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Broadway shows opening in 2024

Discover all the plays, musicals, revivals, and other shows on Broadway in 2024. This article will be continually updated as new shows announce premieres.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

Wondering which Broadway shows are opening in 2024? Some of next year's productions have been announced, and there's already a diverse array.

Star-studded revivals are premiering alongside captivating new plays and musicals, some of which are fresh takes on books and movies you may already know and love. Based on the descriptions, creative teams, and stars alone, we know we're in for an exciting 2024 on Broadway.

Here are all the Broadway productions opening in 2024 that we know about so far, in order of start date. This article will be continually updated as new shows are announced and previously announced shows confirm their performance dates and venues.

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Days of Wine and Roses

The creators and a star of The Light in the Piazza reunite for a story streaked with darkness. A hard-drinking couple played by Kelli O’Hara and Brian d’Arcy James battle for sobriety in 1950s New York. Composer/lyricist Adam Guettel and writer Craig Lucas adapted the show from JP Miller’s 1962 film, which was set in San Francisco, and original 1958 teleplay. Michael Greif directs the Broadway premiere of this musical, transferring over from Atlantic Theater Company, beginning January 6.

Check back for information on Days of Wine and Roses tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

An Enemy of the People

Now that Succession has come to an end, its Emmy Award-winning star Jeremy Strong is coming back to Broadway for the first time in 15 years. Beginning in early 2024, he plays Thomas Stockmann, a doctor who exposes contaminated water in his town's lucrative spa baths. His revelation saves lives, but it also makes him the target of public ire. Amy Herzog newly adapts Henrik Ibsen's classic drama after doing the same for the playwright's A Doll's House last season.

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The Notebook

Beginning February 10, the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre is the most romantic place to be this spring. That theatre is the home of The Notebook, the new musical adaptation of Nicholas Sparks's beloved novel. Indie musician Ingrid Michaelson and This Is Us Emmy nominee Bekah Brunstetter adapt the story of Noah and Allie, two lovers who weather war, class differences, and more to sustain their love across decades.

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

Water for Elephants

The circus is coming to town on February 24. Sara Gruen's circus novel Water for Elephants is now a Broadway musical, with high-flying acrobatics and plenty of animal puppetry in tow. Experience the story of Jacob, who falls into a star-crossed romance with acrobat Marlena when he runs away with the circus.

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The American Airlines Theatre is the site of a crisis of faith for this John Patrick Shanley play revival, going up in February. The sacred and the profane mix — maybe — when an all-boys Catholic school's principal (Tyne Daly) suspects an on-staff priest (Liev Schreiber) of inappropriate relations with a student.

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

The Outsiders

Most things we write in high school never see the light of day again, unless you're 15-year-old S. E. Hinton, whose novel The Outsiders has gone on to become an American classic. Following its 1967 release, the story got a 1983 film adaptation and, now, a folk musical adaptation. The Outsiders focuses on a band of Tulsa "greasers," teenage have-nots whose brotherhood may be rocky, but is their only source of support as they come of age. Stay gold at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre beginning March 16.

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


Come to the cabaret, old chum — that is, the August Wilson Theatre, fully transformed into the Kit Kat Club for the spring revival of Cabaret. Rebecca Frecknall's semi-immersive production won seven Olivier Awards in London, and now, Broadway audiences get to enter the dark, alluring world of Kander and Ebb's musical once more. Join the Emcee, Cliff Bradshaw, Sally Bowles, and more as their carefree lives in the Kit Kat Club get overtaken by the rise of German fascism.

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The first Broadway revival of Samm-Art Williams's play finds its home at the American Airlines Theatre in the spring. The show follows Cephus Miles, who searches for someplace — or someone — to call home after his high school sweetheart leaves for college and marries someone else. Kenny Leon, a Tony winner for A Soldier's Play, directs this coming-of-age show last on the big stage in 1980.

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Mother Play

Paula Vogel, a Pulitzer winner for How I Learned to Drive, explores the generation gap and familial expectations in her newest play starring Jessica Lange, Jim Parsons, and Celia Keenan-Bolger. Tina Landau directs the story of a mother and her two children in Washington, D.C. in 1962. As the children grow up and find their own paths, the mother must cope with their departures from the very specific way she expects them to be. Tina Landau directs the show at the Hayes Theater.

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Mary Jane

Don't miss the Broadway debut of The Notebook and Spotlight star Rachel McAdams in this play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Amy Herzog. Anne Kauffman directs the story of Mary Jane (McAdams), a single mother undergoing a difficult family matter. She leans on her friends and her own optimism to get by, but it might not be enough.

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Uncle Vanya

This Chekhov classic pops up on Broadway every few decades, most recently in 2000. This production features an all-new translation of Chekhov's classic text, about a family turned upside down as more relatives move in, by Pulitzer- and Tony-nominated writer Heidi Schreck (What the Constitution Means to Me). She teams up with award-winning director Lila Neugebauer for this Lincoln Center Theater production in April.

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The Wiz

Ease on down the road to see The Wiz, whose first Broadway revival is planned for 2024. Schele Williams directs the production, which will star Wayne Brady in the title role. The Wiz was groundbreaking upon its 1975 premiere for putting a vibrant Black cultural spin on the historically white Wizard of Oz tale, and the revival promises to be no less of a thrilling musical extravaganza.

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

Photo credit: The cast of world premiere of The Outsiders musical in San Diego. (Photo courtesy of production)

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