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All the Broadway shows you can buy tickets for right now

Upcoming shows include The Music Man, Hamilton, Hadestown, Wicked, Dear Evan Hansen and Come From Away

By Adam Feldman and Anna Rahmanan
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In a major signal toward a return to semi-normalcy, Broadway is beginning to welcome spectators back inside of theaters. Although the majority of the Broadway shows that were suspended last year will not return until the fall, most of them have already announced official return dates—and have made tickets available for purchase.

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 have been announced for the fall, like Caroline, or Change and Flying Over Sunset. Meanwhile, without further ado, here are the Broadway shows you can buy tickets for right now.

Broadway shows you can buy tickets for already

Springsteen on Broadway
Springsteen on Broadway
Photograph: Courtesy Rob DeMartin

Springsteen on Broadway

Theater Musicals St. James Theatre, Midtown West

Starts June 26 
Dressed in simple black with no band, Springsteem performs what amounts to a two-hour solo musical about himself, a rock-star cabaret act. It’s an intimate show and a generous one, not just to past friends and collaborators but also to the audience, inviting us on a cross-country journey that is now less about the gunning of his engines than the steadiness of his drive. —Adam Feldman

Pass Over
Pass Over
Photograph: Jeremy Daniel

Pass Over

Theater Drama August Wilson Theatre, Midtown West

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 GodotThe 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. 

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Hadestown (Broadway)
Hadestown (Broadway)
Photograph: Courtesy Matthew Murphy

Hadestown

Theater Musicals Walter Kerr Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts September 2 
The show is a modern retelling of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice: Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy goes to the land of the dead in hopes of retrieving girl, boy loses girl again. “It’s an old song,” sings our narrator, Hermes (André De Shields, a master of arch razzle-dazzle). “And we’re gonna sing it again.” But the newness of Mitchell’s musical account—and Rachel Chavkin’s gracefully dynamic staging—bring this old story to quivering life.—Adam Feldman

 

Chicago
Chicago
Photograph: Jeremy Daniel

Chicago

Theater Musicals Ambassador Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts September 14 
This John Kander–Fred Ebb–Bob Fosse favorite, revived by director Walter Bobbie and choreographer Ann Reinking, tells the saga of chorus girl Roxie Hart, who murders her lover and, with the help of a huckster lawyer, becomes a vaudeville sensation. The cast frequently features guest celebrities in short stints.—Adam Feldman

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Hamilton
Hamilton
Photograph: Joan Marcus

Hamilton

Starts September 14 
Lin‑Manuel Miranda applies 21st-century musical storytelling to the rags-to-Treasury tale of Alexander Hamilton in this dazzlingly ingenious national sensation. It’s a success story of the best kind, breathtaking but also breath-giving: an inspiration. Even if you've seen the filmed version now available on Disney+, there's a special thrill to seeing this show live.—Adam Feldman

The Lion King
The Lion King
Photograph: Courtesy Joan Marcus

The Lion King

Theater Musicals Minskoff Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts September 14 
Director-designer Julie Taymor takes a reactionary Disney cartoon about the natural right of kings and transforms it into a gorgeous celebration of color and movement. The movie’s Elton John–Tim Rice score is expanded with African rhythm and music, and through elegant puppetry, Taymor populates the stage with an amazing menagerie of beasts; her audacious staging expands a simple cub into the pride of Broadway.—Adam Feldman

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Wicked
Wicked
Photograph: Tristram Kenton

Wicked

Theater Musicals Gershwin Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts September 14 
This musical prequel to The Wizard of Oz addresses surprisingly complex themes, such as standards of beauty, morality and, believe it or not, fighting fascism. Thanks to Winnie Holzman’s witty book and Stephen Schwartz’s pop-inflected score, Wicked soars. The current cast includes Jackie Burns as Elphaba and Amanda Jane Cooper as Glinda.

American Utopia
American Utopia
Photograph: Courtesy American Utopia

David Byrne's American Utopia

Theater Musicals St. James Theatre, Midtown West

Starts September 17 
This joyous, award-winning theatrical concert by David Byrne—the brain-expanding solo artist, musical magpie, erstwhile Talking Head and iconic oversize-suit wearer—returns to Broadway for an encore. The set includes songs from his best-selling 2018 album, American Utopia, as well as highlights from his older material; a filmed version, directed by Spike Lee, premiered on HBO last year. 

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The cast of Six
The cast of Six
Photograph: Courtesy Liz Lauren

Six

Theater Musicals Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts September 17 
The six wives of Henry VIII—two Catherines, a Katherine, two Annes and the Jane Seymour who didn't star in Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman—sing their grievances in a new musical that takes the form of a modern pop concert. Conceived in 2017 by a pair of students at Cambridge University, Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, the show moved quickly to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and then to the West End. The Broadway version is directed by Moss and Jamie Armitage.

