'& Juliet' tickets now available through September 2024
Additionally, performances during the week of November 14 will feature special events, including a sing-along, to celebrate the show's one-year anniversary.
& Juliet is stronger than yesterday! In celebration of the show's one-year anniversary on Broadway this fall, the & Juliet musical released a new block of tickets through September 2024, and the show will host multiple celebratory events at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.
The anniversary celebrations will take place at & Juliet performances the week of November 14. On Tuesday, cast members will appear at an & Juliet pop-up event in Times Square, which anyone can attend.
The 2 p.m. matinee performance on November 15 will have exclusive access to a pop-up "zapping" station from luxury jewelry brand Catbird. Audiences may also purchase a Catbird bracelet with a special & Juliet-inspired ampersand charm.
The November 16 performance will be a sing-along performance, at which audiences can sing the songs as the cast performs them during the show. A talkback, led by a special guest to be announced, will follow the show.
November 17 is & Juliet's actual one-year anniversary, and a special celebration will take place at the curtain call of that night's performance.
Additionally, & Juliet is hosting a sweepstakes for a fan to receive a trip to New York that includes a hotel stay, makeover, dinner, photoshoot, and meet-and-greet tickets to the show. Fans may find out more details and enter via the show's social media, through November 1.
The nine-time Tony Award-nominated & Juliet reimagines the ending of Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet, imagining what would happen if Juliet didn't end her life over Romeo. In this retelling, she travels to Paris and finds new friends, new romances, and herself. Juliet's story is set to 30 pop songs by songwriter/producer Max Martin, including hits by Britney Spears, the Backstreet Boys, Bon Jovi, Kelly Clarkson, and more.
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Photo credit: & Juliet on Broadway. (Photo by Matthew Murphy)
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