Get tickets to Disney Broadway shows playing in New York now, and see longtime family-friendly musical favorites including The Lion King and Aladdin.
Get tickets to Disney shows in New York and experience the magic of Disney live on stage. You don't need to go to Disney World or Disneyland to watch live Disney entertainment — Disney has been on Broadway since the 1990s, when Beauty and the Beast came to the stage and ushered in a new era of Disney Broadway shows based on the company's beloved movies and characters. Right now you can see your favorite movies and iconic musical numbers come to awe-inspiring life at Disney musicals including The Lion King and Aladdin
Disney Broadway musicals are favorites for theatregoers of all ages — people looking for family-friendly Broadway shows need look no further than a Disney musical. Kids will delight in watching their favorite films come to life with just as much magic as on screen. Adults, too, will enjoy the timeless music, the nostalgic stories, and the creative ways the world of Disney gets recreated for the Broadway stage. Disney Broadway shows often feature new songs, too, that you won't find in the movies — you can only hear them live.
Discover Disney musicals in NYC, and buy your tickets to see Disney on Broadway today. Check back to see when new Disney shows are announced, and in the meantime, you can browse our listings of all family-friendly shows to find even more theatre the kids will love.
Audiences are no longer required to present proof of vaccination at Broadway theatres, and mask-wearing is optional. Find out more about Broadway's latest Covid safety policies here.
Disney's first Broadway musical was Beauty and the Beast, which premiered in 1994. Since then, Disney on Broadway has premiered seven additional Broadway musicals.
The Lion King, Aladdin, Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid, Frozen, Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, and Tarzan have all been adapted into Broadway musicals. The Lion King and Aladdin are currently running on Broadway. Disney has many more movie-to-musical adaptations that have appeared elsewhere in the country and the world.