Come From Away
Come From Away
Photograph: Matthew Murphy

Come from Away

Theater Musicals Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts September 21 
Irene Sankoff and David Hein’s swelling heart of a musical tells a true story from the aftermath of 9/11, when 38 flights were forced to land in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland. Under Christopher Ashley’s fluid direction, 12 versatile actors play dozens of roles. The show makes a persuasive case for the value of good intentions; for this kind of uplift you don’t need planes.—Adam Feldman

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Moulin Rouge, Broadway 2019
Moulin Rouge, Broadway 2019
Photograph: Matthew Murphy

Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Theater Musicals Al Hirschfeld Theatre, Hell's Kitchen Open run

Starts September 24 
Lovers get caught in a bad romance in this gorgeous, gaudy, spectacularly overstuffed  adaptation of Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 movie. Directed with opulent showmanship by Alex Timbers and drawing music from more than 75 pop hits, this jukebox megamix may be costume jewelry, but its shine is dazzling.—Adam Feldman

The Lehman Trilogy
The Lehman Trilogy
Photograph: Courtesy Mark Douet

The Lehman Trilogy

Theater Drama Nederlander Theatre, Midtown West

Starts September 25 
The rise and crash of the Lehman Brothers' financial empire is the subject of this epic by Stefano Massini (adapted by Ben Power). Sam Mendes (The Ferryman) directs the production, which covers more than 150 years of history and lasts three and a half hours. Simon Russell Beale and Adam Godley reprise the central roles they played in the play's 2018 premiere at the National Theatre in London and at the Park Avenue Armory, now joined by Adrian Lester.

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Aladdin
Aladdin
Photograph: Cylla von Tiedemann

Aladdin

Starts September 28 
Disney unveils its latest cartoon-to-musical project: the tale of a boy, an uncorked spirit and an aerodynamic rug. Composer Alan Menken adds new tunes to the 1992 original soundtrack, and Chad Beguelin provides a fresh book. Reputed highlights include James Monroe Iglehart's bouncy Genie and the flying-carpet F/X.—Adam Feldman

Thoughts of a Colored Man
Thoughts of a Colored Man
Photograph: Michael Davis

Thoughts of a Colored Man

Theater Drama John Golden Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts October 1 
Playwright and slam poet Keenan Scott II sheds theatrical light on Black men in a group portrait of seven Brooklyn denizens. After a successful premiere at Syracuse Stage in 2019, the show now makes its Broadway debut in a production directed by Steve H. Broadnax III; the cast includes Keith David and Pose heartthrob Dyllón Burnside.   

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To Kill a Mockingbird (2018)
To Kill a Mockingbird (2018)
Photograph: Courtesy Julieta Cervantes

To Kill a Mockingbird

Theater Drama Shubert Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts October 5 
Aaron Sorkin's stage adaptation of Harper Lee's revered 1960 novel is commendable, and the execution is exemplary. Director Bartlett Sher's elegant production is stately but not stodgy. Jeff Daniels returns to his role as 1930s Alabama lawyer Atticus Finch, a paragon of decency appropriately troubled by the unchanging world around him, with Tony winner Celia Keenan-Bolger as his precocious daughter, Scout.—Adam Feldman

Freestyle Love Supreme
Freestyle Love Supreme
Photograph: Courtesy Joan Marcus

Freestyle Love Supreme

Theater Musicals Booth Theatre, Midtown West

Starts October 7 
The very talented performers of Freestyle Love Supreme offer a funky and inventive tribute to spontaneity in this 90-minute storm of improvised raps stuffed into sketches, directed by Hamilton's Thomas Kail. Notable alums of the show (such as Lin-Manuel Miranda, James Monroe Iglehart, Christopher Jackson and Daveed Diggs) may drop by for surprise guest appearances during the run—not that the show's core cast of five needs any help.—Adam Feldman

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Adrienne Warren as Tina Turner in Tina—The Tina Turner Musical
Adrienne Warren as Tina Turner in Tina—The Tina Turner Musical
Photograph: Courtesy Manuel Harlan

Tina—The Tina Turner Musical

Theater Musicals Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts October 8 
This jukebox biomusical follows Tina Turner from her early years through her self-reinvention as a solo star in the 1980s. The show is corny and broad, but as the rock & roll icon at the center of the show, Adrienne Warren overcomes the mediocrity around her to deliver a performance of superhuman stamina and skill.—Adam Feldman

GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY
GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY
Photograph: Courtesy Matthew Murphy

Girl from the North Country

Theater Musicals Belasco Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts October 13 
Playwright-director Conor McPherson weaves 20 songs by Bob Dylan into this adumbral evocation of America during the Great Depression. The songs exist in dramatic brackets; when the excellent actors sing, they usually leave the action of the play and face out to the audience. McPherson uses Dylan’s tunes as atmosphere in the broadest sense: They are the air the characters breathe.
—Adam Feldman

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Ain’t Too Proud—The Life and Times of the Temptations
Ain’t Too Proud—The Life and Times of the Temptations
Photograph: Matthew Murphy

