The Broadway Collection welcomes new members Ain't Too ProudBeetlejuiceHadestownHarry Potter and the Cursed Child, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, and Tootsie
  The new musical Hadestown is now on sale for FITs throughSeptember 1, 2019. Tickets as low as $91.05.
  The thrilling and audacious revival of Oklahoma is now on sale for FITs. Limited engagement! Tickets from $49.50.
  AladdinFrozen and The Lion King extended FIT sales through 8/11/2019
  Pretty Woman: The Musical is offering a special group price for members of the American Bus Association
  Ryoko Yonekura returns to Chicago on Broadway for 16 performances only


All Kinds Of Love On Broadway
There’s no better way to spend Valentine’s Day in New York City than at a Broadway show. No matter who you’re spending your day with this year, we’ve found the perfect show for you. 

The Cher Show – Loving Yourself 

When her mother suggested she settle down with a rich man, Cher famously told her, “Mom, I am a rich man.” If there is a role model for self-acceptance—and self-reliance—it’s Cher. 

The Cher Show takes it to the next level, with three performers onstage playing the iconic singer. Though they are all playing the same part... GET THE FULL SCOOP
Video: Audiences Are Roaring For King Kong On Broadway

Hear what audiences are saying about Broadway's larger-than-life show.
This Month's Featured Shows
From $49*
Groups of 12+
The Band's Visit
From $39*
Groups of 12+
Be More Chill
From $49*
Groups of 10+
Blue Man Group
From $59*
Groups of 10+
The Cher Show
From $49*
Groups of 10+
Dear Evan Hansen
From $69*
Groups of 10+
The Ferryman
From $49
Groups of 10+
From $30*
Groups of 10+
King Lear
From $30*
Groups of 10+
Mean Girls
From $99
Groups of 12+
From $49
Groups of 10+
New York City Ballet
From $86.50
Groups of 10+


Friday Staff Picks
Laura’s Pick: The Prom
Laura Recommends: I’m recommending The Prom because it’s a hilarious and moving original show with a positive message, lovable characters, and catchy songs! It’s fun to reminisce about the people we were at that age and how far we’ve come since...

Peter’s Pick: The Ferryman
Peter Recommends: I would recommend The Ferryman for anyone who appreciates an extremely well-crafted play with brilliant, engaging storytelling that will have you thinking about it for weeks afterwards. You feel their struggles, you relate, you yearn for their triumphs... 

Mollie’s Pick: My Fair Lady
Mollie Recommends: I would recommend My Fair Lady for anyone who loves a perfect, classic musical. It’s a lovely escape from the stresses of today, and yet it doesn’t sacrifice a modern message of growth and self-worth, and of understanding your own capacity for change and empathy... 

Fiddler on the Roof (A Fidler Afn Dakh) 

Student Rates from $49


Why We're Talking About This Show:
It's one of the most celebrated musicals of all time as you've never seen it before: Fiddler on the Roof—in Yiddish*. The classic story of a community struggling to balance traditions and desires in a changing world comes joyfully to life in this new production. After delighting audiences at the Museum of Jewish Heritage (and selling out after multiple extensions) Fiddler on the Roof is now coming to Stage 42! Believe us when we say you won't want to miss this remarkable retelling of the celebration of Jewish culture. 

*Presented with English supertitles.Fiddler on the Roof (A Fidler Afn Dakh) VideoPlease call or visit us online for specific group rates. Blackout dates may apply. Prices, payment policies, dates and times are subject to change without notice. All sales final. No exchanges or refunds. Additional restrictions may apply. Offers may be revoked without notice. 


from  NYTimes.com Section: Theater  

‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Wins 6 Tony Awards; Bette Midler Is Best Leading Actress

• “Dear Evan Hansen” was the big winner of the night, winning best new musical at the 2017 Tony Awards on Sunday. • “Oslo,” a crackling drama about the little-known back story behind the 1993 Middle East

 -  - Theater - Print Headline: "‘Dear Evan Hansen’ and ‘Oslo’ Top Tonys"

• “Dear Evan Hansen” was the big winner of the night, winning best new musical at the 2017 Tony Awards on Sunday.

• “Oslo,” a crackling drama about the little-known back story behind the 1993 Middle East peace talks, won the hard-fought competition for best new play.

• The new musical “Come From Away” won a prize for its director Christopher Ashley, while Rebecca Taichman won a directing award for the play “Indecent.”

• Cynthia Nixon, of “Sex and the City” fame, was recognized for her role in “The Little Foxes,” while Laurie Metcalf, best known for “Roseanne,” won for “A Doll’s House, Part 2.”