Suburbia 1994

Opened: April 27, 1994
Closing: August 28, 1994

Suburbia - 1994 - Off-Broadway History , Info & More

Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre
150 West 65th St. at Broadway New York, NY 10023

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TREVOR: THE MUSICAL Is Now Available for Licensing
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Theatrical licensor Music Theatre International (MTI) has announced that TREVOR: THE MUSICAL Is Now Available for Licensing.

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No tricks, just treats. With over 500 titles to explore, Peacock has something to get everyone in the Halloween spirit. Please see below for new and recently added titles as well as a scary line-up of seasonal content. Check out what TV episodes, movies, documentaries, specials and more you can stream on Peacock this October!

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What productions of Suburbia have there been?
Suburbia has had 2 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 1994 and Off-Broadway which opened in 2006.
What awards has Suburbia been nominated for?
Suburbia has been nominated for several awards. It was nominated for Outstanding Play at the Drama Desk Awards, with Eric Bogosian being recognized for his work. The show also received a nomination for Direction at the Obie Awards, with Robert Falls being acknowledged for his direction. Overall, Suburbia has been recognized for its outstanding playwriting and direction by these prestigious award organizations.
What awards has Suburbia won?
Suburbia has won several awards, including the Outstanding Play (Drama Desk Awards) for Eric Bogosian and the Direction (Obie Awards) for Robert Falls. Additionally, Suburbia has also received the Outstanding Play (Drama Desk Awards) award for Eric Bogosian.