Starts August 4
Two young black men hang out on a street corner and dream of a promised land in Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu's play, which fuses elements of the Exodus story and Waiting for Godot. The play made its NYC premiere in 2018, and a version filmed by Spike Lee was released later that year. Now it moves to Broadway, with Dayna Taymor directing its original cast of three: Jon Michael Hill, Namir Smallwood and Gabriel Ebert.
In a major signal toward a return to semi-normalcy, Broadway is beginning to welcome spectators back inside of theaters. The majority of the Broadway shows that were suspended last year will return this fall, and all of them now have tickets for sale.
Below are all the Broadway shows for which you can now buy tickets in advance, listed in order of when they are scheduled to open. Many are returning favorites: some of Broadway's best shows, including Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen and Hadestown. Others were meant to open last year but got pushed back, such as Company, Six and the much-anticipated revival of The Music Man with Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster. Still others, including Pass Over and Thoughts of a Colored Man, are new this season.
We will continue to update this page as tickets go on sale for other shows that might be announced for 2021. Meanwhile, here are the Broadway shows you can buy tickets for right now.
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