Longacre Theatre | New York, New York
Sir Tom Stoppard's play, Leopoldstadt, will be live Longacre Theatre on Sunday 2nd April 2023 and it honestly is something amazingly brilliant The play is about a affluent Jewish family who escaped the tragedy in Eastern Europe. This drama is so completely moving that it will leave you barely able to choose between your competing feelings and cognitive thoughts. That is the sheer brilliance of Leopoldstadt. Unfortunately, due to limited seating at the venue, tickets are in very short supply, if you are quick you can be sure to snag yours today right now. So what are you waiting for?
Some of the greatest tales to be told have very heart-touching themes, and this is definitely the case for Leopoldstadt. It took Sir Tom Stoppard over a year to write it, and even longer than that to develop the concept. This was no easy task and some can't even imagine what it would take to do it. It has all the right additives for a fantastic evening, and you really don't want to miss out on this beautiful masterpiece. With such a powerful plot you find yourself torn between a wide range of conflicting feelings. It will most probably be his last one, given his advanced age and the length of time it takes to create something of this talent. The story of Leopoldstadt takes place in an area of Vienna that filled with a Jewish community at the beginning of the 20th century. As the story unwinds we find a well-to-do Jewish family who escaped the troubles in Eastern Europe. Find out what happens next by joining in with the rest of the audiences but you have to be fast as tickets will sell out very quickly. We do have a short supply available to purchase on this page, so be sure to buy yours now.