Longacre Theatre | New York, New York
The events of Leopoldstadt occur in a Jewish neighborhood of early-20th-century Vienna. A rich Jewish family who escaped the Holocaust in Eastern Europe is the story line. It is almost unthinkable for most, but Sir Tom Stoppard gave up over a one year building it, and spent even more time developing the idea. This outright sensation features some of the best production techniques ever deployed on a set, a moving narrative, and everything else you could possibly want to make your evening truly something very special indeed. Fans will be lining up to get tickets, and they will sell out fast, but you can still obtain yours now from our limited supply. So be sure to move quickly to avoid frustration, or the alternative will be someone else will be sitting where you are supposed to be.
The narrative of Leopoldstadt takes place in an area of Vienna that had a big Jewish population at the beginning of the 20th century. As the story unravels we find a affluent Jewish family who escaped the troubles in Eastern Europe. Most people can't even fathom how much work was put into this show, Sir Tom Stoppard worked on it for over a year and spent even more than that coming up with the design of it. Critics have fallen in love with it it so much that Lloyd Evans of The Spectator said, "It will be remembered as Tom Stoppard's Schindler's List." Others have raved "Brilliant and beautiful, a masterpiece" by Deadline, "Ranks among Mr. Stoppard's best works," and "an inexpressibly moving, majestic play" by The Wall Street Journal. This drama has it all wrapped up into one fantastic piece that will move you to feel and think a lot of different things in one go. This pretty awe-inspiring success has everything you could want for a fun night out, and this production is very likely to be Sir Stoppard's last play given his advancing age and the sheer amount duration it takes to make one. You really don't want to miss out on this great piece of work, and tickets are limited. Be sure to order yours from our site, right now.