All the upcoming Broadway shows in New York

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Photo: Cast of Company, Lindsay Pearce in Wicked and Miguel Cervantes in Hamilton (Photos by Brinkhoff/Mogenburg and Joan Marcus)

The anchors of the city's theatre scene are the tried-and-true, long-running Broadway shows in New York, but the most exciting part of every new season is learning about all the new Broadway shows opening each season. There are always plenty of upcoming Broadway shows to look forward to, especially in the fall and spring. New York theatres are booked months in advance with new plays and musicals each year, making it easy for you to get Broadway theatre tickets in advance.

We've rounded up all the upcoming Broadway shows in 2022 and 2023, plus shows that have announced plans to open in 2023 or sooner but have yet to set performance dates. Make sure you bookmark this page for the latest information on Broadway shows opening soon. Learn about fall 2022 Broadway shows, spring 2023 Broadway shows, and more upcoming Broadway shows below.

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Fall 2022 Broadway shows

See these new Broadway shows in fall 2022. The theatre season kicks off in earnest each fall, which means there's a new Broadway show opening every few weeks, if not more often! The Broadway shows opening this fall include hit shows from London, Pulitzer Prize winners, fresh revivals of Tony Award-winning musicals, and star-studded plays. Discover the best shows on Broadway this fall by learning more about all the new fall 2022 Broadway shows you can see.

Cost of Living

After hosting the show's Off-Broadway premiere in 2017, Manhattan Theatre Club presents the Broadway debut of Martyna Majok's Pulitzer-winning play Cost of Living. This show focuses on two people with disabilities and their respective caregivers, who might actually be the ones who need care. The original Off-Broadway stars, Gregg Mozgala and Katy Sullivan, reunite alongside their original director, the multi-award-winning Jo Bonney. Tony nominee Kara Young and Dexter star David Zayas round out the cast.

Performances begin: September 13
Opening night: October 3
Venue: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

Get Cost of Living tickets now.

Leopoldstadt

Tom Stoppard's deeply personal, and potentially final, play Leopoldstadt examines decades of Jewish history in one sweeping two-hour epic. From 1899 to 1955, generations of one family reckon with their Jewishness, as it comes to define them whether they want it to or not. See the acclaimed playwright's work this fall, with a cast that includes Brandon Uranowitz, Caissie Levy, and multiple cast members from the show's Olivier Award-winning premiere run.

Performances begin: September 14
Opening night: October 2
Venue: Longacre Theatre

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1776

The upcoming Broadway revival of 1776 retells the story of how the Declaration of Independence got signed — and all the infighting and doubt that made this historic event more unlikely and difficult than you may think. In this revival of the 1969 Tony-winning Best Musical, a cast of female, non-binary, and transgender actors play the founding fathers. 1776 features a book by Peter Stone, music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards, and direction by Jeffrey L. Page and Diane Paulus.

Performances begin: September 16
Opening night: October 6
Venue: American Airlines Theatre

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Death of a Salesman

The Wire star Wendell Pierce and Tony nominee Sharon D Clarke lead the fifth Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman — and the first featuring a Black family at its center. Often called one of the best American plays of the 20th century, Arthur Miller's show follows the salesman Willy Loman toward the end of his life, as he realizes he spent his whole life working for an American Dream of riches that never came true.

Performances begin: September 17
Opening night: October 9
Venue: Hudson Theatre

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The Piano Lesson

Samuel L. Jackson, Danielle Brooks, and John David Washington star in the first revival of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning work about the importance of family heritage. Brooks and Washington play adult siblings with differing ideas over what to do with a prized piano: keep it because the faces of their ancestors are carved into it, or sell it and use the money to reclaim the land where those ancestors once were enslaved.

Performances begin: September 19
Opening night: October 13
Venue: Barrymore Theatre

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Topdog/Underdog

Corey Hawkins and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II star as brothers in Suzan Lori-Parks's play. Financial hardship has brought their characters, Lincoln and Booth, reluctantly under the same roof, and they reckon with the toll their troubled childhoods, racism, and more have taken on their lives. The 2022 production marks the first revival of Topdog/Underdog since it won the Pulitzer Prize in 2002.

Performances begin: September 27
Opening night: October 20
Venue: Golden Theatre

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Almost Famous

It's all happening on October 3, when the musical adaptation of the hit movie Almost Famous begins Broadway performances. Based on the real-life experiences of screenwriter Cameron Crowe (who also co-wrote the musical), Almost Famous sees a young aspiring rock journalist get swept up in the world of celebrities, groupies, fans, and fame when he's assigned to travel with a band on tour. The young writer struggles to maintain his objectivity as he gets further in with the band and falls for the lead groupie, Penny Lane.

