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
Looking for a show that already closed? Check out the archives.
In the Mezzanine & Gural Theatres                                                            September 7 - October 21, 2017


Ars Nova in association with Ma-Yi Theater company + Woodshed Collective

Conceived by Woodshed Collective + Jason Kim
Book by Jason Kim
Music & Lyrics by Helen Park + Max Vernon
Immersive Design by Woodshed Collective
Choreographed by Jennifer Weber
Directed by Teddy Bergman

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In the Mezzanine Theatre

In the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre

November 2 - November 19, 2017



Live Source Theatre Group

Written by Susan Soon He Stanton
Directed by Tyler Mercer

A group of friends gather to celebrate the Summer Solstice together in the deep Upstate New York woods behind an old farmhouse. What begins as a casual, fun weeked quickly devolves into something more sinister; a power-struggle and then a game of survival that is by turns bizarre and shocking. Written as a Jonestown parable for the Trump era, playwright Susan Soon He Stanton explores themes of "group-think" and betrayal that instigate our deepest primal fears.