Get ready for a host of exciting theater when you discover what’s new to see on Broadway this spring.
Broadway is more than ready for a springtime reseeding - and we’ve rounded up the best theatrical experiences taking the stage. Each spring, the biggest and splashiest shows and musicals open on Broadway in NYC. Whether you prefer singing and dancing, comedy, intense drama, or dazzling visuals, put these shows on your cultural agenda this season.
Bad Cinderella - Now playing at Imperial Theatre
Following a run in London’s West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest musical is a fun, modern update on the classic fairy tale.
Sweeney Todd - Now playing at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
Josh Groban, Annaleigh Ashford, Jordan Fisher, and Gaten Matarazzo star in the popular Steven Sondheim musical thriller about the “Demon Barber of Fleet Street.”
Life of Pi - Now playing at Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
Yann Martel’s 2001 best-selling novel and winner of the Man Booker Prize has been adapted into this spectacular stage show, and comes to Broadway after a wildly successful run in London’s West End.
Shucked - Opens April 4, 2023 at Nederlander Theatre
Tony Award-winner Robert Horn, Grammy Award-winning team Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally, and Tony Award-winner Jack O’Brien unite to debut this hysterical musical comedy that has been described as a “farm-to-fable” about corn.
Fat Ham - Opens April 12, 2023 at American Airlines Theatre
After a sold-out stint at The Public Theater, James Ijames's Pulitzer-winning new play comes to Broadway. Fat Ham is a humorous retelling of Shakespeare's Hamlet through the eyes of Juicy, a queer, Southern college kid.
Camelot - Opens April 13, 2023 at Vivian Beaumont Theatre
The reimagined classic tale will debut at the Lincoln Center Theatre with a 21st century spin. Camelot stars beloved stage stars Andrew Burnap, Phillipa Soo, and Jordan Donica.
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Peter Pan Goes Wrong - Opens April 19, 2023 at Ethel Barrymore Theatre
The team behind the Tony Award-winning global hit, The Play That Goes Wrong, presents the tale of The Cornley Drama Society as they battle against technical hitches, flying mishaps, and cast disputes on their way to Neverland with hilarious and disastrous results.
Under the direction of Tony Award-winner Rachel Chavkin, the brutally raw and shocking satire tells the story of a group of theater artists as they try to put on a culturally sensitive Thanksgiving school pageant. That said, finding Native Americans to give voice to the pageant is where things get messy.
Prima Facie - Opens April 23, 2023 at Golden Theatre
London’s sell-out show comes to Broadway for 10 weeks only and stars Jodie Comer, who you may know from TV’s Killing Eve or films like Free Guy and The Last Duel. Suzie Miller’s award-winning play is about a young lawyer navigating her way through an unexpected event that forces her to confront the lines where patriarchal power of law, burden of proof, and morals diverge.
Good Night, Oscar - Opens April, 24 2023 at Belasco Theatre
Sean Hayes (Will & Grace) stars as the real-life character actor and pianist Oscar Levant during his iconic appearances on Jack Paar’s televised late-night talk show. The play is both humorous and heartbreaking as it delves into the topic of exploitation in entertainment.
Summer, 1976 - Opens April 25, 2023 at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
Laura Linney and Jessica Hecht return to Broadway as the stars of Pulitzer Prize-winning David Auburn’s new play about motherhood, connection, and independence during the United States Bicentennial.
New York, New York - Opens April 26, 2023 at St. James Theatre
Loosely based on Martin Scorsese’s 1977 musical classic of the same name, New York, New York depicts a post-WWII NYC in recovery set to the music and lyrics of John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Grey House - Opens May 30, 2023 at Lyceum Theatre
For those seeking a different kind of Broadway experience, Grey House delivers. After a car crash in the mountains, a couple becomes stranded in a cabin with its suspicious hosts. Laurie Metcalf stars in this horror production that will have you on the edge of your seat.
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