Catch the Excitement: Must-See Broadway Premieres of 2024

Broadway’s 2024 Lineup: A Fresh Wave of Excitement

As the new year dawns, Broadway buzzes with anticipation as producers unveil a diverse array of productions, including groundbreaking new musicals, award-winning plays, and eagerly awaited revivals. Theater aficionados can anticipate stage adaptations of beloved films, inventive reinterpretations of timeless classics, and innovative pieces inspired by subjects ranging from turn-of-the-century suffragettes to contemporary gender-fluid social media icons.

Adding to the excitement is the stellar cast lineup, featuring TV and film luminaries such as Steve Carell, Liev Schreiber, Tyne Daly, Rachel McAdams, Alison Pill, Eddie Redmayne, Jeremy Strong, and Michael Imperioli, sharing the stage with Broadway icons like Kelli O’Hara, Brian D’Arcy James, Eden Espinosa, Bebe Neuwirth, Alfred Molina, and Jayne Houdyshell.

While the following list includes officially announced shows, there’s also anticipation surrounding London’s smash hit production of “Sunset Blvd,” starring former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, rumored to open just in time for the Tony Awards this spring. Stay tuned for more updates!


Prayer for the French Republic

Friedman Theater Welcomes Award-Winning Drama: A Deep Dive into History, Home, and Ancient Prejudices

Marking its Broadway premiere after securing the 2022 Drama Desk Award for Best Play, this compelling production offers a sweeping exploration of history, home, and the enduring impact of age-old animosities. With sharp wit and thought-provoking narrative, the play traces the journey of five generations of a French-Jewish family. Performances commence on January 9th.

Days of Wine and Roses

Studio 54 Presents: A Captivating Musical Journey with Kelli O’Hara and Brian D’Arcy James

Tony Award-winning actress Kelli O’Hara and Drama Desk Award-winner Brian D’Arcy James headline composer Adam Guettel’s musical rendition of the beloved 1962 film, portraying a couple’s tumultuous love story amidst the backdrop of 1960s New York City, as they grapple with their inner struggles. Performances kick off on January 6th.



American Airlines Theater Presents: Liev Schreiber and Tyne Daly in John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning Drama

Broadway welcomes back Liev Schreiber and Tyne Daly in John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece. Set in a Catholic school, the gripping drama follows a principal navigating the blurred lines between truth and fiction, grappling with profound uncertainties. Performances commence on February 2nd.

The Notebook, the musical

Schoenfeld Theater Presents: An Emotional Journey of Love in a New Musical

Embark on a poignant exploration of love’s resilience in this new musical adaptation, inspired by a best-selling novel that captivated audiences in its 2004 film rendition. Witness the enduring devotion of a young couple from disparate backgrounds as they navigate life’s challenges, bound together by an unbreakable bond. Performances commence on February 10th.

Water for Elephants, a new musical

Imperial Theater Presents: A Dazzling Journey of Discovery in a Spectacle-Filled Musical

Prepare to be enchanted by a breathtaking new musical that follows the journey of a young man navigating the uncertainties of life. Join him as he discovers a sense of belonging with the extraordinary troupe of a travelling circus, encountering a world of wonder, adventure, and unexpected love. Performances begin on February 24th.

An Enemy of the People

Circle in the Square Presents: Jeremy Strong and Michael Imperioli in a Riveting Revival of Ibsen’s Classic

Don’t miss Jeremy Strong (“Succession”) and Michael Imperioli (“The White Lotus”) as they join forces in a compelling revival of Ibsen’s timeless masterpiece. Follow the gripping tale of a small-town doctor who uncovers a looming catastrophe threatening his close-knit community, only to face silence from his own brother. Performances start on February 27th.

My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do?)

Lyceum Theater Presents: Rob Madge’s Heartwarming and Side-Splitting Tribute to Identity and Family

Direct from its sold-out run in London, Rob Madge brings a triumphant and uproarious celebration of identity, creativity, and the unbreakable bond between parent and child to the Lyceum Theater. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable journey. Performances start on February 27th.


The Who’s Tommy, the musical

Nederlander Theater Welcomes the Return of Iconic Characters in a Thrilling Revival

Get ready for the long-awaited return of iconic characters like The Pinball Wizard, Cousin Kevin, Sally Simpson, Uncle Ernie, and the Acid Queen to Broadway’s Nederlander Theater. Following a highly acclaimed revival that drew sold-out crowds at Chicago’s renowned Goodman Theater, this top-flight production promises to captivate audiences once again. Performances kick off on March 8th.

The Outsiders, a new musical

Jacobs Theater Presents: A Compelling New Musical Adaptation of a Timeless Tale

Derived from S.E. Hinton’s acclaimed novel and Francis Ford Coppola’s iconic film, this gripping new musical at the Jacobs Theater delves into the enduring bonds between brothers and the universal aspirations we all harbor. Through a fresh lens, it revitalizes the timeless narrative of social divides, the struggle to safeguard what’s yours, and the fight for a better future. Performances commence on March 16th.


Longacre Theater Presents: A Vibrant Exploration of Tamara de Lempicka’s Life in a Pop-Infused Musical

Experience the captivating journey of renowned painter Tamara de Lempicka in this exhilarating new musical at the Longacre Theater. Through a pop-infused score, the production boldly delves into the complexities of a world in turmoil, a woman ahead of her time, and an artist whose legacy resonates in the modern era. Don’t miss the chance to witness her story unfold on stage. Performances start on March 19th.


