Schedule of Upcoming Off-Broadway Shows | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Schedule of Upcoming Off-Broadway Shows

Due to the expansive nature of Off-Broadway, this list is not comprehensive.

• Theatre At St. Clement's
• Opening: October 2, 2023
• Playwright: Richard Hellesen
• Director: Peter Ellenstein
• Cast: John Rubinstein

Dwight D. Eisenhower, President, War Hero, Philosopher. His leadership rebuilding Europe and waging peace in the Cold War offers unique and informative perspectives on the troubles facing America and the world today.

• Roundabout Theatre Company - Laura Pels Theatre
• First Preview: September 14, 2023
• Opening: October 4, 2023
• Playwright: Nathan Alan Davis
• Director: Patricia McGregor
• Cast: Ngozi Jane Anyanwu, Jerome Preston Bates, Jessica Frances Dukes, Jon Michael Hill, Mallori Johnson, Lizan Mitchell, Nicole Ari Parker, Daniel J. Watts, Jance Coadie Williams, JJ Wynder

Late at night, deep in the woods of southern Illinois, a ghost tells Gail she will die within the next 24 hours. So begins The Refuge Plays, an epic tale that follows one Black family over 70 years. Written by Nathan Alan Davis, this bold reimagining of an American “family play” is full of humor, heart and surprises. Patricia McGregor directs.

• SoHo Playhouse
• First Preview: September 20, 2023
• Opening: October 4. 2023
• Book, Music, and Lyrics: Florencia Iriondo
• Cast: Florencia Iriondo

South follows an Argentinian woman who has only ever wanted a sibling, but things quickly change when she gets more than she asked for as she journeys from the southernmost tip of South America to the sprawling streets of New York City.

• WP Theater & Colt Coeur at WP Theater
• First Preview: September 23, 2023
• Opening: October 5, 2023
• Playwright: Eliana Pipes
• Director: Rebecca Martínez
• Cast: David Garelik, Malika Samuel

While trying to ditch class, Nathan, a white boy with family money who steals for sport, encounters Melody, an academic overachiever and the lone Black girl on campus, crying in a storage closet. They form an unexpected bond, but it’s not long before the heat between them boils over. Bite Me explores the drama (and trauma) of trying to fit in at high school and the unfinished business that haunts them when they reunite a decade later.

• Theatre One @ Theatre Row
• Opening: October 7, 2023
• Playwright: Owen Panettieri
• Director: Sarah Norris
• Cast: Danielle Ferland, Jenny Bacon, Maquis Rodriguez

When Trish arrives home one night to find the lights on and a stranger waiting at her bedroom window, she runs straight to her neighbor Liz's house for help. Though they haven't spoken in years, Liz invites her inside, but Trish immediately feels something is wrong. The more Trish learns about how Liz and her son Nathan have been living, the more certain she becomes that a threat to all their safety is quickly closing in around them.

• Yangtze Repertory Theatre @ Connelly Theatre
• Opening: October 10, 2023
• Playwright: Jeremy Tiang
• Director: Michael Leibenluft
• Cast: Sandia Ang, Drama Desk nominee Sonnie Brown, Claire Hsu, Julia Gu, Lydia Jialu Li, Jo Mei

In the spring of 1983, in a groundbreaking act of cross-cultural collaboration, Arthur Miller accepted an invitation to direct his play Death of a Salesman with an all-Chinese cast at the Beijing People’s Art Theatre despite not speaking a word of Mandarin. The production was a resounding success due, in no small part, to the multilingual talents of renowned Chinese actor Ying Ruocheng (Bertolucci's The Last Emperor) who translated the text and played Willy Loman. This extraordinary encounter, which Miller detailed in his memoir Salesman in Beijing, is the inspiration for Salesman之死, which centers on Shen Huihui, a young university professor, who is summoned to the theater for a special task: to interpret for Arthur Miller, who will soon arrive to direct his iconic play – in Mandarin. Meanwhile, the Chinese ensemble, newly out of the Cultural Revolution, has never met “a salesman.” Will they be able to find common ground? Mostly based on true events, Salesman之死 is a multilingual tale of cultural confusion, impossible translation, and unexpected encounters amid the chaos of theater making.

