How to get tickets to Tony-winning shows
The Tony Awards celebrate the best of the Broadway season each year. Check out the Tony Award-winning shows still on stage, and get your tickets today.
The Tony Awards are called "Broadway's biggest night" for good reason. The annual ceremony celebrates excellent Broadway plays, musicals, and more, and many people discover a new must-see show on their list after seeing it win a bunch of Tony Awards. If this is you, you're in the right place to find tickets to this year's award-winning hits, like Some Like It Hot, Life of Pi, Kimberly AKimbo, Leopoldstadt*, and more. The 2023 Tony Award winners were announced at the ceremony on June 11, taking place live at the United Palace theatre.
Not all the 2023 Tony winners are running — some had limited runs that have since ended — but for many musicals especially, a Tony Award is just the start of a long life for the show. Learn more about the 2023 winners still on stage.
Get tickets to Tony-winning shows on New York Theatre Guide.
Some Like It Hot
This new musical, based on the same-named 1959 film, was the most-nominated show of the season and took home 4 Tony Awards, including J. Harrison Ghee's history-making win for Best Featured Actor in a Musical. Set in Prohibition-era Chicago, Some Like It Hot follows two musicians, Jerry and Joe, who witness a mob hit and flee the Windy City by disguising as a women in a traveling band.
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Life of Pi
Life of Pi, adapted from the bestselling book and Oscar-winning film, follows Pi, a teenager who survives a shipwreck along with four animals, including a Bengal tiger. The imaginative tale of survival immerses audiences in the magic of a zoo in India and the waters of the open sea. The play won 3 Tony Awards, including for Best Scenic Design of a Play, Best Lighting Design of a Play, and Bets Sound Design of a Play.
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Kimberly Akimbo, featuring a book by David Lindsay-Abaire and music by Jeanine Tesori, won five Tony Awards, including for Best New Musical. Kimberly Akimbo is about a New Jersey teen, Kimberly, who has a rare disease that causes her to age four times the normal rate. The heartwarming coming-of-age story follows Kimberly’s optimistic search for love and friendship despite her challenging life.
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New York, New York
The new Kander and Ebb musical, based on the same-named film starring Robert De Niro, follows aspirational artists and entrepreneurs trying to make it big in New York City in 1946. Scenic designer Beowulf Boritt won Best Scenic Design of a Musical for the show's incredible renderings of New York City, from towering skyscrapers to apartment fire escapes.
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Attend the tale! The revival of Sweeney Todd, with book by Hugh Wheeler and a score by Stephen Sondheim, is a musical thriller that follows the story of a vengeful barber in London. The revival received eight Tony Award nominations, including for Best Revival of a Musical. Lighting designer Natasha Katz won the Tony Award for Best Lighting Design of a Musical, and Nevin Steinberg for Best Sound Design of a Musical.
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Shucked is a "farm to fable" story about a community that comes together to find help when the prized crop, corn, dries up. The comedy, with a book by Robert Horn and msuic by Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally, features show-stopping numbers including "Independently Owned." The song is performed by Alex Newell, who, along with J. Harrison Ghee, made history as one of the first openly non-binary performers to win a Tony Award.
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Parade, which took home the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical, features a book by Alfred Uhry and music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown. The musical is about the true story of Leo Frank, a Jewish man wrongfully convicted of murder. Michael Arden also won a Tony for Best Direction of a Musical, and you can see his work on stage through August 6 only.
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