Now Playing At The A.R.T./New York Theatres 

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 year-round.

Please note that A.R.T./New York does not handle performance ticketing; in this regard, we are a performance venue, and the producing companies all handle ticketing. For questions about ticketing, please visit the producing company's website for each show, listed below. To plan your visit, head to our accessibility page. There you will find directions & information on how to access our spaces.  

To view an archive of the shows that have played at our theatres, visit our Past Shows page.

In the Mezzanine Theatre >>

SheNYC Arts presents FORT HUACHUCA by Ailema Sousa, directed by Ani Marderosian
September 23 - October 14, 2023

In the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, 5 women enlist to serve their country and are sent to FORT HUACHUCA, an army base camp in Arizona. As Black nurses, they quickly learn the rules of the camp: stay segregated, always treat the white soldiers first, and remember: we’re all on the same team, fighting for the same country.

BLOODSHOT by Elinor T Vanderburg, directed by Nigel Semaj 
September 24 - October 14, 2023

BLOODSHOT follows Reaver, a bone-tired Black coroner, as he investigates a city being torn apart by a gruesome plague – one that causes sleeplessness and spontaneous, explosive death. Unreliably narrated, BLOODSHOT is an alluring, distorted romp through a familiar city on the brink of a very human meltdown.

Both plays take us on a journey through time from WWII to a not-too-distant present, turning American pride inside out from
the perspective of Black Americans serving their communities.

In the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre  >>

vMHF Theatricals presents honor
October  1- 29, 2023

During a mass shooting in NYC, Trotter, a young gay man, heroically saves two children but suffers from the worst kind of survivor’s guilt -- spiraling down a hellish rabbit hole, alienating his loved ones and contemplating suicide. In an effort to save him, a plan is hatched by his mother and husband involving a former Marine who is, himself, struggling with a horrific secret from his tour in Afghanistan. Both men initially lock horns but slowly begin to bond and share traumatic experiences. But can anyone pull Trotter from the abyss?