I Need That at the American Airlines Theatre
American Airlines Theatre, West 42nd Street, New Yor...
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📍 American Airlines Theatre: 227 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10036
Multiple Seating Sections Available
About The Event
Danny DeVito is back on Broadway! See the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning screen star in I Need That, a new comedy by Pulitzer Prize finalist Theresa Rebeck.
They say "one man's trash is another man's treasure," but what if a man's trash is his treasure? Such is the case for Sam (DeVito), a hoarder who never leaves his house, opting for the comforts of all his stuff. But when he's threatened with eviction if he doesn't declutter his property, he must finally draw a line between the two. The acclaimed playwright and director of 2018's Bernhardt/Hamlet reunite at Roundabout Theatre Company for this heartfelt comedy.
More About the Show
Danny DeVito first revealed his involvement in I Need That in 2022, when he and his daughter Lucy participated in a reading at the Dorset Theater Festival in Vermont.
DeVito is best known for playing Louie De Palma in the sitcom Taxi, earning Emmy and Golden Globe Awards. His other best-known credits, on and behind the screen, include It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (as Frank Reynolds), Hercules (as the voice of Philoctetes) and Matilda (as Harry Wormwood, director, and producer). His Hollywood career has steadily continued since 1970, and he earned a Tony Award nomination for his 2017 Broadway debut in The Price.
That play was an Arthur Miller revival. Now, DeVito works with a contemporary playwright: Theresa Rebeck. She has had four previous plays on Broadway — Bernhardt/Hamlet, Mauritius, Dead Accounts, and Seminar — and has written more than 40 that have appeared off-Broadway, nationally, and internationally. She's a Pulitzer Prize finalist for her play Omnium Gatherum, which she co-wrote with Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros.
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What to consider
What are the general theatre policies?
Photography and recording devices of any kind inside the theatre are strictly prohibited by law. Please turn off all electronic devices when entering the American Airlines Theatre℠.
Patrons must be 13+ to attend.
Is the theatre wheelchair accessible?
Accessible restrooms are located on the lobby level (Level 1) and in the Penthouse Lobby (Level 5)
All levels in the theatre are accessible, elevators bring you to the front and rear mezzanine
Six transfer seats located in the orchestra (B 101 and 114, G 2 and 1, K101 and 116), and 2 in the mezzanine (F 101, 123)
Six wheelchair-accessible seats are located in the orchestra (P 101 thru 106), Five wheelchair accessible seats located in the mezzanine (F 224, 125, 126, 130, 131)
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