Notable Uptown: The Best of Broadway and Beyond
A modern tragedy about two sides of the same man, and his ultimately doomed relationships with two very different women. Opens Jul 27, closes Aug 7.
$15; $12 students and seniors Mon 7pm; Wed-Sat 8pm; Sat, Sun 2pm. 750 Eighth Ave, 6th fl, 212-388-2772
The One-Man Star Wars Trilogy
Charles Ross, writer and solo performer of this show, plays all the characters, recreates the effects, sings the music, flies the ships, and fights both sies in this one-man enactment of the Star Wars trilogy of films. Opens Aug 2, closes Oct 31.
$39+. Tue-Fri 8pm; Wed 3pm; Sat 10:30pm. 130 W 44th St, 212-239-6200
Driving On the Left Side
Set in Jamaica, the story of four people each at their own personal and professional crossroads. Closes Jul 31.
$40. Wed-Sat 8pm; Sun 3pm, 7pm. 312 W 36th St, 3rd fl, 212-868-4444
This play is based on the memoir Survival in Auschwitz by Primo Levi, an Italian Jew who was a chemist and a writer. This work was written in 1947 after his experiences in a concentration camp during the last years of WWII. Closes Aug 7.
$76.25-$86.25 Tue-Sat 8pm; Sat 2pm; Sun 3pm; Jul 11 at 5pm; no perf Jul 12. 239 W 45th St, 212-239-6200
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
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
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
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
Glengarry Glen Ross
Written in 1984, the play follows a group of ruthless real estate salesmen who are competing for a prize (a Cadillac) by selling properties in their seedy Chicago office. Closes Aug 28.
$146.25-$96.25. Tue-Sat 8pm; Wed, Sat 2pm, Sun 3pm. 242 W 545th St, 212-239-6200
This play explores the intense human desire to be needed and the devastating consequences that come to pass when that sense of need is not satisfied. Closes Jul 31.
$15; $12 students. Tue-Sat 8pm; Wed & Sat 2pm. 549W 52nd St, 212-352-3101
Man 1, Bank 0
A one-man show written and performed by Patrick Combs. The premise is that one day Patrick deposited a $95,000 junk mail check in to his ATM and to his astonishment, it worked. Closes Jul 30.
$25-$30. 130 W 44th St, 212-239-6200