Where to Buy Tickets for Every Broadway Show This Season: ‘The Notebook,’ ‘Kimberly Akimbo,’ ‘Wicked’ and More

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With a new season of Broadway upon us, there are a number of new productions that audiences are excited to see this spring, including “Uncle Vanya” (opens April 2) with Steve Carell, William Jackson Harper, Alfred Molina, Alison Pill and others, as well as the new show based on Sufjan Stevens’ 2005 indie rock classic “Illinoise” (opens April 24).

Meanwhile, favorites like “Kimberly Akimbo,” the off-beat story of a teenager who has a medical condition that causes her to age rapidly, which also won the Tony Award for best musical last year, is still delighting audiences.

If you’re looking to check out old and new favorites on Broadway, we found affordable tickets available on Vivid Seats. A few Tony Award-winners are also still running, such as “MJ” and “Six: The Musical,” while long-running classics like “Moulin Rouge!” and “Wicked” have tickets available through the rest of the summer.

Below, find tickets for Broadway shows playing right now, below:

SYNOPSIS: After being delayed by the pandemic in 2022 after a buzzy Chicago run at the Shakespeare Theater, the musical adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks romance novel and iconic 2004 romance film starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams is finally coming to Broadway. The new version of this much-loved tale jumps through time to tell the story of the enduring love between the characters Allie and Noah. In the live show, different actors play the various versions of Allie and Noah through time and this adaptation takes place not during the 1940s but in the 1970s. Singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson penned the music and lyrics and the book is by Bekah Brunstetter from TV series “This Is Us.” But most importantly, yes, they make it rain on stage.

WHERE: Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

VARIETY REVIEW: “The huge fanbase of the romance novel and the 2004 hit film might initially boost the box office, but it will take more than recreating that iconic rainstorm to win over other theatergoers looking for more than clichés, tropes and triggers.”

SYNOPSIS: Another book to movie to Broadway production. Based on the historical novel by Sara Gruen that was later turned into a Hollywood feature starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattison, the musical stars Grant Gustin (“The Flash”) and Isabelle McCalla (“Aladdin” and “The Prom”). Set during the Great Depression, the story follows veterinary student Jacob Jankowski (Gustin) who winds up as an animal caretaker at a traveling circus. There he falls for the circus performer Marlena (McCalla), who is sadly married to a cruel man.

WHERE: Imperial Theater

Emilio Madrid

SYNOPSIS: “An Enemy of the People” follows Doctor Thomas Stockmann (played by Jeremy Strong) who is tasked with inspecting the town’s hot spring, a huge tourist curiosity and the economic cornerstone of his hometown. When he discovers that the water is tainted, Stockmann voices his findings and deep concerns, much to the dismay of his neighbors. The louder he gets the more the townsfolk conspire to make him an enemy of the people.

WHERE: Circle in the Square Theater

VARIETY REVIEW: “This production has much to recommend it, and Strong in particular should return to the stage as often as he can.”

The Outsiders Broadway

SYNOPSIS: The musical adaptation of S.E. Hinton’s 1967 novel and Francis Ford Coppola’s 1983 movie stars Brody Grant (Ponyboy Curtis), Brent Comer (Darrel Curtis), Jason Schmidt (Sodapop Curtis), Sky Lakota-Lynch (Johnny Cade) and Joshua Boone (Dallas Winston). Set in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1965 the story follows the lives of a group of “greaser” boys as they navigate their battle with the “Socs” a rival gang of privileged youths.

WHERE: Jacobs Theatre

SYNOPSIS: The musical about the Polish painter Tamara de Lempicka features Eden Espinosa (“Wicked”) as the titular character and is helmed by Tony Award-winning director Rachel Chavkin (“Hadestown”). The story chronicles the journey of Lempicka across decades, tracing her artistic evolution amidst the backdrop of Nazi ascension and her subsequent migration to the United States during World War II. Despite a period of obscurity, Lempicka’s art experiences a revival in the 1960s. With a vibrant score infused with pop elements, this production offers a compelling exploration of both personal and historical dynamics.

WHERE: Longacre Theatre

SYNOPSIS: In Kristoffer Diaz’s latest musical, “Hell’s Kitchen,” featuring songs by Alicia Keys, the story unfolds around a dinner table. Each night, 17-year-old Ali (Maleah Joi Moon) shares a meal with her mother, Jersey (Shoshana Bean), in their Hell’s Kitchen apartment. This nightly ritual, insisted upon by Jersey, is meant to shield Ali from the dangers of 1990s New York City. But despite the protective dinners and warnings, Ali yearns to break free and experience the world, love, art and more. The show features several Keys chart-toppers including “Fallin,” “If I Ain’t Got You,” “No One,” “Girl on Fire” and three new songs.

WHERE: The Public Theater

VARIETY REVIEW: “The minimalism of the stage and Ali’s earnest narration make the viewers feel a part of the production rather than just spectators. In addition to Moon and Bean’s sensational vocal range, ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ illustrates how tender mother/daughter relationships can be.”

