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All the upcoming Broadway shows in New York

Discover when all upcoming shows are opening. Find out when performances start for this season's shows, and learn about more shows coming soon to Broadway.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

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 2024, plus shows that have announced plans to open in the near future but have yet to set performance dates. Make sure you bookmark this page for the latest information on Broadway shows opening soon. Learn about spring 2024 Broadway shows and more upcoming Broadway shows below.

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Spring 2024 Broadway shows

Announcements have already been made about lots of upcoming Broadway shows in 2024. 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 2024 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 2024.

Days of Wine and Roses

After starring in the acclaimed world premiere of this new musical based on the same-named 1962 film, Kelli O'Hara and Brian d'Arcy James reprise their roles as a 1950s New York couple battling alcoholism in their relationship. Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas reunited to create this show, their first collaboration since 2005's Tony-winning The Light in the Piazza.

Performances begin: January 6
Opening night: January 28
Venue: Studio 54

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Doubt

Amy Ryan and Liev Schreiber star in the first revival of John Patrick Shanley's parable about the sacred and profane. This morally complex drama follows a nun at an all-boys' private school who suspects a priest of having inappropriate relations with a student. Are her doubts founded?

Performances begin: February 2
Opening night: March 7
Venue: Todd Haimes Theatre

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The Notebook

Nicholas Sparks's romantic drama novel captured the hearts of countless fans worldwide, and the 2004 movie starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams did the same. Now, experience the story on stage in The Notebook musical adaptation, featuring a score by Ingrid Michaelson and a book by Bekah Brunstetter. Follow lovers Allie and Noah through time as they fight against the forces trying to keep them apart.

Performances begin: February 10
Opening night: March 14
Venue: Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

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Water for Elephants

Sara Gruen's novel is now a high-flying Broadway musical that might make you want to run away with the circus. That's what the main character, Jacob, does, and falls in love with an acrobat, who's married to the circus's cruel ringmaster. Drama unfolds as the pair try to maintain their romance in secret.

Performances begin: February 24
Opening night: March 21
Venue: Imperial Theatre

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An Enemy of the People

Emmy and Golden Globe-winning Succession star Jeremy Strong will return to Broadway for the first time since 2008. Fresh off her acclaimed work adapting A Doll's House, Amy Herzog adapts this other Ibsen drama about a man who is punished for exposing an unseemly truth about his small Norwegian town.

Performances begin: February 27
Opening night: March 18
Venue: Circle in the Square Theatre

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The Who's Tommy

In 1993, Broadway audiences met the "pinball wizard" Tommy, who finds sanctuary from childhood trauma — along with local fame — within the arcade game. The Who's rock-opera album of the same name remains the band's magnum opus, and the convention-defying, Tony Award-winning musical adaptation continues to take audiences on an amazing journey.

Performances begin: March 8
Opening night: March 28
Venue: Nederlander Theatre

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The Outsiders

In 1967 Tulsa, a group of lower-class "greasers" lean on each other for brotherhood, support, and survival as they battle a rival, upper-class gang and an unforgiving world. S. E. Hinton's seminal coming-of-age novel stays gold in this new musical adaptation.

Performances begin: March 16
Opening night: April 11
Venue: Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre

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Lempicka

Tamara de Lempicka is the groundbreaking artist you may never have heard of — until now. This new pop-rock musical dramatizes how the Polish painter redefined the possibilities for women's art, sexuality, and status as she fashioned herself a place in Parisian high society and becoming one of the 20th century's most sought-after Art Deco portraitists.

Performances begin: March 19
Opening night: April 14
Venue: Longacre Theatre

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Suffs

This buzzy new musical about the women's suffrage movement is marching onto Broadway in April. Creator Shaina Taub dramatizes the stories of Alice Paul, Inez Milholland, Ida B. Wells, and more trailblazers who changed the course of the fight, while also showing their imperfections and how far there still is to go.

Performances begin: March 26
Opening night: April 18
Venue: Music Box Theatre

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Hell’s Kitchen

Just steps away from Broadway and the Theatre District is Hell’s Kitchen, the home neighborhood of Grammy-winning musician Alicia Keys. A decade in the making, her new musical named for that neighborhood sets her hit songs, like “No One” and “Empire State of Mind,” to the story of a young girl (inspired by Keys herself) learning hard truths about life and love — and discovering her calling in music along the way.

Performances begin: March 28
Opening night: April 20
Venue: Shubert Theatre

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The Wiz

Audiences are going to have to ease on down the road a little farther for this one, as this revival of The Wiz opens Broadway in 2024. A new production of the all-Black Wizard of Oz adaptation, directed by Schele Williams, first follows the yellow brick road on a national tour in 2023. Wayne Brady stars in the title role.

