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Now Playing On Broadway As Of Jun 16, 2024
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Moulin Rouge! The Musical! Al Hirschfield Theatre Musical $350 $300
Chicago Ambassador Theatre Musical $300 $250
Doubt American Airlines Theatre Play
Cabaret August Wilson Theatre Musical
Outsiders, The Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre Musical
Kimberly Akimbo Booth Theatre Comedy
A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical Broadhurst Theatre Musical
Great Gatsby, The Broadway Theatre Musical
SIX: The Musical Brooks Atkinson Musical $750 $500
Enemy of the People, An Circle in the Square Theatre PLay
Book of Mormon, The Eugene O'Neill Theatre Musical $500 $400
Notebook, The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre Musical
Wicked Gershwin Theatre
222 W. 51st St.
Musical $350 $250
Mother Play Helen Hayes Theatre Play
Appropriate Helen Hayes Theatre Play
Forbidden Broadway on Broadway: Merrily We Stole a Song
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Helen Hayes Theatre Musical
Cottage, The Helen Hayes Theatre Play
Merrily We Roll Along Playbill - Opening Merrily We Roll Along Hudson Theatre Musical
Water for Elephants Imperial Theatre
The Heart of Rock & Roll James Earl Jones Theatre Musical
Stereophonic John Golden Theatre Musical
Sweeney Todd Lunt-Fontaine Theatre Musical
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Parts I and II Lyric Theatre Drama $400 $300
Wiz, The Marquis Theatre
Lion King, The Minskoff Theatre 200 West 45th Street Musical $300 $250
Suffs Music Box Theatre Musical
Who's Tommy, The Nederlander Theatre Musical
MJ The Musical Neil Simon Theatre Musical $350 $300
Aladdin New Amsterdam Theatre Musical $350 $250
Tammy Faye
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Palace Theatre Musical
Ben Platt: Live at the PalaceMay
Palace Theatre Musical
Hamilton Richard Rodgers Theatre 226 West 46th Street Musical $1500 $300
Hell's Kitchen Sam S. Shubert Theatre Musical
Mary Jane Samuel J. Theatre Play
Spamalot St James Theatre Musical
Illinoise St. James Theatre Musical
Sunset BoulevardMay
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St. James Theatre Musical
&Juliet Stephen Sondheim Theatre Musical
Wonderful World, AMay
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Studio 54 Musical
HomeMay
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Todd Haimes Theatre Play
Hadestown Walter Kerr Theatre Musical $400 $300
Back To The Future Winter Garden Theatre Play
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
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
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
Appropriate : It’s summer, the cicadas are singing, and the Lafayette family has returned to their late patriarch’s Arkansas home to deal with the remains of his estate. Toni, the eldest daughter, hopes they’ll spend the weekend remembering and reconnecting over their beloved father. Bo, her brother, wants to recoup some of the funds he spent caring for Dad at the end of his life. But things take a turn when their estranged brother, Franz, appears late one night, and mysterious objects are discovered among the clutter. Suddenly, long-hidden secrets and buried resentments can’t be contained, and the family is forced to face the ghosts of their past. 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
Ben Platt: Live at the Palace : Tony®, GRAMMY®, and Emmy® Award winner Ben Platt will play an exclusive concert residency at Broadway’s recently refurbished Palace Theatre, in celebration of the release of his upcoming third album Honeymind. The residency, directed by Tony Award winner Michael Arden, will play Tuesday, May 28 through Saturday, June 15 for 18 performances only. Back to top
Book of Mormon, The : Two young Mormons embark on a mission to spread the gospel in Uganda.  Back to top
Cabaret : Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome to Cabaret! It’s 1931 Berlin, and inside the Kit Kat Klub, British nightclub singer Sally Bowles keeps the delirious party raging. But no amount of booze, music, and dancing can slow the ominous march of a changing Germany as it draws ever closer. Featuring an iconic score from Kander and Ebb—including “Maybe This Time,” “Mein Herr,” “Don’t Tell Mama,” and, of course, the title song—this Tony Award–winning musical is reimagined in a visionary new staging by Globe favorite Josh Rhodes (Guys and Dolls, Bright Star). BroadwayWorld calls this production, “Hands down the most cohesive, well-rounded, fully conceptualized staging of this musical that I have seen to date. My friends, this is how you do Cabaret.” Back to top
Chicago : A flashy, energetic musical involving a sensational murder trial that is acted out in vaudeville style.  Back to top
Cottage, The : Set in the English countryside in 1923, this tale of sex, betrayal and love unfolds when Sylvia decides to expose her affair to both her husband and to her lover’s wife. The true meaning of fate, identity and marriage are called into question as a surprising and hilarious web of secrets unravels in this ridiculous – potentially murderous – romantic comedy. Back to top
