Patriots

Previews Begin
April 1, 2024
Opening Night
April 22, 2024
Closing Date
June 23, 2024
Theatre
Ethel Barrymore Theatre
Group Min
10+ Tickets

About the Show

In 1991, after the fall of the Soviet Union, the new Russia belongs to its oligarchs—and no one is more powerful than billionaire Boris Berezovsky. When an eventual successor to President Boris Yeltsin is needed, Berezovsky turns to the little-known deputy mayor of St. Petersburg, Vladimir Putin. But soon Putin’s ruthless rise threatens Berezovsky’s reign, setting off a riveting, near-Shakespearean confrontation between the two powerful, fatally flawed men.

PATRIOTS is a startlingly timely story of ambition, loyalty, and betrayal in a brave new world from Peter Morgan, creator of Netflix’s “The Crown.” Don’t miss your chance to experience two-time Olivier Award winner Rupert Goold’s kinetic, exhilarating production in this strictly limited Broadway run.

About the Show

In 1991, after the fall of the Soviet Union, the new Russia belongs to its oligarchs—and no one is more powerful than billionaire Boris Berezovsky. When an eventual successor to President Boris Yeltsin is needed, Berezovsky turns to the little-known deputy mayor of St. Petersburg, Vladimir Putin. But soon Putin’s ruthless rise threatens Berezovsky’s reign, setting off a riveting, near-Shakespearean confrontation between the two powerful, fatally flawed men.

PATRIOTS is a startlingly timely story of ambition, loyalty, and betrayal in a brave new world from Peter Morgan, creator of Netflix’s “The Crown.” Don’t miss your chance to experience two-time Olivier Award winner Rupert Goold’s kinetic, exhilarating production in this strictly limited Broadway run.

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About the Theatre

Ethel Barrymore Theatre

243 W 47th St
New York, NY 10036

The Ethel Barrymore Theatre is the only theater left that was built for actors and performers affiliated with Lee and J.J. Shubert. It was created in honor of the tremendously popular actress Ethel Barrymore, who premiered in the production The Kingdom of God.

The theater was designed by Herbert J. Krapp with an exterior in the fashion of Roman public baths and a two-story terracotta grillwork screen.