The new work by puppet artist Theodora Skipitares, based on the play by Euripides. At La MaMa, 74A E 4th St., 212-352-3101. Starts March 17.
The Astronomer’s Triangle
An astronomer, a waitress, and a cartographer in love. Written by Jordan Seavey. Presented by Collaboration Town at Studio 5, 28 Warren St., 212-352-3101. Starts March 17.
A revival of Jean Genet’s infamous play about a pair of servants who plot to murder their mistress.
At the Chocolate Factory, 5-49 49th Ave., Long Island City, 718-482-7069.
Starts March 17.
A vaudeville-style comedy-clown show starring Jamie Adkins.
At the New Victory Theatre, 209 W 42nd St., 212-239-6200. Starts March 18.
Martin McDonagh’s new play about a fiction writer who lives in a totalitarian state. Billy Crudup and Jeff Goldblum co-star.
At the Booth Theatre, 222 W 45th St., 212-239-6200. Starts March 21.
On Golden Pond
James Earl Jones and Leslie Uggams star in this revival of Ernest Thompson’s play about an elderly couple coming to grips with the end of their lives.
At the Cort Theatre, 138 W 48th St., 212-239-6200. Starts March 22.
This new play by Alex S. DeFazio explores the social and sexual lives of five urban gay men.
At the WorkShop Jewel Box Theater, 312 W 36th St., 4th Fl., 212-868-4444.
Starts March 24.
A program of eight one-act plays about the seven deadly sins. Presented by On the Leesh productions.
At the Sanford Meisner Theatre, 164 11th Ave., 212-352-3101. Starts March 24.
God Hates the Irish
A musical political satire by Michael Friedman and Sean Cunningham.
At Rattlestick Theatre, 224 Waverly Pl., 212-627-2556. Starts March 24.
Firebrand Theory explores race relations in America.
At the Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond St., 212-696-6566. Starts March 25.
Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)
A revival of this zany compression of the Bard’s plays. Created by Jess Borgeson, Adam Long, and Daniel Singer.
At the Gallery Players, 199 14th St., Brooklyn, 718-595-0547.
Starts March 26.
A comedy by Anton Dudley about three working-class British prostitutes.
At Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce St., 212-239-6200. Starts March 29.
The Chocolate Soldier
Musicals Tonight! presents a concert revival of the operetta by Oscar Straus, based on George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man.
At the 45th Street Theatre, 354 W 45th St., 212-868-4444. Starts March 29.
The False Servant
A revival of the comedy by Pierre Marivaux, newly translated by Kathleen Tolan.
At Classic Stage Company, 136 E 13th St., 212-279-4200. Starts March 30.
The Trial of K
A multimedia play-noir inspired by Kafka’s The Trial, created by Synaesthetic Theatre. At 45 Below, 45 Bleecker St., 212-352-3101. Starts March 30.
A theatre piece directed by Peter Brook that explores religious tolerance.
At Barnard College, 3009 Broadway, 212-239-6200. Starts March 30.
A Beginner’s Guide to Deicide
A play by Qui Nguyen and Robert Ross Parker about a Catholic schoolgirl who undertakes a time-traveling quest to find God, and kill him. Presented by Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company at Center Stage, 48 W 21st St., 4th Fl., 212-696-7806. Starts March 31.
A new play by Jeffrey Hatcher that looks at art, power, and censorship.
At Manhattan Theatre Club Stage II, 131 W 55th St., 212-581-1212. Starts March 31.
Classical Theatre of Harlem revives Albert Camus’s play about the infamous Roman emperor.
At the HSA Theatre, 645 St. Nicholas Ave., 212-868-4444. Starts April 1.
Souls of Naples
John Turturro stars in this production of Eduardo de Filippo’s play about a man who falls in love with another man’s wife. Presented by Theatre for a New Audience at the Duke, 229 W 42nd St., 212-236-6200. Starts April 2.
A revival of a rarely-seen comedy by George Bernard Shaw.
At The Pearl Theatre, 80 St. Marks Pl., 212-352-3101. Starts April 2.
The Shakespearean classic stars Denzel Washington as Brutus.
At the Belasco Theater, 111 W 44th St., 212-239-6200. Starts April 3.
Plays in a Pub
Phoenix Theatre Ensemble presents a double bill of plays by Tennessee Williams and Romulus Linney.
In the Bacchus Room adjoining Bona Fides Restaurant, 60 Second Ave., 212-352-3101. Starts April 4.
Paul Weitz’s (American Pie, About a Boy) play about two Upper East Side teenagers whose father is accused of insider trading. At Second Stage, 307 W 43rd St., 212-246-4422. Starts April 5.
