The Inheritance - Part 2

The Inheritance - Part 2 Tickets

The Inheritance is a two-part play. Get tickets to Part 1 here

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Tickets at Barrymore Theatre


243 West 47th St, New York, NY 10036
New York, NY
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Barrymore Theatre

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About The Inheritance - Part 2 on Broadway


Barrymore Theatre
243 West 47th St, New York, NY 10036
New York, NY
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Sept. 27, 2019


Nov. 17, 2019


March 15, 2020

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The Winner of more Best New Play Awards than any other play in West End history— including the 2019 OLIVIER AWARD!

In contemporary Manhattan, Eric and Toby are 30-somethings who seem to be very much in love and thriving. But on the cusp of their engagement, they meet an older man haunted by the past, and a younger man hungry for a future. Chance meetings lead to surprising choices as the lives of three generations interlink and collide—with explosive results.

Brilliantly re-envisioning E.M. Forster’s masterpiece Howards End to 21st-century New York, The Inheritance asks how much we owe those who lived and loved before us, questions the role we must play for future generations, and dares us to fearlessly hold on to the wild ride called life.

Profoundly touching and wickedly hilarious, it’s the new play critics rave, “will make you laugh, then cry, then shake your head at its sheer, brilliant audacity.” (City AM)

Critics’ Reviews for The Inheritance - Part 2

"It must be seen! A thoughtful, moving and funny play that will not easily be forgotten. Such ravaging emotion that the audience literally staggers out."

Marilyn Stasio, Variety

"AUDACIOUS AND IMPRESSIVE! The depth of feeling is ravishing and the writing utterly gorgeous. Both wonderfully funny and exquisitely poignant, this sprawling work wrecked me."

David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

"A Broadway epic! Like binge-watching a Netflix series. A searching, expansive and very moving exploration of love, community, and memory."

Adam Feldman, Time Out