Lin-Manuel Miranda's hip-hop infused tuner about Alexander Hamilton began at The Public Theater to rave reviews, then transferred to Broadway where it won eleven 2016 Tony Awards including Best Musical.
In Julie Taymor's Tony Award winning retelling of Disney's animated hit, puppets and live actors weave a dreamscape of jungle characters, creating the story of young Simba's rise to the throne.
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic comes to Broadway for a 10-week limited engagement in the City Center production starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford.
From the creators of 'South Park,' a Tony Award-winning, bawdy, irreverent, hilarious, and heartfelt musical about two missionaries sent to deepest, darkest Africa to spread the good word.
In this classic musical - the longest running in Broadway history - a hideously deformed man lives in the cellars of the Paris Opera and takes a beautiful soprano as a student.
After a hit run last summer at Lincoln Center Theater's Off-Broadway house, J.T. Rogers' world premiere drama about the behind-the-scenes maneuvering that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords transfers to Broadway.
Inspired by a 70-page slice of Tolstoy’s 'War and Peace,' this immersive, Off-Broadway hit transfers to the Main Stem with recording star Josh Groban in his Broadway debut.
Set in the swing-fueled nightclubs of post-WWII America, this against-all-odds story of a singer/songwriter and his band of mismatched fellow vets comes to Broadway. Starring two-time Tony nominee Laura Osnes.
From the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, this new musical is the romantic, adventure-filled story of a brave young woman attempting to discover the mystery of her past.
Direct from its hit London run, this musicalization of the beloved Bill Murray movie comes to Broadway starring Tony nominee Andy Karl. With songs by Tim Minchin ('Matilda') and directed by Tony winner Matthew Warchus.
The comedic and heart-wrenching off-Broadway hit moves to Broadway and takes us back into the trenches of single life in the city, reminding us that you can’t hurry love—no matter how much you wish you could.