Pre-covid listings, frozen in time:
🎭 A SOLDIER’S PLAY –🍸A well-portrayed classic beginning with the murder of a black sergeant on a Louisiana army base in the 1940 and ending with various types of deep-seated racism, including an intolerance for less than stellar behavior in one’s own race. This slow-building plot portrayed by excellent acting makes this a must-see. With Blair Underwood, David Alan Grier and more. Directed by Kenny Leon; Written by Charles Fuller. January 21 through March 15, 2020. Roundabout/American Airlines Theatre. TICKETS/MORE INFO
🎼 AIN’T TOO PROUD – 🍸 The good news is everyone will enjoy this over-the-top talented cast portraying The Temptations and the backstory of their success, challenges, and friendships through the years. The bad news is that you’ll have to stifle the urge to sing along to all their powerful hits. An enjoyable show for all. See it! Open run. Linda Gross Theater. CLICK HERE FOR CAST/TICKETS/MORE INFO.
🎼 ALADDIN – 🍸 Long-running Broadway favorite for families and children 8 and over. Guarantees to delight. CLICK HERE FOR CREATIVE/CURRENT CAST. Open run. New Amsterdam Theatre. TICKETS/MORE INFO.
🎼 BEETLEJUICE – 🍸 HUGELY popular with fans of the movie and teenagers (one could say a cult following) and for those who enjoy a very funny, light/fluffy, (raunchy?) musical with great songs and special effects. Due to cursing and sexual innuendoes, Beetlejuice recommends this for children 10+. With Alex Brightman, Kerry Butler, Sophia Anne Caruso, Adam Dannheisser and more. Book by Scott Brown and Anthony King; Music and Lyrics by Eddie Perfect. CLICK FOR FULL CAST/CREATIVE. – Closing (or moving?) June 26th. Winter Garden Theatre. TICKETS/MORE INFO
🎼 CHICAGO–A classic! On every theater-lover’s bucket list! Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse; Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb; Musical Director: Rob Fisher. CLICK FOR CURRENT CAST – Open Run. Ambassador Theatre. TICKETS/MORE INFO.
🎼COME FROM AWAY – 🍸 This wonderful retelling of the planes and passengers delayed in Gander, Newfoundland in the days following the 9/11 attacks will leave you hopeful about humanity and grateful you saw it. Recommended for everyone. Directed by Christipher Ashley. Book by Irene Sankoff and David Hein; Music by Irene Sankoff and David Hein. CLICK FOR CURRENT CAST – Open Run. Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. TICKETS/MORE INFO.
🎼 COMPANY – Music by Stephen Sondheim; Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; Directed by Marianne Elliott. With Patti LuPone, Katrina Lenk and more. March 2 (previews). Opens Mar 22. Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. TICKETS/MORE INFO
🎼 DEAR EVAN HANSEN – Guaranteed you will cry, play the original cast recording for months, and recommend it to everyone, especially teens and moms. Book by Steven Levenson; Music by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul; Lacamoire; Ben Cohn; Directed by Michael Greif. CLICK FOR CURRENT CAST Open Run. Music Box Theatre. TICKETS/MORE INFO