Broadway is Back!

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Finally the highly anticipated wait of theatre return is over! We are so excited to welcome & re-welcome so many incredible shows, past and present, delayed and re-scheduled, back to the New York City Broadway stage.

Let’s start with the classics:


Starring Ana Villafâne as Roxie Hart, Bianca Marroquin as Velma Kelly, with Paulo Szot as Billy Flynn – all your favourite glitz, glamour, and incarceration showbiz returns to The Ambassador Theatre. Directed by Walter Bobbie, tickets are now on sale, starting at $49.50 with matinees and evening shows five days a week October 21, 2021 – February 6th, 2022.


Making its original broadway debut in 1988, The Phantom of the Opera is the longest-running show in Broadway history. Seven Tony awards later, this horror novel adaptation is making its bold return TODAY – October 22nd until March 6th, 2022. The hauntingly favourited show will debut Meghan Picerno as Christine and welcome Ben Crawford as The Phantom. Directed by Harold Prince with choreography by the legendary late Gillian Lynne, tickets start at $29.00 at The Majestic Theatre.


Alright , you’ve got 15 weeks to make this happen! Daniel Craig returns to Broadway leaving behind James Bond to dive deep into the ferocity of Macbeth. Directed by Sam Gold, co-starring Ruth Negga (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Personal Affairs), you don’t want to miss this modern malice murder performed by none other than 007 himself. Tickets start at $35.00 at The Lyceum Theatre from April 29th- July 10th 2022. All hail the new cast, with no time to die, only time to be at Broadway 😉


Cue Hugh! Your favourite traveling salesman con artist returns this holiday season. Hugh Jackman is back in business as Harold Hill alongside Younger’s Sutton Foster as Marian Paroo. Nearly 1400 shows later, Meredith Wilson’s beloved Music Man returns to Broadway for a six month run, December 20th, 2021- July 31st, 2022. Tickets start at $99.00 at The Winter Golden Theatre.


The legendary Rockets returns this holiday season from November 5th 2021 – January 2, 2022. With 9 shows in 90 minutes, this New York tradition will showcase more than 140 performances. Considered some of the strongest women in show business, this cherished winter wonderland spectacle will bring back some historical favourites, including, ‘Parade of the Wooden Soldiers,’ and ‘Living Nativity.‘ Tickets start at $49.00, at Radio City Music Hall.


My personal favourite – this political masterpiece finally makes its return this weekend, October 23rd 2021, running straight through to June 5th, 2022. Hamilton, Jefferson, Washington, and Burr all make their come back in Lin- Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop modernization of our historical American founding fathers. Alexander Hamilton will bring back Miguel Cervantes, with Krystal Jay Brown playing Eliza Hamilton. Considered one of the most popular Broadway Shows of all time, you will not want to miss this 11 Tony Award Sensation. Tickets start at $149.00 at The Richard Rodgers Theatre.


The African bound missionary story returns to The Eugene Theatre on November 7th. Directed by Casey Nicholas and Trey Parker, the Mormon madness will continue right through to June 5th. Welcoming back the awkward Elder Cunningham (Cody Jamison) and the faith converter enthusiast Elder Price as Kevin Clay. The violent politics and harsh realities of poverty will be pushed as this boundary breaking musical returns. Tickets start at $69.00.

Making their Broadway Debut:


The much anticipated broadway adaptation of the iconic Princess of Wales will make its debut November 2nd, 2021 at The Longacre Theatre. Directed by Christopher Ashley this will be the first Broadway Play to open after its musical release on Netflix, October 1st. Starring Jeanna de Waal as Diana, we can’t wait for this bio-musical royal escapade to grace its well deserved presence on Broadway. Tickets start at $49.00, show runs through to next year, November 20th, 2022.


New venue, new sound, and a whole new show! It is beyond time to celebrate life out loud with David Byrne’s powerful delivery of acclaimed musicians, live music, and a full experienced surround sound story in Utopia. Tickets start at $59.00 taking place at The St James Theatre from October 22nd 2021- March 6th, 2022.

There are some incredible comebacks to the stage as well as Christmas classics. The pulse of New York now beats in full rhythm and rhyme as the heart of our city has recovered. We hope you return to the theatre and take in all artistic energy of the stage. Live & raw, cue the spotlight, the house is full.

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