2015 is here, and there's no better way to celebrate than with Broadway tickets! From the classics like Phantom of the Opera and Wicked to new productions like Larry David's comical Fish in the Dark and Jez Butterworth's eerie The River starring Hugh Jackman, we've got the Broadway tickets you're looking for to warm up this year. Check out the highlights below or browse the entire list of Broadway events, and buy your theatre tickets today!
The Book of Mormon - The controversial hit musical from the creators of South Park takes you to Uganda with a pair of Mormon missionaries.
Aladdin - One of Disney's most beloved films has come to life on the stage! Don't miss this exciting musical at the New Amsterdam Theater.
Fish in the Dark - Larry David, co-creator of Seinfeld, brings us a situational comedy about 15 distinct characters forced to deal with a recent death.
Wicked - Follow Elphaba and Glinda, the witches of Oz, as they learn the meaning of goodness and friendship in this celebrated musical.
Motown: The Musical - Take a trip down memory lane with this Tony Award-winning Broadway jukebox musical sensation!
The River - Hugh Jackman is back on Broadway in this mysterious play about a couple who ventures to a secluded cabin in the woods.
Phantom of the Opera - This Andrew Lloyd Webber classic has been one of the most popular shows in Broadway history, so buy your tickets soon!
Cabaret - See the incredibly talented Emma Stone as Sally Bowles and the awe-inspiring Alan Cumming as Emcee in this beautiful Broadway production.
It's Only a Play - Matthew Broderick and Rupert Grint star in this uproarious production centered around the opening of a play in .... Manhattan!
The Elephant Man - Based on the life of Joseph Merrick, who suffered severe deformities and was displayed as a human curiosity, this play is poignant.
The Lion King - The story of Simba and his friends comes to life in this amazing, award-winning production that's fun for the whole family. Hakuna Matata!
Beautiful: The Carole King Musical - Carole King's rise from obscure teenager to music legend is told in this acclaimed drama penned by King herself.
Broadway is buzzing after its highest-grossing season in history, and this year is shaping up to be even more exciting! Kinky Boots and Matilda were top-selling musicals last year, and Hollywood stars studded productions of Cabaret and Hedwig and the Angry Inch. The folky indie musical Once proved to be the star of the 2012 Tony Awards, nabbing eight, and the riotously funny Book of Mormon, about Mormon missionaries finding their way in a poverty-stricken Ugandan village, is still going strong after its nine 2011 Tony wins as well. For some good, old-fashioned Disney fun, check out the spirited Newsies, which has received rave reviews!
Clearly, there are a bunch of great new shows, but don't forget about the tried-and-true staples of Broadway, including: the magical Wicked, the story of the witches of Oz before Dorothy came to town; the nostalgic Jersey Boys, about the rise and fall of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons; the hummable Mamma Mia!, featuring the songs of ABBA; the dramatic Phantom of the Opera, about a mysterious, deformed man's relationship with a beautiful, young ingenue; and the sinful Chicago, about femmes fatales trying to get away with murder. For some family-friendly hits, try The Lion King, based on the Disney movie about a young lion cub growing into his destiny and saving his people. For a rockin' time, try the perennial hit jukebox musical Rock of Ages.
If you've already seen everything you care to see on Broadway, why not take a peek at what Off-Broadway has to offer. You might just be surprised at the quality you see there. Off-Broadway shows are often edgier and more experimental, perfect for the theater buff and the curious patron.
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