Shoe Palace Murray
A comedy with music by William Hoffman and Anthony Holland about a theatrical shoe salesman in 1926.
Presented by Circle East at Baruch College’s Bernie West Theatre, 17 Lexington Ave., 212-868-4444. Starts April 6.
Elizabeth Egloff’s play about a woman who is visited by a swan that turns into a man.
At Pelican Studios Theatre, 750 Eigth Ave., 6th Fl., 212-868-4444. Starts April 6.
Glengarry Glen Ross
A revival of David Mamet’s play about a group of high-powered real estate salesman and their marks. Alan Alda and Liev Schreiber co-star.
At the Royale Theatre, 242 W 45th St., 212-239-6200. Starts April 8.
A music/storytelling show from the Belgian company Pantalone, featuring two tales from Slovakia and Japan.
At the New Victory Theatre, 209 W 42nd St., 212-239-6200. Starts April 8.
Orgasms: The Play
Dan Israely’s play about relationships and the differences between the sexes.
At Soho Playhouse, 15 Vandam St., 877-733-7529. Starts April 8.
Hey, look —another revival of Jean Genet’s tale of murdering maids!
At Jean Cocteau Repertory, 330 Bowery, 212-279-4200. Starts April 8.
Beast on the Moon
A play by Richard Kalinoski about two survivors of the Armenian genocide in Turkey who move to America.
At the Century Center for the Performing Arts, 111 E 15th St., 212-239-6200. Starts April 12.
A tale of a fateful trip, where passengers on a sea voyage must solve a mystery that affects them all.
Presented by Keen Company at Urban Stages, 259 W 30th St., 212-868-4444. Starts April 12.
Snake in Fridge
The Themantics Group presents the New York premiere of this play by Brad Fraser about a group of young misfits living in a creepy Victorian house.
At the 14th Street Y, 344 E 14th St., 212-868-4444. Starts April 14.
A new play centering on the life of Florence Kelley, an activist for child welfare at the turn of the last century. By Anthony P. Penniono.
At Metropolitan Playhouse, 220 E 4th St, 212-995-8410. Starts April 15.
The Beauty Inside
An East-meets-West story about a Turkish peasant girl and the Turkish-American lawyer who defends her.
At 45 Below, 45 Bleecker St., 212-868-4444. Starts April 15.
Handcart Ensemble presents a one-woman show by Sam McCready about the life of Irish Literary Renaissance patron Lady Gregory.
At Theatre 315, 315 W 47th St.,
212-868-4444. Starts April 20.
Dianne Wiest stars in this new play by Kathleen Tolan about a teenager who confronts her mother about the ethical ramifications of her adoption.
At Playwrights Horizons, 416 W 42nd St., 212-279-4200. Starts April 22.
The Beauty Prize
A concert-style revival of a musical by Jerome Kern and P.G. Wodehouse — written in 1922 and never before seen in America.
At the 45th Street Theatre, 354 W 45th St., 212-868-4444. Starts April 26.
Macrobert Productions of Stirling, Scotland presents a puppet theatre version of the Oscar Wilde fairy tale.
At the New Victory Theatre, 209 W 42nd St., 212-239-6200. Starts April 29.
Feasting on Cardigans
A new play by Mark Eisman about an exterminator who learns life lessons during New York’s great moth infestation.
Presented by Oberon Theatre Ensemble, 244 W 54th St., 12th Fl., 212-352-3101. Starts April 30.
The Pursuit of Persephone
A musical by Peter Mills inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald and his novel This Side of Paradise.
Presented by Prospect Theatre Company at the Connelly Theatre, 220 E 4th St., 212-352-3101. Starts April 30.
Garth Wingfield explores the life of Charles Lindbergh in this play presented by Melting Pot Theatre Company.
At the Lucille Lortel Theatre, 121 Christopher St., 212-279-4200.
Starts May 8.
A new adaptation of the Strindberg play by Craig Lucas.
At Rattlestick Theatre, 224 Waverly Pl., 212-627-2556. Starts May 11.
A minimalist production from Holland’s Het Laagland of the King Arthur legend.
At the New Victory Theatre, 209 W 42nd St., 212-239-6200. Starts May 13.
Uncle Jimmy’s Dirty Basement
An absurdist rock show showcasing depraved characters and demented humor.
At P.S. 122, 150 First Ave., 212-477-5288. Starts May 19th.
A new play by Julia Cho about an Asian-American family attempting to escape its stifling home life.
At Playwrights Horizons, 416 W 42nd St., 212-279-4200. Starts May 19.
The Cherry Orchard
A new adaptation of Chekhov’s great play by Tom Donaghy.
At the Atlantic Theater, 336 W 20th St., 212-645-1242. Starts May 25.