Show Calendar

The A.R.T./New York Theatres consist of two spaces the Mezzanine Theatre and the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre, and are home to performances by our member theatres year-round.  

For questions about ticketing, please click the "more info" link for the show and contact the theatre company for that specific show. A.R.T./New York does not handle ticketing for any performances. Need directions?  Go to our page on Planning Your Visit.

A.R.T./New York's Rental Subsidy Fund  established a grant program with a peer panel review process to provide a transparent and equitable means to share this resource among members of the field. To be eligible for a subsidized rental, a company must be an A.R.T./New York member with an annual operating budget under $1 million and does not own or hold a long-term lease on its own space. The companies and plays selected represent a wide range of genres, budget sizes, and ethnicities.

In addition to the companies with shows in our calendar below, rental subsidy has been award to the following companies for the 2017-2018 season: Amas Musical TheatreThe CiviliansDramatic Question TheatreNAATCOOne Year Lease Theater CompanyPipeline Theatre CompanyThe Play CompanyProspect Theater CompanyTarget Margin Theater, and Transport Group Theatre Company
In the Mezzanine Theatre


February 18 - March 5, 2017

Love That Dog

New York City Children’s Theater

Adapted and Directed by Andrew Frank and Jason Howard
Based on the book by award-winning author Sharon Creech
Featuring the poetry of Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, and Walter Dean Myers

A multimedia play about a boy and his dog. Featuring the poetry of Robert Frost, William Carlos Williams, and Walter Dean Myers, LoveThat Dog is a contemporary story about discovering the power of your own voice. Best for ages 8 and up.

Presented in repertory with Please Bring Balloons



February 18 - March 5, 2017

Please Bring Balloons

New York City Children’s Theater

Created by David Kilpatrick
based on Lindsay Ward’s illustrated book, Please Bring Balloons
Directed by Sara Morgulis

An interactive, multi-sensory theater experience created for our youngest audience members. Based on Lindsay Ward’s beautiful illustrated book, Please Bring Balloons will be a fun and dynamic introduction to theater that you and your toddler will love. Best for ages 2-5 years old.

Presented in repertory with Love That Dog



Spring/Summer 2017

And She Would Stand Like This

The Movement Theatre Company

By Harrison David Rivers
Directed by David Mendizábal
Choreographed by Kia LaBeija

Greek Epic meets Ball Culture in And She Would Stand Like This, a dynamic re-telling of Euripides' The Trojan Women that re-imagines Hecuba and her children as queer and trans people of color fighting to survive in the midst of a mysterious plague.

In the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre


February 17 - March 5, 2017

BKBX Presents: See Reverse

Broken Box Mime Theater

Broken Box Mime Theater (BKBX) presents a brand new set of original short plays with SEE REVERSE. Set to a fresh soundtrack and dynamic lighting design, the mime re-definers of BKBX journey from film noir to political protest and everywhere in between, asking audiences to take their truth and turn it upside down, inside out, and back in time to reveal something truer than they held at the start. 



February 25 - March 4, 2017

BKBX Presents: DESTINATION: EVERYWHERE

Broken Box Mime Theater

DESTINATION: EVERYWHERE is a boisterous adventure that invites audiences to journey through invisible worlds. With a speaking host to guide even the youngest theater-goers, BKBXKids! weaves together nine inventive shorts into a rollicking hour-long program. This interactive performance includes a workshop where the kids are encouraged to meet the cast and learn how to mime!

Presented on Saturdays during Broken Box Mime Theater's run of See Reverse



March 10 - March 26, 2017

The Other Plays: Six Short Plays about Otherness and Diversity

Theater Breaking Through Barriers

Playwrights include Dennis A. Allen II, Bekah Brunstetter, Lameece Isaaq, Basil Kreimendahl, and Neil LaBute

Theater Breaking Through Barriers will proudly present its 5th Festival of new short plays, which will examine otherness in its many forms — Racial, Religious, Political, Sexual and Social — all through a lens of disability. The Other Plays promises to provide a provocative evening of truly enlightening, enraging and entertaining theatre that you will not want to miss!



March 30 - April 9, 2017

American Mill No. 2

Pioneers Go East Collective

Director & Co-writer Gian Marco Lo Forte
Composer Kamala Sankaram
Choreographer Maura Donohue
Co-writers & Dramaturges Abby Felder and Allison Curseen

American Mill No. 2 is Pioneers Go East Collective original docudrama with folk songs about Ella May Wiggins – a textile mill worker and folk singer who found herself at the forefront of the protest movement during the strike at the Loray mill in Gastonia in 1929 (North Carolina).



April 17 - May 7, 2017

The Assignment

Houses On the Moon Theater Company

By Camilo Almonacid and developed by Houses on the Moon Theater Company

An English Professor is shaken when a student’s personal essay describing an act of violence from the perpetrator's perspective reopens long buried wounds. The play explores the long-term emotional toll of violence from both sides of the barrel, and the struggle to forgive others and ourselves.

Throughout the run, Houses on the Moon will present a selection of stories by professional theater artists and members of the community whose lives have been touched by guns.



May 12 - May 27, 2017

T.B. Sheets

Buran Theatre

By Adam R. Burnett

Set in a tuberculosis sanatorium on a remote mountainside, a community of terminally ill mystics transcend to an order of living saints and build a spaceship to escape their physical ailments. This dizzying and iconoclastic new work celebrates the power and beauty of the fragile body and the multiplicity and fluidity of identity.



June 1- June 24, 2017

Women in Theatre Festival

Project Y

Playwrights include Chiori Miyagawa, Crystal Skillman and Hrostvith of Gandersham

Women in Theatre Festival (WITFest) is dedicated to going #BeyondParity by producing work by women playwrights in a festival where the majority of roles – both on- and off-stage – are filled by women. By supporting work written by women and plays that feature a greater number of women roles, WITFest is working towards equality in theatre.