Miranda's In the Heights collaborator Thomas Kail will direct.
The new comedies are staged at Playwrights Horizons and Signature Theatre, respectively.
Bartlett Sher will helm the fifth main stem revival of the classic musical.
The event will also recognize the Edgerton Foundation for its leadership in the arts.
Robert Sternin and Prudence Fraser's new comedy about sex, love, and healthcare will play the Little Shubert Theatre.
The production premiered last summer at Barrington Stage Company.
Getting killed 64 times a week adds up.
The musical will also feature Heidi Blickenstaff, Jay Armstrong Johnson, and Jessica Molaskey.
For one night only, younger theatergoers will have access to one discounted ticket each.