Ain’t Too Proud—The Life and Times of the Temptations

Theater Musicals Imperial Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts October 16 
The Temptations are hard to resist. No matter how much you may chafe at the clunky machinery of Broadway’s latest jukebox biomusical, Ain’t Too Proud, the hits just keep coming, distracting your critical faculties with zaps of R&B greatness. And when the show is at full power, the gleam of well-polished nostalgia is strong.—Adam Feldman

 

Jagged Little Pill
Jagged Little Pill
Photograph: Courtesy Matthew Murphy

Jagged Little Pill

Theater Musicals Broadhurst Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts October 21 
The jukebox-musical train powers forward on the proven tracks of Alanis Morissette's 1995 album in a show adapted by Diablo Cody (
Juno) and directed by Diane Paulus (Pippin). As it traces the fault lines in a suburban family, the musical wants to heal us of multiple social ailments at once, and it starts to feel like several after-school specials crammed together. But it has moments of exciting stagecraft and performance.—Adam Feldman

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Rob McClure in Mrs. Doubtfire
Rob McClure in Mrs. Doubtfire
Photograph: Courtesy Matthew Murphy

Mrs. Doubtfire

Theater Musicals Stephen Sondheim Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts October 21 
Broadway's love affair with men in drag continues with this musical adaptation of the 1993 movie about a divorced dad turned cross-dressed Scottish housekeeper. Adapted by 
Something Rotten!'s John O'Farrell and Karey and Wayne Kirkpatrick, the show is directed by musical-comedy ace Jerry Zaks (Hello, Dolly!). Rob McClure, most recently seen in Beetlejuice, fills Robin Williams's sensible shoes in the title role.

The Phantom of the Opera

Theater Musicals Majestic Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts October 22 
More than three decades into its Broadway run, Andrew Lloyd Webber's horror-romance musical continues to draw tourists into its candlelit lair.While the epic synth-rock chords of the title song may ground Phantom in the 1980s, the show’s Puccini-inflected airs are far grander than most of what one hears elsewhere on Broadway, and Hal Prince's production remains a marvel of sumptuous surfaces.—Adam Feldman

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Jeanna de Waal in Diana: A New Musical
Jeanna de Waal in Diana: A New Musical
Photograph: Courtesy Little Fang

Diana: A True Musical Story

Theater Musicals Longacre Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts November 2 
Uneasy lies the head that wears the tiara in this new biomusical about Diana, Princess of Wales, whose marriage to Prince Charles came undone in a sea of tabloid ugliness. 
Jeanna de Waal and Roe Hartrampf play the royal couple, flanked by Judy Kaye as Queen Elizabeth II and Erin Davie as Camilla Parker-Bowles. Joe DiPietro and David Bryan, who wrote the 2010 Tony winner Memphis, are the writers. (A filmed version of the performance was shot during the pandemic and will drop on Netflix on October 1.)

Ephraim Sykes as Benjamin Coffin III in Rent
Ephraim Sykes as Benjamin Coffin III in Rent
Photograph: Courtesy of the artist

MJ

Theater Musicals Neil Simon Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts December 6 
Is Broadway ready to embrace a biographical musical portrait of Michael Jackson in the early 1990s, when the King of Pop was on his Dangerous world tour? The producers of MJ are hoping so. The show features many songs by the late star's extensive catalog, with a book by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage (Ruined) and direction by Christopher Wheeldon (An American in Paris). Empraim Sykes (Ain't Too Proud) plays the title role.

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Dear Evan Hansen
Dear Evan Hansen
Photograph: Joan Marcus

Dear Evan Hansen

Theater Musicals Music Box Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts December 11 
A high school student is thrust into social relevance after a classmate's suicide this captivating original musical. Benj Pasek and Justin Paul's score combines well-crafted lyrics with an exciting pop sound, and Steven Levenson’s book gives all the characters shaded motives.—Adam Feldman

Katrina Lenk in Company
Katrina Lenk in Company
Photograph: Courtesy Ahmed Klink

Company

Theater Musicals Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts December 20 
Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s path-breaking 1970 musical about love in the big city has had several revivals, but this one has a twist: The commitment-averse main character is now a woman, played by The Band’s Visit’s mesmerizing Katrina Lenk. The American cast of this London transfer, directed by Marianne Elliott (Angels in America), includes Broadway überdiva Patti LuPone
.

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Hugh Jackman
Hugh Jackman
Photograph: Courtesy of the artist

The Music Man

Theater Musicals Winter Garden Theatre, Midtown West Open run

Starts December 20 
Break out the trombones! Hugh Jackman returns to Broadway in a revival of Meredith Willson's beloved 1957 musical about a wily con man who stirs up "Trouble" in small-town Iowa but meets his match at the local library. Producer Scott Rudin has given him the most deluxe berth imaginable; Sutton Foster is his leading lady. The production reassembles nearly the entire creative team of the Bette Midler Hello, Dolly!, including director Jerry Zaks.

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