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2013-14 Theater Schedule

By: David Sheward
                        Updated 2013-14 Broadway/Off-B’way Schedule

Laurie Metcalf will star in Bruce Norris’s new play Domesticated.


Here’s an expanded look at the 2013-14 New York theater season including Broadway and Off-Broadway. Most exciting on the Off-Bway horizon: the musical based on Little Miss Sunshine; Jeff Goldblum and Laurie Metcalf in Bruce Norris’s new play Domesticated; and Mr. Burns, a weird play from Anne Washburn about a post-apocalyptic future with no electricity where people re-enacted episodes from The Simpsons for entertainment. I read the script for the American Theater Critics Association’s New Play Award last year and I can hardly wait to see how it looks staged. This list is by no means complete. I’ll add updates as we go along.   

By: David Sheward
                        Updated 2013-14 Broadway/Off-B’way Schedule

Laurie Metcalf will star in Bruce Norris’s new play Domesticated.


Here’s an expanded look at the 2013-14 New York theater season including Broadway and Off-Broadway. Most exciting on the Off-Bway horizon: the musical based on Little Miss Sunshine; Jeff Goldblum and Laurie Metcalf in Bruce Norris’s new play Domesticated; and Mr. Burns, a weird play from Anne Washburn about a post-apocalyptic future with no electricity where people re-enacted episodes from The Simpsons for entertainment. I read the script for the American Theater Critics Association’s New Play Award last year and I can hardly wait to see how it looks staged. This list is by no means complete. I’ll add updates as we go along.   

July 14–Luis Bravo’s Forever Tango (Walter Kerr)
July 24–Let It Be (St. James)
Aug. 4–First Date (Longacre)
Aug. 8-The Great Society (Clurman Theatre)
Aug. 15–Soul Doctor (Circle In the Square)
Sept. 12-The Old Friends (Signature Theatre Company)
Sept. 12-Fetch Clay, Make Man (NYTW)
Sept. 15–Mr. Burns, a Post-Electronic Play (Playwrights Horizons)
Sept. 19–Romeo and Juliet (Richard Rodgers)
Sept. 26–The Glass Menagerie (Booth)
Oct. 5–Big Fish (Neil Simon)
Oct. 10–A Night with Janis Joplin (Lyceum)
Oct. 20–A Time to Kill (Golden)
Oct. 24–The Snow Geese (Samuel Friedman)
Nov. 3–Betrayal (Barrymore)
Nov. 3–After Midnight (Brooks Atkinson)
Nov. 4-Domesticated (Mitzi Newhouse/Lincoln Center)
Nov. 10–Twelfth Night/Richard III (Belasco)
Nov. 12-The Patron Saint of Sea Monsters (PH/Peter Sharp)
Nov. 17–The Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder (Walter Kerr)
Nov. 18-Small Engine Repair (Lortel/MCC)
Nov. 21–Macbeth (Vivian Beaumont)
Nov. 21-The Commons of Pensacola (MTC/City Center Stage I)
Nov. 24–Waiting for Godot/No Man’s Land (Cort)
Mid-Nov.–Little Miss Sunshine (Second Stage)
TBA–The Winslow Boy (American Airlines)
Dec. 8 or 9-The Curious Case of the Watson Intelligence (Playwrights Horizons)
Jan. 16–Machinal (American Airlines)
Jan. 23–Outside Mullingar (Samuel Friedman)
Mid-Feb.–The Bridges of Madison County (Gerald Schoenfeld)
March 2-Stage Kiss (Playwrights Horizons)
March 18-Tales from Red Vienna (MTC/City Center Stage I)
March 23–Les Miserables (Imperial)
March 27–If/Then (Richard Rodgers)
April 11–Bullets Over Broadway (St. James)
April 17–Act One (Vivian Beaumont)
April 21-Your Mother’s Copy of the Kuma Sutra (PH/Peter Sharp)
May 5-The City of Conversation (Mitzi Newhouse/Lincoln Center)
Spring–The Real Thing (American Airlines)
Spring–Houdini (Theatre TBA)
Spring–Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Theater TBA)
Spring–Rocky (Winter Garden)
Spring–Holler If Ya Hear Me (Theater TBA)
June 9-Fly By Night (Playwrights Horizons)
June 17-When We Were Young and Unafraid (MTC/City Center Stage I)
Maybes for Broadway–All the Way, Disgraced, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, The Revisionist

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Originally Published on July 30, 2013 The David Desk 2