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The best of Broadway was celebrated during last night’s Tony Awards.
“A Strange Loop” was named the best musical while “The Lehman Trilogy” nabbed the prize for best play. Another big winner was “Company,” which took home five prizes including best revival of a musical, a bittersweet moment considering the death of the show’s creator Stephen Sondheim only seven months ago.
Tony winners often enjoy an uptick in ticket sales following the awards show. Nearly every show running on Broadway already saw a huge jump in box office sales in the final week of the 2021-2022 season. “A Strange Loop,” which follows the meta tale of a Black gay man (Michael R. Jackson) writing a musical about a Black gay man writing a musical, can expect to see a surge in ticket sales after last night. “The Lehman Trilogy,” which follows the epic rise and fall of the infamous Lehman brothers, won’t be able to capitalize on its victory, however, since the show ended its limited run in January.
That being said, plenty of shows that were shut out at the Tonys can still be expected to see continued box office success. “The Music Man,” for example, can be expected to continue selling out seats thanks to Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster’s high-wattage star power despite not taking home any wins last night.
Below, find tickets for every Broadway show playing right now:
SYNOPSIS: The Pulitzer Prize-winning new musical from Michael R. Jackson, is the semi-autobiographical tale of a Black queer writer working a job he hates while writing a musical.
WHERE: Lyceum Theatre
TICKETS: Tickets are currently available, starting at $80 a piece.
SYNOPSIS: The gender-swapped revival of Stephen Sondheim’s 1970 musical comedy won
WHERE: Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre
TICKETS: ‘Company’ will begin previews on Dec. 20 and open on Jan. 9. Tickets are currently on sale for shows through the end of June 2022.
SYNOPSIS: A new musical inspired by the life of Michael Jackson will have its world premiere when it begins preview performances later this year.
WHERE: Neil Simon Theater
TICKETS: Tickets are available now after opening last month.
SYNOPSIS: Set in New York City during the Civil War, the historical drama musical follows conflict between Irish Americans and Black Americans.
TICKETS: Tickets are currently available, starting at $105 apiece.
SYNOPSIS: After earning a million dollars during its first week of previews at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, “Six” was hours away from officially opening before the COVID-19 shutdown went into effect on March 12. This wildly original stage production is like watching a pop concert starring the six ex-wives of Henry VIII.
WHERE: Brooks Atkinson Theatre
TICKETS: The musical will finally debut on Broadway starting on Sept. 17 with opening night set for Oct. 3. Tickets are currently available for shows through March 2022.
SYNOPSIS: Elphaba and the witches of the Land of Oz returned to Broadway in September.
WHERE: Gershwin Theatre
TICKETS: Starting at $144 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through March 2022.
WHERE: August Wilson Theatre
TICKETS: Tickets are currently available, starting at $393.
SYNOPSIS: Baz Luhrman’s legendary film comes to life in this enchanting and glitzy musical, following the same 19th century forbidden love story from the 2001 movie.
WHERE: Al Hirschfield Theater
TICKETS: Tickets are currently available through April 10, 2022 starting at $139.
WHERE: Lunt-Fontanne Theater
TICKETS: Tickets are currently available through June 12, 2022 starting at $131 apiece.
SYNOPSIS: Boasting six Tony Awards, “Dear Evan Hansen” stars Ben Platt as an anxious and isolated high school student who finds himself at a crossroads when a letter he wrote for a creative writing class is mistaken for an ongoing correspondence with a former student who took his own life.
WHERE: Music Box Theater
TICKETS: Tickets are currently available through 2022, starting at $152.
SYNOPSIS: The Tony-winning musical, written by celebrated singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell, returned to the stage on Sept. 3. The acclaimed show is a love story at its heart, following the mythical tales of two intertwining couples, Orpheus and Eurydice, and King Hades and his wife Persephone.
WHERE: Walter Kerr Theater
TICKETS: Starting at $173 apiece, tickets are currently available for shows through July, 2022.
SYNOPSIS: Hugh Jackman said the team behind “The Music Man” revival is rebuilding after Scott Rudin stepped back from Broadway productions in the wake of his workplace abuse allegations. After a year of waiting, Jackman and co-star Sutton Foster will return to the stage in late 2021.
