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2015–2016 Season Series Dates


The 2015–2016 Season

Brace yourself for comic chaos with a rip-roaring new production of Michael Frayn’s (Copenhagen) beloved show-within-a-show farce starring an incomparable cast of Broadway favorites under the direction of Tony and Olivier Award nominee Jeremy Herrin (Wolf Hall Parts 1 & 2). Learn more and buy tickets. 
Wildly inventive and deliciously entertaining,The Robber Bridegroom is a raucous, hilarious, sexy bluegrass musical—a rarely seen theatrical gem with an irresistibly catchy score. Steven Pasquale (The Bridges of Madison County) stars as the handsome bandit Jamie Lockhart, under the direction of Tony award nominee Alex Timbers (Peter and the Starcatcher). Learn more and buy tickets.
Back on Broadway and starring Tony winner Laura Benanti and Zachary Levi, She Loves Me features a book by Tony Award winner Joe Masteroff (Cabaret), music by Tony Award winner Jerry Bock (Fiddler on the Roof) and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize and Tony winner Sheldon Harnick (Fiorello!). Six-time Tony Award nominee Scott Ellis (Harvey) directs.
Oscar®, Emmy® and Golden Globe Award® winner Jessica Lange (The Glass Menagerie), Tony nominee Gabriel Byrne (A Touch of the Poet), Oscar nominee Michael Shannon ("Boardwalk Empire") and Tony winner John Gallagher, Jr. (Spring Awakening) star in a stunning new Broadway production of Eugene O’Neill’s autobiographical masterwork.
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The 2016–2017 SEASON

This dazzling new musical based on the Academy Award-winning film features over 20 classic songs by composer and lyricist Irving Berlin, including "Steppin' Out With My Baby" and "Cheek to Cheek." Directed and co-written by Gordon Greenberg, it tells the story of a former perfomer who turns a farmhouse into a fabulous inn with the help of a spirited, talented schoolteacher. Learn more about Holiday Inn.
Anton Chekhov's classic returns to Broadway in a new adaptation by Stephen Karam (The Humans, Sons of the Prophet). Simon Godwin directs the story of a noble Russian family scrambling to retain a vision of gentility amidst a climate of huge social and economic transition at the turn of the twentieth century. 
Lean more about The Cherry Orchard.
Mike Bartlett (King Charles III)'s dark comedy is the story of what happens when the free-loving teens of the 60s face the harsh realities of today’s world. From passion to paranoia, Love, Love, Love takes on the baby boomer generation as it retires, and finds it full of trouble. Michael Mayer (Hedwig and the Angry Inch) directs.
Learn more about Love, Love, Love.
Selected from the Roundabout Underground Reading Series, this world-premiere by Jenny Rachel Weiner tells the story of two women's adventure into online dating, finding a deep connection within each other. The only problem: They're each pretending to be someone else. What happens when the feelings are real but the feelings are not?
Learn more about Kingdom Come.
Three siblings gather for their father's birthday with one toting a manuscript dedicated to his father Lou, a Jewish WWII veteran. As the visit continues, it becomes clear that Lou isn't the only family member leaving things unspoken. Steven Levenson's (...Tom Durnin) latest play is about the personal politics of family, heritage, and history—and the scars they leave behind. Learn more about If I Forget
The Muscolino women have lived for years under the frightening temper of their husband and father, but when a tragedy rocks the neighborhood, the women fight to find their voices and struggle to hold on to each other. Meghan Kennedy's (Too Much, Too Much, Too Many) latest play is about sisterhood, freedom and forgiveness in 1960s Brooklyn.
Learn more about Napoli, Brooklyn.

Pictured at top: Daniel Davis, Kate Jennings Grant, Andrea Martin, Campbell Scott and Megan Hilty in Noises Off (Photo by Joan Marcus)



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