Doubt : Sister Aloysius, the prickly principal of a Catholic school in a working-class part of the Bronx, is feared by students and colleagues alike. But when she suspects nefarious relations between the charismatic priest Father Flynn and a student, she’s forced to wrestle with what’s fact, what’s fiction, and how much she’ll risk to expose the difference—all the while wrestling with her own bone-deep doubts. Back to top
Enemy of the People, An : Opened in 1972 in concurrence with the larger Uris Theatre (now named the Gershwin), the Circle in the Square Theatre was built for the off-Broadway company of the same name. The theatre, designed by architect Allen Sayles, is distinctive in its thrust stage and its intimate capacity of 650 seats. Their 2005 production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee set a house record with 1,136 performances. Back to top
Forbidden Broadway on Broadway: Merrily We Stole a Song : Gerard Alessandrini’s Forbidden Broadway will, at long last, make its Broadway debut this summer with Forbidden Broadway on Broadway: Merrily We Stole a Song directed by creator Gerard Alessandrini. In addition to the five-person cast including the onstage pianist, weekly guest stars will appear throughout the engagement. Back to top
Great Gatsby, The : Transport yourself to the opulent world of the 1920s as one of the greatest American novels hits the greatest American stage. Starring Jeremy Jordan (Newsies) as the eccentric and mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby and Eva Noblezada (Hadestown) as the enigmatic Daisy Buchanan, THE GREAT GATSBY arrives on Broadway after a record-shattering, sold-out run at Paper Mill Playhouse. Directed by Marc Bruni (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), this story of extravagance and longing features choreography by Dominique Kelley (So You Think You Can Dance), a book by Kait Kerrigan (The Mad Ones) and a jazz- and pop-influenced original score by Jason Howland (Little Women) and Nathan Tysen (Paradise Square). Don’t miss the party — get tickets today! 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
Hell's Kitchen : In the mid 90’s, in an apartment high above the energy and grit of Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, 17-year-old Ali squints toward the horizon until she can just see the Hudson River. Despite the warnings of her protective mother, the symphony of the street calls to her—promising freedom, excitement, and the possibility of love. Finding herself. When a wise piano teacher helps her find her voice, Ali learns she can make the city her own Back to top
Home : In this Tony Award®-nominated play, Cephus Miles has the whole world in his callused hands—until his sweetheart Pattie Mae goes off to college and marries another man. Originally staged by the Negro Ensemble Company in 1979, and featured in the first year of Roundabout’s Refocus Project, Samm-Art Williams’ Home is a muscular and melodic coming-of-age story that gives voice to the unbreakable spirit of all Americans who have been searching for a place to belong. Kenny Leon (A Soldier’s Play) directs. Back to top
Illinoise : Based on the landmark Sufjan Stevens album, Illinoise is told through live music performed by an 11-member band, three vocalists and impressionistic choreography. As friends gather around a campfire, sharing stories of first love, grief and growing up, director and choreographer Justin Peck and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury craft an experience that bursts with feeling. 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
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
Mary Jane : Captivating, affecting and compassionate, Mary Jane the story of a single mother in an impossible family situation. Faced with seemingly insurmountable odds, Mary Jane relies on unflagging optimism and humor, along with the wisdom of the women around her who have become a makeshift family, to take on each new day. But will inner strength and newfound friendships be enough to see her through? Back to top
Merrily We Roll Along Playbill - Opening Merrily We Roll Along : The story of how a composer's idealism and friendships were corrupted by success is told backwards, starting with the disillusioned present and ending with their optimistic college years, in Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's musical, which is suggested by the George S. Kaufman-Moss Hart play. 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
Mother Play : It’s 1962, just outside of D.C., and matriarch Phyllis is supervising her teenage children, Carl and Martha, as they move into a new apartment. Phyllis has strong ideas about what her children need to do and be to succeed, and woe be the child who finds their own path. Bolstered by gin and cigarettes, the family endures — or survives — the changing world around them. Blending flares of imaginative theatricality, surreal farce, and deep tenderness, this beautiful rollercoaster ride reveals timeless truths of love, family, and forgiveness. 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
