Winter/Spring 2020 NYC Performing Arts Guide

nycgo.com staff

Expand your cultural horizons this season by checking out exciting events like contemporary reimaginings of Medea at the Brooklyn Academy of Music or Swan Lake at New York City Center. The innovative New Directors/New Films festival returns for its 49th year, and dance companies at the Joyce Theater and New York City Ballet present their winter (and spring) repertory seasons. For details on these and other performances, read on.

Aug
1

Broadway
The Kite Runner

Khaled Hosseini's best-selling novel comes to the Broadway stage.

More Info
Sep
13

Broadway
Cost of Living

The 2018 Pulitzer Prize-winning play comes to Broadway.

More Info
Sep
14

Broadway
Leopoldstadt

Inspired by his family history, Tom Stoppard's new play follows a Jewish family living in Vienna over a 50-year period.

More Info
Sep
16

Broadway
1776

A contemporary cast brings the award-winning musical to life.

More Info
Sep
17

Broadway
Death of a Salesman

Arthur Miller's classic, as told from the perspective of an African American family, comes to Broadway.

More Info
Sep
19

Broadway
The Piano Lesson

August Wilson's drama stars Samuel L. Jackson, Danielle Brooks and John David Washington.

More Info
Oct
6

Museums & Galleries
Virgil Abloh: Figures of Speech

Explore a collection of never-before-seen objects from Abloh’s archive.

More Info
Oct
6

Museums & Galleries
Art and Race Matters

See the subversive works of an American satirist.

More Info
Oct
6

Museums & Galleries
Bernd & Hilla Becher

More Info
Oct
6

Museums & Galleries
Dior + Balenciaga: The Kings of Couture and Their Legacies

More Info
Oct
6

Museums & Galleries
Lou Reed: Caught Between the Twisted Stars

More Info
Oct
6

Off-Broadway
Los Otros

This musical two-hander focuses on love, risk and revelation.

More Info

Advertisement