Here's a list of upcoming Broadway shows
that are now on sale, but have not yet started performances.AMELIE
: A new musical adaptation of the Academy Award-winning 2001 French film about a lonely French waitress who decides to act as a secret wish-fulfiller to the people who live around her. Begins March 9th at Broadway's Walter Kerr Theatre.A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2
: Tony Award nominee Laurie Metcalf and Oscar winner Chris Cooper star in a sequel to Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll’s House," beginning April 1st at Broadway's Golden Theatre.ANASTASIA
: From the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris, a new romantic musical about a brave young woman attempting to discover the mystery of her past. Begins March 28th at Broadway's Broadhurst Theatre.BANDSTAND
: A new Swing-era musical that follows a group of World War II veterans who come together in 1945 to create a swing band for a national radio competition. Begins March 31st at Broadway's Jacobs Theatre.CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
: Young Charlie Bucket wins the opportunity to visit the world famous chocolate factory of candy inventor Willy Wonka in this musical adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic tale. Begins March 28th at Broadway's Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.GROUNDHOG DAY
: A cynical Pittsburgh TV weatherman finds himself caught in a time loop, forced to repeat the same day until he gets it right in this musical adaptation of the 1993 film. Begins March 28th at Broadway's August Wilson Theatre.HELLO DOLLY!
: Bette Midler returns to Broadway as outspoken matchmaker Dolly Levi in a revival of this multiple award-winning musical classic. Begins March 15th at Broadway's Shubert Theatre.INDECENT
: A new drama that follows the history of a controversial Broadway play and the artists that risked everything to perform it, beginning April 4th at Broadway's Cort Theatre.LILLIAN HELLMAN'S THE LITTLE FOXES
: Three-time Tony nominee Laura Linney and Tony winner Cynthia Nixon star in Lillian Hellman's classic play about greed and ambition. Begins March 29th at Broadway's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.MISS SAIGON
: Direct from its smash London run, a revival of the award-winning musical love story set in 1975 during the final days of the American occupation of Saigon. Begins March 1st at the Broadway Theatre.OSLO
: Lincoln Center Theater presents a darkly comic political thriller about the secret talks that led to the 1993 peace agreement between Israel and the PLO. Begins March 23rd at Broadway's Vivian Beaumont Theatre.PRESENT LAUGHTER
: Oscar and two-time Tony winner Kevin Kline stars in a revival of Noel Coward's backstage comedy, beginning March 10th at Broadway's St. James Theatre.SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION
: A young man cons his way into the lives of a wealthy New York couple in this revival of John Guare’s award-winning play. beginning April 5th at Broadway's Barrymore Theatre.SWEAT
: A stunning new play about the collision of race, class, family and friendship, and the tragic, unintended costs of community without opportunity. Begins March 4th at Broadway's Studio 54.THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG
: A hit in London's West End, a new comedy about a company of hapless actors making a disastrous attempt to stage a 1920s murder mystery. Begins March 9th at Broadway's Lyceum Theatre.WAR PAINT
: Two-time Tony Award winners Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole star in a new musical that tells the remarkable story of cosmetics titans Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden. Begins March 7th at Broadway's Nederlander Theatre.
Here's another list (possibly incomplete, and always a work-in-progress) of upcoming Broadway shows
that have venues reserved and opening dates scheduled, but are not yet on sale to the general public.MARVIN'S ROOM: Scott McPherson’s widely acclaimed comedy-drama that follows two estranged sisters reunited after 18 years when one is diagnosed with leukemia begins June 8th at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre.
PRINCE OF BROADWAY: A musical revue featuring highlights from the career of master showman Harold Prince begins August 3rd at Broadway's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
When contemplating anticipated Broadway shows, it is good to remember what they say about the best laid plans of mice and men - so please don't build a vacation around any of these productions.
For a safer bet, consider current Broadway shows on sale to the general public right now.