Grand Horizons on Broadway: Show Is Now Closed

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Grand Horizons Summary

  • Show Status: Closed
  • Genre: Play
  • Grand Horizons is 2 Hours and 20 Minutes long, including an intermission of 15 Minutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Began: December 23, 2019
  • Show Opened : January 23, 2020
  • Show Closed: March 1, 2020

After fifty years of marriage, a loving couple head towards calling it quits after moving into their new home at the retirement community of Grand Horizons

Grand Horizons on Broadway Background

Grand Horizons debuts on Broadway following its premiere at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in July, 2019. The show was written by playwright Bess Wohl and directed by Leigh Silverman. Wohl made her Broadway debut with this production, but she has years of theatrical experience going back to her early years. Wohl studied and earned degrees in English and Acting from prestigious universities, Harvard and Yale. Silverman also has years of theatrical experience, but unlike Wohl has worked on a Broadway production once before. Silverman was the director for the 2014 Broadway production, Violet and she was nominated for the Tony Award for “Best Direction of a Musical” for her contributions.

What's Grand Horizons Like?

After fifty years of marriage main characters Bill and Nancy Stevens begin to settle into a comfortable new home and life, living in their new home at the Grand Horizons Retirement Community. Nancy suddenly decides she wants out of her marriage and all hell breaks loose. The unbelievable news about Bill and Nancy come as a shock to everyone they know including and especially their two adult sons who would never have expected their parents to be unhappy in their marriage. Bill and Nancy's sons began to second guess everything they thought they knew about their parents and the happy marriage they believed they had. The show is loosely based on the real life Grand Horizons community and residential facility in Appleton, WI and the crazy interactions that the residents and their families have with each other.

Is Grand Horizons Good for Kids?

The show is recommended for children ages 13 and older due to the harsh portrayal of family and marriage issues.

Theatre Information

Helen Hayes Theatre

240 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 597
Entrance: 44th street between 7th and 8th avenue
Theatre Information

Helen Hayes Theatre Seating Chart

Grand Horizons Marquee

Grand Horizons Marquee

Cast Members

Nancy Stevens
Jane Alexander
Bill Stevens
James Cromwell
Priscilla Lopez
Maulik Pancholy
Ashley Park
Ben McKenzie
Michael Urie


Second Stage Theatre

Production Credits

General Manager
Sara Danielson
Company Manager
Lee Poulin
Casting Director
Telsey + Company
Press Agent
Polk & Co
Production Stage Manager
Melanie Lisby

Creative Team

Bess Wohl
Leigh Silverman
Settings & Costumes
Clint Ramos
Jen Schriever
Palmer Hefferan