I Need That on Broadway Tickets
Danny DeVito is back on Broadway in Theresa Rebeck’s newest comic play about hoarding and letting go - opposite his daughter Lucy DeVito.
Danny DeVito - I Need That Tickets Available NowIt’s a family affair on Broadway as Danny DeVito and his daughter Lucy DeVito star in Theresa Rebeck’s latest play I Need That at the American Airlines Theatre! This brand-new comedy is a deeply human story that will have you laughing and wiping away tears all at once thanks to sharp writing and a powerful performance from a legendary actor. There’s no one like Danny DeVito, and he’ll have you hanging onto every twist and turn of this fantastic new show.
About I Need That on Broadway”One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, or so the saying goes. Sam doesn’t get out too often - or strictly speaking, he doesn’t get out ever. He prefers to stay inside his house with his things. And he has a lot of things. But when an eviction notice drops into his mailbox, Sam has two options: clean up or end up homeless. Will he be able to sort through his material possessions and work out what’s worth holding on to?
I Need That is a powerful and funny new play about the relationships between people, possessions and memories from Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright Theresa Rebeck and directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel - the creative duo behind Tony Award-winning play Bernhardt/Hamlet.
Danny DeVito in I Need ThatDanny DeVito returns to the Roundabout Theatre Company and Broadway to star as Sam in I Need That. He is one of the most recognizable actors in the game, with a huge number of acting and directing credits across every genre including It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Matilda, Hercules and Batman Returns. He is the recipient of a Golden Globe and Emmy Award for the television series Taxi, and was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in a revival of Arthur Miller’s The Price in 2017.
DeVito costars in I Need That opposite his daughter Lucy DeVito and Ray Anthony Thomas.