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When a mild-mannered florist finds a talking, blood-drinking flower, he sees a path to success and romance. The campy horror comedy Little Shop of Horrors has become a cult classic in person and on the silver screen since 1960, and this production won multiple Best Musical Revival awards. Forget all your gardening aspirations and get tickets to this quirky, bloody Off-Broadway show.
Part Monty Python, part Sherlock Holmes, this British comedy is one of New York’s funniest shows. Props go missing, sets fall down, and actors forget their lines on an amateur troupe’s opening night, and that’s not even the half of it. Get tickets to the show where catastrophe is all part of the plan.
There's no day but today to get tickets to Without You, the new one-man musical by Anthony Rapp that celebrates an iconic modern musical. Get Anthony Rapp's Without You tickets on New York Theatre Guide. Without You is a musical, based on Rapp's New York Times bestselling memoir, about the show that changed his life. He shares how at 22, he was working at Starbucks and low on money — and then came an audition for a new show called Rent. Rapp didn't know it yet, but Jonathan Larson's rock musical about bohemian New Yorkers living through the AIDS crisis would soon revolutionize the modern musical and cement Larson in theatre history. But on the day of Rent's first-ever performance off Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, Larson died. With Rent songs, original music, and personal anecdotes, Rapp pays tribute to Larson in Without You and the love, loss, and life-changing experiences being a part of Rent brought him. Rapp originated the lead role of filmmaker Mark Cohen off Broadway in 1996, on Broadway later that year, and in London in 1998. His other Broadway credits include Six Degrees of Separation, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and If/Then, which also featured his Rent co-star Idina Menzel. Rapp published Without You in 2006 and first turned the book into a stage show in 2012. He has performed that version in London, Edinburgh, Toronto, Boston, and more, but Without You off Broadway is its first production in New York. Though Without You is called a one-man show, Rapp is accompanied on stage by a five-piece band as he performs songs like "La Vie Boheme," a flagship Rent song, and "Losing My Religion" by R.E.M., which he used to audition for Rent back in the '90s. Get tickets to Anthony Rapp's Without You in New York now.
The first Off-Broadway production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in history is at the Theatre at St. Clements this summer. Get Cat on a Hot Tin Roof tickets now.Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a play set in the Mississippi estate of Big Daddy Pollit, a domineering cotton tycoon and patriarch of a viperous family in turmoil, on the dual occasion of his 65th birthday and (alleged) clean bill of health. The play focuses on the tempestuous relationship between his grieving, alcoholic, former star athlete son, Brick, and Brick's fiery, outspoken wife, Maggie, his scheming elder son Gooper and daughter-in-law Mae. As they come together, everyone knows about Big Daddy's terminal cancer diagnosis except for him and Big Mama.Premiering on Broadway in 1955 (and winning the Pulitzer Prize), Cat On A Hot Tin Roof has been revived five times on Broadway and was made into a film in 1958 starring Elizabeth Taylor as Maggie and Paul Newman as Brick.
This New York-debut play about the lives of those in the welfare system is years in the making. Writer/director Alexander Zeldin based his compassionate work on interviews and firsthand accounts of those living in shelters, and with the audience sitting among the actors, they're asked to step into others' shoes. Learn more about Love tickets now.