What Broadway shows are opening and when

What Broadway shows are opening and when
TKTS station in New York City's theater district. Photo: Paul Sableman.

The bright lights of Broadway are readying their bulbs after Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced earlier this May that theaters could reopen at 100% capacity starting Sept. 14. Though required health precautions remain unclear, shows have started to book their reopen dates.

Here’s a list of Broadway productions that have officially announced their return. This page will be updated as we confirm more openings. And while you wait for tickets, be sure to check out our series “Broadway Sandwich” for a behind-the-scenes look at what happens between matinee and evening show performances.

June 26

“Springteen on Broadway”


Aug. 4

“Pass Over”


Sept. 2

“Hadestown”


Sept. 14

“Chicago”

“Hamilton”

“Lackawanna Blues”

“The Lion King”

“Wicked”


Sept. 17

“American Utopia”

“Six”


Sept. 21

“Come From Away”


Sept. 24

“Moulin Rouge! The Musical”


Sept. 25

“The Lehman Trilogy”


Sept. 28

“Aladdin”


Oct. 1

“Thoughts of a Colored Man”


Oct. 5

“To Kill a Mockingbird”


Oct. 7

“Freestyle Love Supreme”


Oct. 8

“Caroline, or Change”

“Tina: The Tina Turner Musical”


Oct. 13

“Girl From the North Country”


Oct. 16

“Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations”


Oct. 21

“Jagged Little Pill”

Mrs. Doubtfire”


Oct. 22

“The Phantom of the Opera”


Oct. 29

“Trouble in Mind”


Nov. 2

“Diana”


Nov. 4

“Flying Over Sunset”


Nov. 5

“The Book of Mormon”


Dec. 6

“MJ the Musical”


Dec. 11

“Dear Evan Hansen”


Dec. 20

“Company”

“The Music Man”


Dec. 21

“Skeleton Crew”


Feb. 22, 2022

“Paradise Square”


March 2022

“The Minutes”
Exact date to be announced


March 18, 2022

“Birthday Candles”


March 29, 2022

“How I Learned to Drive”

Top Image: TKTS station in New York City's theater district. Photo: Paul Sableman.