Performances begin: March 29
Opening night: April 17
Venue: Marquis Theatre

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The Heart of Rock and Roll

Feel the power of love at this new musical featuring the songs of Huey Lewis and the News. Tunes like "Workin’ For A Livin’," "Stuck With You," and “If This Is It” power the story of two 30somethings whose life plans change when they meet and help each other become who they truly want to be.

Performances begin: March 29
Opening night: April 22
Venue: James Earl Jones Theatre

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The Great Gatsby

You can't repeat the past? Of course you can. The Roaring Twenties are alive and swinging at this new musical starring Jeremy Jordan and Eva Noblezada. Adapted from F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby sees the title billionare desperately try to win back his former love, Daisy — a dream that might be just out of reach.

Performances begin: March 29
Opening night: April 25
Venue: Broadway Theatre

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Cabaret

Come to the cabaret, old chum! Kander and Ebb's classic musical is coming back to Broadway. This production, directed by Rebecca Frecknall, premiered in London and won seven Olivier Awards, including Best Musical Revival. The show completely converted London's Playhouse Theatre into the hedonistic Kit Kat Club that gets slowly overtaken by the Nazi regime. Now, the Broadway production will transform the August Wilson Theatre.

Performances begin: April 1
Opening night: April 21
Venue: August Wilson Theatre

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Patriots

Tony Award nominee Michael Stuhlbarg (Boardwalk Empire) goes head-to-head with Will Keen, an Olivier Award winner for the world premiere of Patriots in London, in this new drama by The Crown creator Peter Morgan. They respectively play Boris Berezovsky, who got Vladimir Putin into power, and Putin himself, who made Berezovsky collateral damage in his ruthless rise to the top.

Performances begin: April 1
Opening night: April 22
Venue: Barrymore Theatre

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Uncle Vanya

Heidi Schreck, the Pulitzer- and Tony-nominated writer behind What the Constitution Means to Me, provides a new translation for this classic Chekhov work for its latest revival in 2024. Romance, tension, and secrets arise when new family members move into Vanya and his niece Sonya's quiet farm, upending their lives.

Performances begin: April 2
Opening night: April 24
Venue: Vivian Beaumont Theater

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Mother Play

Jessica Lange, Jim Parsons, and Celia Keenan-Bolger star in the latest show by the acclaimed writer of How I Learned to Drive. The premise: the play is set in 1962 D.C. and follows a mother with strong opinions about who her two children should be. But as they find their own paths anyway, they all learn to survive their changing world.

Performances begin: April 2
Opening night: April 25
Venue: Hayes Theater

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Mary Jane

Oscar nominee Rachel McAdams makes her Broadway debut in Pulitzer finalist Amy Herzog's play. McAdams takes on the title role, originated off Broadway by Carrie Coon, of a single mother seeking support as she goes through an impossible family matter.

Performances begin: April 2
Opening night: April 23
Venue: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

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Stereophonic

Ever wondered what iconic rock bands said and did in the recording booth while creating their most famous albums? Stereophonic takes audiences into that exclusive world, where a fictional rock band is recording what might be their magnum opus — if interpersonal drama and the stress of fame doesn't get to them. Arcade Fire's Will Butler wrote original rock songs for this critically acclaimed play with music.

Performances begin: April 3
Opening night: April 19
Venue: Golden Theatre

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Home

Samm-Art Williams's Tony Award-nominated play gets its first Broadway revival in 2024, directed by Tony winner Kenny Leon. This coming-of-age story follows Cephus Miles, who is left lost when his sweetheart goes to college and marries someone else. Suddenly, Cephus must find a new place to belong.

Performances begin: May 17
Opening night: TBD
Venue: Todd Haimes Theatre

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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 this year.

Yellow Face

Daniel Dae Kim stars in the Broadway premiere of Tony Award winner David Henry Hwang's celebrated comedy. Kim plays a stand-in for Hwang in this show inspired by true events: After protesting yellowface casting in a production of Miss Saigon, the playwright accidentally casts a white actor as the Asian lead in his own play.

Performances begin: September 2024
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

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English

Winner of the 2023 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, English comes to Broadway to take us all to school. In an Iranian classroom where four adult students are learning English, they all gain and lose different parts of themselves as they adopt a new language.

Performances begin: December 2024
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

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Our Town

Kenny Leon is set to direct a revival of Our Town on Broadway in 2024. His revivals of Topdog/Underdog, Purlie Victorious, and Ohio State Murders earned critical acclaim, and he won a Tony Award for A Soldier's Play. Now, he stages the classic play about the life of a young couple in New Hampshire weathering life and death.

