A fantastic run of shows is gearing up to take the stage this year on Broadway in NYC. From retellings of the classics, to brand new productions, massive musicals, and even a one-man show, we didn’t just list the most hyped plays of the year, we compiled a list of all the new Broadway shows set to debut in 2024. Read on and get to booking.
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Days of Wine and Roses - Opens Jan. 28 at Studio 54
The Off-Broadway musical adaptation of the 1962 film will be directed by four-time Tony Award-nominated director, Michael Greif (Rent, Grey Gardens, Next to Normal, Dear Evan Hansen).
Doubt - Opens Feb. 29 at American Airlines Theatre
After nearly two decades, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play returns to Broadway starring a stellar cast including Tyne Daly, Liev Shreiber, Quincy Tyler Bernstine, and Zoe Kazan.
My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do?) - Opens March 12 at Lyceum Theatre
English stage actor Rob Madge’s autobiographical solo show comes to Broadway following a run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and an Olivier Award-nominated run in London’s West End.
The Notebook - Opens March 14 at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
Nicholas Sparks’s tale of enduring love earned its spot at the top of his bibliography - and a musical adaption on Broadway following a successful run at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
An Enemy of the People - Opens March 18 at Circle in the Square Theatre
Henrik’s Ibsen’s 1882 An Enemy of the People is back with a new adaptation and some serious star power. Jeremy Strong, Michael Imperioli, and Victoria Pedretti star in the story of a man who exposes the truth and is publicly punished for it.
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Water for Elephants - Opens March 21 at Imperial Theatre
The musical adaptation of Sara Gruen’s 2006 novel of the same name stars Isabelle McCalla and Grant Gustin, who you may recognize from The CW’s longrunning The Flash television series.
The Who’s Tommy - Opens March 28 at Nederlander Theatre
Des McAnuff (Big River, Jersey Boys) directs the stage play of The Who’s original concept rock album about the “deaf, dumb, and blind” boy and his otherworldly pinball skills.
The Outsiders - Opens April 11 at Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
S. E. Hinton’s 1967 coming-of-age crime-drama novel (later developed into the 1983 film by Francis Ford Coppola) comes to Broadway as a musical, following its premier at La Jolla Playhouse.
Lempicka - Opens April 14 at Longacre Theatre
This brand new biomusical follows the life of Tamara de Lempicka, a Polish painter in exile after the Bolshevik revolution and known for her iconic Art Deco portraits of aristocrats.
The Wiz - Opens April 17 at Marquis Theatre
The Tony Award-winning retelling of The Wizard of Oz (told in the context of contemporary African American culture) returns to Broadway after a national tour.
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Stereophonic - Opens April 19 at Golden Theatre
After years of delays, Stereophonic is set to make its debut on Broadway in April. The play is about an up-and-coming band creating their first album, with all original songs by Will Butler of Arcade Fire.
Suffs - Opens April 19 at Music Box Theatre
After a sell-out run at The Public Theater, the musical about the American suffragist movement comes to Broadway for the first time.
Hell’s Kitchen - Opens April 20 at Shubert Theatre
Alicia Keys' coming-of-age musical inspired by her own upbringing in Hell’s Kitchen follows a run at The Public Theater.
Cabaret - Opens April 21 at August Wilson Theatre
Academy Award-winner Eddie Redmayne stars in the Olivier Award-winning revival of the classic musical.
The Heart of Rock and Roll - Opens April 22 at James Earl Jones Theatre
Huey Lewis and The News inspired this new musical comedy, which has been making the rounds since its premier at The Old Globe in San Diego nearly six years ago.
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Mary Jane - Opens April 23 at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
Rachel McAdams stars in Amy Herzog’s dramatic stage play about a mother caring for her chronically ill young son. Mary Jane won the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best Play.
Uncle Vanya - Opens April 24 at Vivian Beaumont Theatre
The new translation of Anton Chekhov's 1897 classic play stars Steve Carell, who plays the titular character in this tragic play which examines the hopelessness of life in Russia in the late 19th century.
The Great Gatsby - Opens April 25 at Broadway Theatre
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel returns to Broadway, this time as a musical. Jeremy Jordan (Rock of Ages, Supergirl, Newsies) and Eva Noblezada (Miss Saigon, Hadestown, Yellow Rose) star.
Mother Play - Opens April 25 at Hayes Theatre
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel (How I Learned to Drive) is back with an all-new production set in the 1960s. Jessica Lange, Jim Parsons, and Celia Keenan-Bolger star in the highly anticipated family drama.
Home - Opens June (TBD) at American AIrlines Theatre
Originally staged by the Negro Ensemble Company in 1979, the revival of the Tony Award-nominated coming-of-age story follows a young black man from rural North Carolina and his quest to find where he belongs.
More to Come in 2024: Check out these Broadway Shows in the Works (date or theater still to be determined)
- 13 Going on 30
- 17 Again
- Ain’t Supposed to Die a Natural Death
- The Bodyguard
- Boop! The Betty Boop Musical
- Born for This
- Broadway Vacation, A Musical
- Death Becomes Her
- The Devil Wears Prada
- High Noon
- Hippest Trip: The Soul Train Musical
- Imitation of Life
- In Dreams
- The Karate Kid
- La La Land
- Last Summer at Bluefish Cove
- Like Water for Chocolate
- The Lost Boys
- Magic Mike
- Marie, Dancing Still: A New Musical
- Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
- The Mousetrap
- Nancy Drew and the Mystery at Spotlight Manor: A Musical
- The Nanny
- Obsessed, The Story of Diane Warren…So Far
- Our Town
- Pal Joey
- Purple Rain
- The Queen of Versailles
- The Queen’s Gambit
- The Secret Garden
- A Sign of the Times
- Sinatra The Musical
- Sing Street
- Slippin’ Through the Cracks
- Sunset Boulevard
- Tammy Faye
- The Ten
- Thelma & Louise
- A Transparent Musical
- Untitled Giulia Tofana Musical
- The Wanderer
- Yellow Face
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