Get ready for a host of new and exciting theater when you discover what’s new on Broadway this fall 2022.
Fall is arguably the best season on Broadway, with September widely regarded as the “unofficial start of Broadway season.” Whether you prefer musicals, comedy, or intense drama, there’s something for everyone. Here are just a few upcoming Broadway shows we have our eye on.
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Leopoldstadt - Opens Oct. 2 at Longacre Theatre
In what is being called “Tom Stoppard’s masterpiece” by The Independent, the award-winning ‘Leopoldstadt’ is the playwright’s unforgettable family saga coming to Broadway. The play gets its title from the jewish quarter in Vienna, as it follows one extended family deep into the heart of the 20th century.
Cost of Living - Opens Oct. 3 at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
Martyna Majok’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play premieres on Broadway for the first time in what The New York Times calls a “gripping, immensely haunting, and exquisitely attuned” story about lives intersecting and the ways people end up needing each other.
1771 - Opens Oct. 6, 2022 at American Airlines Theatre
The Tony Award-winning Best Musical returns to Broadway in a new production from directors Jeffrey L. Page and Diane Paulus. The retelling of the American Revolution is based on the efforts of John Adams and events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
For the first time on Broadway, Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ is told from the perspective of an African American family. Olivier Award-nominee Wendell Pierce and Olivier Award-winner and 2022 Tony-nominee Sharon D. Clarke reprise their roles as Willy and Linda Loman. The reimagined revival of the classic drama illuminates the dark underbelly of the “American dream” and its elusive promise of equality and opportunity for all.
The Piano Lesson - Opens Oct. 13 at Ethel Barrymore Theatre
Academy Award-winner Samuel L. Jackson, Screen Actors Guild Award-nominee John David Washington, and Tony and Emmy-nominee Danielle Brooks star in August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterwork. Set in Pittsburgh's Hill District in 1936, a brother and sister battle over the family’s prized heirloom piano and decide whether building the family fortune or preserving family history is more important.
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Topdog/Underdog - Opens Oct. 20 at John Golden Theatre
Suzan-Lori Parks’ Pulitzer-winning dark comic fable returns in this 20th anniversary revival starring Corey Hawkins and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. Brothers Lincoln and Booth (names given to them as a joke by their father) who are obsessed with three-card monte learn the true nature of their history.
Almost Famous - Opens Nov. 3 at Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
Cameron Crowe’s 2000 coming-of-age film finally makes its live stage debut this November. The 1970s rock-n-roll tale follows teenaged aspiring music journalist William Miller and his travels with the up-and-coming band Stillwater. William and Stillwater head out on the road for a nationwide tour, and what is to follow is a story about friendship, integrity, and the power of music.
& Juliet - Opens Nov. 17 at Stephen Sondheim Theatre
What would happen if Juliet didn’t end it all over the death of Romeo? The Emmy award-winning Schitt’s Creek writer tells that story in this new musical inspired by Shakespeare’s greatest love story.
A Christmas Carol - Opens Nov. 21 at Nederlander Theatre
Tony Award-winner Jefferson Mays plays over 50 roles in the timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, that needs to be seen to be believed.
The Collaboration - Opens Dec. 20 at Samuel J. Friedman Theatre
Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope star as Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat as they unite their artistry for a collaboration on what is being called the ‘greatest exhibition in the history of modern art’.
There is so much more to see on Broadway in NYC this season. Also premiering:
Walking with Ghosts - Opens Oct. 27 at Music Box Theatre
Take Me Out - Opens Oct. 27 at Schoenfeld Theatre
Kimberly Akimbo - Opens Nov. 10 at Booth Theatre
Mike Birbiglia - The Old Man & the Pool - Opens Nov. 13 at Vivian Beaumont Theatre
KPOP - Opens Nov. 20 at Circle in the Square
Ain’t No Mo’ - Opens Dec. 1 at Belasco Theatre
A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical - Opens Dec. 4 at Broadhurst Theatre
Ohio State Murders - Opens Dec. 8 at James Earl Jones Theatre
Some Like it Hot - Opens Dec. 11 at Sam S. Shubert Theatre
Between Riverside and Crazy - Opens Dec. 19 at Helen Hayes Theatre
Stay tuned for our winter edition of what’s new on Broadway, when anticipated plays like Sweeney Todd, Camelot, and Summer, 1976 take the stage.
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