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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.