Groundhog Day

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The August Wilson Theatre was built in 1925 by the Theatre Guild to house its own productions under the name Guild Theatre. It was extensively renovated in the 1950s and renamed The ANTA. In 1981 it was renamed The Virginia in honor of Virginia M. Biger, who co-owned Jujamcyn Theaters.

In 2005 it took its current name after the playwright August Wilson. It was the first time that a Broadway theater had been named after an African-American.


245 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
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About Groundhog Day on Broadway


August Wilson Theatre
245 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
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2 hours and 45 minutes (with 1 intermission)


Ages 12+


March 16, 2017


April 17, 2017


Sept. 17, 2017

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Story for Groundhog Day


2017 Olivier Award

Karma can be a funny thing. So when a big-city weatherman gets stuck in small-town America, laughter is in the forecast. With his unique look on life, Phil Connors is always ready with a one-liner or clever quip about the all-too cheery people of Punxsutawney. But one extraordinary day is about to show Phil that maybe the joke is really on him. Andy Karl stars in the role that won him the 2017 Olivier Award for Best Actor in the new Broadway musical that Entertainment Weekly calls, “a wonderfully inventive show, with dazzling energy, creativity, wit, and heart.”

Critics’ Reviews for Groundhog Day

"A star is born (and born and born). Andy Karl is outrageously inventive!"

The New York Times

"A Miracle on Broadway!"

The New York Post

"So much fun it should be illegal!"

The Times Of London