Music Box Theater Presents: A Stirring Tribute to Women’s Suffrage in a New Musical by Shaina Taub

Step into history with a remarkable new musical at the Music Box Theater, chronicling the passage of the 19th Amendment and the courageous female activists who championed the cause of equality. From the visionary composer Shaina Taub comes an inspiring tale of perseverance and triumph, celebrating the relentless efforts that transformed a dream of suffrage into a lasting reality. Performances commence on March 26th.

The Great Gatsby

The Broadway Theater Presents: An Enchanting Musical Journey into the World of Jay Gatsby

Experience the allure and tragedy of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s iconic novel brought to life in a new musical adaptation at The Broadway Theater. Follow the enigmatic and wealthy Jay Gatsby as he navigates his relentless pursuit of the woman he has loved since his youth. Prepare to be captivated by this timeless tale of love, ambition, and the pursuit of the American Dream. Performances start on March 29th.

The Heart of Rock and Roll

James Earl Jones Theater Presents: Huey Lewis’s Hit-Filled Romantic Comedy Musical

Get ready for a high-energy romantic comedy musical at the James Earl Jones Theater, featuring the iconic hits of 1980s hitmaker Huey Lewis. Join a couple of thirty-somethings as they navigate life’s twists and turns, discovering unexpected love and laughter along the way. With Lewis’s infectious tunes, this raucous production promises an unforgettable journey filled with heart and humor. Performances kick off on March 29th.

The Wiz

Marquis Theater Presents: A Spectacular Reimagining of “The Wizard of Oz”

Join Dorothy, The Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion as they return to Broadway in an exhilarating new production at the Marquis Theater. Experience the magic of Oz like never before in the first completely reimagined adaptation of this beloved classic in nearly 50 years. With fresh perspective and dazzling creativity, this production promises to enchant audiences of all ages. Performances begin on March 29th.


Hell’s Kitchen 

Shubert Theater Presents: Alicia Keys’ Broadway Debut in a Coming-of-Age Musical

Grammy Award-winning artist Alicia Keys makes her composing debut on Broadway with a heartfelt coming-of-age musical at the Shubert Theater. Inspired by her own upbringing in Manhattan’s vibrant Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, the production explores themes of chasing dreams and discovering one’s voice. Featuring new compositions by Keys alongside her iconic anthems, this musical promises to resonate with audiences as a testament to resilience and self-discovery. Performances commence on April 1st.


August Wilson Theater Presents: Immersive Revival of Kander and Ebb’s Classic Musical

Experience the return of London’s acclaimed immersive production of Kander and Ebb’s classic musical at Broadway’s August Wilson Theatre. Step into a decadent sanctuary where artists, performers, misfits, and outsiders reign supreme in this exhilarating journey. With a vibrant atmosphere and unforgettable performances, this revival promises to captivate audiences from start to finish. Performances start on April 1st.


Barrymore Theater Presents: A Riveting Drama Chronicling Vladimir Putin’s Ascent

Witness the gripping narrative chronicling Vladimir Putin’s journey to power in the aftermath of the Soviet Union’s collapse in this compelling drama at the Barrymore Theater. From the acclaimed writer of “The Crown,” delve into Putin’s complex power struggle with billionaire Boris Berezovsky. With intrigue and suspense, this production promises to offer an insightful exploration of political ambition and influence. Performances commence on April 2nd.

Mary Jane

Friedman Theater Presents: A Heartwarming Tale of Resilience and Community

Join us at the Friedman Theater for a poignant story of strength and hope as a single mother navigates life’s challenges with unwavering optimism and humor. Surrounded by the support of her makeshift family of women, she tackles each day with determination. Starring Academy Award-nominee Rachel McAdams, this inspiring production celebrates the power of resilience and the bonds of community. Performances begin on April 2nd.

Uncle Vanya

Vivian Beaumont Theater Presents: A Star-Studded Revival of Chekhov’s Masterpiece

Get ready for an unforgettable theatrical experience as Steve Carell makes his Broadway debut alongside a stellar cast of TV, film, and stage veterans, including Alison Pill, Anika Noni Rose, and Alfred Molina. In this new translation of Anton Chekhov’s classic drama, delve into the lives of a rural family whose steady routine is upended by unexpected disruptions. With a powerhouse ensemble and fresh perspective, this production promises to captivate audiences from start to finish. Performances kick off on April 2nd.

Mother Play

Helen Hayes Theater Presents: Paula Vogel’s Riveting New Play Starring Jessica Lange, Jim Parsons, and Celia Keenan Bolger

Join us at the Helen Hayes Theater for a compelling journey into the complexities of family dynamics in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel’s latest work. Featuring powerhouse performances by Jessica Lange, Jim Parsons, and Tony Award-winner Celia Keenan Bolger, this bitingly funny and unflinchingly honest play explores the enduring grip our families have on us and the unexpected revelations that emerge when we confront our past. Don’t miss the start of performances on April 2nd.


Golden Theater Presents: Intimate Musical Delving into the 1970s Music Scene

Experience the captivating world of the mid-1970s music industry in this intimate musical, hailed as “relentlessly compelling” by The New York Times during its Off-Broadway run at Playwrights Horizons. Join us at the Golden Theater for a behind-the-scenes glimpse of romance, infighting, and the rise of a solo star amidst the backdrop of drug use and ambition. Don’t miss the start of performances on April 3rd.

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