New York plays prove that musicals aren’t the only great thing about Broadway theater. With a wide variety of thrilling new plays, old timeless classics, experimental performances and laugh-out-loud comedies, you won’t want to miss out on tickets to a Broadway play.
Many of the world’s greatest actors appear on the stages of Broadway and famous plays often feature names you know and love from the big screens. From Steve Carrell’s theater debut in Uncle Vanya to Jeremy Strong in the Broadway revival of An Enemy of the People, its safe to say New York theater attracts the attention of big name actors.
If you’re visiting the Big Apple, it’s a must to experience the world-class drama and comedy that the city has to offer. You can browse our listings below of New York plays that are currently available to book on Broadway and secure your tickets today.
13 Broadway Plays
Frequently Asked Questions
What plays are on in New York?
Jessica Lange returns to Broadway this April appearing in a hilarious yet honest drama as one family is forced to face their past with Mother Play tickets. Want to find out more about what plays you can grab tickets to in New York this year? Check out our guide to upcoming Broadway shows.
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What new plays are opening in New York this year?
The coming-of-age play, Home, will be making its return to Broadway in May. The revival of the American classic will be directed by Tony Award-winner Kenny Leon, best known for his staging of A Raisin in the Sun. Book your tickets now for this unmissable, uplifting Broadway play.
What are the longest-running plays on Broadway?
The longest-running play in a New York theater is the whodunnit murder mystery, Perfect Crime. Not only is this the longest-running play in New York, but lead actress, Catherine Russell has appeared in every performance but four and even made it into the Guinness World Record books in 2008.