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Now Playing On Broadway As Of Feb 4, 2023
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Kimberly Akimbo Booth Theatre Comedy
Between Riverside and Crazy
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Helen Hayes Theatre Dark Comedy
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts I and II Lyric Theatre Drama $400 $300
A Christmas Carol11.21.22
Nederland Theatre Holiday
Music Man, The1.15.23
Winter Garden Theatre Mucial $1000 $500
Take Me Out Helen Hayes Theare Musical $250 $225
Hadestown Walter Kerr Theatre Musical $400 $300
KPOP Circle in the Square Theatre Musical
1776
American Airlines Theatre Musical
MJ The Musical Neil Simon Theatre Musical $350 $300
Moulin Rouge! The Musical! Al Hirschfield Theatre Musical $350 $300
SIX: The Musical Brooks Atkinson Musical $750 $500
Chicago Ambassador Theatre Musical $300 $250
Aladdin New Amsterdam Theatre Musical $350 $250
Camelot
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Vivian Beaumont Theatre Musical
Beetlejuice1.8.23
Marquis Theatre Musical $350 $250
Dancin'1.8.23
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Music Box Theatre Musical
&Juliet Stephen Sondheim Theatre Musical
Wicked Gershwin Theatre
222 W. 51st St.
Musical $350 $250
Phantom of the Opera, TheOSES
Majestic Theatre 247 W. 44th St. Musical $300 $250
Lion King, The Minskoff Theatre 200 West 45th Street Musical $300 $250
A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical
Broadhurst Theatre Musical
Sweeney Todd
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Lunt-Fontaine Theatre Musical
Some Like It Hot12.11.22
Sam S. Shubert Theatre Musical
Book of Mormon, The Eugene O'Neill Theatre Musical $500 $400
Almost Famous Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre Musical
Bad Cinderella12.11.22
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Imperial Theatre Musical
Hamilton Richard Rodgers Theatre 226 West 46th Street Musical $1500 $300
New York, New York12.11.22
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St. James Theatre Musican
Funny Girl August Wilson Theatre Musican
Summer, 197612.11.22
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Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Play
Ain't No Mo' Belasco Theatre Play
Death of a Salesman Hudson Theater Play
Topdog/Underdog John Golden Theatre Play
Good Night, Oscar12.11.22
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Belasco Theatre Play
Ohio State Murders12.8.22
James Earl Jones Theatre Play
The Thanksgiving Play12.8.22
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Helen Hayes Theare Play
Back To The Future12.8.22
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Winter Garden Theatre Play
Jaja's African Hair Braiding12.8.22
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Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Play
Life of Pi12.8.22
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Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre Play
The Collaboration12.8.22
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Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Play
Pictures From Home12.8.22
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Studio 54 Play
The Piano Lesson Ethel Barrymore Theatre Play
Leopoldstadt Longacre Theatre Play
Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man & the Pool1.15.23
Vivian Beaumont Theatre Solo
Show Synopses
&Juliet : The Olivier Award-winning original musical & Juliet will have its highly anticipated Broadway premiere this fall. With a book by David West Read, the Emmy Award-winning writer from “Schitt’s Creek,” music from legendary five-time Grammy Award-winning songwriter/producer Max Martin, direction by Luke Sheppard and choreography by Emmy Award-winner Jennifer Weber, & Juliet uses some of the most beloved pop songs of the last three decades to tell a multi-generational story of self-discovery, empowerment and love. Back to top
1776 : A glorious multiracial cast of female, transgender, and nonbinary actors portrays the fiery founders of this country, putting history in the hands of the humans who were left out the first time around—and the result is an epic show of passion, debate, and roof-raising musical fireworks. Back to top
A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical : With his first break into songwriting in the 1960s and his meteoric rise in the 1970s, and plenty of crushing disappointments and heart-stopping triumphs along the way, Neil Diamond has maintained an almost unthinkable level of superstardom for five straight decades. How did a poor Jewish kid from Brooklyn become one of the most universally adored showmen of all time? There’s only one way to tell it: a musical set to his era-defining smash hits that entranced the world. Back to top
A Christmas Carol : The timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge comes to thrilling new life as Tony Award® winner Jefferson Mays plays over 50 roles in a virtuosic, master class of a performance that must be seen to be believed. Back to top
