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Playwright David Cale and director Leigh Silverman reunite with another one-person production following the acclaimed Harry Clarke. Sandra, a one-woman thriller, sees a woman get tangled up in romance and danger abroad while searching for her missing friend. Find out more about tickets to this suspenseful new play.
The Peanuts gang comes to life in the stage adaptation of A Charlie Brown Christmas, the classic TV special. See Charlie Brown and all his friends put on a Christmas play, spruce up Charlie's tiny Christmas tree, and discover the true meaning of the holiday. The audience even gets to sing Christmas carols with the cast at the end of the show.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Will Arbery premieres his newest play, Evanston Salt Costs Climbing, with The New Group this fall. Get Evanston Salt Costs Climbing tickets on New York Theatre Guide. Evanston Salt Costs Climbing is a play centered on Peter and Basil, two salt truck drivers in the title Illinois city. With winters getting worse and worse, their jobs are essential — but if the new technology their boss envisions actually gets implemented, their labor will not be. And the possibility of unemployment might not be the only reason for their sense of impending dread. Try as they might to distract themselves with humor, something even scarier might be lurking beneath the streets where they work. Arbery is the playwright of Heroes of the Fourth Turning, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, and Corsicana, which premiered off Broadway in spring 2022. He self-describes as "from Texas and Wyoming" and sets most of his work in these states; Corsicana and his play Plano take place in the former, and Fourth Turning in the latter. Regardless of setting, Arbery's work focuses on the stories of the ordinary people living in rural, oft-overlooked areas of America. Danya Taymor directs Evanston Salt Costs Climbing off Broadway. Taymor made her Broadway directing debut in 2021 with Pass Over, the first new Broadway show to open since the pandemic. She previously directed that show off Broadway in 2018, and her other Off-Broadway credits include Arbery's Heroes of the Fourth Turning and Jeremy O. Harris's "Daddy". She is the niece of Tony-winning The Lion King director Julie Taymor. Get tickets to Evanston Salt Costs Climbing in New York now.
This musical parody of the hit Netflix show Stranger Things is turning New York upside down. Stranger Sings! brings audiences along with Mike, Dustin, Lucas, Will, and more on their interdimensional adventures — except this version includes lots more '80s camp, singing demogorgons, and stage time for Barb. Get Stranger Sings! tickets now.
Take part in the tradition and see this acclaimed revival. Back for an encore run after an acclaimed premiere, director Joel Grey's production is performed entirely in Yiddish, with English and Russian supertitles. Get tickets and hear the musical's bost beloved songs, like "If I Were a Rich Man" and "Matchmaker, Matchmaker," in a whole new way.
A Sherlock Carol is bringing the Christmas spirit — and some famous Christmas spirits of literature — to New World Stages this holiday season. Mark Shanahan's new play takes Arthur Conan Doyle's and Charles Dickens' classic characters and mashes them up in one mysterious tale. A Sherlock Carol tickets are available on New York Theatre Guide now.A Sherlock Carol is a play that takes place following the death of Ebenezer Scrooge, a changed and benevolent man since the events of A Christmas Carol. But Tiny Tim, now an adult and not so tiny, believes Scrooge died under mysterious circumstances. So he enlists the best of the best detectives to investigate: Sherlock Holmes, who's seeking a new purpose now that his longtime nemesis, Moriarty, is dead. Already a haunted man after all he's seen, Holmes gets literally haunted as he's investigating Scrooge's death. Like Scrooge before him, the ghosts of past, present, and future pay Holmes a visit.Shanahan's play has previously been performed as a reading at Mile Square Theatre in New Jersey in 2019; as part of Florida Repertory Theatre's virtual Festival of New Works in 2020; and as a virtual reading through Connecticut's Westport County Playhouse in early 2021. The 2021 production of A Sherlock Carol Off-Broadway in New York marks the show's Off-Broadway debut, just in time for the holidays. A Sherlock Carol is suitable for all ages.Tickets to A Sherlock Carol are available now. Get A Sherlock Carol tickets on New York Theatre Guide today.
Katie Holmes stars in the New York premiere of The Wanderers, written by Anna Ziegler and directed by Barry Edelstein, at Roundabout Theatre Company's Laura Pels Theatre. Get The Wanderers tickets on New York Theatre Guide. The Wanderers is a play about two couples: Orthodox Jewish newlwyeds Schmuli and Esther, and secular Jew Abe and a movie star (Holmes). The newlyweds' future is all spelled out for them; their marriage is arranged, and they don't know each other well. Abe's future is in his own hands — or so he thinks. When the movie star emails Abe unexpectedly, she puts that belief, and both their marriages, to the test. Both couples wrestle with the question of whether they can be happy with what they have, or if they'll always be looking for something more. The premiere of The Wanderers off Broadway was initially scheduled for 2020; its world premiere was at The Old Globe in San Diego. Playwright Ziegler has had three other shows off Broadway since 2015: A Delicate Ship, The Last Match (which also played the Laura Pels Theatre), and Actually. Across the pond, Nicole Kidman won an Evening Standard Award for her performance in Ziegler's play Photograph 51, about scientist Rosalind Franklin's role in discovering DNA. Director Barry Edelstein has more than 20 Off-Broadway directing credits, which include multiple works at The Public Theater and Classic Stage Company. One of these was Race, a play he also adapted, in 2001. The Wanderers marks his first major Off-Broadway production in more than 10 years; his last was The Twenty-Seventh Man at the Public. Get tickets to The Wanderers in New York now.
Tony Award winner Linda Lavin stars in this absurd new Off-Broadway drama. When a young man struggles to tell his loved ones he's sick, he hires an older woman to do it for him, and their gradual friendship heals them in unexpected ways. You'll never see what's coming next when you get tickets to You Will Get Sick.