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Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke lead a revelatory new Death of a Salesman. From the perspective of an African American family, Arthur Miller's tragedy illuminates the dark underbelly of the American Dream. Get tickets to experience the play The New York Times calls “vital and electrifying.”
Starring Academy Award winner Samuel L. Jackson, Emmy and Tony nominee Danielle Brooks, and Golden Globe nominee John David Washington, The Piano Lesson is a Pulitzer Prize-winning masterwork by August Wilson. The Charles family argues over whether to sell their heirloom piano to invest in their future or keep the piano to preserve their past. See a moving story about the meaning of family legacy by getting tickets to The Piano Lesson.
A sequel play to the worldwide sensation, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child finds a new generation of wizards traveling through time and meeting fan-favorite characters. See spellbinding illusions and rekindle the feeling of experiencing Harry Potter for the first time. Learn more about Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets now.
Comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia is making a splash on Broadway with hilarious tales of life, mortality, and a YMCA pool. His insightful and honest stories about growing pains and diving into one's fears resonate with audiences of all ages. Get a dose of relatable humor and get tickets to the funnyman's new special, The Old Man and the Pool.
World-renowned playwright Tom Stoppard returns to Broadway with his most personal work yet. Leopoldstadt spans 50 years of time over two hours, telling a heartfelt and heartbreaking story of the Holocaust's effect on one Jewish family. Get tickets now to this award-winning play, which combines philosophical and personal sentiments derived from Stoppard’s own Jewish heritage.
See why The New York Times called Suzan-Lori Parks's Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece Topdog/Underdog the best American play of the last 25 years. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Corey Hawkins star as feuding brothers Lincoln and Booth in this story of survival and hustle. Get tickets to see whether they can overcome the odds in this theatrical power struggle.
Oscar nominee Lee Daniels makes his Broadway debut as the producer of this searing comedy about what it means to be Black in America today. Find out why The New York Times calls Ain't No Mo' "thrilling, bewildering, campy, shrewd, mortifying, scary, devastating and deep," and learn more about tickets today.
Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope star in The Collaboration as Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, the most unlikely partnership the art world ever saw. Can these creative giants work together, or will they buckle under the weight of their egos? See the acting titans work together and get tickets to the Broadway transfer of Oscar nominee Anthony McCarten’s play.
Grey's Anatomy's Jesse Williams and Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson go for a second inning in the award-winning play Take Me Out on Broadway. When a baseball star comes out of the closet, the team's reception reveals unspoken prejudices about sexuality, masculinity, money, power, race, and class. Find out more about tickets to this grand-slam hit.
Kenny Leon directs the six-time Tony-winning actress Audra McDonald in this crime drama by Adrienne Kennedy, making her Broadway playwriting debut at 91. Writer Suzanne Alexander shares the terrifying truth about a crime that happened while she was in college when she returns to speak there decades later. Get tickets and witness the destructive nature of racism in this suspenseful play.