Performances begin: October 3
Opening night: November 3
Venue: Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre

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Kimberly Akimbo

What's an anagram for "Booth Theatre"? That's where Kimberly Akimbo, the award-winning musical adaptation of David Lindsay-Abaire's same-named play, transfers this fall following a hit Off-Broadway premiere. The titular Kimberly is a teenager with a condition that makes her look elderly. Beyond that, she's also struggling with family troubles and the fallout from a moneymaking scheme, and she's just looking to find happiness amid it all.

Performances begin: October 12
Opening night: November 10
Venue: Booth Theatre

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KPOP

Get ready for an energetic K-pop extravaganza on Broadway! Based on an immersive Off-Broadway production from 2017, the KPOP Broadway musical takes audiences behind the scenes of the high-stakes K-pop industry. At a benefit concert bringing together lots of K-pop stars, one of them is hiding a secret that threatens to bring the whole industry down. Real-life K-pop star Luna leads the musical, which will also bring audiences to their feet with plenty of catchy K-pop music.

Performances begin: October 13
Opening night: November 20
Venue: Circle in the Square Theatre

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Walking with Ghosts

Gabriel Byrne, a Golden Globe winner and Emmy and Tony nominee, returns to Broadway with a show based on his bestselling memoir, Walking with Ghosts. Hear about the stage and screen legend's life and the people and places that shaped it, what he's learned from being a celebrity, and what his childhood in a bygone Ireland was like. Byrne has appeared in more than 80 movies, won his Golden Globe for the TV show In Treatment, and has performed on Broadway in shows like A Moon for the Misbegotten and Long Day's Journey Into Night.

Performances begin: October 18
Opening night: October 27
Venue: Music Box Theatre

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Take Me Out

The cast of Take Me Out's first Broadway revival, which won two Tony Awards in 2022, knocked it out of the park so well that the show is back for an encore engagement this fall. Tony nominee Jesse Williams reprises his leading role as Darren Lemming, a Major League Baseball player whose coming out as gay upsets his relationship with his teammates and the sport itself. Alongside him is Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who won a Tony Award for playing Mason Marzac, Darren's comfortably out business manager and baseball outsider who becomes Darren's support system.

Performances begin: October 27
Opening night: TBD
Venue: Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

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& Juliet

The hit London musical & Juliet, featuring the pop songs of Max Martin (the songwriter behind the biggest hits of Britney Spears, Katy Perry, and more) and a fresh take on a Shakespearean heroine, is making a larger-than-life New York debut this fall. The original story takes place after the events of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet and imagines what Juliet would do if she didn't die at the show's end. She goes on a trip to Paris, makes new friends, finds herself, and maybe even falls in love, baby, one more time.

Performances begin: October 28
Opening night: November 17
Venue: Stephen Sondheim Theatre

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Mike Birbiglia: The Old Man and the Pool

Comedian Mike Birbiglia is back on Broadway this fall. In The Old Man and the Pool, he reflects on childhood anecdotes — many centered around a YCMA pool that turned him off swimming for life — as well as life and death. When he finds out his family has a history of heart problems, and he's inherited it, he might once again have to face down that dreaded pool and make some other lifestyle changes he's insistent on avoiding.

Performances begin: October 28
Opening night: November 13
Venue: Vivian Beaumont Theater

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Some Like It Hot

Christian Borle and J. Harrison Ghee star in the musical adaptation of the classic Marilyn Monroe movie. They play Joe and Jerry, two Chicago musicians sent on the run when they witness a mob hit. They hitch a ride out of town with Sweet Sue and her Society Syncopators, an all-female swing band, disguising themselves to do so. They have to hide from the mob and hide their real identities, but also figure out how to find love.

Performances begin: November 1
Opening night: December 11
Venue: Shubert Theatre

Check back for information on Some Like It Hot tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical

The good times (that never felt so good) start up this fall. A Beautiful Noise, named for Diamond's 10th album, tells the story of how bestselling artist Neil Diamond went from a poor Brooklyn kid to an international sensation. Two actors play Diamond in the show: one plays his up-and-coming younger self, and another plays his older self, with a Grammy, a Kennedy Center Honors, and two Hall of Fame inductions to his name.

Performances begin: November 2
Opening night: December 4
Venue: Broadhurst Theatre

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Ain't No Mo'

At 27, Jordan E. Cooper becomes the youngest Broadway playwright of all time with his comedy Ain't No Mo', which previously premiered to acclaim at The Public Theater. In a series of satirical vignettes, narrated by Cooper himself as the flight attendant Peaches, the play explores the question: What would happen if America offered all its Black citizens a one-way ticket to Africa, and most of them took it?  Ain't No Mo' is a comedy, but it explores the effects of systemic racism and at what point enough is enough.

