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Broadhurst Theater

235 West 44th Street

Two hours and 45 minutes, including one intermission

April 19th, 2009 (Limited engagement - August 16th, 2009)

Broadway Play (Drama)

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The Broadway revival of Mary Stuart opened on April 16, 2009 at the Broadhurst Theatre. The play was written by Friedrich Schiller in 1800 and portrays the incredible relationship between England’s Elizabeth I and her cousin/rival Mary Queen of Scots. This exciting drama brings conspiracy, intrigue, betrayal and backstabbing to a new level and makes for an interesting evening at the theater.

This riveting tale centers on the volatile relationship between Elizabeth I and her cousin Mary, her rival to the throne. The play is said to build to one of the most dramatic confrontations in all of world theatre in which Schiller imagines a meeting between the two monarchs on the grounds of Fotheringay castle. The climatic scene will certainly have you on the edge of your seat. This new production that has been created for the modern day stage is both electrifying and dazzling and has all the makings of a memorable and award worthy attempt.

The successful West End production starred Tony Award winner Janet McTeer and Harriet Walter both of whom are making the Broadway transfer. Both of these very talented actresses have earned much praise by audiences and critics alike and are definitely worth the trip to the theater. McTeer won a Tony and a Drama Desk Award for her 1997 role in A Doll’s House. Her London credits include Uncle Vanya, A Midsummer’s Night Dream and The Storm. Walter has had an extensive London stage career including roles in Much Ado About Nothing, Cymbeline and Hamlet. She made her Broadway debut in the 1983 production of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s All’s Well that Ends Well. Mary Stuart was first seen on Broadway in 1900 and was later revived at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre in 1971. In 2005 the show opened to critical acclaim in London enjoying a sold-out run for several months.

This enthralling show will leave you wanting more. It is a mesmerizing and enchanting story of what one will do to achieve power and prestige at any cost. See how these two women come to terms with their own destinies. The production runs two hours and forty-five minutes with one intermission and is currently an open ended production. Get your Mary Stuart Broadway tickets today to experience two very stellar actresses in an engrossing period piece.

Mary Stuart Broadway Tickets Information

Mary Stuart Broadway tickets are selling for between $64.00 and $99.00 at the box office. Premium seating and sold out performances are running between $84.00 and $383.00. To view a great online selection of Mary Stuart Broadway Tickets click the link.

Show Times

Wed & Sat 2pm
Sun 3pm

Tue through Sat 8pm


Take the N,Q,R,W or 1,2,3,9 to 42nd Street, walk North on Broadway to 44th Street and walk West on 44th Street to the theatre.

Take the A,C,E to 42nd Street, walk North on Eighth Avenue to 44th Street and walk East on 44th Street to the theatre.


Janet McTeer - Mary Stuart
Harriet Walter - Elizabeth
Jacqueline Antrarmian - u/s Mary, Hannah Kennedy
Brian Murray - Earl of Shrewsbury
Michael Countryman - Sir Amias Paulet
John Benjamin Hickey - Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
Michael Rudko - Count Aubespine
Robert Stanton as William Davison
Maria Tucci - Hanna Kennedy
Chandler Williams - Mortimer
Nicholas Woodeson - William Cecil, Lord Burleigh
Adam Greer - O'Keilly
Tony Carlin - Courtier
Guy Paul - Courtier


Direction - Phyllida Lloyd
Set and Costume Design - Anthony Ward
Lighting Design - Hugh Vanstone
Sound Design - Paul Arditti
Written by- Friedrich von Schiller
Modern translation - Peter Oswald

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