Harold Pinter’s classic romantic drama Betrayal returns to Broadway in a hit production imported from London, where it was the highlight of the Pinter at the Pinter festival of the master’s work during the 2018-19 season. This story unfolds in reverse, following lovers from bitter end to the illicit, exciting first moment of their affair. Jamie Lloyd (Cyrano de Bergerac) directs a cast including Golden Globe and Olivier Award winner Tom Hiddleston (The Avengers), Zawe Ashton (Velvet Buzzsaw) and Charlie Cox (Daredevil), all making their Broadway debuts.
Jacobs Theatre | 242 West 45th Street
$159 - $169
Carnegie Hall | 881 Seventh Avenue at West 57th Street
Parquet (orchestra) seats $142.00
Friday, October 18 at 8:00 PM
Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei drew raves for her performance in Tennessee Williams’ The Rose Tattoo at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in 2016. Now she brings that powerful portrayal to Broadway in a Roundabout Theatre Company revival of this 1951 classic, often regarded as the rare romantic comedy in the Williams canon. Tomei plays Serafina, an Italian-American seamstress living in Mississippi who is devastated when her beloved truck driver husband dies. She enters a period of deep mourning, with her daughter Rosa’s company her only consolation. But three years later, Serafina finds her love life rekindled when she meets another truck driver. Trip Cullman (Choir Boy) directs.
American Airlines Theatre | 227 West 42nd Street
Regular price $159.00
League member price $99.00
Tony and Emmy winner Mary-Louise Parker (Proof, Weeds) returns to Broadway in this new thriller from playwright and Pulitzer Prize finalist Adam Rapp (Red Light Winter, The Hallway Trilogy). In this Lincoln Center Theater/Williamstown Theatre Festival co-production, Parker plays an Ivy League writing professor who develops a complicated relationship with a gifted student played by Will Hochman. The play, which garnered critical acclaim in Williamstown last year, is directed by Tony winner David Cromer (The Band’s Visit).
Studio 54 | 254 West 54th Street
Orchestra seats $169-$179
Fantasy, Greek mythology and superhero themes converge in The Lightning Thief, a downtown cult hit now coming to Broadway. In this rock musical based on the young-adult novel by Rick Riordan, preteen student Percy Jackson (Chris McCarrell of Les Miserables) discovers that he’s the son of the sea-god Poseidon, complete with powers he can’t quite control, and with powerful enemies to boot. He finds himself on a quest for Zeus’s lightning bolt, needing it to fight off monsters and prevent a war among the gods. The show, featuring 7 actors playing 47 characters, drew raves in its Off Broadway and out of town engagements, with the Chicago Tribune hailing it as musical with “one foot in Harry Potter and another in Dear Evan Hansen.” Rob Rokicki (Punk Rock Girl) wrote the music and lyrics, Joe Tracz (Be More Chill) penned the book, Patrick McCollum (The Band’s Visit) choreographs, and Stephen Brackett (A Strange Loop) directs.
Longacre Theatre | 220 West 48th Street
Orchestra seats $109.00
Honoring Sutton Foster
Monday, October 28, 2019
The Plaza | 768 Fifth Avenue | New York City
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Renaissance man Tracy Letts (August: Osage County) the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright who’s also an acclaimed actor (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? onstage, Homeland on TV) returns to the Broadway boards as a playwright with Linda Vista, his new comedy about a middle-aged man, freshly scarred by divorce and trying to find his way in the world. Step one: moving out of his ex-wife’s garage. This Steppenwolf/Second Stage co-production is directed by Drama League Directors Project alum Dexter Bullard (Grace on Broadway and Letts’ Bug Off Broadway).
Hayes Theatre | 240 West 44th Street
Regular price $149
League member price $109
Epic as it was, the Tony-winning drama All the Way didn’t tell the whole story of the Lyndon Baines Johnson presidency. Now a sequel, The Great Society, takes up the saga, beginning with LBJ’s triumph in the 1964 presidential race and continuing through the victories (the 1965 Voting Rights Act) and the tragedies (the Vietnam war, and assassinations of Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr.) of his first and last full term. Emmy and Olivier Award winner Brian Cox (Succession) takes on the role of LBJ, heading a cast of 17 that also includes Grantham Coleman (Much Ado About Nothing at The Public) as King, Tony nominee Bryce Pinkham (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder) as RFK, and Tony nominee Richard Thomas (The Little Foxes) as Hubert Humphrey. The Lincoln Center Theater co-production is directed by Bill Rauch (All the Way).
Vivian Beaumont Theater | 10 Lincoln Center Plaza
Regular price $139.00
League member price $119.00
Scotland, PA makes a dark musical comedy out of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. It’s based on the 2001 film of the same name, with music and lyrics by Adam Gwon (Ordinary Days). This Roundabout Theatre Company production is set in the titular small town in the 1970s, where a down-on-his-luck burger-joint manager is goaded by his ambitious wife into murdering his way into the American Dream. Directed by Lonny Price (Sunset Boulevard, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill).
Laura Pels Theatre | 111 West 46th Street
Regular price $99.00
League member price $59.00
Rising playwright Jeremy O. Harris (Daddy) knows how to provoke controversy, and he’s bringing his knack for an uproar to Broadway with the transfer of Slave Play, a sold-out hit at New York Theater Workshop last year. The incendiary comedy-drama treats fascination with antebellum slaveholding culture as a kind of psychosexual fetish for both males and females, black and white, as the characters act out their perverse fantasies on a plantation that is not what it seems. The New York Times called Slave Play a “dazzling mix of satire and psychodrama.” Robert O’Hara (BLKS) directs.
Golden Theatre | 252 West 45th Street
Regular price $159.00
League member price $139.00
Carnegie Hall | 881 Seventh Avenue at West 57th Street
Orchestra seats $142.00