• Actors Temple Theatre
• First Preview: October 11, 2023
• Opening: October 15, 2023
• Book and Music: Jean-Pierre Hadida
• Lyrics: Jean-Pierre Hadida, Dylan Hadida
• Director: David Serero
• Cast: Zoey Burger, David Serero, Paloma Aisenberg, Kelly Fuller, Yardèn Barr, Marko Dumancic , Shelby Cox, Aaron Penzel, Madison Merlanti, Alexander Ullian, Alina Garcia, Liza Suzanna, Steven Harris, Benjamin Balatbat, E. Zoe Hassman

Anne Frank, a Musical, based on Anne Frank's life will feature 12 artists on stage to recreate Anne Frank's life filled with the touching music and lyrics written by Jean Pierre Hadida. At the crossroads of musical theater, opera, and oratorio, the twelve artists onstage will bring to life Ms. Frank's world in capacity. This musical piece is educative, emotional, and showcases the universal legacy of one of the most important Jewish figures of the past century.

• DR2 Theatre
• First Preview: September 29, 2023
• Opening: October 16, 2023
• Playwright: Patrick Page
• Director: Simon Godwin
• Cast: Patrick Page

Patrick Page has never shied away from exploring his dark side. Now, with this tour de force show, he turns his attention to the twisted motivation and hidden humanity at the heart of Shakespeare’s greatest villains. Moving swiftly through the Shakespeare canon, Page illuminates the playwright's ever-evolving conception of evil by delving into more than a dozen of his most wicked creations.

• Mint Theater Company / Theatre Four @ Theatre Row
• First Preview: September 30, 2023
• Opening: October 19, 2023
• Playwright: Elizabeth Baker
• Director: Jackson Grace Gay
• Cast: Christiane Noll, Gina Daniels, Gene Gillette, Tom Patterson, Joshua Echebiri, Madeline Seidman, Sara Haider

Kate Rolling is a shopowner in Brighton eager to grow her small, but smart, business. And the opportunity to do so comes along—with a marriage proposal, too!—when George Pillatt pitches a merger with his shop, the biggest in Brighton.

• The Shed
• First Preview: September 28, 2023
• Opening: October 22, 2023
• Book: David Ives
• Music and Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim
• Director: Joe Mantello
• Cast: Francois Battiste, Tracie Bennett, Bobby Cannavale, Micaela Diamond, Amber Gray, Jin Ha, Rachel Bay Jones, Dennis O'Hare, Steven Pasquale, David Hyde Pierce, Jeremy Shamos

The final musical by legendary composer Stephen Sondheim, with a book by David Ives, directed by Joe Mantello.

• LCT3 @ Claire Tow Theater
• First Preview: October 7, 2023
• Opening: October 23, 2023
• Playwright: Renae Simone Jarrett
• Director: Sarah Hughes
• Cast: Jasmine Batchelor, Denise Burse, Naomi Lorrain, Keilly McQuail, Jeena Yi

Daphne has left the city to live with her girlfriend Winona in the woods, and things in the house are beginning to sour. As the days slip through her fingers and a series of unsettling incidents make her question the boundaries of her reality, a strange transformation takes hold of Daphne’s body.

• Roundabout Theatre Company - Black Box Theatre
• First Preview: October 5, 2023
• Opening: October 26, 2023
• Playwright: York Walker
• Director: Tiffany Nichole Greene
• Cast: Crystal Dickinson, Chaundre Hall-Broomfield, Ashely Hildreth, Jade Payton, Lark White

When a struggling guitarist returns to his small Georgia town a blues star, rumors begin swirling that he may have made a deal with the devil to attain his musical genius. Before long, however, it becomes clear he's not the only one with a secret. A mythic and suspenseful new play that delivers one devilish twist after another, York Walker's Covenant explores the power of belief and the thin line between rumor and truth. Tiffany Nichole Greene directs.

• Gingold Theatrical Group
• First Preview: October 17, 2023
• Opening: October 26, 2023
• Playwright: George Bernard Shaw
• Director: David Staller
• Cast: Shanel Bailey, Delphi Borich, Ben Davis, Keshav Moodliar, Thomas Jay Ryan, Evan Zes, Karen Ziemba

Arms and the Man by Bernard Shaw is one of Shaw’s most enduringly popular comedies. The plot follows a hunted soldier who, seeking refuge in a young lady’s boudoir, starts in motion a series of highly engaging and unlikely comedic events. His unusual philosophies about life in general open up a world of thought she’d never previously entertained–certainly not with her dashing war-hero fiancée who also arrives unexpectedly. This early work of Shaw’s is a sparkling examination of romance, sex, love, negotiated relationships, political maneuverings, war, and hope.