Ain't No Mo' : Ain't No Mo' is a vibrant satirical odyssey portraying the great exodus of black Americans out of a country plagued with injustice. In a kaleidoscope of scenes of the moments before, during, and after this outrageous departure, Jordan E. Cooper’s masterful new work explores the value of black lives in a country hurtling away from the promise of a black president. Back to top
Aladdin : Based on the much loved animated film, Aladdin tells the story of a street-smart commoner whose entire life changes with one rub of a magic lamp. Back to top
Almost Famous : The year is 1973 and it’s all happening. Led Zeppelin is king, Richard Nixon is President, and idealistic 15-year-old William Miller is an aspiring music journalist. When Rolling Stone magazine hires him to go on the road with an up-and-coming band, William is thrust into the rock-and-roll circus, where his love of music, his longing for friendship, and his integrity as a writer collide. Almost Famous is about a young man finding his place in the world and the indelible characters he meets along the way. Back to top
Back To The Future : Marty McFly is a rock ‘n’ roll teenager who is accidentally transported back to 1955 in a time-travelling DeLorean invented by his friend, Dr. Emmett Brown. But before he can return to 1985, Marty must make sure his high school-aged parents fall in love in order to save his own existence.  Back to top
Bad Cinderella : In the exceptionally beautiful kingdom of Belleville, the fields are idyllic, the prince is charming, and the townsfolk are ravishing. Only one stubborn peasant stands in the way of absolute perfection: Cinderella. To the flawless residents and royals of Belleville, this damsel IS the distress. Back to top
Beetlejuice : Lydia Deetz is a strange and unusual teenager who is obsessed with the whole “being dead thing.” Lucky for Lydia, her new house is haunted by a recently deceased couple and a degenerate demon who happens to have a thing for stripes. When Lydia calls on this ghost-with-the-most to scare away her insufferable parents, Beetlejuice comes up with the perfect plan, which involves exorcism, arranged marriages and an adorable girl scout who gets scared out of her wits.  Back to top
Between Riverside and Crazy : City Hall is demanding more than his signature, the landlord wants him out, the liquor store is closed — and the Church won’t leave him alone. For ex-cop and recent widower Walter “Pops” Washington and his recently paroled son Junior, the struggle to hold on to one of the last great rent stabilized apartments on Riverside Drive collides with old wounds, sketchy new houseguests, and a final ultimatum in this Pulitzer Prize-winning dark comedy from Stephen Adly Guirgis. For Pops and Junior, it seems the old days are dead and gone — after a lifetime living Between Riverside and Crazy. Back to top
Book of Mormon, The : Two young Mormons embark on a mission to spread the gospel in Uganda.  Back to top
Camelot : Based on “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White, Camelot, Lerner and Loewe’s 1960 follow up to My Fair Lady, is a story about the quest for democracy, striving for justice, and the tragic struggle between passion and aspiration, between lovers and kingdoms. This epic and timely tale features the iconic characters King Arthur, Queen Guenevere, and Sir Lancelot as well as the beloved original score with lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe which includes “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “What Do the Simple Folk Do?” and the title song “Camelot.” Back to top
Chicago : A flashy, energetic musical involving a sensational murder trial that is acted out in vaudeville style.  Back to top
Dancin' : Bob Fosse’s Dancin’ is Fosse’s full-throated, full-bodied celebration of the art form he loved, practiced, and changed forever. Dancin’ brims with Fosse’s warmth, emotion, color, and endlessly influential style rarely seen in modern interpretations of his work. Featuring an eclectic score that spans a multitude of musical genres and an extraordinary cast of Broadway’s most accomplished dancers, Dancin’ delivers the quintessential Broadway experience for Fosse fans and first-timers alike. Back to top
Death of a Salesman : One man and his family are caught up in the pressures and delusions of living the American Dream. Miller's play is the story of a traveling salesman whose illusions of picture-perfect business and family life cave in on him. Back to top
Funny Girl : Jule Styne, Bob Merrill and Isobel Lennart musicalize the life of Fanny Brice, who rose from the ranks of Brooklyn vaudeville to headline the Ziegfeld Follies, but found unhappiness in her marriage to gambler Nick Arnstein.  Back to top
Good Night, Oscar : Sean Hayes will return to Broadway this spring starring in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Doug Wright’s new play, Good Night, Oscar, directed by Lisa Peterson, at the Belasco Theatre. Hayes plays Oscar Levant: Hollywood actor, concert pianist, and the most subversive wit ever to appear on television during its Golden Age. Back to top