Performances begin: November 3
Opening night: December 1
Venue: Belasco Theatre

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Ohio State Murders

Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald (the winningest actor in the awards' history) makes a triumphant return to the stage in Ohio State Murders. The show is the Broadway playwriting debut of 91-year-old Off-Broadway legend Adrienne Kennedy. Her play follows Suzanne Alexander, an alumna of Ohio State University. When she returns there to give a lecture on violence in her work, she herself is met with a sinister, racist force that proves violent in itself. 

Performances begin: November 11
Opening night: December 8
Venue: James Earl Jones Theatre

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The Collaboration

In The Collaboration, see two-time Tony nominee Jeremy Pope and Marvel Cinematic Universe star Paul Bettany play two iconic artists: Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol. This play about their professional partnership is written by Oscar-nominated screenwriter Anthony McCarten (Bohemian Rhapsody, The Theory of Everything). He imagines the conversations about money, art, and life the two artists had while creating work for their infamous joint exhibit in the 80s.

Performances begin: November 29
Opening night: December 20
Venue: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

Check back for information on The Collaboration tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Between Riverside and Crazy

Stephen Adly Guirgis' Pulitzer Prize-winning play Between Riverside and Crazy will receive its Broadway premiere this fall, with exact dates to be announced. The show takes place at a rent-controlled apartment on the Upper West Side, which its longtime tenant, Pops, is loath to give up — especially because it's become a safe place for lots of down-and-out people that have become his chosen family. Between Riverside and Crazy is a tale of redemption for Pops, as the fight for his apartment isn't his only battle — the wrongs of his past are also chasing him down.

Performances begin: November 30
Opening night: December 19
Venue: Hayes Theater

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Spring 2023 Broadway shows

Announcements have already been made about lots of upcoming Broadway shows in 2023. With the Tony Awards at the beginning of June each year, spring is a prime season for musicals and plays hoping to get noticed for major awards. Read about all the 2023 Broadway shows we know about so far, and though many haven't announced performance dates yet, keep checking back here to see when exactly these new Broadway shows will be in New York in 2023.

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Tony, Grammy, and Emmy nominee Josh Groban and Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford are serving up some meat pies this spring. They star as Sweeney Todd and Mrs. Lovett, respectively, in the latest revival of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's murderous musical. As part of a revenge plot, the barber Sweeney takes to killing his clients, and Mrs. Lovett serves up the evidence at her meat pie shop. Head to Fleet Street for Sweeney Todd, already one of the buzziest shows of the spring season.

Performances begin: February 26
Opening night: March 26
Venue: Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

Check back for information on Sweeney Todd tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Camelot

The classic Lerner and Loewe musical, with a new book by Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin, will be revived at Lincoln Center Theater in the spring. The show's 20th-century premiere is known for starring Richard Burton and Julie Andrews as King Arthur and Queen Guenevere, of the King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table legend. When they get caught up in a medieval love triangle with the knight Lancelot, Arthur has to choose between love and honor. This spring, hear all the show's classic songs like “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “Camelot,” and "The Lusty Month of May."

Performances begin: March 9
Opening night: April 13
Venue: Vivian Beaumont Theater

Check back for information on Camelot tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

New York, New York

Start spreading the news! The new musical New York, New York is set to come to the city this fall. Like Martin Scorsese's same-named film starring Robert De Niro and Liza Minnelli, this show is set in post-World War II NYC and explores life there, but will feature a new plot. That plot has yet to be revealed, but we do know the show has a powerhouse creative team. Songs are by Chicago writers Kander and Ebb, with additional lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda; the book is by David Thompson and Sharon Washington; and five-time Tony-winning director/choreographer Susan Stroman is also on board.

Performances begin: March 2023
Opening night: April 2023
Venue: TBD

Check back for information on New York, New York tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Summer, 1976

Four-time Emmy Award winner and two-time Tony Award nominee Laura Linney will star in the world premiere of David Auburn's new Broadway play. Summer, 1976 follows two young women — a rebellious artist named Diana and a free-spirited yet innocent housewife named Alice — who develop an unlikely friendship during one summer in Ohio. They help each other navigate the trials of young womanhood and find their own independence. Manhattan Theatre Club was set to present the play in its Off-Broadway season, but now, with Linney, the show is going straight to the big stage.