• Ensemble Studio Theatre
• First Preview: October 18, 2023
• Opening: October 26, 2023
• Playwright: Brittany K. Allen
• Director: Mikhaela Mahony
• Cast: Brittany K. Allen, Denny Dale Bess, Bryn Carter, Tyrone Mitchell Henderson, Drew Lewis, Portia, Kate Siahaan-Rigg, Eric R. Williams

When Steve Durbin goes down the rabbit hole of charting his family's genealogy, he makes an unwelcome discovery that throws the entire Durbin clan into turmoil. Chiefly: his niece, Meg, who's forced to reconsider her relationship with Drew, a white physicist.

• Playwrights Horizons / Mainstage Theater
• First Preview: October 6, 2023
• Opening: October 29, 2023
• Book: David Adjmi
• Music and Lyrics: Will Butler
• Director: Daniel Aukin
• Cast: Will Brill, Andrew R. Butler, Juliana Canfield, Eli Gelb, Tom Pecinka, Sarah Pidgeon, Chris Stack

Stereophonic zooms in on a music studio in 1976 as an up-and-coming rock band recording a new album finds itself on the cusp of superstardom. The ensuing pressures could spark their breakup—or their breakthrough.

• Irish Repertory Theatre
• First Preview: October 20, 2023
• Opening: October 29, 2023
• Playwright: Brian Friel
• Director: Doug Hughes
• Cast: Raffi Barsoumian, Owen Campbell, Rufus Collins, John Keating, Owen Laheen, Seán McGinley, Seth Numrich, Oona Roche, Erin Wilhelmi, Mary Wiseman

Late August 1833 at a hedge-school in the townland of Baile Beag – an Irish speaking community in County Donegal. Strangers have arrived in town in the form of a detachment of Royal Engineers engaged on behalf of the British Army and Government to “standardize” the Gaelic name places by translating them into English. There is friction in the community and there is also love and romance between the native and the strangers.

• Classic Stage Company
• First Preview: October 10, 2023
• Opening: October 30, 2023
• Book: Jerome Weidman, revised by John Weidman
• Music and Lyrics: Harold Rome
• Director: Trip Cullman
• Cast: Adam Chanler-Berat, Eddie Cooper, Santino Fontana, Adam Grupper, Greg Hildeth, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Judy Kuhn, Julia Lester, Hayley Podschun, Sarah Steele, Joy Woods, Victor de Paula Rocha, Darron Hayes

It’s 1937 in New York City’s Garment District, and shipping clerk Harry Bogen (Tony-winner Santino Fontana) would love to sell you a bill of goods. In this dark musical comedy, Bronx-born Harry must choose between the comfort of community and his own ambitious dreams. He’ll have to do whatever it takes to get ahead, and even more to stay there. Better watch your back – sewing needles can be sharp.

• New York Theatre Workshop
• First Preview: October 11, 2023
• Opening: October 31, 2023
• Playwright: Hansol Jung
• Director: Leigh Silverman
• Cast: Marinda Anderson, Cindy Cheung, Esco Jouléy, David Ryan Smith, Ryan Spahn, Nicole Villamil, Shaunette Renée Wilson

On an island not far away from the vulnerable coasts of the enemy state, a mysterious blackout has left the Navy restless and itching for action. Lieutenant Shane Horne has occupied her time satisfying the libidinous needs of all the women on the base—including the jealous general’s wife. But her own merries will not… come. Meanwhile a famed Angel re-descends to amend her previous prophesy, sending the Navy’s psychiatrist on an epic quest to save humanity. Will the general discover the affair? Will the earth be saved? Will they ever be merry enough?

• Manhattan Theatre Club @ City Center Stage I
• First Preview: October 10, 2023
• Opening: November 1, 2023
• Playwright: Qui Nguyen
• Director: Mary  Adrales
• Cast: Jon Hoche, Ben Levin, Samantha Quan, Jon Norman Schneider, Maureen Sebastian, Paco Tolson

In the award-winning Vietgone, Qui Nguyen recounted his parents’ hot and hilarious courtship in a Vietnamese refugee camp in 1975. Now, six years later, Tong and Quang are building new lives in a foreign land called Arkansas. But marriage is hard – especially when she’s having doubts and his first one isn’t over yet. One family’s history makes for a raucously funny, deeply moving take on the immigrant story, told with hip-hop style.

