A New Play ByJ.T. Rogers
Directed ByBartlett Sher

Beaumont Theater / Seating Chart

2017 TONY AWARD WINNING BEST PLAY!

And WINNER of every other Best Play award this season, including: 

New York Drama Critics' Circle Award
Drama Desk Award
Outer Critics Circle Award
Drama League Award
Lucille Lortel Award
Obie Award

Running Time: 2 hours and 55 minutes, including one intermission. 

"Some works of art cry out for large canvases. OSLO is undeniably a big play, as expansive and ambitious as any in recent Broadway history, directed with a master's hand."

The New York Times, April 13, 2017

Peter Marks of The Washington Post calls OSLO “hands down the best new play of the season.”  Inspired by the true story of the back-channel talks, unlikely friendships and quiet heroics that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords between the Israelis and Palestinians, OSLO is a deeply personal story set against a complex historical canvas, a story about the individuals behind world history and their all too human ambitions.  OSLO is “thrilling, a colossus,” raves Ben Brantley of The New York Times.  At this cultural moment when finding common ground is paramount, “OSLO gives us hope” (Joe Dziemianowicz, Daily News).

 

How did the 1993 Middle East peace talks come to be held secretly in a castle in the middle of a forest outside Oslo?

For more information on the off-Broadway production of OSLO, which ran at the Newhouse June 16 through August 28, 2016, click here.

OSLO On the LCT Blog

Oslo (Newhouse) On the LCT Blog

  • Jennifer Ehle Talks OSLO

    Jennifer Ehle Talks OSLO

    “With a well-written character, you’re always finding new caverns, sink pits, trap doors. Mostly, there’s been the joy of being able to add beads to my performance.”

  • Suggestions for Reading

    Suggestions for Reading

    The Oslo peace accord has spawned not only J.T. Rogers’ marvelous play but a whole literature about what took place during those months in 1993.

  • Jefferson Mays: Elements of Style

    Jefferson Mays: Elements of Style

    There aren’t many actors who come to work wearing a pith helmet. Then again, there aren’t many actors like Jefferson Mays.