Performances begin: Fall 2024
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

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The Pirates of Penzance

Ramin Karimloo and David Hyde Pierce star in the latest revival of this swashbuckling musical. This revival features a reimagined jazz and blues take on Gilbert and Sullivan's score, but all the madcap comedy remains, this time in New Orleans.

Performances begin: April 2025
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

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Sunset Boulevard

Nicole Scherzinger brings her riveting star performance from London to New York. In director Jamie Lloyd's minimalist production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, all eyes are on Scherzinger as Norma Desmond, a former film star desperately trying to reenter her prime.

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Performances begin: 2024-25 season
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Tammy Faye

Preach it! Fresh off an acclaimed world-premiere run in London, a new musical about televangelist Tammy Faye will join the 2024-25 Broadway season. Elton John and the Scissor Sisters's Jake Shears co-wrote the songs for this glitzy show, and book writer James Graham and director Rupert Goold reunite after their Tony-nominated production of Ink.

Performances begin: 2024-25 season
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Smash

Don't forget Smash! The hit NBC TV series, which ran for two seasons, is getting the Broadway musical treatment in the 2024-25 season. Like the theatre-centric series, the show follows the offstage drama between the cast and creatives of a Marilyn Monroe bio-musical. Susan Stroman directs, and the fan-favorite songs from the TV show by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman will remain, like "Let Me Be Your Star."

Performances begin: 2024-25 season
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?)

British theatre performer Rob Madge brings their Olivier Award-nominated solo show to the States. This joyful, musical, autobiographical performance sees Madge recall how their family's acceptance of their interests in Disney and theatre also spelled their support as Madge discovered their queerness.

Performances begin: 2024-25 season
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

High Noon

The 1952 Oscar-winning Western film High Noon has announced plans for a Broadway adaptation. It would 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

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The Mousetrap

For 70 years, Agatha Christie's murder mystery has run in London's West End and made history as the world's longest-running play. The show has announced plans to make the leap across the pond to Broadway. A group of vacationers become suspects in a murder, and all their true identities get revealed as clues come to light. The Mousetrap will have audiences guessing until the end.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

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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 went up as part of New York City Center's 2023 Encores! season, so we'll have to wait and see if it transfers further.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

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Sing Street

Sing Street's original Broadway premiere was pushed back from 2020, and after playing its second pre-Broadway run in Massachusetts (its initial 2019 Off-Broadway premiere was at New York Theatre Workshop), the show has Broadway in its sights. 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

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The Great Gatsby

Travel back to the 1920s with The Great Gatsby. Two new musical adaptations of the novel are having pre-Broadway productions. One premiered at New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse, starring Jeremy Jordan and Eva Noblezada. On the creative side are composer/lyricists Jason Howland and Nathan Tysen (Paradise Square, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), book writer Kait Kerrigan (The Mad Ones), and director Marc Bruni (Beautiful).

The other is premiering at American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, with a book by Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok (Cost of Living), songs by Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine, and direction by Tony winner Rachel Chavkin (Hadestown).

F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel centers on a billionaire trying in vain to win over the love of the beautiful Daisy. All the novel's Roaring Twenties glamour is sure to translate to the stage, old sport.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Death Becomes Her

The classic movie starring Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn is now a living, breathing musical. Megan Hilty and Jennifer Simard star in the pre-Broadway run of the show in Chicago, playing two rivals who compete against each other for romance and success with the help of an anti-aging potion.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

BOOP! The Musical

Boop-oop-a-doop! A new musical about the iconic cartoon character Betty Boop is hitting the Chicago stage ahead of a planned Broadway transfer. On her day off from being a celebrity in her black-and-white cartoon world, Betty spends a day in color in New York, changing her outlook on life, the world, and herself.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

The Queen of Versailles

Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth reunites with Wicked composer Stephen Schwartz on this new musical, which plans to come to Broadway after a Boston world premiere. Based on the same-named documentary, The Queen of Versailles follows the life of socialite, pageant queen, and TV star Jacqueline "Jackie" Siegel.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

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

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

Room

This production was set to premiere in spring 2023 but has been postponed indefinitely. Emma Donoghue's bestselling 2010 novel, which she adapted into an Oscar-winning film starring Brie Larson, is now a stage play. Donoghue once again writes the script, adapting her story of a young mother who is held captive for years, and her quest to escape with her young son and finally show him the outside world.

Performances begin: TBD
Opening night: TBD
Venue: TBD

Get tickets to upcoming Broadway shows

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