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What would happen after Romeo and Juliet if Juliet didn't die? That's the question at the core of this pop-fueled musical created by the Emmy-winning writer of Schitt's Creek. Jam out to tunes made famous by Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, P!nk, Ariana Grande, and more, as Juliet travels to Paris with new friends and new love. Find out about & Juliet tickets.
See why this second-longest-running Broadway show has razzle-dazzled so many audiences. A scorching satire of celebrity culture with classic Kander and Ebb tunes, Chicago shows how two ladies use showbiz pizzazz to get away with murder. Get tickets to witness the criminally fun revival that won six Tony Awards.
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, and Oscar-winning Frozen and Avenue Q composer Bobby Lopez are a match made in heaven. The hilarious Broadway smash The Book of Mormon features the misadventures of two Mormon missionaries who go to wacky lengths to convert an African village. Get tickets to the nine-time Tony-winning Best Musical.
A smash hit sensation that made Lin-Manuel Miranda a household name, Hamilton made history with 11 Tony wins. A diverse cast and infectious hip-hop music reimagine the story of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton for today. Exquisite rhymes, sharp wordplay, an evocative story, and emotional performances make Hamilton truly revolutionary. Experience a new side of history and get Hamilton tickets.
Based on the beloved film by Academy Award winner Cameron Crowe, this new musical is rocking Broadway. Join teenage journalist William Miller as he gets swept up in the music, glamour, and glory of the '70s rock scene. Get Almost Famous tickets and return to a time when Led Zeppelin was king, Richard Nixon was president, and music could save the world.
Baz Luhrmann's hit film takes to the stage with more than 40 pop hits from the past 40 years. Behold a dazzling production with all the magic of the Moulin Rouge cabaret, where freedom, beauty, truth, and love are the bohemian way. Come what may, get tickets to Moulin Rouge! The Musical on Broadway today.
This eight-time Tony-winning Best Musical puts a fresh spin on Greek myths, infusing them with beautiful jazz and folk stylings unlike anything else on Broadway. Struggling to survive, Eurydice agrees to work for Hades's soulless factory, and Orpheus embarks on a dangerous quest to rescue her. Get tickets to the genre-defying Hadestown, which combines disparate histories and music styles into a truly groundbreaking story.
The Tony-winning musical Wicked made Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth household names, and nearly 20 years later, Wicked remains a popular audience favorite. This prequel to The Wizard of Oz flips everything you know about good and bad witches, centering on Glinda and Elphaba's long-lost friendship. Return to Oz with a new perspective in this monumental show. Defy gravity and learn more about Wicked tickets on Broadway today.
Glee's Lea Michele plays the title role famously originated by Barbra Streisand. Experience this raucous Broadway revival, Funny Girl's first, and hear the gleeful anthem "Don't Rain on My Parade" and more. Don't miss Michele as the greatest star in Funny Girl; learn more about tickets now.
See the ex-wives of King Henry VIII as pop diva icons, retelling their stories of hardship with heart-thumping pop anthems to determine who their leader will be. From a small show written by college students, Six has become Broadway royalty with two Tony Awards and a worldwide fanbase. Try not to lose your head when you get tickets to this clever spin on history.