three Houses off Broadway, a new musical written by the Tony Award-nominated creator of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812.

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Show schedule

Day of weekMatineeEvening
Thursday-7:30 PM
Friday-7:30 PM
Saturday2:00 PM8:00 PM
Sunday2:00 PM-

Frequently asked questions

What is Three Houses about?

See the musical Three Houses at Signature Theatre off Broadway. A highly anticipated new show, Three Houses in New York marks the reunion of Dave Malloy and Annie Tippe, who won acclaim for their last Signature musical, Octet.

How long is Three Houses?

The running time of Three Houses is 1hr 40min. No intermission.

Where is Three Houses playing?

Three Houses is playing at The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center. The theatre is located in 480 W 42nd St, New York, 10036.

How much do tickets cost for Three Houses?

Tickets for Three Houses start at $85.

How do you book tickets for Three Houses?

Book tickets for Three Houses on New York Theatre Guide.

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