A musical mystery that takes place in the maternity ward of a city hospital, with new moms, prostitutes, newborn babies, drug addicts, the homeless, a compassionate staff — and one murderer. Opens Jun 10, closes Jun 26.
$15; $10 students. Thu-Sat 8pm; Wed 2pm; Sun 3pm. 410 W 42nd St. 212-307-4100
Common Basis Theater
A son murders his father. A brother lusts for his stepsister. A mother beats her grown child. It has all the makings of a Sam Shepard play, but it was written well before he was born, and in Yiddish.
$15. Thu-Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. 750 Eighth Ave, 5th fl., 212-868-4444
Peter Jay Sharp
A heartfelt glimpse at one family’s attempt to escape its stifling home life, this play questions the nature of beauty and desirability in contemporary America.
$30 with code “BFEL”. Tue-Fri 7:30pm; Sat 2pm, 7:30pm; Sun 2pm, 7pm. 416 W 42nd St, 212-279-4200
La Cage Aux Folles
Revival of La Cage Aux Folles, based on the popular French film and play.
$25-$100. Tue 7pm; Wed, Sat 2 and 8pm; Sun 3pm. 1535 Broadway, 212-307-4100 www.ticketmaster.com
I’m Not Gay!
A comedy about two men — Gary, a homophobe, and Michael, who is gay. The play examines stereotypes, bigotry, and homophobia. Opens Jun 10, closes Jun 18.
$15-$18 . Fri, Sat 10pm. 750 Eighth Ave, Suite 200, 212-719-0500
The sad tale of Kara, an immigrant from the former Yugoslavia who came to America after WWII.
$18.50 Wed-Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. 312 W 36th St, 3rd fl, 212-868-4444
John Golden Theatre
Set on a fictional NYC street, where singing puppets and plain old humans struggle to find their purpose in the world.
$45-$60 Sun, Mon 7:30pm. 150 W 65th St, 212-239-6200
Legend of King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table, and their quest for the Holy Grail — as told by Monty Python.
$66.25-$101.25. Mon-Sat 8pm; Wed & Sat 2pm. 225 W 44th St, 212-239-6200
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
This is a musical based on the popular 1988 film starring Steve Martin and Michael Caine.
$41.25 - $101.25. Tue 7pm; Wed-Sat 8pm; Wed, Sat 2pm; Sun 3pm. 249 W 45th St, 212-239-6200
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Written in 1962, this brittle, dark comedy looks at marriage and relationships. Bill Irwin and Kathleen Turner co-star.
$46.25 - $91.25. Tue 7pm; Wed-Sat 8pm; Wed, Sat 2pm; Sun 3pm. 220 W 48th St 212-239-6200