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The Thanksgiving Play

October 12–December 2 
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November 27–December 30 
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In Person Ticket Central Box Office | 416 West 42 Street | noon–8 PM daily

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Visit Season Package Holders to learn how to reserve/purchase your seats and purchase additional tickets for your guests.

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Live for Five Lottery

Win up to two $5 tickets to the first performance of every show through the Live for Five Lotteries. The Lottery opens the week before previews begin, and entrees will be accepted for 72 hours. Winners are selected in a raffle and have 24 hours to purchase their Live for Five tickets. For notifications when each lottery begins, sign up for our mailing list →

Rush Ticketing and Sold-out Performances

If a performance sells out, don’t lose hope! Seats may become available up until the performance; you can continue to check for available seats the week before the performance. If it’s the day of the performance and we are sold out, seats may still become available. Learn more about our Waiting List and Rush Ticketing Policy.


We strive to provide an enjoyable experience for all of our audience members. Both of our theaters are wheelchair accessible and assistive listening devices are available at all performances. We have closed caption and audio description services available for every production. More on Accessibility →

The Live for Five Lottery, Hot Tix, Group Sales, and Bring the Kids are just a few of Playwrights Horizons’ popular Arts Access initiatives. We are grateful to the following supporters of Arts Access at Playwrights Horizons: New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York City Council (Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Councilmember Corey Johnson), S&P Global, Theodore H. Barth Foundation, and Theatre Development Fund.