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News BroadwayHD to Live Stream Buried Child The current Off-Broadway revival of Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize-winning work will be made available online.
Taissa Farmiga in Buried Child Monique Carboni

The New Group's revival of Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Buried Child, which began performances February 2 at The Pershing Square Signature Center, will be made available for viewing on

The March 30 performance will be broadcast live; visit to reserve a live stream pass for $9.99. Buried Child will be free with all annual subscriptions to BroadwayHD’s on-demand library, available as a monthly subscription for $14.99 with unlimited access to all content, an annual subscription service for $169.99, or as a two-day rental for $7.99 per production.

Helmed by Scott Elliott, the Off-Broadway revival of Buried Child is set to close April 3. It features Mad Men star Rich Sommer, Broadway vet Larry Pine (Casa Valentina), Ed Harris (Apollo 13), House of Cards actor Paul Sparks, Nat Wolff (Paper Towns), Taissa Farmiga (American Horror Story) and Amy Madigan (Twice in a Lifetime.)

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See Ed Harris, Rich Sommer, Taissa Farmiga and Paul Sparks in New NYC Buried Child

Buried Child launched Shepard to international fame following its critically acclaimed debut in 1978, moving him beyond the Off-Broadway and regional worlds where he had been produced since the 1960's. Last seen on Broadway in 1996, Buried Child follows Vince, who returns to his idyllic childhood farm with his girlfriend, only to discover emotionally and physically crippled family members and a host of secrets. The Broadway revival was nominated for five Tony Awards, including Best Play.

Tickets to the live production of Buried Child are available online at, or through Ticket Central at (212) 279-4200. The show takes place at The Pershing Square Signature Center in The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre, located at 480 West 42nd Street, Manhattan.

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