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Off-Broadway News Schedule of Upcoming Off-Broadway Shows

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

鈥 Connelly Theatre
鈥 First Preview: April 8, 2024
鈥 Opening: April 20, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Majkin Holmquist
鈥 Director: Colette Robert
鈥 Cast: Lizzy Brooks, Baize Buzan, Andrew Garman, Fernando Gonzalez, Miles G. Jackson, Keren Lugo, Kelly McAndrew

In Stargazers, a grieving mother contemplates selling her Kansas farm鈥攇uided, she says, by the ghost of her daughter. While her ex-husband and neighbors fight to keep the land, an East Coast developer hopes to build a progressive utopia that would alter the landscape forever.

鈥 Pershing Square Signature Center/Irene Diamond Stage
鈥 First Preview: April 2, 2024
鈥 Opening: April 21, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Sarah Ruhl
鈥 Director: Will Davis
鈥 Cast: Taylor Mac, Janice Amaya, Nathan Lee Graham, Lisa Kron, Jo Lampert, TL Thompson

Orlando鈥檚 adventures begin as a young man, when he serves as courtier to Queen Elizabeth. Through many centuries of living, he becomes a 20th-century woman, trying to sort out her existence. An adaptation of the 鈥渓ongest and most charming love letter in literature,鈥 written by Virginia Woolf for her lover, Vita Sackville-West, Orlando is a theatrical, wild, fantastical trip through space, time, and gender.

鈥 Theatre For A New Audience @ Polonsky Shakespeare Center
鈥 Opening: April 5, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Zinnie Harris
鈥 Director: Zinnie Harris
鈥 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.

鈥 Greenwich House Theater
鈥 First Preview: April 3 2024
鈥 Opening: April 15, 2024
鈥 Playwright: S. Asher Gelman
鈥 Director: S. Asher Gelman
鈥 Cast: Brittany Bellizeare, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Caroline Lellouche, Borris Anthony York

Scarlett Dreams centers on two siblings, Milo and Liza, who have created a fitness app for a virtual reality headset. When Milo's husband Kevin falls in love with his virtual trainer Scarlett, the dividing lines between the digital world and reality come into question


鈥 The Billie Holiday Theatre
鈥 First Preview: April 11, 2024
鈥 Opening: April 18, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Lynn Nottage
鈥 Director: Martavius Parrish
鈥 Cast: Felicia Curry, Kedren Spencer, Stephanie Pope, Evander Duck Jr., Sharon Hope, Mariyea, Roland Lane, Tito Livas, Blake Russell, Tomike Ogugua, Kimberlee Walker

Step into the world of Fabulation, where ambition collides with reality in a whirlwind of social satire. Join Undine Barnes Calles, a bold and determined African American woman, as she navigates the aftermath of her husband's sudden disappearance and the embezzlement of her fortune. Pregnant and facing the brink of ruin, Undine seeks solace in her childhood home in Brooklyn's Walt Whitman projects, only to confront a harsh new truth. In this captivating tale, witness Undine's journey as she confronts adversity with wit and resilience, transforming setbacks into triumphs in her quest to reclaim her place in the world. Fabulation offers a hilarious twist on the classic comeuppance story, weaving humor and heart into every scene.

鈥 DR2 Theatre
鈥 First Preview: April 13, 2024
鈥 Opening: April 18, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Lia Romeo
鈥 Director: Adrienne Campbell-Holt
鈥 Cast: Jayne Atkinson, Tim Daly

Still follows Helen and Mark, who broke up 30 years ago, but never forgot about each other. They meet for dinner and their flame is rekindled, but Mark is running for Congress, and Helen has a secret that could derail his bid.

鈥 St. Ann's Warehouse
鈥 First Preview: April 13, 2024
鈥 Opening: April 21, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Gillian Slovo
鈥 Director: Phyllida Lloyd & Anthony Simpson-Pike
鈥 Cast: TBA

A powerful new verbatim play from the testimony of residents at the heart of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Six years on, interviews conducted with a group of survivors and bereaved reveal the impact of the multiple failures that led to a national disaster, asking: how do we stop this ever happening again?

