Here's a list of upcoming Broadway shows
that are now on sale, but have not yet started performances.AIN'T TOO PROUD TO BEG - THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE TEMPTATIONS
: A new musical that follows the Temptations' journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Begins February 28th at Broadway's Imperial Theatre.ALL MY SONS
: In the years following WWII, the Keller family confronts a host of family secrets amidst accusations of war crimes and the impending reality that their MIA son will never return, in this revival of Arthur Miller's classic drama. Begins April 4th at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre.BEETLEJUICE
: A deceased couple attempt to haunt the new inhabitants of their former home and call help by summoning a devious bio-exorcist ghost named Beetlejuice, in a new musical adaptation of Tim Burton's 1988 film. Begins March 28th at Broadway's Winter Garden Theatre.BURN THIS
: A mysterious death brings together two unlikely strangers when their explosive connection sparks a chemistry too fiery to ignore, in a revival of Lanford Wilson’s powerful drama. Begins March 15th at Broadway's Hudson Theatre.GARY: A SEQUEL TO TITUS ANDRONICUS
: Set during the fall of the Roman Empire, Nathan Lane and Andrea Martin star in a new comedy that takes place just after the conclusion of William Shakespeare's first tragedy. Begins March 5th at Broadway's Booth Theatre.HADESTOWN
: A folk opera that offers a new interpretation of Orpheus’ mythical quest to overcome Hades and regain his true love, Eurydice. Begins March 22nd at Broadway's Walter Kerr TheatreHILLARY AND CLINTON
: Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow star in a new play that explores the politics of marriage and gender roles as former First Lady Hillary attempts to salvage her bid for President of the United States during the 2008 primaries. Begins March 16th at Broadway's Golden 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.KING LEAR
: Tony winner Glenda Jackson plays the title role in William Shakepeare's classic drama where a dying monarch disposes of his kingdom by giving bequests to two of his three daughters, bringing tragic consequences for all. Begins February 28th at Broadway's Cort Theatre. MOULIN ROUGE!
: A new stage adaptation of the 2001 Baz Luhrmann film about Christian, a young composer, who ends up falling in love with cabaret actress Satine, the star of the Moulin Rouge. Begins June 28th at Broadway's Al Hirschfeld Theatre.OKLAHOMA!
: A dark reimagining of Rodgers & Hammerstein's iconic musical about a farm girl and her courtship by two rival suitors that also reveals a community circling its wagons against an outsider, and the violence of the frontier that shaped America. Begins March 19th at Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre.TOOTSIE
: A talented but difficult actor struggles to find work until an audacious, desperate stunt lands him the role of a lifetime in a new musical adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1982 film. Begins March 29th at Broadway's Marquis Theatre.WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME
: A new play by actor/playwright Heidi Schreck that combines a recitation of her scholarship-winning high school speech about the Constitution and the personal history of four generations of women in her family. Begins March 14th 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.THE HEIGHT OF THE STORM: During a visit from their daughters, loving couple André and Madeleine find life's complexities begin to unravel around the family in this new drama from Manhattan Theatre Club. Begins September 10 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.