Venus in Fur Broadway

$30.00 - $130.00 (Premium seats start at $175)

Vanda (Arianda) is a preternaturally talented young actress determined to land the lead in Thomas’ (Dancy) new play based on the classic erotic novel, Venus in Fur. Her emotionally charged audition for the gifted but demanding playwright/director becomes an electrifying game of cat and mouse, blurring the lines between fantasy and reality, seduction and power, love and sex. This dazzling new play is written by theatrical mastermind David Ives, and directed by Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie.



Schedule

Lyceum Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
149 W. 45th St. Seating Chart
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by BroadwayWorld TV - June 11, 2012
Nina Arianda is this year's recipient of the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for VENUS IN FUR. The shellshocked star did her best to describe her elation in the winners room and below, we bring you highlights of our talk!
by Backstage With Richard Ridge - April 5, 2012
Welcome to BroadwayWorld's exclusive talk show, BACKSTAGE WITH RICHARD RIDGE. Follow Richard as he visits the theater's best and brightest in their dressing rooms, on their stages and favorite hang outs to talk about their lives, careers and all of the things you don't know, but want to know. in today's installment, Richard talks with Venus in Fur stars Nina Arianda and Hugh Dancy about the intricacies of servicing a play as intense as David Ives' Venus in Fur eight times a week, their career inspirations, and their shared dream role.
by BWW Staff - March 23, 2012
This week - it's all about VENUS IN FUR, the acclaimed new play by David Ives, directed by Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie starring Tony Award nominee Nina Arianda and Emmy Award nominee Hugh Dancy that began performances at its new home at the Lyceum Theatre in February!
by Stage Tube - March 19, 2012
Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway premiere of VENUS IN FUR, the new play by David Ives, directed by Walter Bobbie stars Tony Award nominee Nina Arianda and Emmy Award nominee Hugh Dancy. VENUS IN FUR star Hugh Dancy was just featured on 'CBS2 News Sunday,' and you can check out what he had to say about the show below!
by Stage Tube - February 21, 2012
VENUS IN FUR, the acclaimed new play by David Ives, directed by Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie starring Tony Award nominee Nina Arianda and Emmy Award nominee Hugh Dancy began performances at its new home at the Lyceum Theatre earlier this month. Star of the show, Hugh Dancy visited 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' last night as a part of Broadway Week, and you can check out his full interview below!
by Peter James Zielinski - February 8, 2012
VENUS IN FUR, the acclaimed new play by David Ives, directed by Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie starring Tony Award nominee Nina Arianda and Emmy Award nominee Hugh Dancy began performances at its new home at the Lyceum Theatre last night, February 7. BroadwayWorld was on hand for the celebratory evening and brings you curtain call overage below!
by Stage Tube - December 16, 2011
VENUS IN FUR is currently playing at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. The production will end its limited engagement at the Friedman on Sunday, December 18 and resume performances at the Lyceum Theatre on Tuesday, February 7. Tickets for the transfer of VENUS IN FUR went on sale yesterday and the production is a limited engagement through Sunday, June 17.
by BWW News Desk - December 15, 2011
Tickets are on sale now for the upcoming Lyceum Theatre engagement of VENUS IN FUR, the acclaimed new play by David Ives, directed by Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie starring Tony Award nominee Nina Arianda and Emmy Award nominee Hugh Dancy. Tickets can be purchased by calling Telecharge.com at 212-239-6200 or online at www.telecharge.com. The Lyceum Theatre box office (149 West 45th Street) will open Monday, January 23.
by Ben Peltz - November 13, 2011
The funny thing about the truth is that it can be totally subjective and personal stories rarely involve just one person.  So, in Jon Robin Baitz's darkly comic drama, Other Desert Cities, when a depression-plagued writer tries curing the block following the success of her freshman effort with a book describing her view of her celebrity family's past tragedy, the holiday conversation crackles like a Yule log.