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In 18th-century Vienna, music is the currency of power and Court Composer Antonio Salieri is the toast of the town. That is, until a young prodigy by the name of Mozart comes on the scene. Reeling from the realization of his own mediocrity in the face of true genius, Salieri swears vengeance on the God that gave Mozart his breathtaking talent. Winner of seven Tony Awards including Best Play, Amadeus explodes with musical masterpieces and richness of language, juxtaposing the petty world of human excess, indulgence and jealousy with the transcendent achievements of human artistry, passion and genius.
A fierce, biting comedy about family, faith and what you choose to believe when you're chosen. The night after their grandfather's funeral, three cousins engage in an explosive verbal (and sometimes physical) battle. In one corner is Daphna Feygenbaum, a "real Jew" who is volatile, self-assured and unbending. In the other is her equally stubborn cousin Liam, a secular and entitled young man, who has his shiksa girlfriend, Melody, in tow. When Liam stakes claim to their grandfather's chai necklace, a vicious and hilarious brawl over faith and family legacy ensues. Nominated for three Outer Critics Circle Awards and four Lucille Lortel Awards.
Set in Dublin against the backdrop of James Joyce's Ulysses, Bloomsday follows a man in search of the woman who captured his heart 30 years earlier. Weaving in and out of time, we witness the very separate paths their lives have taken. Told with humor, wit, and heartache, this buoyant and moving new play brings the power and importance of living in the present into the light.
"My name is Tramaine Berry Thompson and I am more than meets the eye..." A senseless act of gang violence alters a high school senior's dreams, leaving his family to pick up the pieces and find hope and resilience within their tight-knit Brooklyn borough.
An actor's life is never easy. One day you're the Mayor of Disney's Toontown, the next you're the resident shopkeeper for Barbra Streisand's basement mall. Turns out it's lonely at the top (and the bottom) of the Hollywood food chain. This outrageous comedy takes an insider's look at fame and friendship and pushes it to the limit.
An art gallery hosts a retrospective of the work of a legendary Chinese dissident artist who was imprisoned in a Chinese detention center for a single work of art. Recently profiled in the New Yorker, the artist himself is present and shares with patrons the details of an ordeal that defies belief. A labyrinthine exploration of truth, art, social justice and cultural appropriation ensues, where nothing is as it first appears.
Can one word alter the course of your life? Through a dizzying fugue of vignettes, audiences watch as Marianne and Roland's relationship unfolds across time and space, with each variation sending their relationship on an entirely new trajectory. Science and romance collide in this unusual love story that's delighted audiences in New York and London.
Pakistani-born Amir seems to be living the American Dream. A successful New York lawyer, he enjoys a comfortable life with his American wife, a talented artist influenced by Islamic imagery. But when his Muslim heritage is questioned, his life begins to unravel and a celebratory dinner with friends leads to a fiery debate on prejudice, identity and faith.
Taproot's brand new adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula takes you on a chilling adventure following the unlikely allies that join forces to defeat an ancient villain. Dare to enter the crypt as light invades darkness in the ultimate battle between life and death.
Rock music, counter-culture, and the sexual revolution take center stage in HAIR, the first and most successful rock musical of all time. Featuring the iconic numbers "Aquarius," "Good Morning Starshine," "I Believe in Love," "Hair," "I Got Life," "What a Piece of Work Is Man," and "Hippie Life," HAIR offers meaningful commentary on the generational divide of the Sixties, lending vitality and insights that remain relevant today.
WARNING: This show includes simulated drug use and sexual acts, racial stereotypes and slurs of the era, nudity, profanity, refusal of authority, energy, love and happiness.
Who decides who is capable of raising a child? Veteran social worker Caroline will do whatever it takes to protect baby Luna Gale, but her well-intentioned mission is swayed by hidden motives, buried secrets and moral ambiguity. Powerful and arresting, Luna grapples with the age-old question of whether the end justifies the means.
Blending elements of vaudeville, soapbox, and alehouse, Brecht's powerhouse anti-war play features one tough-as-nails matriarch. Anna Fierling, a sly and artful entrepreneur known as Mother Courage, strives to keep her family and her business held together while war rages all around her - a war that she profits from. Shot through with satire and peppered with music and song this is an epic theatrical experience about resilience in the face of bitter struggle.
The cultural reference point takes it to the next level in this outstanding new play. Hailed by the New York Times as one of the Top Ten Plays of 2013 and "downright brilliant," Mr. Burns is a post-apocalyptic tale when survivors must begin again and bond together to create a new society. Not Shakespeare. Not Dickens. No, the greatest common cultural icon is the popular "Cape Feare" episode of The Simpsons. This imaginative dark comedy propels us forward nearly a century, following a new civilization stumbling into its future.
Confronting the truth locks two strong, unconventional women in an elemental battle peppered with Shaw's wicked humor. With grit and wit, Kitty Warren pulled herself out of the London slums in order to give her daughter, Vivie, the opportunities she never had. When the two meet for the first time after many years, they both discover that neither mother nor daughter is the woman they thought they knew. A delightfully heartbreaking comedy about a shocking topic that is both timeless and timely.
First loves, vindictive exes, lavish balls, all the latest fashions-and secret fencing clubs! Janet Chancellor comes to London, giddily anticipating a season of dancing and parlor visits. But once she meets Hazel McGovern, she discovers a world of women living just under the covers of polite society…women who drink, duel, and call each other sweetheart.
Juliana Smithton is a successful neuroscientist on the brink of a breakthrough in her field, but the rest of her life in unraveling. Her husband has filled for divorce, her daughter has eloped and her health is in danger. But in this highly acclaimed, haunting new play, things are not always as they seem. The Other Place follows Juliana as she unravels a personal, 10-year-old mystery, sifting through muddled facts, half-truths and hazy memories that lead her back to a Cape Cod cottage where an epiphany waits for her. Called "a cagy, emotionally resonant drama packed with plot twists" by the New York Times, The Other Place was nominated for a Tony Award, an Obie Award and two Outer Circle Critics Awards including Outstanding New Play.
The American Wild West and Victorian England collide in this original adventure tale. The year is 1887, the occasion is the Queen Victoria's Jubilee, and the coincidences are suspiciously piling up. The creative team behind 2013's hit The Hound of the Baskervilles is at it again with more thrills, more laughs and more unbelievable deductions.
Leah plans the perfect Christmas, but her husband is preoccupied, an inept waitress could spoil everything, and Christmas Eve rapidly spins out of control as uninvited guests show up. Will this be the worst Christmas ever, or will Leah open her heart to new ways of celebrating the moments that make life beautiful?
Savage and sublime, brutal and beautiful, this blackly comic revenge story is told in extremes. General Titus Andronicus returns victorious from battle with the prisoners Queen Tamora, her lover, and her sons. Despite Tamora's pleadings, Titus hands over her eldest son for sacrifice and sets in motion a cycle of violence that races to a vicious conclusion. Yet among the bloodshed are moments of profound humanity in the anguish and loss felt by both families, illuminating the senselessness of "eye for an eye" retribution.
An American Classic. A longshoreman by trade, Eddie Carbone is confident of his place in the working-class neighborhood he calls home. That life changes when he agrees to harbor his immigrant cousins. A love affair exposes a dark family secret, and suspicion, jealousy and betrayal soon follow in this passionate drama by one of America's greatest playwrights.