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Perfect Crime is a record-holding New York staple, as the longest-running play in New York history and still featuring the same actress who opened the show in 1987. A woman is suspected of murdering her husband, but did she really do it, or did someone else commit the perfect crime? Stay guessing until the end when you get Perfect Crime tickets.
Part Monty Python, part Sherlock Holmes, this British comedy is one of New York’s funniest shows. Props go missing, sets fall down, and actors forget their lines on an amateur troupe’s opening night, and that’s not even the half of it. Get tickets to the show where catastrophe is all part of the plan.
The Bard meets booze at Drunk Shakespeare, in which five actors, one of whom is drunk, attempt to perform a Shakespeare play. Even tragedies become comedies as the actors follow the drunk person's whims, and audiences can even join the fun by drinking along. Get tickets to Drunk Shakespeare today.
Pulitzer Prize winner Bruce Norris's newest play comes to New York after an acclaimed Chicago premiere. Set in a group home for sex offenders, the play tackles thorny issues of the limits of punishment and the line between justice and vengeance. Find out more information about Downstate tickets.
The first Off-Broadway production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in history is at the Theatre at St. Clements this summer. Get Cat on a Hot Tin Roof tickets now.Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a play set in the Mississippi estate of Big Daddy Pollit, a domineering cotton tycoon and patriarch of a viperous family in turmoil, on the dual occasion of his 65th birthday and (alleged) clean bill of health. The play focuses on the tempestuous relationship between his grieving, alcoholic, former star athlete son, Brick, and Brick's fiery, outspoken wife, Maggie, his scheming elder son Gooper and daughter-in-law Mae. As they come together, everyone knows about Big Daddy's terminal cancer diagnosis except for him and Big Mama.Premiering on Broadway in 1955 (and winning the Pulitzer Prize), Cat On A Hot Tin Roof has been revived five times on Broadway and was made into a film in 1958 starring Elizabeth Taylor as Maggie and Paul Newman as Brick.
Are ends really ends, or are they just new beginnings? Bookstore worker Kenneth finds out after getting laid off and then encouraged to explore the world anew for the first time. Learn more about tickets to this world-premiere play by Eboni Booth about old friends, unexpected twists of fate, and the transformative power of starting over.