• New York City Center
• Opening: November 1, 2023
• Book: John O'Hara, adapted by Richard LaGravenese, Daniel Beaty
• Music: Richard Rodgers
• Lyrics: Lorenz Hart
• Director: Savion Glover and Tony Goldwyn
• Cast: Ephraim Sykes, Elizabeth Stanley, Loretta Devine, Aisha Jackson, Brooks Ashmanskas, Jeb Brown

A new adaptation of the Rodgers and Hart classic about nightclub singer Joey Evans and his search for fame.

• Theatre For A New Audience @ Polonsky Shakespeare Center
• Opening: November 4, 2023
• Playwright: Samuel Beckett
• Director: Arin Arbus
• Cast: Michael Shannon, Paul Sparks, Jeffrey Biehl, Ajay Naidu

Vladimir and Estragon wait on a deserted country road to meet a person named Godot. Killing time with hat tricks and half-remembered stories, they dawdle through one of the greatest dramas of the 20th century. In Beckett’s absurd, anarchic world, life is vaudeville and tragedy, philosophy and confusion, all seamlessly woven together with the playwright’s masterful blend of poetry and humor.

• Actors Temple Theatre
• First Preview: October 30, 2023
• Opening: November 9, 2023
• Playwright: Rider McDowell
• Director: Rider McDowell
• Cast: Sean Young

Ode to the Wasp Woman chronicles the last 48 hours in the lives of 4 actual B movie stars, including George ‘Superman’ Reeves, Barbara Payton, Alfalfa Switzer and Susan Cabot.


• Vineyard Theatre
• First Preview: October 26, 2023
• Opening: November 12, 2023
• Playwright: John J. Caswell, Jr.
• Director: Rachel Chavkin
• Cast: Dianne Wiest

Winter, 1985. 75-year-old Meryl ditches ice-cold Milwaukee for sunny Los Angeles, hell-bent on becoming a movie star. She’s got big dreams, a little money, and a whole lot of nerve. But will the world ever know her for who she really is?

• West End Theatre
• First Preview: October 28, 2023
• Opening: November 12, 2023
• Playwright: Tom Stoppard
• Director: Eric Tucker
• Cast: Alan Altschuler, Lisa Birnbaum, Shaun Taylor Corbett, Caroline Grogan, Deychen Volino-Gyetsa, Mike Labbadia, Arash Mokhtar, Randolph Curtis Rand, Jamie "Smitty" Smithson, Zuzanna Szadkowski, Devin Vega, Elan Zafir

Tom Stoppard examines events at an English country home in 1809 and in the present day. Mathematics, romance, Lord Byron and other ideas and feelings contribute to the goings-on in the past, as two academics attempt to unravel them in the present.

• Lucille Lortel Theatre
• First Preview: October 30, 2023
• Opening: November 13, 2023
• Playwright: John Patrick Shanley
• Director: Jeff Ward
• Cast: Aubrey Plaza, Christopher Abbott

Have you ever been caught in an earthquake? A chance meeting. A dive bar. Some encounters are so dangerous and so beautiful, they redefine the meaning of love. Follow two desperate people in the Bronx, Danny and Roberta, as they walk the line between destruction and transcendence.

• MCC Theater Space / Susan & Ronald Frankel Theater
• Opening: November 13, 2023
• Book, Music, and Lyrics: Gavin Creel
• Director: Linda Goodrich
• Cast: Includes Gavin Creel, Sasha Allen, Madeline Benson, Chris Peters, Ryan Vasquez, Scott Wasserman

• Public Theater/Newman Theater
• First Preview: October 24, 2023
• Opening: November 19, 2023
• Book: Kristoffer Diaz
• Music and Lyrics: Alicia Keys
• Director: Michael Greif
• Cast: Shoshana Bean, Chad Carstarphen, Rein Clarke, Chloe Davis, Nico DeJesus, Brandon Victor Dixon, Timothy L. Edwards, Badia Farha, Vanessa Ferguson, Crystal Monee Hall, Gianna Harris, Chris Lee, Jackie Leon, Kecia Lewis, Raechelle Manalo, Maleah Joi Moon, Onyxx Noel, Sarah Parker, William Roberson, Niki Saludez, Mariand Torres, Donna Vivino, Lamont Walker II

In a cramped apartment hanging off the side of Times Square, 17-year-old Ali is desperate to get her piece of the New York dream. Ali’s mother is just as determined to protect her daughter from the same mistakes she made. When Ali falls for a talented young drummer, both mother and daughter must face hard truths about race, defiance, and growing up. Ali feels trapped, until the sound of a neighbor playing piano opens the door to an unexpected friendship and a radically different future.