Hadestown : Hadestown intertwines two mythic tales — that of young dreamers Orpheus and Eurydice, and that of King Hades and his wife Persephone — as it invites you on a hell-raising journey to the underworld and back. Mitchell’s beguiling melodies and Chavkin’s poetic imagination pit industry against nature, doubt against faith, and fear against love. Performed by a vibrant ensemble of actors, dancers and singers, Hadestown is a haunting and hopeful theatrical experience that grabs you and never lets go. Back to top
Hamilton : From bastard orphan to Washington's right hand man, rebel to war hero, loving husband caught in the country's first sex scandal to Treasury head who made an untrusting world believe in the American economy, an exploration of a political mastermind and scrappy young immigrant who forever changed America: Alexander Hamilton. Back to top
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts I and II : It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn’t much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband and father of three school-age children. While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted. As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places Back to top
Jaja's African Hair Braiding : The world premiere of Jaja’s African Hair Braiding, written by Jocelyn Bioh and directed by Whitney White, will be the first production of Manhattan Theatre Club’s 2023-2024 Broadway season at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Back to top
Kimberly Akimbo : Kim is a bright and funny Jersey teen, who happens to look like a 72-year-old lady. And yet her aging condition may be the least of her problems. Forced to maneuver family secrets, borderline personalities, and possible felony charges, Kim is determined to find happiness in a world where not even time is on her side. Based on the play of the same name. Back to top
KPOP : KPOP is the story of global superstars putting everything on the line for a special one-night only concert, when one singer’s inner struggle threatens to dismantle one of the biggest labels in the industry. Pulsing with infectious beats, electrifying choreography, and breathtaking joy, KPOP is an all-consuming multimedia experience that explores the relentless discipline, raw talent, and commercial ambition behind the heart-thumping international phenomenon. Back to top
Leopoldstadt : Vienna in 1900 was the most vibrant city in Europe, humming with artistic and intellectual excitement and a genius for enjoying life. A tenth of the population were Jews. A generation earlier they had been granted full civil rights by the Emperor, Franz Josef. Consequently, hundreds of thousands had fled from the Pale and the pogroms in the East and many found sanctuary in the crowded tenements of the old Jewish quarter, Leopoldstadt.  Back to top
Life of Pi : After a cargo ship sinks in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, a sixteen-year-old boy name Pi is stranded on a lifeboat with four other survivors – a hyena, a zebra, an orangutan, and a 450-pound Royal Bengal tiger. Time is against them, nature is harsh, who will survive? Back to top
Lion King, The : Based on the Disney cartoon movie, this musical for kids of all ages follows a young lion cub, Simba, as he struggles through the lessons of life & learns to accept his new role as King of the Jungle.  Back to top
Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man & the Pool : On the heels of his award-winning Broadway show The New One, comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia returns with a tale of life, death, and a highly chlorinated YMCA pool. With his unique form of comedic storytelling, Birbiglia chronicles a coming-of-middle-age story that asks the big questions: Why are we here? What’s next? And what happens when the items at the doctor’s office that you thought were decorative become quite useful? Back to top
MJ The Musical : MJ is the electrifying new Broadway musical that takes audiences inside the creative process of one of the greatest entertainers in history. Featuring over 25 of Michael Jackson’s biggest hits, MJ allows us to rediscover the man in the mirror – with an explosion of music, choreography and theatricality as unforgettable as the artist himself. Back to top
Moulin Rouge! The Musical! : Set in Montmartre Quarter of Paris, France at the turn of the century, a world of indulgent beauty and unparalleled extravagance, of bohemians and aristocrats, of boulevardiers and mademoiselles, Moulin Rouge! The Musical tells the fictional story of an ambitious, lovesick writer, Christian, and a dazzling, entrancing chanteuse, Satine. Their lives collide at the Moulin Rouge with its many characters including the host of the Moulin Rouge, Harold Zidler, the brilliant and starving artist Toulouse-Lautrec, the greatest tango dancer - and gigolo - in all of Paris, Santiago, the tempting Nini, and The Duke of Monroth, the wealthy and entitled patron of the club who thinks he can buy anything he wants, including love. Back to top
Music Man, The : There is trouble in River City when con artist Harold Hill arrives in town. There's only one problem with his plans—he falls in love with the straight-laced librarian, Marian. Featuring songs such as "Seventy-Six Trombones," "Trouble," "'Til There Was You," "Pickalittle" and "Gary, Indiana." Back to top