Performances begin: April 4
Opening night: TBD
Venue: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

Check back for information on Summer, 1976 tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

The Thanksgiving Play

Second Stage Theater will present Larissa FastHorse's The Thanksgiving Play in spring 2023, with exact dates to be announced. The show follows one amateur theatre troupe's misguided attempts to create a school-appropriate Thanksgiving pageant that centers the Indigenous perspective — except, as they discover too late, none of the creators or actors are actually Indigenous. With this show, which premiered to acclaim off Broadway in 2019, FastHorse becomes the first female Native American playwright in Broadway history.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: Hayes Theater

Check back for information on The Thanksgiving Play tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Prima Facie

Emmy Award winner Jodie Comer will reprise her acclaimed role from London in the one-woman legal drama Prima Facie. Exact performance dates have yet to be set for this show about a highly skilled defense lawyer who, at the height of her career, gets assaulted. Suddenly, she sees the legal world from the other side, noticing all the "inaccuracies" and "weak spots" in her story that a lawyer like herself would attack, and finds herself caught between her moral integrity and her career.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Check back for information on Prima Facie tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

High Noon

The 1952 Oscar-winning Western film High Noon will get a Broadway adaptation in 2023. It will be the first Western on Broadway in 85 years. The plot of High Noon centers on Marshal Will Kane, whose duty to his town is put to the test when a murderer and his gang are rumored to arrive. He's tasked with either facing them alone or fleeing with his wife to safety, and both options prove contentious. Rather than skipping between moments in time, the events of High Noon on Broadway take place in real time within two hours, just like the film.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Check back for information on High Noon tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Upcoming Broadway shows

There's even more Broadway to look forward to! These upcoming Broadway shows haven't specified when they'll come to New York yet, but they have announced plans to come to Broadway in the near future. Read more about the shows planning to open soon, and keep an eye out to see if they'll be joining the ranks of Broadway shows in 2023.

Back to the Future

If you have a time-traveling DeLorean of your own, perhaps you can see when the Back to the Future musical adaptation will open on Broadway. As of now, the show has only announced plans to hit New York in 2023, with no further details set. Based on the hit 1985 film starring Michael J. Fox, the show follows a teenager who, with the help of a mad scientist, travels back in time 30 years to when his parents first met — and when he almost stops them from meeting, he has to get them back together to avoid messing up his life. For its premiere in London, Back to the Future won the 2020 Olivier Award for Best New Musical.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Check back for information on Back to the Future tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

The Griswolds' Broadway Vacation

Pack up the RV, grab the family, and take a road trip to Broadway for The Griswolds' Broadway Vacation! This new stage show is making pre-Broadway pit stops in Seattle and Houston, and after those productions, a Broadway premiere is planned. The Griswolds' Broadway Vacation features the Griswold family from the National Lampoon's Vacation film series, but rather than adapting one of those movies, this musical sees them in a new story about a trip that goes hilariously wrong in every possible way.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

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Come Fall In Love: The DDLJ Musical

The blockbuster Bollywood rom-com Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, commonly called DDLJ, is still playing in Indian movie theatres 25 years after its release. Now, its musical adaptation is set to play on Broadway in the 2022-23 season. The show follows an Indian American woman named Simran, who travels to Europe to celebrate her final summer before entering an arranged marriage. When she finds romance overseas, she must convince her family to let her stay with the man she loves. Aditya Chopra, who directed the movie, now directs the stage adaptation.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Check back for information on Come Fall In Love: The DDLJ Musical tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Pal Joey

You might have seen the film version of this classic musical starring Frank Sinatra in the title role. But now you can see the show live in New York for the first time since 2008, featuring a revised book by Richard LaGravenese and additional songs from composers Rodgers and Hart's catalog. This show about a wannabe nightclub owner who flirts and schemes to make his dreams come true is set to go up in the 2022-23 season.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Check back for information on Pal Joey tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Dancin'

Bob Fosse's Dancin' was last seen on Broadway in 1978, when it won the Best Choreography Tony Award (naturally) and was nominated for Best Musical. If you can't get enough of the iconic moves from the choreographer behind Chicago and Cabaret, keep an eye out for Dancin' in the 2022-23 season. The "musical" is really a dance revue — no plot or singing, just a series of dance routines in various different styles to an equally diverse range of music. This revival had a pre-Broadway run in California directed by Wayne Cilento, who was in the original Dancin' Broadway cast and preserves Fosse's original choreography.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Check back for information on Dancin' tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Sing Street

Sing Street's original Broadway premiere was pushed back from 2020, and now the show is aiming to return in 2023 after playing its second pre-Broadway run in Massachusetts (after its initial 2019 Off-Broadway premiere at New York Theatre Workshop). Based on the Golden Globe-nominated movie of the same name, the Sing Street musical follows a boy in Ireland who starts a band to distract him from his sleepy small-town life, an endeavor that brings him trouble and love in equal measure. 

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Check back for information on Sing Street tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

Get tickets to upcoming Broadway shows

If you take a chance in advance and get tickets to a Broadway show opening soon, you can be among the first people to see a future smash hit — before tickets become hard to get! And if an upcoming Broadway show is based on a movie or singer you like, or stars your favorite celebrity, why wait to get your theatre tickets? You're guaranteed to find something to love, and you can have your pick of the best seats. Don't wait until a must-see show is about to close!

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