Catch these Broadway shows this summer before they close
Don't miss your last chance to see these hit Broadway musicals and plays.
Broadway is up and thriving this summer, with nearly 30 shows playing in the Theatre District's venues. There are lots of long-running and new musicals and plays you can see these next few months, but there are also some shows you have to see, because they'll be closing in the fall. Tony Award winners like Dear Evan Hansen and limited-run audience favorites like POTUS will be closing their doors soon, but the good news is that there are still plenty of tickets available for their remaining performances.
Since the shows won't be on for long, though, the best tickets may not be around for long. So get your tickets now to see these Broadway shows closing soon, because they may not be here by the time you visit New York next. And if you're a local who's been meaning to get around to one of these shows, now is the time. Read more about the Broadway shows ending their runs this summer and early fall, and get your Broadway tickets now while you're here.
Good Night, Oscar
See Emmy winner Sean Hayes before he says good night to Broadway on August 27. He stars as Oscar Levant, a pianist who came to be known more for his sharp and unfiltered wit. In the play, he exhibits that wit on Tonight Starring Jack Paar, shocking audiences and changing what flies on live TV for good. He also plays piano — and Hayes actually plays live on stage each night.
Don't miss Lea Michele as the greatest star before Funny Girl — the first revival of the classic musical — closes on September 3. Discover the true story of how Ziegfeld Follies comedienne Fanny Brice defied the odds to become famous and pave the way for countless future funny girls. Plus, hear Michele belt out show-stopping hits like "Don't Rain on My Parade" and "I'm The Greatest Star."
Get Funny Girl tickets now.
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