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Laura Linney and Jessica Hecht return to Broadway in the world premiere of this new play by Pulitzer Prize winner David Auburn. The women play a free-spirited artist and housewife, respectively, whose unlikely bond helps them discover their own independence during the course of one summer. Discover more about tickets to this show about intimacy, motherhood, and friendship.
Oscar winner Jessica Chastain is Nora Helmer in the latest revival of Henrik Ibsen's masterwork. Housewife and mother Nora is living the perfect 19th-century woman's life, but that's not the life she wants, and she intends to start her own independent one. Pulitzer Prize finalist Amy Herzog newly adapts Ibsen's script for today. Learn more about tickets to this timeless show.
With this delicious satire, Larissa FastHorse becomes the first Native American woman with a play on Broadway. Four actors must put on a culturally sensitive Thanksgiving pageant — but none of them are Native. Hilarity ensues as the performers contend with a feast of issues. Find out more about tickets to this play, which received acclaim off Broadway in 2019.
To be or not to be at this Pulitzer-winning play, that is the question. James Ijames's comedic send-up of Hamlet, set at a backyard barbecue, had audiences hungry for more in 2022. This version features a Black, queer Hamlet figure wondering if he has to kill his uncle — but what's the alternative? Learn more about tickets to the play serving up revenge with a side of ribs.
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.
Emmy winner Jodie Comer reprises her acclaimed role from London in this legal drama. She plays the brilliant lawyer Tessa, who sees the ugly side of her profession when she becomes the victim of a crime — and finds herself unlikely to be believed. This award-winning play is only on Broadway for a limited time — learn more about tickets today.