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What’s Coming to Off-Broadway

What’s Coming to Off-Broadway
Spring, 2024

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Previews 1/11; opens 2/1, through 3/10

A lonely girl at boarding school filled with dreams and desires meets the guy who can make them come true. Maybe. A twisty, world-premiere thriller. Roundabout.

The Connector

Previews 1/12; through 3/3

Ethics vs “I’ll Do Anything” in the world of journalism. A new musical from  Jason Robert Brown, Daisy Prince and Jonathan Marc Sherman. MCC



White Rose: The Musical

Previews 1/17; opens 1/25; through 3/2

Students protest Nazi regime and stand up to Hitler in an original musical with splendid young theater talent. At Theatre Row.


Public Obscenities

Previews 1/17; opens 1/24/ through 2/18

Complexities of cross-cultural life in this play about a scholar of queer studies who visits his family in Kolkata with his Black American boyfriend. Polansky Center



Previews 1/19; opens 1/25; through 3/3

An employee of Big Tech became the subject of a viral video and has been placed on leave; she sees a crisis therapist to help her get her job back. Connelly


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The White Chip

Previews: 1/22; opens 2/1; through 3/9

Alcoholism and recovery in “a dry comedy about drying out.” MCC



Previews: 1/25; opens 2/11; through 3/10

Eddie Izzard does his distinctive thing with Shakespeare’s most famous play. Greenwich House

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Russian Troll Farm: A Workplace Comedy

Previews 1/25; opens 2/28; through 3/3

The title tells it all. Political satire, office crushes, and workplace comedy in the brave new world of disinformation. Inspired by transcripts from the Russian government-backed Internet Research Agency in the run-up to the 2016 election. Vineyard


Oh, Mary!

Previews 1/26; opens 2/8; through 3/24

A play about a miserable Mary Todd Lincoln in the time near the assassination of her husband; yearning, alcoholism, desire. Lortel.


Sunset Baby

Previews: 1/30; opens 2/20; through 3/10

A former black revolutionary and political prisoner decides to connect with his estranged daughter over her late mother’s legacy, but he’s at her mercy and she’s everything he feared. Love, politics, redemption, and liberation. Signature/Linney

A Sign of the Times

Previews 2/7; opens 2/22; through 6/2

The music of Petula Clark fills the story of a photographer finding her way amid the turmoil of the ‘60s. New World Stages.

Warrior Sisters of Wu

Previews: 2/7; opens, 2/14; through 3/10

Romantic exploits and comic misadventures of two strong female warriors vs. two high-ranking military men. Think Pride and Prejudice meets Chinese history. ART New York


Deadly Stages

Previews: 2/16; opens 2/18; through 3/16

A backstage murder mystery like they used to make ‘em.  Theatre Row


The Seven Year Disappear

Previews: 2/26; opens 2/26; through 23/24

Missing for seven years, Naphtali's mother, a world-famous performance artist, reappears with few answers and a staggering request. Signature/Griffin


Brooklyn Laundry

Previews: 2/6; opens 2/28; through 3/24

Everyday city life, with its challenges and humor, as seen by a laundromat owner and three sisters. MTC



Previews: 2/8; opens 2/26; through 3/24

Shakespeare, love, betrayal, a prince, and adventure -- not to mention pirates. CSC/Fiasco



Previews: 2/15; opens 3/11; through 4/14

Rupert Murdoch’s media empire was swamped by a hacking scandal in 2011; the fallout left its mark on British politics and the rest of the world. LCT


Previews 2/21; opens 3/12; through 3/31

A nice evangelical Christian teen girl’s body snaps at the men who try to violate it – billed as a “coming of rage musical comedy.” A new musical based on the 2007 cult classic film. Playwrights Horizons



Previews 3/3; opens 3/7; closes 3/23

A new musical stage adaptation of Sufjan Stevens' 2005 concept album "Illinois." Park Avenue Armory


A Perfect Peace

Previews 2/28; opens 3/11; through 5/8

Yoni, a disillusioned war hero in 1960s Israel, leaves his kibbutz and family to pursue his romantic dreams of a perfect peace. The path to his perfect peace may be darker than he expects. Theater at St. Clements


Philadelphia, Here I Come!

Previews: 3/16; opens 3/24; through 5/5

Irish family drama from Brian Friel at the Irish Rep


Ibsen’s Ghost

Previews: 3/2; opens 3/14; through 4/14

Charles Busch does Ibsen, with laughs and a happy ending. 59E59


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Sally and Tom

Previews, 3/28; opens 4/16; through 4/28.  

A very, very off-Broadway company is producing a play about Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings. The director plays Tom and the writer plays Sally, so what could go wrong? Public



Previews 4/11; opens 4/24; through 5/5

Two young, Black social strivers deal with race, ambition, identity, and power at a majority white workplace where appearance is everything. Public


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A comedy 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 – at least until closing time. Playwrights Horizons