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COUNTDOWN TO NYE
Below you can find a list of shows coming or returning to Broadway in upcoming weeks and months.
Springsteen on Broadway - June 26
Bruce Springsteen's solo acoustic performance and storytelling returned to Broadway after several years away, this time in the St. James Theatre. This limited run ended on September 4.
Pass Over - Previews Begin: August 4, Opening Night: September 12
Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu's play makes its Broadway premiere at the August Wilson Theatre. This limited run ended on October 10.
Hadestown - September 2
Anaïs Mitchell's Tony-winning retelling of the story of Orpheus and Eurydice returns to the Walter Kerr Theatre.
Waitress - September 2
The Sara Bareilles musical about a waitress struggling to figure out her life and relationships comes back to Broadway for a limited engagement.
Hamilton - September 14
The revolutionary Broadway blockbuster by Lin-Manuel Miranda returns to the Richard Rodgers Theatre.
Wicked - September 14
Meet the witches of Oz before Dorothy dropped in as Glinda and Elphaba reunite at the Gershwin Theatre.
The Lion King - September 14
Pride Rock comes to life in Disney’s long-running hit at the Minskoff Theatre.
Chicago - September 14
Broadway's longest-running revival razzle dazzles at the Ambassador Theatre.
Lackawanna Blues - Previews Begin: September 14, Opening Night: October 7
Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s solo play, which he wrote and stars as more than 20 characters, has its Broadway premiere.
Six - Previews Begin: September 17, Opening Night: October 3
Watch the six ex-wives of King Henry VIII in an electrifying history remix at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.
American Utopia - September 17
David Byrne's gray-suited troupe of musicians return to perform hits from his career.
Come From Away - September 21
Find out the remarkable true story of a small town that welcomed the world on September 11, 2001.
Chicken & Biscuits - Previews Begin: September 23, Opening Night: October 10
Douglas Lyons’ family comedy makes its Broadway premiere at the Circle In the Square Theatre, starring Norm Lewis and Michael Urie.
Moulin Rouge! - September 24
Experience the thrill of this musical based on Baz Luhrmann's 2001 film featuring pop hits from the past 50 years.
Is This A Room - Previews Begin: September 24, Opening Night: October 1
This play based on the 2017 interrogation of Air Force intelligence expert Reality Winner makes its Broadway debut at the Lyceum Theatre.
The Lehman Trilogy - Previews Begin: September 25, Opening Night: October 14
The acclaimed epic weaving through two generations of bankers arrives at the Nederlander Theatre.
Aladdin - September 28
Go on a high-flying magic carpet ride with this beloved story brought to thrilling life at the New Amsterdam Theatre.
Thoughts of a Colored Man - Previews Begin: October 1, Opening Night: October 31
Spoken word, slam poetry, rhythm, and humor blend together in this new play about seven Black men discovering the extraordinary in Brooklyn.
Dana H. - Previews Begin: October 1, Opening Night: October 17
Lucas Hnath's new drama tells the story of his mother Dana, who was held captive in a series of Florida motels for five months, in her own words.
To Kill a Mockingbird - October 5
Original stars Jeff Daniels and Tony winner Celia Keenan-Bolger return to Harper Lee’s classic courtroom drama at the Shubert Theatre.
Freestyle Love Supreme - October 7
The high-energy blend of improvisation, hip-hop and vocal stylings created by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail, and Anthony Veneziale returns to the Booth Theatre for a limited engagement.
Tina - October 8
The Tony-nominated musical that tells the story of the legendary Tina Turner returns to the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.
Caroline, or Change - Previews Begin: October 8, Opening Night: October 27
The highly anticipated revival of Jeanine Tesori and Tony Kushner's musical, starring Sharon D. Clarke, comes to Studio 54.
Girl from the North Country - October 13
This musical set in Duluth in 1934 brings the reimagined songs of Bob Dylan back to the Belasco Theatre.
Ain't Too Proud - October 16
Get ready! The story of the The Temptations returns to the Imperial Theatre with Tony-winning choreography and beloved songs.
Jagged Little Pill - October 21
The Tony-nominated hit, inspired by Alanis Morissette’s award-winning album, resumes performances at the Broadhurst Theatre.
Mrs. Doubtfire - Previews Begin: October 21, Opening Night: December 5
Say "hello, dearie" to this new musical, based on the 1993 film of the same name, with Rob McClure in the title role.
The Phantom of the Opera - October 22
Broadway's longest-running musical sweeps back into its home at the Majestic Theatre to welcome audiences to the haunted Paris Opera House.
Trouble in Mind - Previews Begin: October 29, Opening Night: November 8
The Broadway debut of Alice Childress's Obie-winning play about an experienced Black stage actress in rehearsal arrives at the American Airlines Theatre.
Diana - Previews Begin: November 2, Opening Night: November 17
The new musical celebrating the life and legacy of Princess Diana bows at the Longacre Theatre.
Clyde's - Previews Begin: November 3, Opening Night: November 22
A stirring new play from Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage arrives at the Helen Hayes Theater.
Flying Over Sunset - Previews Begin: November 4, Opening Night: December 6
The new musical is inspired by the lives of three extraordinary people who experimented with LSD lands at Lincoln Center Theater's Vivian Beaumont Theater.
The Book of Mormon - November 5
The nine-time Tony Award-winning Best Musical resumes performances at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - November 16
Originally produced as a two-part play, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany's continuation of J.K. Rowling's magical universe has been restaged as one singular performance by the award-winning creative team.
Slave Play - November 23
Jeremy O. Harris's daring and confrontational play about race, sex, power, and generational trauma ← the most Tony-nominated play of all time — returns to Broadway for eight weeks only.
MJ - Previews Begin: December 6, Opening Night: February 1, 2022
Tony nominee Ephraim Sykes takes on the leading role in this new musical about Michael Jackson, featuring songs from the legend's career.
Dear Evan Hansen - December 11
The Tony-winning hit about an anxious high schooler resumes performances at the Music Box Theatre.
Company - Previews Begin: December 20, Opening Night: January 9, 2022
This fresh revival of the Stephen Sondheim and George Futh musical stars Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone at the Jacobs Theatre.
The Music Man - Previews Begin: December 20, Opening Night: February 10, 2022
The Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster-led revival marches with 76 trombones into the Winter Garden Theatre.
Skeleton Crew - Previews Begin: December 21, Opening Night: January 12, 2022
Phylicia Rashad returns to Broadway in Dominique Morisseau's play about one of the last auto stamping plants in Detroit during the Great Recession at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
Paradise Square - Previews Begin: February 22, Opening Night: March 20, 2022
The new musical based on Hard Times and conceived by Larry Kirwan makes its Broadway debut at the Barrymore Theatre.
Plaza Suite - Previews Begin: February 25, Opening Night: March 28, 2022
Real-life couple Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick star in Neil Simon’s comedy at the Hudson Theatre.
Take Me Out - Previews Begin: March 9, Opening Night: April 4, 2022
Richard Greenberg's groundbreaking play returns to Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theater.
Birthday Candles - Previews Begin: March 18, 2022, Opening Night: April 10, 2022
Debra Messing stars in Noah Haidle's new play about a woman going through her birthdays agonizing about her insignficance.
How I Learned to Drive - Previews Begin: March 29, 2022, Opening Night: April 19, 2022
Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse reunite for the Broadway debut of Paula Vogel's Pulitzer-winning play at the Samuel J Friedman Theatre.
The Minutes - Previews Begin: March, 2022, Opening Night: April 7, 2022
Tracy Letts' Pulitzer-finalist drama resumes performances at Broadway's Studio 54.