KING LEAR: Opening: April 4th at the Cort Theatre
Sam Gold directs Glenda Jackson as Lear. Other cast members include Elizabeth Marvel, Jayne Houdyshell, Ruth Wilson and Pedro Pascal.
OKLAHOMA! Opening April 7th atCircle in the Square.
A radical reimagining of the musical classic that was seen in fall 2018 at St. Ann’s Warehouse by Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein II. Starring Rebecca Naomi Jones, Mary Testa, Damon Daunno, Patrick Vaill, and Ali Stroker.
BURN THIS: Opening: April 16th at the Hudson Theatre.
Written by Lanford Wilson, directed by Michael Mayer with Adam Driver and Keri Russell.
Revival about Pale, a restaurant owner who falls for a dancer named Anna in downtown New York in the 1980s, and their troubled relationship in the wake of a shared tragedy—the death of Pale’s brother and Anna’s roommate and dance partner.
HADESTOWN: Opening: April 17th at the Walter Kerr.
Written by Anaïs Mitchell, directed by Rachel Chavkin, starring Eva Noblezada, Reeve Carney, Amber Gray, Patrick Page and Andre DeShields.
Broadway transfer of the folk opera based on the Greek legend of Orpheus and Eurydice. This production has had several successful runs Off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, in Edmonton, Canada. It played the National’s Olivier Theatre November 2, 2018–January 26, 2019.
HILLARY AND CLINTON: Opening April 18th at the John Golden Theatre.
Written by Lucas Hnath, directed by Joe Mantello and starring Laurie Metcalf, John Lithgow.
Politics of marriage and gender as Hillary, a former First Lady, is at odds with her husband Bill and her campaign manager Mark as she attempts to salvage her bid for President of the United States during the 2008 primaries.
GARY: A SEQUEL TO TITUS ANDRONICUS: Opening: April 21st at the Booth Theatre.
Written by: Taylor Mac, directed by George C. Wolfe, starring Nathan Lane, Kristine Nielsen and Julie White
The play takes place just after the conclusion of William Shakespeare’s first tragedy, Titus Andronicus. Set during the fall of the Roman Empire, the years of bloody battles are over, the civil war has ended, and the country has been stolen by madmen. There are casualties everywhere and two very lowly servants (played by Lane and Nielsen) are charged with cleaning up the bodies.
ALL MY SONS: Opening April 22nd at the American Airlines Theatre.
A revival of the Arthur Miller classic, directed by Jack O’Brien starring Annette Bening, Tracy Letts and Benjamin Walker.
TOOTSIE: Opening April 23rd at the Marriott Marquis Theatre.
Director by Scott Ellis with music and lyrics by David Yazbek and choreography by Denis Jones.
Based on the film, Tootsie tells the story of a talented but difficult actor who struggles to find work until an audacious, desperate stunt lands him the role of a lifetime.
INK:Opens April 24th at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
Written by James Graham, director by Rupert Goold and starring Bertie Carvel and Johnny Lee Miller.
It’s 1969 London. The brash young Rupert Murdoch purchases a struggling paper, The Sun, and sets out to make it a must-read smash which will destroy—and ultimately horrify—the competition. He brings on rogue editor Larry Lamb who in turn recruits an unlikely team of underdog reporters.
BEETLEJUICE: Opens April 25th at the Winter Garden
Director Alex Timbers, starring Alex Brightman, Sophia Anne Caruso, Rob McClure, Kerry Butler, Leslie Kritzer and Adam Dannheiser.
A musical version of the supernatural 1988 film comedy about a couple who hire an exorcist to remove a very naughty ghost from their new house.