Skip Navigation
Manhattan Theatre Club on Facebook Manhattan Theatre Club on Twitter Manhattan Theatre Club on YouTube Manhattan Theatre Club on Instagram Join Our Mailing List Manhattan Theatre Club Social Buzz Manhattan Theatre Club Calendar

Office hours are Mon-Fri 12pm-6pm EST

(212) 399-3030

[email protected]

Read our FAQ page.

2006-07 Season

Losing Louie more info

Losing Louie

The American Pilot more info

The American Pilot

Regrets Only more info

Regrets Only

Translations more info


Our Leading Lady more info

Our Leading Lady

Blackbird more info


LoveMusik more info


“Never more so than now, MTC is making beautiful theatre, producing the hottest plays in town.”

—The New York Observer

Losing Louie

Final performance was November 26th, 2006

By Simon Mendes da Costa
Directed Jerry Zaks
with Matthew Arkin, Scott Cohen, Rebecca Creskoff, Patricia Kalember, Mark Linn-Baker, Michele Pawk, Jama Williamson

Playwright Simon Mendes da Costa explores the effects of childhood and the impact of another generation’s mistakes as two generations of family members work things out in the same bedroom, 50 years apart.

The American Pilot

Final performance was December 31st, 2006

By David Greig
Directed by Lynne Meadow

with Geoffrey Arend, Anjali Bhimani, Brian Bielawski, Yusef Bulos, Josh Casaubon, Ron Domingo, Aaron Staton, Rita Wolf, Waleed F. Zuaiter

In a rural village in a war-torn country, an American pilot crash-lands. Should the villagers in the region help him, murder him or use him as a pawn in a dangerous game with the enemy? This powerful, topical and very human new play just earned raves at London’s Royal Shakespeare Company. This new production will mark its eagerly anticipated American premiere.

Regrets Only

Final performance was January 28th, 2007

by Paul Rudnick
Directed by Christopher Ashley

with Christine Baranski, Diane Davis, George Grizzard, Jackie Hoffman, Siân Phillips, David Rasche

World Premiere at New York City Center Stage I

From the pen of the inspired Paul Rudnick comes a delicious world premiere comedy of Manhattan manners, exploring the very latest topics in marriage and friendship. The setting: A Park Avenue penthouse. The players: a powerhouse attorney, his deliriously social wife and their closest friend, one of the world’s most staggeringly successful fashion designers. Add a daughter’s engagement, some major gowns, the President of the United States and stir. The wedding gift arrives courtesy of the Obie-winning author of such plays as Jeffrey, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told and I Hate Hamlet, and movies like Addams Family Values and In & Out.


Final performance was March 11th, 2007

By Brian Friel
Directed by Garry Hynes
with Niall Buggy, Dermot Crowley, David Costabile, Alan Cox, Michael FitzGerald, Morgan Hallett, Geraldine Hughes, Susan Lynch

In 19th-century rural Ireland, a young British officer leads an expedition to survey the landscape and convert the Irish names of age-old landmarks to the King’s English. His struggle to communicate with the Gaelic-speaking villagers reveals a culture far richer, and a people far more dedicated to defending their identity, than he expected.

Our Leading Lady

Final performance was April 29th, 2007

By Charles Busch
Directed by Lynne Meadow

with Reed Birney,  Barbara Byrne, Maxwell Caulfield, Ann Duquesnay, J.R. Horne, Amy Rutberg, Kate Mulgrew, Kristine Nielsen, Billy Wheelan

Our Leading Lady is a truly original play about the theatre. Laura Keene, a nineteenth-century American stage luminary, prepares to perform at Ford’s Theatre on the fateful night when Abraham Lincoln is in the audience.


Final performance was June 10th, 2007

by David Harrower
Directed by Joe Mantello

with Jeff Daniels and Alison Pill

This powerful, volatile piece begins when Una shows up unexpectedly at the office of Ray, forcing him to come to terms with the effects of their relationship. Una pulls Ray into an encounter that is gripping, surprising and utterly unforgettable.


Final performance was June 24th, 2007

Book by Alfred Uhry
Music and Lyrics by Kurt Weill
Directed by Harold Prince

with Michael Cerveris, Donna Murphy, David Pittu, John Scherer, Judy Blazer, Herndon Lackey

The complicated partnership of composer Kurt Weill and his wife and muse, Lotte Lenya, is examined with the aid of Weill’s songs.

LoveMusik Trailer video thumbnail

LoveMusik Trailer

Click To Play
View on YouTube