The Crucible, by Arthur Miller opens up tonight at the East Village’s Connelly Theater. It is a production by the Bedlam Theater Company directed by their resident Artistic Director Eric Tucker. This is a limited seven week run, November 8 to December 29, 2019, so you better get your tickets today. Tickets run from $59 for basic seating to $159 for premium moving floor seats that promise a more immersive experience.
2- The Sound Inside
Adam Rapp's The Sound Inside, directed by David Cromer, starring Mary Louise Parker and featuring Will Hochman, has received rave reviews already. Adam Rapp is a Pulitzer Prize finalist. David Cromer is a Tony Award winner. Mary Louise Parker is a Tony and Emmy Award winner, and it is Will Hochman’s Broadway debut. The show is running through January 12, 2020 at Studio 54. Tickets start from $49 and go up to $250.
3- Dr. Ride'sAmerican Beach House
The World Premiere of Dr. Ride’s American Beach House by Liza Birkenmeier is currently running at the Greenwich House Theater. This play is a new commission by Ars Nova. Katie Brook is the director. The final performance is on November 23. Tickets run from $35 for regular seats to $65 for premium.
4- One Discordant Violin
One Discordant Violin is a duet for actor and violinist playing at 59e59 Theaters. It is a US premiere based on Yann Martel's short story, adapted, co-directed, and performed by Anthony Black. Ann-Marie Kerr is the other co-director. Aaron Collier and Jacques Mindreau wrote the original score. The show is one hour and 10 minutes long. It runs through November 24. Ticket price is $35.
5- History of Violence
History of Violence by Edouard Louis, adapted by Thomas Ostermeier, Florian Borchmeyer and Edouard Louis and directed by Thomas Ostermeier will have its American premiere on November 13 at St. Ann’s Warehouse. Its last show will be on December 1, 2019. This is a 2 hour show with no intermission. It is performed in German with English subtitles. You can purchase regular tickets for $35 each or premium for $45 each.