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Broadway Play Tickets

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

Mother Play on Broadway

Mother Play on Broadway

Pulitzer Prize winner Paula Vogel (How I Learned To Drive) brings her biting, funny new family drama to Broadway, starring Jessica Lange.

Jonah

Jonah

Fragile relationships and the lengths we go to survive take center stage in Rachel Bonds’ latest play, premiering Off-Broadway.

Doubt: A Parable on Broadway

Doubt: A Parable on Broadway

Liev Schreiber and Tyne Daly star in a must-see revival of John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize-winning modern classic.

The Effect

The Effect

Jamie Lloyd’s hit revival of Lucy Prebble’s drama about a love affair between drug trial participants opens Off-Broadway.

Home on Broadway

Home on Broadway

Samm-Art Williams' Tony Award-nominated coming-of-age play is back on Broadway, directed by Kenny Leon.

Prayer For The French Republic on Broadway

Prayer For The French Republic on Broadway

Bad Jews writer Joshua Harmon’s sold-out Off-Broadway hit about generations of a French Jewish family transfers to Broadway.

Oh, Mary!

Oh, Mary!

Search Party star Cole Escola is Mary Todd Lincoln in this hilarious dark comedy that turns history on its head Off-Broadway.

An Enemy of the People on Broadway

An Enemy of the People on Broadway

Jeremy Strong (Succession) stars in a huge Broadway revival of this European classic about a doctor who is punished for whistleblowing.

Mary Jane on Broadway

Mary Jane on Broadway

Academy Award nominee Rachel McAdams stars in Pulitzer finalist Amy Herzog’s captivating new play for its anticipated Broadway premiere.

Uncle Vanya on Broadway

Uncle Vanya on Broadway

Steve Carrell makes his Broadway debut in a new version of Chekhov’s darkly funny drama about love, lust and resentment.

Stereophonic on Broadway

Stereophonic on Broadway

David Ajmi's electric play, set in a ‘70s recording studio, comes to Broadway following a smash-hit season at Playwrights Horizons.

Frequently Asked Questions

What plays are on in New York?

There’s a wealth of exciting entertainment in the form of plays across Broadway, with many big stars making an appearance on stage. The highly anticipated play, Appropriate, made its Broadway debut in 2023 with award-winner Sarah Paulson. Family secrets and bitterness are brought to the surface as the family is forced to confront each other in this dark comedy.

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.

What are the best Broadway plays to see in New York in 2024?

You may be unsure what play to book tickets for, but not to worry, our in-house theatre experts have created a list of the Unmissable Upcoming Broadway Shows this year. Our theatre specialists are always on the lookout for Broadway play news and have hand-picked some fan favorites and Broadway debuts, so there’s something for everyone!

What are the best New York plays for families?

If you’re looking to take the whole family to a play in the Big Apple, you’ll want to grab tickets to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The play takes place 19 years after the final book and transports audiences to the Wizarding World that is known and loved globally. The play is portrayed unlike any of the other magical stories and brings the world to life through incredible stage effects. The story of Harry Potter’s son is one of the most sought-after Broadway plays, so we recommend getting your tickets in advance.

What new plays are opening in New York this year?

There’s an exciting array of plays heading to Broadway this year, with West End plays crossing the pond and new plays making their debuts. Opening in April is a new version of Chekhov’s dark but hilarious drama exploring the ideas of love, lust and resentment. Steve Carrell will be making his Broadway debut in this European classic with Uncle Vanya tickets.

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?

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child opened in New York in 2018 and has since played over 1,000 shows within its six years, having stayed at the Lyric Theatre since it first opened.

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.

Where can I buy tickets to New York plays?

You can purchase your tickets to a Broadway play through SeatPlan. Simply browse our listings above and filter by date and matinee or evening performances. If you’re looking to see which tickets have money-saving deals across SeatPlan, you can also filter by offers.
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