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 >>

EPIC Players presents Spring Awakening
May 9 - 19, 2024

Image for Spring Awakening - a branch blooms with pink flowers and thorns. In the upper third of the image are the works Spring Awakening in black font. The show dates and the theatre name are in the lower third of the image.

Director: Travis Burbee
Assistant Director: Gabe Girson
Music Director: Blake Brauer
Choreographer: Miles Butler
Stage Manager: Sydnee Davis
Production Manager: William Morris
Assistant Stage Manager: Carol Hoverman
Assistant Stage Manager: Cassidy Kaye
Director of Artistic Sign Language: Kailyn Aaron-Lozano
Intimacy and Fight Director: Hannah "Rock" Roccisano
Intimacy and Fight Assistant: Scarlet Yousif
Scenic Designer: Matthew Imhoff
Sound Designer: Sean Ramos
Costume DesignerNicole Zausmer
Props Designer: Madisen Frazier
Light Designer: Cameron Filepas
Executive Artistic Director: Aubrie Therrien
Front of House: Talia Eapen
Access Coordinator: Jamie Rose Hays
Mental Health Counselor: Taupa Fogo-Toussaint
Wendla: Sydney Kurland 
Martha: Laisha Gonzalez 
Thea: Rachel Barcellona 
Anna: Katherine Tepan 
Ilse: Mina Cuesta
Melchoir: Will Ketter
Mortiz: Reuben Baron
Hanschen: Samuel Langshteyn
Ernst: Josh Cartagena
Georg: Rafiq Tate
Otto: Shafer Gootkind
Adult Women 1:  Shoshanna Gleich
Adult Women 2: Samantha Elisofon
Adult Man 1: Gerard Riley
Adult Man 2: Max Tunney
Ensemble: Henry Houghton
Ensemble: Emy Ramos
Voice of Hanschen: Chloe Rose Solomon

Spring Awakening is an electrifying journey through the trials and challenges of adolescence, with music by Duncan Sheik. Winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, the story explores the mystery of attraction, desire, sex, insecurity, and the highs and lows of navigating the pressures of young adult life. Brought to life by the unique perspective of our neurodivergent community members, this is one re-telling not to miss.

In the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre  >>

The Associates Theater Ensemble presents Redemption Story
May 4 - 19, 2024

Image for Redemption Story - a bright red background reads Rdeemption Story in bright white letters. A small black and white photo of a white woman is in the lower right hand corner, it looks to be from the nate 1960s. She wears a white dress and has cat eye glasses. Her shadow on the fight side of the image is in the shape of a cowboy wearing a cowboy hat. Within the shadow are red vinyl diner booths and white formica tables.

Written by Peregrine Teng Heard
Directed by Sarah Blush

Featuring Christine Toy Johnson, José Espinosa, Dee Beasnael, Emily Stout, Gregory Saint Georges, and Mitchell Winter

Scenic Designer - Emmie Finckel
Costume Designer - Dan Wang
Lighting Designer - Jiahao (Neil) Qiu
Sound Designer - John Gasper
Props Designer - Rhys Roffey
Fight & Intimacy Choreographer - Amaal Saifudeen
Producer - Shannon Sindelar
Production Stage Manager - Caroline Villaseñor Wilkes
Technical Director - jack woods
Press Representative - Emily Owens PR
Associate Producer - Kate Purdum
Assistant Producer - Benjamin Papac

INT. DINER - LOS ANGELES, 1971. CONNIE LEE (50s, hardened glamor) drinks coffee, fingers her cigarettes. A MAN (20s, blond and eager) pushes through the door, and Connie does a double-take, then turns away. She's already made the worst mistake of her life, and a fresh face can't fix it.

A new play about alienation, conditional love, and our distorted senses of self.