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‘Stereophonic’ will begin Broadway previews early

The production will mark playwright David Adjmi’s Broadway debut.

(L-R) Sarah Pidgeon, Juliana Canfield and Tom Pecinka in “Stereophonic” Off-Broadway, 2023 (Credit: Chelcie Parry)

The upcoming Broadway premiere of “Stereophonic” has changed the date of its initial preview. The David Adjmi play will now begin on April 2, one day earlier than originally announced. A transfer from a 2023 Off-Broadway run at Playwrights Horizons, the play will open on April 19 at the John Golden Theatre, for a limited run through July 7.

All seats for the April 2 preview will be $40.

“When I was a small boy, my mother took me to Broadway shows every other week,” said Adjmi in a statement. “She could afford to do this only because theater was so much less expensive back then. And those shows changed my life. In this spirit, we are excited to offer $40 preview tickets to ‘Stereophonic.’ I am thrilled to be able to share our show with as many theatergoers as possible.”

Directed by Daniel Aukin and featuring music by Will Butler, “Stereophonic” is set in a 1970s recording studio where a rock group records their sophomore album.

“Stereophonic” is being produced by Sue Wagner, John Johnson, Seaview, Sonia Friedman Productions, Linden Productions and Ashley Melone & Nick Mills.