It's Only A Play Tickets

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Broadway veterans Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane are back in It's Only a Play. The two will be joined by an all-star cast in a celebration of theater. The meta-play — billed as a Broadway comedy about the comedy of Broadway — takes a playful jab at the world of "theatre." Find It's Only a Play tickets here on and go enjoy a night of theater!

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It's Only a Play

Run Time:2 hours and 35 minutes, including one intermission
Audience:Ages 13 and older
Advisory:May be inappropriate for children ages 12 and younger
Resources: Official Website

About It's Only a Play Tickets

Written by Terrence McNally and directed by Jack O'Brien, It's Only a Play marks the triumphant return of Broadway stars Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane, most famous for their debut in the hit show The Producers. The two will be joined onstage by F. Murray Abraham, Stockard Channing, Rupert Grint, and Megan Mullally, as well as newcomer Micah Stock.

It's Only a Play Plot Summary

As Peter Austin (Matthew Broderick) anxiously awaits the debut of his new play, he finds himself wondering if the show will be a hit. His career is on the line, after all. But Austin's big night wouldn't be complete without sharing it with a few folks — his best friend, who happens to be a TV star (Nathan Lane); his producer (Megan Mullaly); his director (Rubert Grint); a famed drama critic (F. Murray Abraham); a coat check attendant (Micah Stock); and the play's leading lady (Stockard Channing). Promising plenty of laughs, It's Only a Play is a celebration of all things theater.