• Lincoln Center Theater @ Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater
• First Preview: October 19, 2023
• Opening: November 20, 2023
• Book, Music, and Lyrics: Michael John LaChiusa
• Director: Graciela Daniele
• Cast: Enrique Acevedo, Andréa Burns, Eden Espinosa, Priscilla Lopez, Tally Sessions, Mary Testa, Kalyn West

Anuncia tends the garden of her country house as she reflects on her life, looking back on her girlhood in Juan Perón’s Argentina and paying homage to the family of women whose love and sacrifices allowed her to become an artist.

• National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene
• First Preview: November 14, 2023
• Opening: November 20, 2023
• Playwright: Avram Mlotek, Zalmen Mlotek
• Director: Motl Didner
• Cast: Steven Skybell, Abby Goldfarb, Avram Mlotek, Daniella Rabbani

A new musical that tells the story of the perseverance of the Jewish spirit during the Holocaust as expressed through Yiddish song. Amid Falling Walls (Tsvishn Falndike Vent) features material written and performed in ghettos, cabarets, partisan encampments in the forests, concentration camps and clandestine theaters. Amid Falling Walls includes first hand testimony of Holocaust survivors through their own poetry and music. Although many of the young men and women in their 20s and 30s who created this remarkable work were murdered during World War II, their songs are brought to life in this theatrical production, the first of its kind: telling the authentic story of resistance and hope through the words and music of those who were there.

• Ruth Stage / Theatre One @ Theatre Row
• Opening: November 24, 2023
• Playwright: James McLure
• Director: Joe Rosario
• Cast: Ana Isabelle, Ryan McCartan

James McLure's dark comedy, Lone Star, takes place in the cluttered back yard of a small town Texas bar. Roy, a brawny macho type, is back in town, battling symptoms of PTSD, after a hitch in Vietnam. Joined by his younger brother Ray, this hilarious and poignant study of a pair of Texas "good ole boys" explores the depths of brotherhood and the scars to be dealt with from battles fought at home and abroad.

• Merchant's House Museum
• Opening: November 28, 2023
• Playwright: Rhonda Dodd, John Kevin Jones
• Director: Rhonda Dodd
• Cast: John Kevin Jones

• Second Stage Theatre/Tony Kiser Theatre
• First Preview: November 8, 2023
• Opening: November 30, 2023
• Playwright: Jen Silverman
• Director: Tyne Rafaeli
• Cast: TBA

Step into a sophisticated, slippery world where the line between truth and fiction is all in the packaging. It's 1936, and a pair of passionate filmmakers have landed their next big project: a sweeping Spanish Civil War film with the potential to change American hearts and minds. It just happens to be bankrolled by the KGB.

• Public Theater/Anspacher Theater
• First Preview: November 16, 2023
• Opening: December 5, 2023
• Playwright: Mary Kathryn Nagle
• Director: Laurie Woolery
• Cast: TBA

A gripping journey from the fur trade of the 1600s to the stock trade of today, Mary Kathryn Nagle's Manahatta tells the story of Jane Snake, a brilliant young Native American woman with a Stanford MBA. Jane reconnects with her ancestral Lenape homeland, known as Manahatta, when she moves from Oklahoma to New York for a banking job just before the 2008 financial meltdown. Jane’s struggle to reconcile her new life with the expectations and traditions of her family and Nation are powerfully interwoven with the heartbreaking history of the Delaware Nation's expulsion from their land. Both old and new Manahatta converge in a lesson about the dangers of living in a society where there’s no such thing as enough.

• Actors Temple Theatre
• First Preview: November 11, 2023
• Opening: December 11. 2023
• Playwright: Sandra Tsing Loh
• Director: Thomas Caruso
• Cast: Caroline Aaron, Marilu Henner, Melanie Mayron, JoBeth Williams

Welcome to Jules’ stunning Brentwood mansion, where hangry (she's on a sugar cleanse) Marilyn is throwing a surprise birthday brunch for Claudia, who hates birthdays. Champagne corks pop—and tempers flare—when their long-estranged celebrity friend Zoey crashes the party, fresh from her TED Talks.