鈥 Public Theater/LuEsther Hall
鈥 First Preview: April 11, 2024
鈥 Opening: April 24, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Ife Olujobi
鈥 Director: Whitney White
鈥 Cast: Bront毛 England-Nelson, Quinn M. Johnson, Devin Kessler, Naomi Lorrain, Brian Muller, Toby Onwumere, Matthew Russell, Ryan Spahn, Meg Steedle, Kai Tshikosi, Kate Walsh

At an overwhelmingly white workplace where appearance is everything, a long-suffering receptionist finds herself in personal, professional, and psychic jeopardy when her ruthless boss hires a hip new employee in an effort to improve the company鈥檚 image and 鈥渃ulture.鈥 Suddenly, the two young, Black social climbers are forced together and torn apart by their race, ambition, and otherworldly circumstances.

鈥 Playwrights Horizons/Peter Jay Sharp Theater
鈥 First Preview: April 12, 2024
鈥 Opening: April 28, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Abe Koogler
鈥 Director: Morgan Green
鈥 Cast: Jess Barbagallo, Stephanie Berry, Susannah Flood, Hampton Fluker, Greg Keller, Erin Markey, Coral Pe帽a

Outside, the world is breaking apart. But in here, lonely city dwellers gather to find comfort and connection. Abe Koogler鈥檚 Staff Meal is a funny, startling new play about a mysterious restaurant, where the food is delicious, the service is warm, and some strange power keeps the darkness at bay. You are safe here 鈥 at least until closing time.

鈥 Pershing Square Signature Center/Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre
鈥 First Preview: April 30, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 22, 2024
鈥 Book, Music, Lyrics: Dave Malloy
鈥 Director: Annie Tippe
鈥 Cast: J.D. Mollison, Mia Pak, Margo Seibert, Scott Stangland, Henry Stram, Ching Valdes-Aran

Susan is in Latvia. Sadie is in New Mexico. Beckett is in Ireland. All three are alone; all three are haunted by their grandparents; all three hear the Big Bad Wolf scratching at the door. Three Houses is a post-pandemic open mic night parable about magic, madness, and the end of the world.

鈥 LCT3/Claire Tow Theater
鈥 First Preview: April 20, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 2, 2024
鈥 Music and Lyrics: The Bengsons
鈥 Director: Caitlin Sullivan
鈥 Cast: Abigail and Shaun Bengson

Telling stories through song, The Bengsons will celebrate the beauty and complexity of life cycles, from a single person to entire ecosystems. Part concert, part wake, part theatrical extravaganza, The Keep Going Songs is a euphoric and moving journey through the grief of tough times and the rebirth of hope in better days.

鈥 SoHo Playhouse
鈥 First Preview: April 25, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 2, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Pascale Roger-McKeever
鈥 Director: Austin Pendleton
鈥 Cast: Pascale Roger-McKeever

A mid-40s mom accepts her husband鈥檚 invitation to an open marriage and proceeds with a singleness of purpose no one saw coming. A happily horny journey that deflates, prods, pokes and has fun with the little fallacies we carefully curate to better foster our socially permissible selves.


鈥 Theatre Five @ Theatre Row
鈥 First Preview: April 20, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 2, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Neil Simon
鈥 Director: Nick Viselli
鈥 Cast: TBA

Herb Tucker, a struggling, middle-aged screenwriter with writer鈥檚 block, receives an unexpected surprise, when his daughter, Libby, whom he abandoned along with the rest of his Brooklyn family 16 years earlier, arrives at his West Hollywood home with aspirations of breaking into the movie business. Libby, who barely remembers her father, not only forces Herb to reexamine the responsibilities of parenthood, but also makes him come to terms with his on-again/off-again relationship with his current girlfriend, Steffy.


