Discount Broadway Tickets For An Enemy Of The People: Future Show

An Enemy Of The People Summary

  • Show Status: Future
  • Genre: Play
  • An Enemy Of The People is 2 hours and 10 minutes long, including an intermission of 15 minutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Begin: March 14, 2024
  • Show Opens: April 3, 2024
  • Show Closes: July 1, 2024

A play written by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen that was first published in 1882 and has since become one of Ibsen's most renowned works.

The play explores themes of truth, morality, and the conflict between the individual and society.

An Enemy Of The People on Broadway Background

The play has been staged on Broadway 10 times productions on Broadway throughout the years. The most recent Broadway production of "An Enemy of the People" took place in 2012.

The 2012 production was directed by Doug Hughes and starred Boyd Gaines and Richard Thomas. The 2012 version ran at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre as part of the Manhattan Theatre Club's season.

Amy Herzog No Stranger To Ibsen's Work

This production will feature a script rewritten by the playwright Amy Herzog. Her revised version of Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” also played on Broadway in 2023 with Jessica Chastain in the starring role.

The play is scheduled to run for 16 weeks in early 2024

What’s An Enemy Of The People Like?

The show plot revolves around Dr. Thomas Stockmann, a dedicated and idealistic scientist who discovers that the public baths in his town are contaminated. He believes that the baths pose a serious health risk to the community and insists on making his findings public.

Initially, Stockmann expects to be hailed as a hero for bringing this crucial information to light and protecting the health of the townspeople. However, as Stockmann pushes forward with his revelations, he faces opposition and resistance from various factions in the community.

Is An Enemy Of The People Good for Kids?

The show is generally considered a play for mature audiences. The themes and subject matter of the play, including political and moral conflicts, may be complex and not necessarily appropriate for young children.

It's recommended to review the specific production's content advisory or age recommendations before considering taking children to see the play. The show is appropriate for persons over the age of 16.

It's always a good idea to consider the maturity level and interests of the children involved, as well as any specific guidelines or recommendations provided by the theatre.

Theatre Information

Samuel J Friedman Theatre

261 West 47th Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 650
Entrance: 47th Street between 8th Avenue and Broadway
Theatre Information

Samuel J Friedman Theatre Seating Chart

Cast Members

Dr. Thomas Stockmann
Jeremy Strong



Greg Nobile

Jana Shea

Patrick Catullo

Production Credits

Sam Gold

Creative Team

Amy Herzog
Original Playwright
Henrik Ibsen