Read Reviews for Mike Birbiglia: The New One on Broadway

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The show plays a limited engagement at the Cort Theatre, officially opening November 11.
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Following an acclaimed, sold-out, and extended Off-Broadway run earlier this summer, comedian Mike Birbiglia’s The New One officially opens on Broadway November 11 at the Cort Theatre. The show is playing a limited engagement through January 20, 2019.

Look Through the Broadway Opening Night Playbill for Mike Birbiglia: The New One

Mike Birbiglia: The New One features additional writing by Jennifer Hope Stein and is directed by Seth Barrish. Birbiglia has remained deliberately secretive about the details of the show, explaining that The New One should be discovered in the theatre.

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The set design is by Broadway by Beowulf Boritt (Bernhardt/Hamlet, Come From Away), with lighting design by Aaron Copp (Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center), and sound design by Leon Rothenberg (The Waverly Gallery).

Mike Birbiglia’s The New One is produced on Broadway by Kevin McCollum, Iris Smith, Triptyk Studios, Chris and Crystal Sacca, Sing Out, Louise! Productions, JAM Theatricals, Ashley DeSimone, Jamie deRoy, Caroline Hirsch and Lucas McMahon. Ira Glass is Executive Producer and Joe Birbiglia is Associate Producer.

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