Where to buy Broadway tickets for 20235 min read
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Plays and musicals, both new and old, are coming to Broadway this year. From the Ben Platt-starrer “Parade,” a musical about the true story of the false conviction and lynching of a Jewish man in 1915, to the anticipated “Life of Pi,” the Jonas Brothers’ five-night residency adaptation on stage. A diverse lineup of shows for every type of Broadway fan.
Some of the 2022 Tony winners are still in the running, such as “MJ” and “Six: The Musical,” while long-running classics such as “Phantom of the Opera” and “Moulin Rouge” are ticketed for the year.
Below, find tickets to every Broadway show playing right now:
Summary: “Parade,” a musical about the true story of the false conviction and beating of a Jewish man in 1915, is returning to Broadway for the first time since its 1998 premiere. The revival, starring Platt and Michaela Diamond, began previews in February 16 before opening night on March 21.
Where: Jacobs Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are available now, starting at $84.
The Jonas Brothers on Broadway
Summary: Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas are doing a five-night residency on Broadway from March 14-18. Each night’s performance at the Marquis Theater will zero in on a different album, including “Jonas Brothers,” “It’s a Little Bit Longer,” “Lines, Vines and Trying Times,” “Happiness Begins” and the upcoming “The Album.”
Where: Marquis Theatre
Tickets: Fans can register on Ticketmaster to access tickets before Sunday, February 26 at 11:59 pm ET.
Synopsis: A new musical inspired by the life of Michael Jackson will have its world premiere when it begins preview performances later this year.
where: Neil Simon Theatre
ticket: Tickets are now available after opening last month.
Synopsis: After grossing a million dollars in its first week of previews at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, “Six” was hours away from officially opening before the March 12 COVID-19 shutdown took effect. This wildly original stage production is a pop concert starring Henry VIII’s six ex-wives.
where: Brooks Atkinson Theatre
ticket: The musical will finally make its Broadway debut on September 17 with opening night set for October 3. Tickets are currently available for shows through March 2022
Synopsis: Elphaba and the Witch of the Land of Oz returns to Broadway in September.
where: Gershwin Theatre
ticket: Starting at $144, tickets are currently on sale for shows through March 2022.
Synopsis: In a role made famous by Barbra Streisand, Lea Michele plays the vivacious and beautiful Fanny Bryce who works her way from vaudeville to the Broadway stage.
Where: August Wilson Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are currently available, starting at $393.
Summary: Baz Luhrmann’s legendary film follows the same 19th-century forbidden love story as the 2001 film, brought to life in this charming and dazzling musical.
Where: Al Hirschfield Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are currently available starting at $139 through April 10, 2022.
Summary: The Tony-winning musical, written by acclaimed singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell, returns to the stage on September 3. The acclaimed show is at its heart a love story, following the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and the King. Hades and his wife Persephone.
Where: Walter Kerr Theatre
Tickets: Starting at $173, tickets are currently available for shows through July, 2022.
Synopsis: The musical, based on the 1992 Disney animated film, will make its post-Covid debut at Broadway’s New Amsterdam Theater on September 28.
where: New Amsterdam Theatre
ticket: Starting at $57 each, tickets are currently on sale for shows through June 2022
Synopsis: The longest-running American musical in Broadway history returns with Razzle-Dazzle. The Tony-winning revival tells the story of two Chicago women who will use absolutely anything at their disposal to go from behind bars to being on the front page of the local newspaper.
where: Ambassador Theatre
ticket: Starting at $49.50 a piece, tickets are currently on sale starting February 6 for the following weekend and holiday week.
Synopsis: After Disney Plus released a live recording of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical during quarantine, the show will return to Broadway on September 14
where: Richard Rogers Theatre
ticket: Starting at $149, tickets are currently on sale for shows through June 5, 2022.
Synopsis: King Mufasa, Simba, Scar and the rest of the animals from the Pride Lands of Africa return to Broadway on September 14.
where: Minskoff Theatre
ticket: Starting at $149, tickets are currently on sale for shows through August 2022
Synopsis: The longest running show on Broadway, which opened on January 26, 1988, will return to the stage on October 22.
where: Majestic Theatre
ticket: Starting at $29, tickets are currently available for shows through March 2022
Summary: Stephen Sondheim’s Tony-winning score is revived in this original production, which follows the title character in 19th-century London as he seeks revenge against a man who framed him.
Where: Lunt-Fontan Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are currently available, starting at $150.
‘The Life of Pi’
Summary: The Olivier Award-winning stage adaptation of Yana Martel’s bestselling 2001 novel comes to Broadway.
Where: Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are currently available, starting at $80.
‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’
Summary: Based on an original story written by JK Rowling, this drama adaptation takes place 19 years after the events of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”.
Where: Lyric Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are currently available, starting at $100 each.
‘The Book of Mormon’
Summary: This hilarious, Tony-winning musical follows two Latter-day Saint missionaries as they try to spread the teachings of their religion to the inhabitants of a remote Ugandan village.
Where: Eugene O’Neill Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are currently available, starting at $130.
Summary: After premiering in the West End in 2020, Tom Stoppard’s award-winning play, which follows the rise and fall of a Jewish community in Vienna (inspired by Stoppard’s own extended family in the Holocaust), comes to Broadway.
Where: Lankar Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are currently available, starting at $84.
Summary: Based on MGM’s iconic film “Some Like It Hits,” this Broadway musical follows the story of jazz-era musicians struggling during Prohibition, with music by Marc Shaiman and lyrics by Scott Whitman and Shaiman.
Where: Shubert Theatre
Tickets: Tickets are currently available, starting at $83.