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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.
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.
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.
Oscar nominee Lee Daniels makes his Broadway debut as the producer of this searing comedy about what it means to be Black in America today. Find out why The New York Times calls Ain't No Mo' "thrilling, bewildering, campy, shrewd, mortifying, scary, devastating and deep," and learn more about tickets today.
Comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia is making a splash on Broadway with hilarious tales of life, mortality, and a YMCA pool. His insightful and honest stories about growing pains and diving into one's fears resonate with audiences of all ages. Get a dose of relatable humor and get tickets to the funnyman's new special, The Old Man and the Pool.
Based on the animated Disney classic, The Lion King features hit Elton John and Tim Rice songs like "Circle of Life," "I Just Can't Wait to Be King," "Hakuna Matata" and "Can You Feel the Love Tonight?" Witness the beloved story of a lion cub following in his father's royal footsteps, brought to life with awe-inspiring puppetry evocative of the African savannah. Learn more about tickets to the six-time Tony-winning Best Musical.
With a cast of K-pop and musical theatre stars, KPOP delivers nothing less than an electrifying showcase of all-around talent. Enjoy all the fun songs and dance of a K-pop concert while getting a behind-the-scenes look at the pressure that comes with international fame. K-pop fans and newcomers alike will get a thrill when they get K-pop tickets and experience the sensational South Korean art form live.
Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke lead a revelatory new Death of a Salesman. From the perspective of an African American family, Arthur Miller's tragedy illuminates the dark underbelly of the American Dream. Get tickets to experience the play The New York Times calls “vital and electrifying.”
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.
World-renowned playwright Tom Stoppard returns to Broadway with his most personal work yet. Leopoldstadt spans 50 years of time over two hours, telling a heartfelt and heartbreaking story of the Holocaust's effect on one Jewish family. Get tickets now to this award-winning play, which combines philosophical and personal sentiments derived from Stoppard’s own Jewish heritage.