Here's when all Broadway shows are opening
Discover when all the upcoming shows are opening and reopening.
Broadway is back. In September, Broadway theatres reopened at full capacity, and dozens of Broadway shows have already returned to the Great White Way. Read about all the shows you can get tickets to right now. And now that the theatre season is in full swing, there are even more new shows that will be open on Broadway soon. Here’s a rundown of all the upcoming opening dates of Broadway shows, listed by show name in alphabetical order.
It has also been confirmed that for all performances through February 28, all audience members, cast, crew and theatre staff must be fully vaccinated. Find out more about the Covid-19 Broadway vaccination mandate here, and learn about the vaccine requirements for kids to attend Broadway shows.
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The upcoming Broadway revival of 1776 will open at the American Airlines Theatre in fall 2022, with dates to be confirmed. 1776 features a book by Peter Stone with music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards and direction by Diane Paulus.
A Strange Loop
The Broadway premiere of Michael R. Jackson's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical will take place at the Lyceum Theatre, beginning performances April 6 ahead of an April 26 opening night.
After being postponed from 2020, the latest revival of David Mamet's American Buffalo will begin performances on March 22 and officially open on April 14. Laurence Fishburne, Sam Rockwell, and Darren Criss star.
We'll say it three times in the titular ghost's honor: After ending its premiere Broadway run earlier in 2020 than expected, Beetlejuice is returning at the Marriott Marquis Theatre from April 8, April 8, April 8.
Between Riverside and Crazy
for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf
The first revival of Ntozake Shange's landmark show returns to its first Broadway home, the Booth Theatre, from April 1. Opening night is April 20.
Nearly 60 years after premiering on Broadway, Funny Girl will have its first revival at the August Wilson Theatre, with Beanie Feldstein starring as Fanny Brice. Performances begin March 26 ahead of an April 24 opening night.
How I Learned to Drive
Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow will creep until the opening of Macbeth at the Longacre Theatre, starring Daniel Craig and Ruth Negga. The show will play a 15-week engagement, with performances beginning March 29 and an opening night of April 28.
MJ The Musical
Broadway never felt so good! The world premiere of MJ The Musical began performances at the Neil Simon Theatre on December 6, 2021, and its opening night is February 1.
Mr. Saturday Night
Billy Crystal reprises his starring role from the 1992 comedy film of the same name in the new Mr. Saturday Night musical at the Nederlander Theatre. Performances begin March 29 ahead of an April 27 opening night.
Paradise Square will receive its Broadway premiere at the Barrymore Theatre this year, with its first performance on March 15 and an opening night on April 3.
A star-studded cast of seven women — including Vanessa Williams, Lea DeLaria, Rachel Dratch, Julianne Hough, and more — play the closest confidantes of a problem president. Performances begin April 14, and opening night is May 9.
Take Me Out
The upcoming Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's Take Me Out will now begin performances at the Hayes Theater on March 14 ahead of an opening night on April 9.
The Kite Runner
The stage adaptation of Khaled Hosseini's bestselling 2003 novel, The Kite Runner, will have its Broadway premiere in summer 2022 after playing to acclaim in London's West End. Performances begin at the Hayes Theater on July 6, and opening night is July 21.
The Little Prince
After touring the world, a high-flying stage adaptation of the beloved children's book The Little Prince will come to the Broadway Theatre from March 4. Opening night is March 17.
After performances were cut short by the pandemic, The Minutes will return to Broadway in 2022. The Minutes is now at Studio 54 from March 15, with an opening date of April 7.
The Music Man
The Skin of Our Teeth
Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play is coming to the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center this year. Performances begin March 31, and opening night is April 25.
Photo: Cast of Company, Lindsay Pearce in Wicked and Miguel Cervantes in Hamilton (Photos by Brinkhoff/Mogenburg and Joan Marcus)