NEW BLOCK OF TICKETS ON SALE
Best available performances Jan 28 - Feb 9
Jan 28 – Feb 9, with all evening performances at 7pm, except Feb 6 at 8pm.
World premiere play by Amanda Peet
Directed by Lynne Meadow
with Blythe Danner, Zoe Levin, Ali Marsh, Sarah Jessica Parker, Michael Stahl-David and Nilaja Sun
Some performances of THE COMMONS OF PENSACOLA are currently SOLD OUT. Best available performances Jan 28 - Feb 9.
In addition, last-minute cancellation tickets may become available on the day of the performance, as follows:
- Online beginning at 1pm (please check back often as ticket may be released throughout the day).
- At the Box Office window, on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning at 5pm.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Blythe Danner star in the world premiere of Amanda Peet’s play The Commons of Pensacola. MTC's award-winning Artistic Director Lynne Meadow directs the production, Ms. Peet’s playwriting debut. Judith (Blythe Danner) has been divested of her assets and forced to leave her luxurious New York life after her husband’s Wall Street scam became headline news. When her daughter Becca (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Becca’s filmmaker boyfriend pay Judith a visit to the one bedroom condo Judith now occupies in Pensacola, Florida, everyone’s motives are called into question. How will past and present circumstances inform how this family moves into the future?
The Commons of Pensacola is an incisive and funny new play about trying to love your family even when you hate what they’ve done. The production reunites two-time Emmy and four-time Golden Globe winner Parker (“Sex and the City,” Wonder of the World) and Tony and two-time Emmy winner Danner (Nice Work If You Can Get It, Meet the Parents). Parker and Danner first appeared together in MTC’s Sylvia by A.R. Gurney in 1995.
Lead support for The Commons of Pensacola is provided by MTC’s Producing Fund Partner ANDREW MARTIN-WEBER. Special thanks to The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust for supporting Manhattan Theatre Club. Additional support for The Commons of Pensacola is provided by The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation.
For more information visit ManhattanTheatreClub.com
Since 1984, Manhattan Theatre Club has produced at its Off-Broadway home at New York City Center Stages I and II. Previous productions include The Whipping Man, Humor Abuse, Blackbird, The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, The Wild Party, A Class Act and the Pulitzer Prize–winning plays Ruined, Doubt and Proof. Last year, they launched The Studio at Stage II, the Harold and Mimi Steinberg New Play Series, as a place where bold, new work meets bold, new audiences.