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Off-Broadway Shows Opening Soon in December 2022

Get tickets to must-see upcoming Off-Broadway shows on New York Theatre Guide, and be the first to see the newest Off-Broadway shows in New York. Discover a diverse selection of new Off-Broadway musicals and Off-Broadway plays. Get the best seats early by buying Off-Broadway tickets on New York Theatre Guide, and check our Broadway Opening Soon page for more upcoming shows.

Oct 10, 2022 - Dec 18, 2022

See Harrison David Rivers's cathartic new play about learning to heal. When an old lover comes into Jonah's life and reopens old wounds, he must reconnect with his family, who he's pushed away, and find strength in them in order to move on. Get tickets to this show whose story comes alive with both words and movement.

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Nov 3, 2022 - Dec 11, 2022

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.

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Nov 8, 2022 - Dec 31, 2022

Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Ruhl's newest play stars Tony Award winner Deirdre O'Connell. Centuries after a woman named Rebecca Nurse was hanged for witchcraft in the Salem Witch Trials, her descendant Becky turns to magic herself to improve her life. Get tickets to see this spellbinding work about the links between witchcraft and womanhood throughout generations.

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Nov 10, 2022 - Dec 29, 2022

Verdi's Rigoletto has been reimagined in a new production for The Metropolitan Opera, directed by Bartlett Sher. Rigoletto is an opera in which the Duke of Mantua and his court jester, the titular Rigoletto, become cursed when the Duke's philandering offends the wrong person. The action is now set in 1920s Europe amid ornate Art Deco sets. Rigoletto tickets are on sale now on New York Theatre Guide. After a lauded premiere on New Year’s Eve 2021, Bartlett Sher’s Art Deco–inspired production of Verdi’s ever-popular masterpiece returns for its first revival. Baritone Quinn Kelsey and soprano Rosa Feola reprise rapturously acclaimed turns as the tragic jester Rigoletto and his headstrong daughter, Gilda, and two artists make noteworthy Met debuts: tenor Benjamin Bernheim as the promiscuous Duke of Mantua, and Maestro Speranza Scappucci on the podium. Bass Andrea Mastroni is Sparafucile, and mezzo-soprano Aigul Akhmetshina also debuts as Maddalena. Later performances feature four additional stars, with baritones Luca Salsi and Michael Chioldi, soprano Lisette Oropesa, and tenor Stephen Costello taking over as Rigoletto, Gilda, and the Duke. World premiere: Teatro La Fenice, Venice, 1851 A dramatic journey of undeniable force, Rigoletto was immensely popular from its premiere and remains fresh and powerful to this day. The story, based on a controversial play by Victor Hugo, tells of an outsider—a hunchbacked jester—who struggles to balance the dueling elements of beauty and evil that exist in his life. Written during the most fertile period of Verdi’s artistic life, the opera resonates with a universality that is frequently called Shakespearean.

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Dec 16, 2022 - Jan 6, 2023

Mozart's The Magic Flute continues The Metropolitan Opera's annual holiday tradition of presenting abridged English-language operas suitable for young audiences. The Magic Flute is an opera about a brave prince who goes to rescue the daughter of the fearsome Queen of the Night, only for him and the princess to find that the queen is the enemy. The Magic Flute tickets are on sale now on New York Theatre Guide.

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Dec 2, 2022 - May 18, 2023

The mighty walls and towering monuments of ancient Egypt once again fill the Met stage, as Verdi's great spectacle returns. Soprano Latonia Moore—hailed for her performances in Porgy and Bess and Fire Shut Up in My Bones—stars as the Ethiopian princess torn between love and country, sharing the role with rising soprano Michelle Bradley. Mezzo-sopranos Anita Rachvelishvili and Olesya Petrova alternate as Aida's implacable Egyptian counterpart Amneris, with tenors Brian Jagde and Marcelo Álvarez as the warrior Radamès, the object of both of their affections. Baritones George Gagnidze, Quinn Kelsey, and Luca Salsi portray Aida's father, Amonasro, and bass-baritone Christian Van Horn is the iron-fisted priest Ramfis. Maestro Paolo Carignani conducts.World premiere: Opera House, Cairo, 1871. This grandest of grand operas features an epic backdrop for what is in essence an intimate love story. Set in ancient Egypt and packed with magnificent choruses, complex ensembles, and elaborate ballets, Aida never loses sight of its three protagonists. Few operas have matched Aida in its exploration of the conflict of private emotion and public duty, and perhaps no other has remained to the present day so unanimously appreciated by audiences and critics alike.

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Nov 25, 2022 - Dec 31, 2022

Julia May Jonas's Your Own Personal Exegesis is at Lincoln Center Theater in fall 2022. Check back for information on Your Own Personal Exegesis tickets on New York Theatre Guide. Your Own Personal Exegesis is a play set in a liberal church, following a group of congregants and staff who experience religious and erotic awakenings in the building's rooms. Brian seeks power, Addie seeks transformation, Beatrice seeks attention, and the youth pastor Kat seeks a connection with Chris, a parishioner. This comedic play shows where eroticism and ecstasy, of the religious and bodily varieties, cross. LCT3, Lincoln Center Theater's program for emerging writers and new plays, presents the world premiere of Your Own Personal Exegesis off Broadway. The show is by Julia May Jonas, an author of books and plays whose other works include the novel Vladimir and the play Time and Motivation for Fitness. She also leads and creates work for her own theatre company, Nellie Tinder, including a five-play cycle titled All Long True American Stories that reframe classic plays about men. Directing Your Own Personal Exegesis in New York is Annie Tippe, the Lucille Lortel Award-winning director of Octet at Signature Theatre. Brian Cavanagh-Strong wrote original music for the show; he also composed music for Jonas's All Long True American Stories plays. Check back for information on Your Own Personal Exegesis tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

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