New York, New York : It is 1946, the war is over, and a resurgent New York is beginning to rebuild. As steel beams swing overhead, a collection of artists has dreams as big and diverse as the city itself. But do these singers, dancers, musicians and makers have what it takes to survive this place, let alone to succeed? If they can make it there, they can make it anywhere. Back to top
Ohio State Murders : When writer Suzanne Alexander returns to her alma mater as a guest speaker, in which she explores the violence in her works, a dark mystery unravels. Adrienne Kennedy’s Ohio State Murders is an intriguing and unusual suspense play, as well as a social pertinent look at the destructiveness of racism in our society. Back to top
Phantom of the Opera, The : A disfigured musical genius haunts the members of the Paris Opera House and falls in love with a lovely young soprano.  Back to top
Pictures From Home : A comic and dramatic portrait of a mother, a father and the son who photographed their lives. Based on the photo memoir by Larry Sultan, Pictures From Home will evoke memories of childhood, parenthood, and the vicissitudes that comprise familial relationships. Back to top
SIX: The Musical : Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, the wives of Henry VIII take the mic to reclaim their identities out of the shadow of their infamous spouse—remixing five hundred years of historical heartbreak into an exuberant celebration of 21st century girl power. The female cast, soon to be announced, are backed by an all-female band, the “Ladies in Waiting.” Back to top
Some Like It Hot : The new musical comedy, based on the classic MGM film, has a book by Matthew López and Amber Ruffin, music by Marc Shaiman, and lyrics by Scott Wittman and Shaiman. The world premiere Broadway production will be directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw. Back to top
Summer, 1976 : Over one fateful summer, an unlikely friendship develops between Diana, a fiercely iconoclastic artist and single mom, and Alice, a free-spirited yet naïve young housewife. As the Bicentennial is celebrated across the country, these two young women in Ohio navigate motherhood, ambition, and intimacy, and help each other discover their own independence. Back to top
Sweeney Todd : Award®–winning score as it was performed in the original production—with Jonathan Tunick’s classic 26-piece orchestration on an epic scale. Tony-winning director Thomas Kail helms the return of this epic musical thriller, starring Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford. Previews begin February 26. Back to top
Take Me Out : In this Tony Award®-winning Best Play, playwright Richard Greenberg celebrates the personal and professional intricacies of America’s favorite pastime. When Darren Lemming, the star center fielder for the Empires, comes out of the closet, the reception off the field reveals a barrage of long-held unspoken prejudices. Facing some hostile teammates and fraught friendships, Darren is forced to contend with the challenges of being a gay person of color within the confines of a classic American institution. As the Empires struggle to rally toward a championship season, the players and their fans begin to question tradition, their loyalties, and the price of victory. Directed by Scott Ellis. Back to top
The Collaboration : Warhol. Basquiat. Electric, eccentric, polar opposites... together, for the first time in the most unlikely partnership the art world has ever seen. Paul Bettany (The Avengers, "WandaVision," “A Very British Scandal”) and Jeremy Pope (Choir Boy, Ain’t Too Proud, “Hollywood”) star in the thrilling American premiere of the London sensation. Back to top
The Piano Lesson : A battle is brewing in the Charles household. At the center lies the family’s prized heirloom piano. On one side, a brother plans to build the family fortune by selling it. On the other, a sister will go to any length to keep it and preserve the family history. Only their uncle stands in between. But even he can’t hold back the ghosts of the past. Back to top
The Thanksgiving Play : Good intentions. Bad decisions. Great fun. In Larissa FastHorse’s satirical comedy The Thanksgiving Play, a troupe of really well-meaning theater artists dream of creating something revolutionary: a culturally sensitive, totally inoffensive Thanksgiving school pageant that finally gives a voice to Native Americans. Finding said Native Americans... isn’t so simple. And that’s when things start to get absurd. Sending up a whole feast of social issues, this bitingly funny play roasts everything right, wrong, and woke in America. Back to top
Topdog/Underdog : Suzan-Lori Parks’ Topdog/Underdog, a darkly comic fable of brotherly love and family identity, tells the story of two brothers, Lincoln and Booth, names given to them as a joke by their father. Haunted by the past and their obsession with the street con game, three-card monte, the brothers come to learn the true nature of their history. Back to top
Wicked : Wicked takes a revisionist look at an American icon of evil and discovers how the young Elphaba, a passionate, committed young woman from Oz becomes the Wicked Witch of the West. Her character is contrasted with that of her school roommate Glinda, who grows up to be the Good Witch.  Back to top