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The musical exploration of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery -- all those things that we hold dear to our hearts. Chicago follows not your usual housewife, Roxie Hart, who gains dubious notoriety when she kills her boyfriend, invents her defense and manipulates everyone from her trustworthy husband to the fickle media and the unsuspecting public. Featuring well known songs, 'All That Jazz,' 'Razzle Dazzle' and 'Mr. Cellophane'.
A hideously deformed Phantom lurks beneath the stage of the Paris Opera, exercising a reign of terror over its occupants. The phantom falls in love with the young Soprano devoting himself to creating a new star for the Opera by nurturing her extraordinary talents and employing all the skills at his disposal.
In School of Rock—The Musical, down-on-his-luck wannabe rock star Dewey Finn poses as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school to make ends meet. When he discovers his students’ musical talents, he enlists his fifth-graders to form a rock group and conquer the Battle of the Bands.
Amelie the musical has opened on Broadway, starring Tony Award nominee Phillipa Soo (Hamilton, The Great Comet) and Entertainment Weekly calls it "Pure joy! An unabashed crowd-pleaser." The imaginative dreamer Amelie captured our hearts in the five-time Oscar-nominated film, with her penchant for covert, spontaneous acts of kindness that bring joy and mayhem in equal doses. Now she comes to Broadway in a magical new musical, directed by Tony winner Pam MacKinnon (Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), with a book by Pulitzer Prize and Tony nominee Craig Lucas (The Light in the Piazza), music by Daniel Messe and lyrics by Nathan Tysen & Messe. Embark on a mesmerizing journey with shy but inquisitive Amelie as she turns the streets of Montmartre into a world of her own imagining at New York's Walter Kerr Theatre.
Prissy pundits, bickering bureaucrats and a dissolute defector all play supporting roles in this boisterous, irreverent musical comedy in which singing-and-dancing CIA agents spill the beans about how the United States bungled its way into the war in Iraq. Inspired by real events, Baghdaddy tracks the path of the questionable intelligence that somehow made it all the way up the agency ladder. A New York Times Critics' Pick in its original off-Broadway run, the play the Times called "an important, cunning, rock-solid musical comedy" comes to the stage at New York's St. Luke's Theater with most of its original cast intact, including Brennan Caldwell (Urinetown), Brandon Espinoza (Gypsy, Big, Les Miz) and Larisa Oleynik (Mad Men, 10 Things I Hate About You).
Bandstand brings the swing-fueled story of singer-songwriter Donny Novitski and his Post WWII-era band of mismatched fellow vets to the New York stage. When a national contest seeks America's next music sensation, Donny jumps at the chance at fame and Hollywood fortune. But in order to make it, he'll have to whip his band into fighting shape and team up with a beautiful young war widow as their singer. Together, they rip through an explosive original score, playing their hearts out for every voiceless underdog. This rousing production at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre is directed and choreographed by two-time Tony-winner Andy Blankenbuehler (Hamilton, In the Heights), starring two-time Tony nominee Laura Osnes (Cinderella, Bonnie and Clyde), Broadway sensation Corey Cott (Newsies) and Tony winner Beth Leavel (The Drowsy Chaperone).
Bella Patterson is a young black woman in 19th-century America who boards a cross-country train to reunite with her sweetheart, a Buffalo soldier stationed in the Wild West. On her journey, Bella encounters a variety of larger-than-life characters living on the frontier, from cowboys to settlers and mail-order brides. Filled with humor, heartbreak, fisticuffs, madcap antics and soulful musical numbers, Bella: An American Tall Tale is a whimsical story about some of the forgotten figures of the Old West. Don't miss this co-world premiere at the Playwrights Horizons Mainstage in New York City.
Blue Man Group combines music, technology and comedy to create a form of entertainment that defies categorization and appeals to people of all ages. Blue Man Group's shows have been described by critics as "innovative," "energetic" and "wildly entertaining." But the only way to truly understand Blue Man Group's global popularity is to see the show for yourself.
Charlie Chaplin meets Harold and the Purple Crayon in Chalk, a family-friendly physical comedy guaranteed to draw you in. A playful and poignant homage to classic silent-film era comedians, Chalk invites audiences into a hand-drawn world where imagination is made real and anything can happen. If everything you drew became real, where would your imagination take you? Find out at this whimsical show playing at the Kraine Theater in New York City.
In Georgie: My Adventures With George Rose, acclaimed actor-playwright Ed Dixon recounts his own tale of how he came to know and admire two-time Tony-winning character actor George Rose (The Mystery of Edwin Drood, My Fair Lady, The Pirates of Penzance). This theatrical tell-all recounts their 20-year friendship, which lasted until the unimaginable changed everything. When it premiered in 2016, this roller coaster ride of a show captured audiences like none other, prompting Kathie Lee Gifford to enthuse on the Today Show, "They have got such a huge hit on their hands, baby! It's truly one of the most brilliant performances I've ever seen a man give on the stage." Now Dixon brings his delightful storytelling to New York, performing Georgie at the Loft at the Davenport Theatre.