Notebook, The : Relive the romance! Based on the best-selling novel that inspired the iconic film, this world premiere new musical is led by a powerhouse creative team, teaming up to stage a deeply moving portrait of the enduring power of love. Beginning with a whirlwind summer romance, the decades-long love story between a mill worker named Noah and a privileged debutante named Allie spans a lifetime—in spite of the differences that threaten to pull them apart. Back to top
Outsiders, The : In Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1967, the hardened hearts and aching souls of Ponyboy Curtis, Johnny Cade and their chosen family of "outsiders" are in a fight for survival and a quest for purpose in a world that may never accept them. A story of the bonds that brothers share and the hopes we all hold on to, this gripping new musical reinvigorates the timeless tale of "haves and have nots", of protecting what’s yours and fighting for what could be. 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
Spamalot : Lovingly ripped from the film classic, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Spamalot has everything that makes a great knight at the theatre, from flying cows to killer rabbits, British royalty to French taunters, dancing girls, rubbery shrubbery, and of course, the lady of the lake. Back to top
Stereophonic : Stereophonic mines the agony and the ecstasy of creation as it zooms in on a music studio in 1976. Here, an up-and-coming rock band recording a new album finds itself suddenly on the cusp of superstardom. The ensuing pressures could spark their breakup — or their breakthrough. Back to top
Suffs : It’s 1913 and the women’s movement is heating up in America, anchored by the suffragists — “Suffs,” as they call themselves — and their relentless pursuit of the right to vote. Reaching across and against generational, racial, and class divides, these brilliant, flawed women entertain and inspire us with the story of their hard-won victory in an ongoing fight. So much has changed since the passing of the Nineteenth Amendment over a century ago, and yet we’re reminded sometimes we need to look back, in order to march fearlessly into the future Back to top
Sunset Boulevard : Haunted by her memories and dreams, movie star Norma Desmond yearns to return to the big screen. A struggling screenwriter who can’t sell his scripts to the Hollywood studios may be her only hope, until their dangerous and captivating relationship leads to disaster. Drenched in champagne and cynicism, Sunset Boulevard focuses the lens on the ambitions and frustrations of its characters and puts their intoxicating need for fame and adoration in stark close-up.  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
Tammy Faye : It's the 1970s, and for the very first time, satellites are bringing cable television into American homes. As families gather in their living rooms, young preacher Jim Bakker and his wife Tammy Faye hit the airwaves to build a nationwide congregation and put the fun back in faith. But while Tammy dazzles on screen, rivals plot behind the scenes, jealous of her popularity and threatened by her determination to lead with love. Back to top
The Heart of Rock & Roll : A raucous rom-com wrapped in pure musical joy, The Heart of Rock and Roll centers on a couple of thirty-somethings who know exactly what they want from life—until they find each other. It’s going to take “The Power of Love” — and a little help from their friends — to show them the way. Jam-packed with Huey Lewis megahits like "Workin’ For A Livin’," "Stuck With You," and “If This Is It,” this is Broadway's newest feel-great musical.  Back to top
Water for Elephants : After losing what matters most, a young man jumps a moving train unsure of where the road will take him and finds a new home with the remarkable crew of a traveling circus, and a life—and love—beyond his wildest dreams. Seen through the eyes of his older self, his adventure becomes a poignant reminder that if you choose the ride, life can begin again at any age. Back to top
Who's Tommy, The : Myth and spectacle combine in a fresh reinvention of The Who’s exhilarating 1969 rock concept album, Tommy—including the unforgettable anthems “I’m Free,” “See Me, Feel Me,” “Sensation” and “Pinball Wizard.” After witnessing his father shoot his rival, the young Tommy Walker is lost in the universe, endlessly and obsessively staring into the mirror. An innate knack for pinball catapults him from reticent adolescent to celebrity savior. 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
Wiz, The : Based on L. Frank Baum’s children’s book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”, The Wiz takes one of the world’s most enduring (and enduringly white) American fantasies, and transforms it into an all-Black musical extravaganza for the ages. Back to top
Wonderful World, A : A Wonderful World traces the life of Louis Armstrong, the musical genre he helped define, and the complex history of race in America, from the birth of jazz in Armstrong's native New Orleans to international stardom and the Civil Rights era.  Back to top