Notable Uptown: The Best of Broadway and Beyond
 

La Cage Aux Folles
Marquis Theater
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

Love/Life
Vivian Beaumont Theatre
Starring Brian Sokes Mitchell, this features a mix of classics of the American songbook, including songs by Cole Porter, Jule Tyne, Duke Ellington, the Gershwins, Bruce Hornsby and Leonard Bernstein.
$21-$96 , Opens May 1, Closes May 23,Tue-Sat 8pm; Sat-Sun 2pm, Sun 7pm. 252 W 45th St, 212-239-6200

Avenue Q
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 65h St, 212-239-6200

Spamalot
Shubert Theatre
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

Shockheaded Peter
Little Shubert Theater
The absolutely brilliant Tiger Lillies bring their unrelentingly dark, hyper-intelligent, Edward Gorey-style cabaret act to the Theater District, employing the full song book from the album of the same name, to quite literally, thrill and chill.
$22-$74. Tue-Sun, 8pm; 422 W 42nd St, 212-239-6200

Twelve Angry Men
American Airlines Theatre
Roundabout Theatre Company presents a revival of Twelve Angry Men, the courtroom drama by Reginald Rose.
$64.25 — $86.25. Closes May 15; Tue-Sat 8pm; Wed, Sat, Sun 2pm. 227 W 42nd St, 212-719-1300

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Imperial Theatre
This is a musical based on the popular 1988 film starring Norbert Leo Butz, John Lithgow and Sherie Rene Scott.
$41.25 — $101.25. Tue 7pm; Wed-Sat 8pm; Wed, Sat 2pm; Sun 3pm. 249 W 425th St, 212-239-6200

How To Lose Your Lover in 6 Short Plays
Lion Theatre
An uproarious guide to the ‘what not to do’s’ of love.
$15Tue-Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm. 410 W 42nd  St 212-279-4200

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Longacre Theatre
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

Finnegan’s Wake
Medicine Show
The entire Finnegan clan — along with various denizens of the pub — live, fight, drink, dream, and assume the roles of mythic and historical figures, hoping their lives will eventually lead to some kind of spiritual rebirth.
$15. Closes Apr 30; Thu-Sat 8pm; Sun 7pm. 549 W 52nd St, 212-868-4444

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