Groundhog Day is the story of Phil Connors, an arrogant Pittsburgh TV weatherman who, when sent to cover the annual Groundhog Day event in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, finds himself caught in a time loop where he is forced to repeat the same day again and again... and again. As each day plays out exactly the same as before Phil becomes increasingly despondent, but is there a lesson to be learned through his experiences, will he ever unlock the secret and break the cycle?
New York City's finest musical improvisers put their heads -- and voices together -- for Happy Karaoke Fun Time, a theatrical showcase at Under St. Marks featuring a brand new, improvised one-act musical each week. The nimble-minded, fleet-footed performers make up scenes, choreography and original lyrics to karaoke songs you know and love, all based on suggestions that you and your fellow audience members shout out. You never know which tracks they'll leap into, remix and make all their own -- pop queens, R&B divas, boy bands and classic crooners are all fair game. This event is recommended for audience members ages 13 and up.
In February 1923, audiences witnessed Broadway's first lesbian kiss at the English-language premiere of God of Vengeance, a play by Yiddish writer Sholem Asch. Days later, the NYPD Vice Squad arrested and prosecuted the entire cast on obscenity charges. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel (How I Learned to Drive) turned this true story into an acclaimed off-Broadway production. And now, after a 40-year career, she'll make her Broadway debut when it comes to the Cort Theater with the celebrated Off-Broadway cast, including stars Katrina Lenk (Once) and Adina Verson (Him). Timely for its depiction of the challenges faced by new American immigrants and hailed for its klezmer-inspired original score, Indecent was named a Critics' Pick by The New York Times, which called it "a superbly realized, remarkably powerful new play."
If you've ever dreamed of seeing Downton Abbey taken over by Monty Python, then you have some very strange dreams, and you'll love The Play That Goes Wrong, the Olivier Award-winning smash comedy direct from London's West End. Chronicling the wild opening night of the Cornley University Drama Society's newest production, The Murder at Haversham Manor, this 1920s whodunit has everything you never wanted in a Broadway show: a ramshackle set, a leading lady with a concussion, and a corpse that refuses to play dead. It all adds up to what The New York Times called a "gut-busting hit" as all-star co-producers Kevin McCollum (Something Rotten!, Rent) and J.J. Abrams (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) bring The Play That Goes Wrong to Broadway's Lyceum Theatre.
Legendary Oscar and Tony Award winner Kevin Kline makes his long-awaited return to Broadway in Noël Coward's outrageous backstage farce Present Laughter. Tony nominee Moritz von Stuelpnagel (Hand to God) directs this comedy about a self-obsessed, middle-aged actor caught between fawning ingenues, crazed playwrights, secret trysts and unexpected twists. Also starring in this irresistible production at the St. James Theatre are Kate Burton (Scandal), Kristine Nielsen (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike) and How I Met Your Mother's Cobie Smulders in her Broadway debut.
Coming soon to Broadway's Booth Theatre, you won't want to to miss Significant Other from Joshua Harmon, writer of the smash hit Bad Jews. Forced to systematically transition from best friend to "bridesman" as each of his girlfriends gets married, Jordan Berman has decided it's time to start looking for a Mr. Right to call his own. This proves, however, to be a most uneasy transition. Join in the laughter -- and occasional awkwardness -- as he wades through a string of workplace crushes, uncomfortable first dates and other romantic misadventures in this richly funny comedy from acclaimed Off Broadway director Trip Cullman and the Roundabout Theatre Company, who brought us last year's Tony Award winner, The Humans.
Inspired by a true story, the play follows the trail of a young black con man, Paul, who insinuates himself into the lives of a wealthy New York couple, Ouisa and Flan Kittredge, saying he knows their son at college. Claiming he's the son of actor Sidney Poitier, Paul tells them he has just been mugged and all his money is gone. Captivated by Paul's intelligence (and the possibility of appearing in his father's new movie), the Kittredges invite him to stay overnight. After finding him in bed with a hustler, their picture of Paul changes, and Ouisa and Flan turn detective trying to piece together the connections that gave him access to their lives. Meanwhile, Paul's cons unexpectedly lead him into darker territory as his lies begin to catch up with him.
Tony Danza and his band combine timeless music with wit, charm, storytelling, a dash of soft shoe and a bit of ukulele in his Feinstein's/54 Below solo debut of Standards & Stories. Perhaps best known for his starring roles on beloved sitcoms Taxi and Who's the Boss, Danza has also established himself as a Broadway star and a cabaret song-and-dance man. Accompanied by his four-piece band, he'll perform a selection of his favorite standards from the Great American Songbook, as well as selections from his starring roll in hit Broadway musical Honeymoon in Vegas. All the while, this New York native will interweave stories about his life and his personal connection to the music.