鈥 Minetta Lane Theatre
鈥 Opening: May 9, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Laura Benanti
鈥 Director: Annie Tippe
鈥 Cast: Laura Benanti

Laura Benanti's solo show: "A love letter to ingenues, and recovering ingenues, and moms, and anybody working on themselves."

鈥 Chain Theatre
鈥 Opening: May 10, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Michele A. Miller
鈥 Director: Kathy Curtiss
鈥 Cast: Jana Robbins, Jolie Curtsinger, Diane J. Findlay, Sachi Parker

Focusing on four women, A Final Toast explores the influence of our past鈥攑ersonal, familial, and our heritage鈥攐n our identity. The plot follows two women in their eighties who are helped by their adult daughters to clear out their homes before moving to a Senior Living Center. Along the way they must distinguish what is really of value, separate true memories from beliefs, and come to terms with their mother-daughter relationships. Once at the Senior Living the two older women are shut in together due to the pandemic and uncover a brief encounter they had years before鈥攐ne with longstanding consequences for their future lives, their relationships with their families and ultimately each other.

鈥 Theater 555
鈥 First Preview: May 3, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 12, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Dan Lauria
鈥 Director: Eric Krebs
鈥 Cast: Dan Lauria, Patty McCormack

In Just Another Day, a comedy writer and a sophisticated poet in their seventies meet daily on a park bench to exchange wits and barbs, and wax nostalgic about old movies, all the while trying to figure out how they know 鈥 and love 鈥 each other. At least for that day.

鈥 New York Theatre Workshop
鈥 First Preview: April 17, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 13, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Amanda Gronich, Mois茅s Kaufman
鈥 Director: Mois茅s Kaufman
鈥 Cast: Scott Barrow, Nemuna Ceesay, Kathleen Chalfant, Noah Keyishian, Jonathan Raviv, Erika Rose, Anna Shafer, Elizabeth Stahlmann, Charlie Thurston, Grant Varjas

An album of never before seen World War II-era photographs arrives at the desk of United States Holocaust Memorial Museum archivist Rebecca Erbelding. As Rebecca and her team of historians begin to unravel the shocking story behind the images, the album soon makes headlines around the world. In Germany, a businessman sees the album online and recognizes his own grandfather in the photos. He begins a journey of discovery that will take him into the lives of other Nazi descendants 鈥 in a reckoning of his family鈥檚 past and his country鈥檚 history. Here There Are Blueberries tells the story of these photographs 鈥 what they reveal about the Holocaust and our own humanity.

鈥 Pershing Square Signature Center/Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre
鈥 First Preview: April 23, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 14, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Laura Winters
鈥 Director: Ashley Brooke Monroe
鈥 Cast: Madison Ferris, Danny J. Gomez, Lily Mae Harrington, Brian Morabito, Kyra Sedgwick

It鈥檚 your classic romantic comedy. Boy meets girl. Boy uses a wheelchair, girl uses a scooter, and they both use text-to-speech technology to connect to the world around them. They come from different worlds, but love pulls them together when their families push them apart. All of Me is a boldly humorous and candid love story exploring class and disability in America today.

鈥 Vineyard Theatre
鈥 First Preview: May 7, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 15, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Maia Novi
鈥 Director: Michael Breslin
鈥 Cast: Maia Novi, Raffi Donatich, Sam Gonzalez, Alexandra Maurice, Julian Sanchez

Following the journey of an Argentinean actor as she tests the limits of her American dream, Invasive Species is an outrageous dark comedy about how immigrating to the US may be the role of a lifetime.

鈥 The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space/Newman Mills Theater
鈥 First Preview: April 26, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 20, 2024
鈥 Book: Rachel Bonds
鈥 Music and Lyrics: Zoe Sarnak
鈥 Director: Trip Cullman and Ellenore Scott
鈥 Cast: Damon Duanno, Taylor Iman Jones, Peter Mark Kendall, Lauren Patten, Helen J Shen, Thomas Silcott

Lila and her band, The Lonely Few, have a standing gig at Paul鈥檚 Juke Joint in their small Kentucky town. When an established musician, Amy, gives them a chance to join her on tour, they take it. Love blossoms between Lila and Amy on the road, but can it endure?

