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Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond lead the first Broadway revival of Parade, reprising their roles from the acclaimed New York City Center production. This Tony-winning musical, based on a true story, tells of a marriage tested when factory owner Leo Frank is accused of a heinous crime, becoming the target of sensationalism and anti-Semitism. This Parade is only passing through New York until August — learn more about tickets now.
In the idyllic kingdom of Belleville, the only stubborn peasant standing in the way of perfection is Cinderella. Experience Andrew Lloyd Webber's and Emerald Fennell's revisionist take on a fairytale classic, which upends the classic story you thought you knew. Learn more about Bad Cinderella tickets on Broadway.
Life of Pi is an epic journey of endurance and hope based on Yann Martel's beloved novel and the Oscar-winning film. After a cargo ship sinks in the Pacific Ocean, a 16-year-old boy finds himself in a struggle for survival alongside four wild animals. Embark on an eye-opening and awe-inspiring voyage with tickets to Life of Pi.
Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford play Sweeney Todd and Mrs. Lovett in the latest revival of this wickedly wonderful Sondheim classic, complete with a 26-piece orchestra. Witness the return of the vengeful Demon Barber of Fleet Street. This bloody, worldwide success has slayed audiences and critics alike with eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical for its Broadway premiere. Get tickets and attend the tale.
Lend your ears to this original musical bringing kernels of fun to Broadway. When a rural town's cash crop starts dying, can a young farmgirl succeed in her quest to find help? An award-winning creative team, including Hairspray director Jack O'Brien, is behind this corny new show — get tickets now.
To be or not to be in the audience of this Pulitzer-winning play, that is the question. James Ijames's comedic send-up of Hamlet, set at a present-day backyard barbecue, had audiences hungry for more at The Public Theater in 2022. This version features a Black, queer Hamlet figure wondering if he has to kill his uncle — but what's the alternative? Learn more about tickets to the play serving up revenge with a side of ribs.
Oscar winner Jessica Chastain is Nora Helmer in the latest revival of Henrik Ibsen's masterwork. Housewife and mother Nora is living the perfect 19th-century woman's life, but that's not the life she wants, and she intends to start her own independent one. Pulitzer Prize finalist Amy Herzog newly adapts Ibsen's script for today. Learn more about tickets to this timeless show.
The creators behind The Play That Goes Wrong are back with their latest slapstick theatre show. The amateur Cornley Drama Society returns to stage J. M. Barrie's classic fairytale, but they run into every possible mishap on their journey through Neverland. Wayward actors and unsteady sets would normally spell disaster, but for Broadway audiences, they provide two hours of nonstop laughs. Discover more about tickets now.
With this delicious satire, Larissa FastHorse becomes the first Native American woman to have a play on Broadway. Four actors are tasked with putting on a culturally sensitive Thanksgiving pageant that centers the Native American perspective — but how can they without a Native actor in their cast? Hilarity ensues as the performers contend with a whole feast of issues while prepping their show. Find out more about tickets to this play, which received critical acclaim off Broadway in 2019.
If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. So make sure to make it to the St. James Theatre for this new musical featuring new and classic songs from Kander and Ebb — including the iconic title theme — and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Loosely based on Martin Scorsese's 1977 film, this new musical celebrates the unique life and energy of New York City with plenty of large-scale song and dance. Learn more about tickets today.