See Your Favorite Shows During Broadway Week 2022
Updated: Feb 2, 2022
Following Broadway's hiatus due to COVID-19, many shows are eager for audiences to return while following proper vaccination and mask guidelines.
With Broadway's comeback underway, NYC Broadway Week has returned to help encourage people to come back to the theatre and see their favorite shows by offering prime, two-for-one deals on tickets. Theatergoers also have the opportunity to upgrade their seats for a special price.
There are currently 16 productions offering Broadway Week specials, which will be available through February 13:
The 2022 revival of the Stephen Sondheim musical stars Patti Lupone.
See the live adaptation of the popular 2001 film.
"Defy Gravity" with Elphaba during this "Popular," heartwarming musical.
The immersive production tells the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice in a unique way.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The magical play is performed in two parts. Muggles are permitted to attend.
The Book of Mormon
The hilarious musical, helmed by the writers of South Park, continues to entertain audience members of all ages.
The Manhattan Theatre Club's newest production is directed by Tony-winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson and stars Phylicia Rashad.
The biographical musical features some of the pop star's biggest and most memorable hits.
David Byrne's new, groundbreaking production offers a refreshing take on the modern musical.
Dear Evan Hansen
Easily one of the most popular original musicals of recent years, the musical takes intense subject matter and makes it both approachable and relatable.
Tina: The Tina Turner Musical
Developed in collaboration with Ms. Turner herself, the jukebox musical tells of the life and times of the Grammy-winning singer.
The Lion King
Join Simba and Nala on a musical adventure that is as visually mesmerizing as it is musically and vocally.
The Phantom of the Opera
The longest-running show in Broadway history continues to enthrall audiences with its music, set design, and special effects.
For over 20 years, the revival of the Kander and Ebb musical has jazzed up the New York theater scene.
Come from Away
Based on a true story, the musical tells of what transpired after 38 planes were forced to land on 9/11.
The hit musical comedy is based on the classic 1992 animated Disney film starring Robin Williams.
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