What’s reopening when and how to get tickets

It’s official: Broadway is coming again. The 41 storied theaters from Midtown to Lincoln Center have been shuttered since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

That’s 525,600 minutes and some change — however, barring unexpected issues, they’ll reopen at full, glorious capacity beginning Sept. 14.

The exhibits’ scheduling bulletins are coming quick and livid, so here’s a information to when every play and musical will reopen, and how to snag tickets.

“Chicago” (Sept. 14)

And all that jazz! The horny revival of John Kander and Fred Ebb’s crime comedy “Chicago” has been working on Broadway for 25 years — and it is going to be among the many first Broadway exhibits to return. Tickets begin at $49.50 at Telecharge.com and are on sale by way of Feb. 6, 2022.

“Hamilton” — Sept.  14

You’ll be again, like earlier than. “Hamilton,” Lin-Manuel Miranda’s mega-hit hip-hop musical about Founding Father — and founding father of the New York Post — Alexander Hamilton is already promoting quick. Tickets begin at $149.00 on Ticketmaster.com.

“Wicked” — Sept. 14

The Wicked Witch of the West seems to be not so nasty in spite of everything in composer Stephen Schwartz’s revisionist tackle “The Wizard of Oz.” Tickets begin at $89 on Ticketmaster.

"The Lion King," "Hamilton" and "Wicked" are confirmed for Broadway's return in September.
“The Lion King,” “Hamilton” and “Wicked” are confirmed for Broadway’s return in September.
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“The Lion King” — Sept. 14

The Disney musical by Elton John that introduced Times Square again to life is hoping to achieve this as soon as once more when it resumes on the primary day that Broadway is reopened. Tickets begin at $99 on Ticketmaster and Disney is paying ticket charges.

“Six” — Previews begin Sept 17; Opens Sunday Oct. 3 

Ever questioned what it could be like if the six wives of Henry VIII had a pop group? Me neither. But when you see “Six,” you’ll be shocked it took somebody this lengthy to provide you with the glittering thought. Tickets begin at $79 on Ticketmaster.

“Come From Away” — Sept. 21

When “Come From Away,” a present about stranded American vacationers in Newfoundland, Canada, on Sept. 11, opened in 2017 I wrote “Every New Yorker must see this show.” That’s even more true now. Tickets begin at $49.00 on Telecharge.

Adrienne Warren nails the title role in "Tina: The Tina Turner Musical."
Adrienne Warren nails the title function in “Tina: The Tina Turner Musical.”
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“Tina — The Tina Turner Musical” — Oct. 8

Proud Mary retains on burnin’. The Tina Turner bio-musical, starring a galvanizing Adrienne Warren, will begin up once more this fall. Tickets begin at $99.00 on Telecharge.

“Caroline Or Change”  — Previews begin Oct. 8; Opens Oct. 27

This is the primary Broadway revival of Jeanine Tesori and Tony Kushner‘s soulful Tony-nominated musical. Tickets will not be but on sale for this Roundabout Theater Company manufacturing.

“Ain’t Too Proud” —  Oct. 16

The jukebox musical about The Temptations follows the group from Detroit to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Tickets begin at $39 on Telecharge.

“Mrs. Doubtfire” — Previews begin Oct. 21; Opens Sunday Dec. 5

Helloooo! The new musical “Mrs. Doubtfire” by no means reached opening evening final spring on the Stephen Sondheim Theatre. Now the comedy will get Broadway laughing once more. Tickets begin at $49.00 on Telecharge.

“Jagged Little Pill” — Oct. 21

Alanis Morissette’s seminal album has been was a musical a few sophisticated household. Tickets begin at $49 on Telecharge.

“The Phantom of the Opera” — Oct. 22

Broadway’s longest-running present, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” will resume making the music of the evening this fall. Tickets begin at $29 on Telecharge.

Jeanna de Waal and Roe Hartrampf
Jeanna de Waal and Roe Hartrampf will resume taking part in Princess Diana and Prince Charles within the Broadway musical “Diana” after a virtually two-year hiatus.
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“Diana: The Musical” — Previews begin Dec. 1; Opens Thursday Dec. 16

This musical in regards to the lifetime of Princess Diana will premiere on Netflix earlier than debuting on Broadway. Tickets begin at $4 on Telecharge.

“MJ: The Musical” — Previews begin Dec. 6; Opens Feb. 1

The controversial Michael Jackson musical will lastly hit Broadway this winter. Tickets go on sale May 18 on Ticketmaster.

“Company” — Previews begin Dec. 20; Opens Sunday Jan. 9, 2022

Phone rings, door chimes, in comes the brand new revival of Stephen Sondheim’s “Company,” starring Tony winners Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone. Tickets begin at $59 on Telecharge.

B20; Opens Thursday Feb. 10, 2022

Folks, could I’ve your consideration please? Attention please! The long-awaited revival of Meredith Wilson’s basic, starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster, will lead the large parade at Christmastime. Tickets begin at $99 — and up — on Telecharge.

Hugh Jackman is among the guests set to participate in the pop up performances.
“The Music Man” starring Hugh Jackman is coming quickly to the Shubert/Winter Garden Theatre.
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