鈥 SoHo Repertory Theater
鈥 First Preview: May 8, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 21, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Raja Feather Kelly
鈥 Director: Raja Feather Kelly
鈥 Cast: Beau Badu, Sheldon Best, Phillip James Brannon, Janelle McDermoth, Ronald Peet, Jon-Michael Reese, Jason Veasey, Michelle Wilson

In 1971, 1998, and 2021, three different men in a South Brooklyn railroad apartment write, read, fuck, flirt, eat, and fight at the same time.


鈥 Irish Repertory Theatre
鈥 First Preview: May 15, 2024
鈥 Opening: May 23, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Brian Friel
鈥 Director: Charlotte Moore
鈥 Cast: Rufus Collins, John Keating, Sarah Street

Molly has happily experienced the world differently since she was ten months old. When Frank, her restless, unemployed, and enthusiastic husband, makes her blindness his latest cause, he recruits Dr. Rice, a once-famous surgeon who, despite his struggles, agrees to attempt to restore Molly鈥檚 sight. When the bandages come off, Molly, Frank, and Dr. Rice discover the differences between seeing and understanding as they face the consequences of a medical miracle.

鈥 Second Stage Theatre/Tony Kiser Theatre
鈥 First Preview: May 15, 2024
鈥 Opening: June 4, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Alexis Scheer
鈥 Director: Jo Bonney
鈥 Cast: Tala Ashe, Geneva Carr, Julie Halston, Louis Ozawa, Gabrielle Policano, Matthew Sald铆var, Maggie Siff

As a foreign war correspondent, Marina has put her life on the line to illuminate the darkest corners of humanity. Having just returned from a particularly bloody conflict, she flirts with staying home for good鈥攁longside her cameraman turned lover. With her closest friends and family gathered on the eve of her lifetime achievement award ceremony, she decides to cap this glorious moment with an elopement. But as Marina tries to take hold of her life, she鈥檚 forced to reckon with the hold war has on her.

鈥 Atlantic Theater Company/Stage 2
鈥 First Preview: May 17, 2024
鈥 Opening: June 4, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Shayan Lofti
鈥 Director: Jennifer Chang
鈥 Cast: Rosalind Chao, BD Wong, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Tony Shalhoub

Two siblings.
One born there. One born here.
How do they maintain their connections to The Old Country, and to This Country, and to each other?

鈥 St. Ann's Warehouse
鈥 Opening: June 7, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Tue Biering
鈥 Director: Tue Biering and Nhlanhla Mahlangu
鈥 Cast: TBA

In Dark Noon, a cast of South African actors and members of the audience re-enact the story of the American wild, wild west through the lens of Hollywood Westerns. This incendiary spectacle turns American history on its head 鈥 from the land rush to the gold rush, to gunfights and gunslingers, the territorial conflicts between the European settlers and the indigenous natives are all there. It鈥檚 an absurd and vicious game 鈥 playful until it isn鈥檛.

鈥 Atlantic Theater Company / Linda Gross Theater
鈥 First Preview: May 16, 2024
鈥 Opening: June 12, 2024
鈥 Playwright: Lucy Kirkwood
鈥 Director: Sarah Benson
鈥 Cast: b, Tilly Botsford, Paige Gilbert, Ann Harada, Jenn Kidwell, Mary McCann, Emily Cass McDonnell, MacKenzie Mercer, Sandrah Oh, Dale Soules, Danny Wolohan, Haley Wong

Rural England, 1759. As the country awaits the return of Halley鈥檚 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.

