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    A re-envisioning of E.M. Forster’s renowned work, Howards End, The Inheritance is set in modern New York. Winning Best Play at the Olivier and Critics Circle Awards, Matthew Lopez’s play has won critical acclaim from across the world! Do not miss this endearing tale on homosexuality as it follows the highs and lows of life!

    Why Watch The Inheritance Part 2

    Based on E.M. Forster’s 1910 classic, The Inheritance is an ambitious undertaking. Matthew Lopez’s grand vision of identifying homosexuality through art is successful and he ensures that the homage to Forster is explicit in the work. Lopez also focuses on America’s neglect of sufferers of HIV and AIDS during the 1980s and the 1990s. Part Two takes less inspiration from Forster's Howards End and delves deeper into the debate while exploring the social, economic and cultural forces that are in play.

    The title of the play becomes clear in this second part, which refers to the heritage that is passed down from one generation of gay men to the next. It can also be perceived as the HIV that is handed down. Inheritance in its most obvious form can also be seen, with homes and apartments being passed down. Lopez attempts to build the new community with the backdrop of the persecution and death faced by the homosexual community still fresh on everyone’s mind.

    Stephen Daldry, a 2-time Tony Award and 3-time Olivier Award winner takes charge of the direction. His crisp production features just 13 bare-footed characters and is mostly set in an apartment. The raised platform, although minimal, is perfect for the setting, and connects with the audience better. The Inheritance Part 2 is a satisfying conclusion to the journey of self-discovery of the lead characters, in addition to highlighting the plight of the homosexual community of the past and the present.

    The Story

    Two couples, Leo and Toby, and Eric and Henry, are in loving relationships. Soon, however, they begin to be weighed down by their previous lives. Eric, who was initially full of optimism and energy finds himself in growing despair with no purpose. He is abandoned by his friends, and his relationship with Henry becomes rocky. The connection that they share slowly disintegrates and the relationship begins to fall apart. Soon, the men must decide if they are willing to face an end or are ready to start anew.

    Good For

    Lovers of Social Dramas | Fans of Matthew Lopez

    Cancellation policy

    These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

    Ratings & Reviews

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    SALVATORE MALLEO

    Salvatore

    5/5

    Mar, 2020

    David Dunn Bauer

    David

    5/5

    Jan, 2020

    Everything worked as planned.
    Mark Owens

    Mark

    5/5

    Dec, 2019

    Ease of use

    Show Details

    Show Timings

    Available dates 7 or 7:30 PM

    Duration
    3 hours and 20 minutes, with 1 intermission

    Cast
    Jordan Barbour
    Jonathan Burke
    Andrew Burnap
    Darryl Gene Daughtry Jr.

    Director
    Stephen Daldry

    Important Information
    Photo and video recording are not allowed during the show.
    The production contains strong language and nudity.

    Additional Information

    Audience
    Suitable for ages 16 and up. No entry for children below age 4.

    Available Facilities
    Wheelchair Accessible
    In-house Bar
    Coat Check

    Seating
    The Barrymore Theatre has a seating capacity of 1058. You can find the seating plan here.

    Outside Food
    Strictly prohibited. If you'd like to grab a meal before or after the show, check out our guide to the 30 Best Restaurants in the Theater District.

    Dress Code
    Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.

    Your e-tickets can be exchanged for physical tickets with our uniformed Headout hosts outside the theater.

    Theatre Address

    Barrymore Theatre, 243 West 47th Street, Between Broadway and 8th Avenue, New York NY 10036, USA

    Getting There

    By Subway

    • Get off at 49 Street Subway Station using lines N, Q, R, or W. The destination is just a 5-minute walk from here.

    By Bus

    • Get off at 7 Av/ W 47 St using buses M104. The theatre is a 5-minute walk from here.
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