Plaza Suite is a portrait of three couples (each played by Broderick and Parker) successively occupying a suite at the Plaza Hotel. The original production, featuring Tony-winning direction by Mike Nichols, played 1,097 performances at Broadway's Plymouth Theatre (now the Schoenfeld).
Broderick is a longtime interpreter of Neil Simon's works, winning his first Tony Award for Brighton Beach Memoirs, appearing in the sequel Biloxi Blues and years later leading a revival of The Odd Couple. His other credits include a Tony-winning turn in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and a Tony-nominated performance in The Producers.
Parker returns to Broadway after more than two decades, following a 1996 turn in Once Upon a Mattress. Her other Broadway credits include The Innocents, Annie, The Heidi Chronicles and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying alongside Broderick. She is an Emmy winner for Sex and the City.