鈥 New York City Center
鈥 Opening: June 12, 2024
鈥 Book: Peter Stone
鈥 Music: Maury Yeston
鈥 Lyrics: Maury Yeston
鈥 Director: Anne Kauffman
鈥 Cast: Bonnie Milligan, Chuck Cooper, Eddie Cooper, Drew Gehling, Ramin Karimloo, Emilie Kouatchou, Judy Kuhn, Brandon Uranowitz, Samantha Williams, Shereen Ahmed, Ashley Blanchet, Adam Chanler-Berat, Andrew Durand, Alex Joseph Grayson, Jo Lampert, Conrad Ricamora, Nathan Salstone, A.J. Shively, Chip Zien

Epic and majestic, with moments of heartbreaking intimacy - the musical play examines the causes, the conditions and the characters involved in this ever-fascinating drama. This is the factual story of that ship鈥搊f her officers, crew and passengers 鈥 and the tragic story of the beautiful ship herself.

鈥 Perelman Performing Arts Center
鈥 First Preview: June 13, 2024
鈥 Opening: June 20, 2024
鈥 Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber
鈥 Lyrics: T.S. Eliot
鈥 Director: Zhailon Levingston and Bill Rauch
鈥 Cast: Baby, Jonathan Burke, Emma Sofia Caymares, Tara Lashan Clinkscales, Andr茅 De Shields, Sydney James Harcourt, Antwayn Hopper, Dava Huesca, Dudney Joseph, Jr., Capital Kaos, Junior LaBeija, Dominique Lee, Robert "Silk" Mason, "Tempress" Chasity Moore, Shereen Pimentel, Primo, Nora Schell, Kendall G. Stroud, Frank Viveros, Garnet Williams, Teddy Wilson, Jr.

A radical reimagining of Andrew Lloyd Webber鈥檚 iconic dance musical based on T. S. Eliot鈥檚 Old Possum鈥檚 Book of Practical Cats. Inspired by the Ballroom culture that roared out of New York City over 50 years ago and still rages on runways around the world. Staged as a spectacularly immersive competition by Zhailon Levingston and PAC NYC Artistic Director Bill Rauch, with all new Ballroom and club beats, runway ready choreography, and an edgy eleganza makeover that moves the action from junkyard to runway.鈥 Come one, come all, and celebrate the joyous transformation of self at the heart of Cats and Ballroom culture itself.

鈥 SoHo Playhouse
鈥 First Preview: August 27, 2024
鈥 Opening: TBA
鈥 Book: Scott Elmegreen
鈥 Music and Lyrics: Drew Fornarola
鈥 Director: Catie Davis
鈥 Cast: TBA

When John McCain, the late solider-turned-senator awakens in the afterlife, he finds himself trapped inside the mind of President Donald Trump, alongside a quasi-Greek Chorus of other public figures, including Hillary Clinton, Roy Cohn, Eva Per贸n, Teddy Roosevelt, Robert Jordan, and Lindsey Graham. In order to escape, the motley crew is forced to engage in a high-stakes debate over life, legacy, and 'American values.'

鈥 Manhattan Theater Club @ New York City Center Stage I
鈥 First Preview: September 24, 2024
鈥 Opening: TBA
鈥 Playwright: Erika Sheffer
鈥 Director: Daniel Sullivan

This haunting world premiere unfolds in Moscow, where an independent journalist covering Putin鈥檚 first term struggles to maintain sanity and hope in increasingly hostile circumstances. She finds herself on the brink of an explosive story -- but as danger mounts for her and her sources, she questions whether her bravery will make any difference at all.

鈥 The Shed
鈥 First Preview: October 26, 2024
鈥 Opening: November 14, 2024
鈥 Playwright: William Shakespeare
鈥 Director: Kenneth Branagh
鈥 Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Mara Allen, Deborah Alli, Raymond Anum, Melanie-Joyce Bermudez, Doug Colling, Dylan Corbett-Bader, Eleanor de Rohan, Chloe Fenwick-Brown, Joseph Kloska, Corey Mylchreest, Caleb Obediah, Hughie O'Donnell, Jessica Revell

Kenneth Branagh plays the title role in a new production of William Shakespeare鈥檚 King Lear, set in the barbarous landscape of Ancient Britain. Featuring a cast of rising stars from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art directed by Branagh, this production releases the play鈥檚 power and turmoil in a fast-paced staging.

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