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The date listed is when a show will have its official opening night. However, shows will also have 'preview' performances before the official opening night. (See info on the right!)

Date Broadway Shows Opening

01 Dec 2016 BRONX TALE, A
The Musical

Book by Chazz Palminteri, Music by Alan Menken & Lyrics by Glenn Slater
at Longacre Theatre
(previews from 03 Nov 2016)

04 Dec 2016 DEAR EVAN HANSEN
Book by Steven Levenson, Music and Lyrics by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul
at Music Box Theatre
(previews from 14 Nov 2016)

04 Dec 2016 ILLUSIONISTS, THE
Turn of the Century


at Palace Theatre
(previews from 25 Nov 2016)

11 Dec 2016 IN TRANSIT
Book, Music & Lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez, James-Allen Ford, Russ Kaplan & Sara Wordsworth
at Circle in the Square Theatre
(previews from 10 Nov 2016)

08 Jan 2017 PRESENT, THE
by Andrew Upton, based on Anton Chekhov's Platonov
at Barrymore Theatre
(previews from 17 Dec 2016)

19 Jan 2017 JITNEY
by August Wilson
at Manhattan Theatre Club
at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

(previews from 28 Dec 2016)

09 Feb 2017 SUNSET BOULEVARD
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Book & Lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton
at Palace Theatre
(previews from 02 Feb 2017)

02 Mar 2017 SIGNIFICANT OTHER
by Joshua Harmon
at Booth Theatre
(previews from 14 Feb 2017)

09 Mar 2017 GLASS MENAGERIE, THE
by Tennessee Williams
at Belasco Theatre
(previews from 07 Feb 2017)

12 Mar 2017 COME FROM AWAY
Book, Music & Lyrics by Irene Sankoff & David Hein
at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
(previews from 18 Feb 2017)

16 Mar 2017 PRICE, THE
by Arthur Miller
at Roundabout Theatre Company
at American Airlines Theatre

(previews from 16 Feb 2017)

23 Mar 2017 MISS SAIGON
Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg, Lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr. and Alain Boublil, with additional lyrics by Michael Mahler
at Broadway Theatre
(previews from 01 Mar 2017)

02 Apr 2017 PLAY THAT GOES WRONG, THE
by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer & Henry Shields
at Lyceum Theatre
(previews from 09 Mar 2017)

03 Apr 2017 AMELIE
A New Musical

Book by Craig Lucas, Music by Daniel Mess‚, Lyrics by Nathan Tysen & Daniel Mess‚
at Walter Kerr Theatre
(previews from 09 Mar 2017)

05 Apr 2017 PRESENT LAUGHTER
by Noel Coward
at St. James Theatre
(previews from 10 Mar 2017)

06 Apr 2017 WAR PAINT
Music by Scott Frankel, Lyrics by Michael Korie & Book by Doug Wright
at Nederlander Theatre
(previews from 07 Mar 2017)

13 Apr 2017 OSLO
by J.T. Rogers
at Lincoln Center / Vivian Beaumont Theater
(previews from 23 Mar 2017)

17 Apr 2017 GROUNDHOG DAY
Music & Lyrics by Tim Minchin, Book by Danny Rubin based on the screenplay by Harold Ramis & Danny Rubin
at August Wilson Theatre
(previews from 16 Mar 2017)

18 Apr 2017 INDECENT
by Paula Vogel
at Cort Theatre
(previews from Expected Apr 2017)

19 Apr 2017 LITTLE FOXES, THE
by Lillian Hellman
at Manhattan Theatre Club
at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

(previews from 29 Mar 2017)

20 Apr 2017 HELLO, DOLLY!
Book by Michael Stewart, Music & Lyrics by Jerry Herman
at Shubert Theatre
(previews from 15 Mar 2017)

23 Apr 2017 CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY - THE MUSICAL
Music by Marc Shaiman, Lyrics by Scott Wittman & Marc Shaiman, Book by David Greig
at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
(previews from 28 Mar 2017)

24 Apr 2017 ANASTASIA
Book by Terrence McNally, Music by Stephen Flaherty & Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
at Broadhurst Theatre
(previews from 23 Mar 2017)

25 Apr 2017 SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION
by John Guare
at Barrymore Theatre
(previews from 05 Apr 2017)

26 Apr 2017 BANDSTAND
Music by Richard Oberacker, Book & Lyrics by Richard Oberacker & Robert Taylor
at Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
(previews from 31 Mar 2017)

27 Apr 2017 DOLL'S HOUSE, A
PART 2

by Lucas Hnath
at John Golden Theatre
(previews from 01 Apr 2017)

29 Jun 2017 MARVIN'S ROOM
by Scott McPherson
at Roundabout Theatre Company
at American Airlines Theatre

(previews from 08 Jun 2017)

What are Previews?
Generally, previews are performances that allow the director and production team to make changes or for the cast to become settled in their part before the show is attended by theatre critics.

The general public can buy tickets for previews, and in some cases the price is reduced. Generally, you won't find much difference between a show in previews and when it is technically 'opened', although new musicals may have many changes!


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