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One of the most popular ways to spend an evening in New York City is to see a play on Broadway. Whether you’re in the mood for a drama, a tragedy, a comedy or something in between, you’re likely to find the perfect play for you at one of the 40 theaters on Broadway. Classic plays make their way back to Broadway again and again. Hot new shows are also opening all of the time. Lock in your play dates and times by booking your tickets in advance.

  • China Doll

    China Doll

    Oscar and Tony winner Al Pacino and playwright David Mamet reunite on Broadway for China Doll, a fast-paced thriller about beautiful women, fast planes, and big money.

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  • Therese Raquin

    Therese Raquin

    Keira Knightley makes her Broadway debut in Thérèse Raquin, a haunting play that explores how unrestrained passion can lead to dangerous consequences.

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  • Sylvia


    From A.R. Gurney comes the long-awaited Broadway premiere of Sylvia, the inspired comedy about a husband, a wife and the female dog who just might come between them.

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  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time on Broadway

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Hailed by The New York Times as “exhilarating” and “inspired,” The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time features jaw-dropping theatrics and a brilliant mystery.




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  • The Gin Game

    The Gin Game

    James Earl Jones and Cicely Tyson share the stage in this play about two nursing home residents who bond -- and battle -- over rounds of gin rummy.

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  • She Loves Me

    She Loves Me

    Laura Benanti and Zachary Levi star in this romantic comedy about two parfumerie clerks who spend their days fighting with another on the sales floor – only to unknowingly fall in love thanks to a series of anonymous love letters.

    Roundabout Theatre at Studio 54



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  • The Humans

    The Humans

    In The Humans, a family gathers for Thanksgiving in New York City, where the clan’s hilarity – and horrors – comes out when evening falls.

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  • Misery


    Bruce Willis makes his Broadway debut alongside Emmy winner Laurie Metcalf in Misery, based on the thrilling novel by Stephen King.

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Acclaimed plays, new and old, are a constant on the Broadway scene. Frequently, popular movies and novels will be turned into plays. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which won the 2015 Tony for Best Play, is an example of a literary favorite that was adapted for Broadway. Just as often classics, especially Shakespearean classics such as Romeo and Juliet, will make their way to the Great White Way. It is becoming more and more common to see big name actors from the movies appear on Broadway. Orlando Bloom, Ethan Hawke and Billy Crystal are just a few of the actors who have tried their hand at play acting on Broadway in recent years. No two plays are alike—even revivals of popular plays from times past, which means that if you enjoy a particular storyline, it’s worth it to see it again when it comes back to Broadway, if only to compare the performances to see which one you prefer. Not all Broadway plays are immediate hits, but audiences and critics don’t always agree on what makes for a successful play. For the best ticket deals to Broadway’s plays, start researching what’s playing a couple of weeks in advance so that you are familiar with the options. Once you know what play you’d like to see, it’s best to book as early as possible to secure the best seats. Check back often for information about new plays and hot deals on tickets.

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