• Atlantic Theater Company / Linda Gross Theater
• First Preview: November 17, 2023
• Opening: December 12, 2023
• Book: Marco Ramirez
• Music and Lyrics: Buena Vista Social Club
• Director: Saheem Ali
• Cast: TBA

• Irene Diamond Stage @ The Pershing Square Signature Center
• First Preview: December 6, 2023
• Opening: December 17. 2023
• Playwright: Tennessee Williams
• Director: Emily Mann
• Cast: Tim Daly, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Lea DeLaria, Austin Pendleton, Jean Lichty, Carmen Berkeley, Eliud Kauffman, Keith Randolph Smith, Bradley James Tejeda, Dan Teixeira

A defrocked clergyman encounters inside disturbances amid outside disturbances at the Costa Verde Hotel in Acapulco as the world prepares for World War II. After four women of different ages and backgrounds, along with a 97-year-old poet, engage in the clergyman's spiritual struggles, their lives leap dramatically forward.

• Theatre For A New Audience @ Polonsky Shakespeare Center
• Opening: January 17, 2024
• Playwright: Shayok Misha Chowdhury
• Director: Shayok Misha Chowdhury
• Cast: TBA

Public Obscenities explores the pleasures and pitfalls of living in translation as it follows a queer studies PhD student returning to his family home in Kolkata with his Black American boyfriend.

• Irish Repertory Theatre
• First Preview: January 11, 2024
• Opening: January 21, 2024
• Playwright: Brian Friel
• Director: Charlotte Moore
• Cast: TBA

Ballybeg Hall once played host to grand balls, musical evenings, tennis parties: its rooms busy, bursting with painters, poets and politicians. And presiding over all of it, the imposing figure of Judge O’Donnell. Now, on the eve of a wedding, the O’Donnell children return to their ancestral home to find that the rot has set in.

• WP Theater
• Opening: January 27, 2024
• Playwright: Corinne Jaber
• Director: Lee Sunday Evans
• Cast: TBA

Childhood friends, Caroline and Alice reestablish contact after more than 20 years. As they begin to unravel shared memories, they discover the part that Caroline’s father, a renowned theater actor, played in both their lives and how it affects them to this very day. Corinne Jaber’s new play captures the wild vulnerability of youth and the heavy armature of adulthood in unsparing, theatrical detail.


• Vineyard Theatre
• First Preview: Januarry 25, 2024
• Opening: February 3, 2024
• Playwright: Sarah Gancher
• Director: Darko Tresnjak
• Cast:TBA

Steve likes Masha; Masha likes Nikolai; and Egor just wants to win a microwave. It’s another day at the office for the workers of St. Petersburg’s infamous (real-life) Internet Research Agency, whose job is manipulating social media to advance Russia’s agenda at home and abroad. Set in the lead-up to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, office comedy meets political satire in Sarah Gancher’s shape-shifting examination of the power, seduction, and danger of a good story.

• Audible Theatre @ Minetta Lane Theatre
• First Preview: February 28, 2024
• Opening: March 10, 2024
• Book: Itamar Moses
• Music and Lyrics: David Yazbek and Erik Della Penna
• Director: David Cromerr
• Cast: TBA

Elmer McCurdy was an ambitious, turn-of-the-20th-century outlaw whose death at the hands of a Western posse ended a life of failed crime and alcoholism and began a brilliant career as a mummified side-show attraction that travelled the USA for decades. By the time this journey ended, his name had been forgotten and his desiccated body was hanging in a house-of-horrors ride at an amusement park in Southern California, spray-painted a day-glo orange. Then one day, a grip for the “Six-Million Dollar Man” TV show jostled what he thought was “just a dummy” and an arm fell off, revealing a human bone and beginning a hunt for the origins of this enigma.

• Irish Repertory Theatre
• First Preview: March 16, 2024
• Opening: March 24, 2024
• Playwright: Brian Friel
• Director: Ciarán O’Reilly
• Cast: TBA

Gareth O'Donnell leaves his life in Ireland behind for fame and fortune in America, expressing his feelings through his two sides — the shy and dutiful public side and the angry, defiant private side — in Brian Friel's comedy.

• Theatre For A New Audience @ Polonsky Shakespeare Center
• Opening: April 5, 2024
• Playwright: Zinnie Harris
• Director: Zinnie Harris
• Cast: Nicole Cooper

Macbeth (an undoing) asks if we have really heard the whole story of Lady Macbeth with a re-imagination of the iconic character's trajectory.

• Atlantic Theater Company / Linda Gross Theater
• First Preview: May 16, 2024
• Opening: June 12, 2024
• Playwright: Lucy Kirkwood
• Director: Sarah Benson
• Cast: TBA

Rural England, 1759. As the country awaits the return of Halley’s comet, a young woman is sentenced to death. When she tries to escape the noose by claiming she is pregnant, twelve ordinary women are gathered to decide whether she is telling the truth. A dark, fierce, funny play about democracy and housework.

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