Seven Deadly Sins

Seven Deadly Sins

Following an acclaimed, sold-out run along Miami’s famed Lincoln Road, Seven Deadly Sins comes to New York City's Meatpacking District this summer. The 70-minute play includes seven 10-minute works, written by some of the country's most provocative playwrights: Ngozi Anyanwu (Gluttony), Thomas Bradshaw (Sloth), MJ Kaufman (Pride), Moisés Kaufman (Greed), Jeffrey LaHoste (Envy), Ming Peiffer (Wrath), and Bess Wohl (Lust). Seven Deadly Sins tickets are on sale now.

For each play, audience members will watch the performances taking place in a glass block. Audiences will hear the production through headphones, provided at the performance. The performances will continue rain or shine, involve walking approximately three blocks.

Details on the seven plays in Seven Deadly Sins can be found below:

Tell Me Everything You Know (inspired by Gluttony) by Ngozi Anyanwu
Two women in a garden. One knows everything, the other hungry to know anything. Tell Me Everything You Know is a lesson in curiosity, information overload, and generally just minding your own damn business.

Hard (inspired by Sloth) by Thomas Bradshaw
Viagra is just about the only thing Jeff isn’t consuming these days. His and his wife’s sex life is going through a dry spell thanks to Jeff’s commitment to video games and not much else, but tonight she won’t take no for an answer.

Wild Pride (inspired by Pride) by MJ Kaufman
Not all advice is good advice… Wild Pride follows a trans YouTube influencer’s quest to give his followers the confidence he thinks they need…no matter the cost.

All I Want is Everything (inspired by Greed) by Moisés Kaufman
Two siblings, one inheritance. Things get dirty even when they’re not the ones digging the grave six feet under.

Naples (inspired by Envy) by Jeffrey LaHoste
In the Palace of Versailles, Princess Charlotte discovers a secret that might bring ruin to her husband’s young lover, Philippe. Will she protect him or throw him to the lions? A love triangle with only two sides can be very unstable. But who will prevail when their envy gets the best of them?

Longhorn (inspired by Wrath) by Ming Peiffer
What sins will you confess when pushed to the limit? A professional dominatrix whips her newest client into shape (literally and figuratively) as she discovers his questionable beliefs.

Lust by Bess Wohl
An exotic dancer takes to the pole, business as usual, but when her worst nightmare walks in, it’s not just her clothes that get stripped away.

Photo credit: Ernesto Sempoll

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About Seven Deadly Sins:

No subject is taboo as audiences rotate through seven uniquely designed storefronts, exploring the depths of desire, jealousy, rage, and more in a thrilling evening that merges live theater with performance art, dazzling design, and CDC-mandated regulations

Ngozi Anyanwu (Gluttony), Thomas Bradshaw (Sloth), MJ Kaufman (Pride), Moisés Kaufman (Greed), Jeffrey LaHoste (Envy), Ming Peiffer (Wrath), and Bess Wohl (Lust).
Moisés Kaufman
Yuki Link
David Rockwell
Dede Ayite
Cast list:
Tricia Alexandro, Shavanna Calder, Donna Carnow, Shamika Cotton, Brandon J. Ellis, Brad Fleischer, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Kahyum Kim, Morgan McGhee, Bianca Norwood, Caitlin O’Connell, Cody Sloan and Eric Ullo, Shuga Cain
Seven Deadly Sins Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
June 22, 2021
Opening date: 
June 29, 2021
Available from: 
June 22, 2021
Booking to: 
July 25, 2021
July 25, 2021

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

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Latest Seven Deadly Sins News & Features

Photo credit: Jessica Farr and Caleb Scott (Photo courtesy of Ernesto Sempoll)
‘Seven Deadly Sins’ to transfer to New York’s Meatpacking District
April 14, 2021

After a world premiere in Miami in late 2020, The Seven Deadly Sins will transfer to New York this summer.

Our Seven Deadly Sins Review

It’s strange to experience a show like Seven Deadly Sins in New York City right now. Performed in multiple storefronts to a guided audience using headsets, the production is a slick, seamlessly stage managed affair. Yet buzzing all around it is, well, chaos — the joy, mayhem and noise of a city returning to tumultuous life.