Here's a list of upcoming Broadway shows
that are now on sale, but have not yet started performances.GETTIN' THE BAND BACK TOGETHER
: After losing his job on Wall Street, 40-year-old Mitch Shapiro reconnects with his high school friends, putting their old band back together and entering a high-stakes Battle of the Bands. Begins July 19th, 2018 at Broadway's Belasco Theatre.HEAD OVER HEELS
: A new musical about a royal family that must prevent an oracle's prophecy of doom, featuring the songs of the all-female rock band the Go-Go's, Begins June 23rd at Broadway's Hudson Theatre.KING KONG
: Based on the 1932 novel and 1933 film, a new musical stage adaptaton with a contemporary take on the classic tale of beauty and the beast. Begins October 5th at the Broadway Theatre.PRETTY WOMAN THE MUSICAL
: A new musical based on the beloved 1990 romantic comedy about a businessman who unexpectedly falls for a down-on-her-luck Hollywood call girl after hiring her as an escort. Begins July 20th at Broadway's Nederlander Theater.STRAIGHT WHITE MEN
: Ed and his three adult sons ring in Christmas by contemplating the value of straight white men in a society driven by conversations of identity and privilege in this new drama. Begins June 29th at Broadway's Helen Hayes Theatre.THE FERRYMAN
: In rural Northern Ireland in 1981, the annual harvest is interrupted by a visitor in a new play by Tony nominee Jez Butterworth. Begins October 2nd at Broadway's Jacobs Theatre.THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT
: Based on a true story, Daniel Radcliffe stars in a new play about a magazine fact checker assigned to a groundbreaking piece about a Las Vegas teenager who committed suicide, and finds most of the story to be fabricated. Begins September 20th at Broadway's Studio 54.THE PROM
: When Broadway’s brassiest stars get word that a student is unceremoniously sidelined from a small-town Indiana prom - and that the press is involved - they gear up to save the day in a new musical. Begins October 23rd at Broadway's Cort Theatre.TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
: Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin's stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning semi-autobiographical novel about racial injustice in a small Alabama town in the mid 1930s. Begins November 1st at Broadway's Shubert Theatre.TORCH SONG
: A drag performer navigates both the liberation and assimilation of gay men in 1980s New York, as well as a back-and-forth plea for respect from his overbearing mother in a revival of Harvey Fierstein’s powerful play. Begins October 9th at Broadway's Hayes 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.BERNHARDT/HAMLET: Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe, Tony, and Olivier Award winner Janet McTeer stars in a new play set against the lavish, late 19th century production of Hamlet starring Sarah Bernhardt in her make-or-break role. Begins September 1st at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre.
INK: Set in 1969 London, a new play that follows a brash, young Rupert Murdoch on the verge of founding the U.K.’s most influential newspaper. Begins April 2nd at Broadway's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.
THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT: Based on a true story, Daniel Radcliffe stars in a new play about a magazine fact checker assigned to a groundbreaking piece about a Las Vegas teenager who committed suicide, and finds most of the story to be fabricated. Begins September 20th at Broadway's Studio 54.
THE WAVERLY GALLERY: A memory play that centers around a boutique art gallery in Greenwich Village, the elderly woman with Alzheimer's disease who runs it, her family who struggles to care for her, and a building owner who aims to turn the gallery into a café. Begins September 25th at Broadway's Golden Theatre.
THE CHER SHOW: A new juxebox musical that tells the story of the early life and career of music icon Cher, using the songs in her memorable catalog. Begins November 1 at Broadway's Neil Simon Theatre.
TRUE WEST: Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano star as two brothers who reunite to discuss their mother's recently abandoned house, leading to the airing of old resentments and some unexpected twists in their relationship, in a revival of Sam Shepard's classic drama. Begins December 27 at Broadway's American Airlines 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.