Longacre Theater | New York, NY
Discover the unforgettable magic of Broadway productions on Wednesday 22nd March 2023 by booking tickets to see Leopoldstadt live at Longacre Theatre in New York, New York. This excellent and extraordinary tale is made for today’s audiences and theater fans. It features the out of this world performances by an excellent cast who will carry you through this riveting evening. The show also features captivating music written and composed by some of the greatest songwriters and composers in the industry. It’s even a feast for the eyes and ears with incredible lighting, set, costume, and sound design by the greatest and most visionary minds in theater tech. There’s a reason why media outlets are calling Leopoldstadt at Longacre Theatre a highlight show of the spring. Some are even calling it a award's hopeful for best Broadway play of 2023! Tickets are still available but supplies are limited. But you can beat the rush and book the best seats in the house if you Click the buy tickets link below and can buy your tickets to see Leopoldstadt live at Longacre Theatre in New York, New York on Wednesday 22nd March 2023!
The show, Leopoldstadt, unfolds in Vienna's Jewish community in the first half of the 20th century. It chronicles the lives of a prosperous Jewish family that had escaped the pogroms in the East. It actually took Sir Tom Stoppard over a year to write it out, but much longer to come up with the idea, and as a matter of fact, Lloyd Evans, from the Spectator actually said, "it will go down in history as Tom Stoppard's Schindler's List". This show is very expressive, pulling in your heart sentiments and you will get the feels big time. This outright masterpiece has everything to make your evening something honestly very special indeed, and it is very likely Sir Stoppard's last one given his age and the amount of time it takes to create something of this magnitude. Here is what some of the observers have said about Leopoldstadt, "Brilliant and gorgeous. A masterpiece" – Deadline "This is a play that demands to be seen" – Daily Beast, and it "Ranks among Mr Stoppard's greatest works" – The Wall Street Journal. You have to purchase your tickets right here to find out how this story untwists.