When (and where) to buy tickets for each upcoming Broadway show
While the theater industry is currently reeling from being stranded over the past 14 months, the curtains are about to rise again. After Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that Broadway theaters would reopen at full capacity on September 14, theatrical productions began declaring their scheduled return dates to the stage.
Here’s where to find tickets for every Broadway show that has announced a reopening date:
‘Isn’t that too proud – The life and times of temptations’
The electrifying musical that follows The Temptations’ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame returns to Broadway on October 16 with a special gala. Starting at $ 39 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through July 2022.
The musical based on the tenth studio album by Anglo-American rock legend David Byrne returns to Broadway on September 17. Starting at $ 99 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through January 2022.
The oldest American musical in Broadway history has claimed the earliest reopening date, with its premiere on Tuesday, September 14 (the same day Cuomo clears theaters to reopen). Starting at $ 49.50 each, tickets are currently on sale for the following weekends and vacation weeks through February 6.
‘Come from afar’
While Apple TV Plus has announced the release of a filmed version of the play, the popular musical will return to Broadway on September 21. Starting at $ 49 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through the end of June 2022.
The revival of Stephen Sondheim’s 1970 musical will premiere on December 20 and open on January 9. Tickets go on sale May 11 at 12:01 p.m. ET.
‘Diana the Musical’
Two months after a live-stage recording on Netflix, the musical about beloved Princess Diana will resume performances on December 1 before its opening night on December 16. Starting at $ 49 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through November. 2022.
“ Little jagged pill ”
The rock musical based on the 1995 album of the same name will return to Broadway on October 21. Starting at $ 49 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through the end of the year.
‘Mrs. Doubtfire ‘
After playing three previews before the COVID-19 lockdown, the musical based on the beloved 1993 Robin Williams film is set to open on Broadway on December 5. 21.
After earning $ 1 million in its first week of preview at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, “Six” was hours away from the official opening before the COVID-19 shutdown went into effect on March 12. The musical will finally make its Broadway debut starting September 1. 17 with the opening night scheduled for October 3. Tickets are currently available for shows until March 2022.
Following Armie Hammer’s departure and renovations underway at the Cort Theater, the play Tracy Letts will return to Broadway on March 15 – two years after its originally scheduled opening. Tickets are not yet available for sale.
‘The man of music’
Hugh Jackman has said the team behind the revival of “The Music Man” is rebuilding itself after Scott Rudin retired from Broadway productions over his allegations of workplace abuse. Jackman and co-star Sutton Foster will return to the stage for premieres at the Winter Garden Theater on December 20, with the official opening night slated for February 10. Starting at $ 99 each, tickets are currently available for shows through July 2022.
‘The Phantom of the Opera’
The oldest Broadway show, which opened on January 26, 1988, will return to the stage from October 22. Starting at $ 29 each, tickets are currently available for shows through March 2022.