WHERE: Winter Garden Theatre
TICKETS: Previews begin on Dec. 20 and opening night is slated for Feb. 10. Starting at $99 apiece, tickets are currently available for shows through July 2022.
SYNOPSIS: Real-life couple Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker return to the classic Neil Simon comedy, playing three different sets of couples in one iconic hotel room: a long-married pair whose relationship is starting to sour, high school sweethearts who are in it for the long run and the mother and father of the bride ready to celebrate their daughter’s nuptials.
WHERE: Hudson Theatre
TICKETS: Previews begin Feb. 25 with opening night set for March 28. Tickets are available starting at $99.
SYNOPSIS: Based on Tim Burton’s 1988 film of the same name, the hilarious musical centers around Lydia Deetz, whose life changes when she meets a deceased couple and demon.
WHERE: Samuel J. Friedman
TICKETS: The popular music returns April 8, 2022 with tickets are currently available starting at $125.
SYNOPSIS: Set in the week following the Sept. 11 attacks, “Come From Away” tells the true story of what happened when 38 planes — filled with 7,000 stranded passengers — were ordered to unexpectedly land in Canada’s small town of Gander in Newfoundland. It opened on Broadway in 2017 and received seven Tony nominations, including best musical.
WHERE: Schoenfeld Theatre
TICKETS: While Apple TV Plus announced that they will be releasing a filmed version of the play, the popular musical returned to Broadway in September. Starting at $49 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through the end of June 2022.
SYNOPSIS: A musical celebration inspired by the tenth studio album by British-American rock legend and former leader of the The Talking Heads, David Byrne.
STARRING: David Byrne,
WHERE: Broadway’s Hudson Theatre
TICKETS: The show will return to Broadway on Sept. 17 with tickets starting at $99 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through Jan. 2022.
SYNOPSIS: Inspired by the 1993 Robin Williams movie, the musical reimagines the story of a divorced dad who pretends to be a elderly Scottish woman so he can remain close to his estranged children.
WHERE: Stephen Sondheim Theatre
TICKETS: After playing three preview performances before the COVID-19 lockdown, the musical based on the beloved 1993 Robin Williams film is slated to open on Broadway on Dec. 5. Starting at $49 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for preview shows starting on Oct. 21.
SYNOPSIS: The musical based on the 1992 Disney animated film will make its first post-COVID appearance at Broadway’s New Amsterdam Theatre on Sept. 28
WHERE: New Amsterdam Theatre
TICKETS: Starting at $57 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through June 2022.
SYNOPSIS: The longest-running American musical in Broadway history has returned with the razzle dazzle. The Tony-winning revival tells the story of two women in Chicago who will use absolutely anything at their disposal to stay on the front page of the local newspaper, from behind prison bars.
WHERE: Ambassador Theatre
TICKETS: Starting at $49.50 a piece, tickets are currently on sale for subsequent weekends and holiday weeks through Feb. 6.
SYNOPSIS: After Disney Plus released a live recording of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical during quarantine, the show will make its return to Broadway on Sept. 14
WHERE: Richard Rodgers Theatre
TICKETS: Starting at $149 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through June 5, 2022.
SYNOPSIS: King Mufasa, Simba, Scar and the rest of the animals from the Pride Lands of Africa will return to Broadway on Sept. 14.
WHERE: Minskoff Theatre
TICKETS: Starting at $149 apiece, tickets are currently on sale for shows through August 2022.
SYNOPSIS: The longest-running show on Broadway, which opened on Jan. 26, 1988, will return to the stage starting on Oct. 22.
WHERE: Majestic Theatre
TICKETS: Starting at $29 apiece, tickets are currently available for shows through March 2022.
SYNOPSIS: Following Armie Hammer’s departure and ongoing renovations at the Cort Theatre, the Tracy Letts play will return to Broadway on March 15 — two years after its originally intended opening.
WHERE: Studio 54
TICKETS: Tickets are currently available, starting at $65 apiece.