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The Parisian Woman
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The Parisian Woman

Nov 05, 2017 - Mar 11, 2018
Running time: 1:30
Hudson Theatre
141 West 44th Street
New York City, NY 10036
By Bus: QM15, QM16, QM17 and QM18 – drops off at 44th Street & 6th Avenue
By Subway: Nearly all trains stop within 2 blocks of the theatre (FMBD on 6th Ave & 42nd Street and 1/2/3/N/R/Q/W/7/S at Broadway & 42nd Street)
Show Description:


Pam MacKinnon

Written By

Beau Willimon

Listed at TKTS:
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$69.50 - $260.00
prices subject to change
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Age Guidance: 16
Show Notes
No Intermission


Wheelchair seating is located in the Orchestra only. For assistance, please call (646) 975-4626.
Seating is accessible to all parts of the Orchestra without steps. There are several small sets of stairs to get to the Dress Circle. There is 3 flights of stairs to the Balcony. Hand rails are available at every stepped seat row
There is an elevator that takes you from the main entrance to the Dress Circle level. The elevator does not go to the Balcony level (several banks of steps are required to reach the Balcony).
Valet parking garage directly across from the theatre
Curb Ramps
Available in front of the venue.
The main entrance is ADA Accessible.
Box Office
ADA Accessible ramp from sidewalk into Box Office; ADA Accessible window.
There are ADA Accessible restrooms on the Orchestra and Dress Circle levels. There are a total of 27 toilets in the venue.
Water Fountain
A water fountain is available in the Dress Circle and the Balcony.
There is complimentary public Wifi throughout the theatre.
Assisted Listening System
Reservations are not necessary. Devices may be picked up in the Box Office lobby. Drivers license or ID with printed address required as a deposit.
Visual Assistance
For assistance with ADA seating, please call (646) 975-4626.
Folding Armrests
For assistance with ADA seating, please call (646) 975-4626.


An uber-modern update to Henry Becque’s 1885 play La Parisienne, The Parisian Woman was originally written in 2013; after the 2016 election, Willimon felt the need to rejigger the script to make it better reflect the times. He made what he’s called “substantial revisions”. But since this is a play that centralizes character and milieu more than it does story, its themes might have been better emphasized were they not suffused with Trump and his aura. After all, DC has always been a minefield of questionable morals and ulterior motives. Read More of the Guardian Review
How will Chloe reach her goal? That’s burning question the play posits as Pam McKinnon’s assured, well-acted and handsomely designed staging unfolds. Sex. What else? It’s a currency all its own. Read More of the New York Daily News Review


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