Jeremy Daniel

SYNOPSIS: The new revival of William F. Brown and Charlie Smalls’ 1974 musical has a fresh new vibe thanks to comedian and host Amber Ruffin (previously nominated for a Tony for her work adapting “Some Like It Hot”). The “Wizard of Oz” inspired tale follows Dorothy (Nichelle Lewis ) the Scarecrow (Avery Wilson), the Lion (Kyle Ramar Freeman) and the Tinman (Phillip Johnson Richardson) as they “ease on down the road” to find The Wiz (Wayne Brady).

WHERE: Marquis Theatre, opens in March 2024

SYNOPSIS: The musical adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel stars Broadway’s beloved Jeremy Jordan (“Newsies,” “Smash”) and Eva Noblezada (“Hadestown,” “Les Misérables”) as Gatsby and Daisy respectively. Set in the roaring 1920s, the production released an early look (above) of the song “For Her / My Green Light.”

WHERE: The Broadway Theater, opens in March 2024

SYNOPSIS: Based on The Who’s 1969 rock concept album “Tommy,” the broadway show features hit songs, like “I’m Free,” “Sensation,” “Pinball Wizard” and others. The show follows Tommy, a young man staring into a mirror and lost in his own world after he witness his father killing a man.

WHERE: Nederlander Theatre

SYNOPSIS: Set in 1991, “Patriots” is set in post-Soviet Union Russia and follows billionaire Boris Berezovsky (Michael Stuhlbarg), a would-be successor to President Boris Yeltsin. But when Berezovsky enlists a deputy mayor named Vladimir Putin (Will Keen), the reach for power becomes ruthless.

WHERE: Ethel Barrymore Theatre

SYNOPSIS: Written by Anton Chekhov, in a new version by Heidi Schreck, “Uncle Vayna” finds Sonya (Alison Pill) and her Uncle Vayna (Steve Carell), caretakers of their family’s farm, upended after Sonya’s father (Alfred Molina) and new wife (Anika Noni Rose) move in.

WHERE: Lincoln Center, opens April 2024

Mother Play Broadway

SYNOPSIS: Set in 1962, “Mother Play: A Play in Five Evictions” follows Phyllis (Jessica Lange), a cigarette-smoking, gin-drinking mother, supervising her two children (Jim Parsons and Celia Keenan-Bolger) moving into their new apartment.

WHERE: Helen Hayes Theater, opens April 2024

SYNOPSIS: “Mary Jane” tells the story of a single mother (Amy Adams) who uses optimism and humor to get through an unimaginable family situation.

WHERE: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, opens April 2024

Stereophonic Broadway

SYNOPSIS: Set in 1976, “Stereophonic” centers on an up-and-coming rock band on the verge of stardom recording their new album. The songs the bands write for this album could make or break them.

WHERE: John Golden Theatre, opens April 2024

SYNOPSIS: Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, “Merrily We Roll Along” tells the story of a young and bright-eyed composer and his friends souring over the years. The story is told in reverse.

WHERE: Hudson Theatre

SYNOPSIS: Based on Sufjan Stevens’ 2005 indie rock album of the same name, “Illinoise” is a coming-of-age story that deals with the joys and grief of living in the Midwest. The production is one-part musical and one-part hipster ballet.

WHERE: St. James Theatre, opens April 2024

Matthew Murphy

SYNOPSIS: Created by the Emmy-winning writer of “Schitt’s Creek,” this acclaimed musical-comedy imagines what would happen if Shakespeare’s Juliet didn’t “end it all over Romeo.”

WHERE: Stephen Sondheim Theatre

Joan Marcus

SYNOPSIS: This brand new, critically-acclaimed musical is a heartwarming and hilarious story of a teenager who has a medical condition that causes her to age rapidly

WHERE: Booth Theatre

SYNOPSIS: A new musical inspired by the life of Michael Jackson will have its world premiere when it begins preview performances later this year.
WHERE: Neil Simon Theater

SYNOPSIS: After earning a million dollars during its first week of previews at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, “Six” was hours away from officially opening before the COVID-19 shutdown went into effect on March 12. This wildly original stage production is like watching a pop concert starring the six ex-wives of Henry VIII.
WHERE: Brooks Atkinson Theatre

Joan Marcus

SYNOPSIS: Elphaba and the witches of the Land of Oz returned to Broadway.
WHERE: Gershwin Theatre

Courtesy of Matthew Murphy

SYNOPSIS: Baz Luhrman’s legendary film comes to life in this enchanting and glitzy musical, following the same 19th century forbidden love story from the 2001 movie.

WHERE: Al Hirschfield Theater

SYNOPSIS: The Tony-winning musical, written by celebrated singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell. The acclaimed show is a love story at its heart, following the mythical tales of two intertwining couples, Orpheus and Eurydice, and King Hades and his wife Persephone.

WHERE: Walter Kerr Theater

SYNOPSIS: The musical based on the 1992 Disney animated film at Broadway’s New Amsterdam Theatre
WHERE: New Amsterdam Theatre

SYNOPSIS: The longest-running American musical in Broadway history has returned with the razzle dazzle. The Tony-winning revival tells the story of two women in Chicago who will use absolutely anything at their disposal to stay on the front page of the local newspaper, from behind prison bars.
WHERE: Ambassador Theatre

Courtesy of Matthew Murphy

SYNOPSIS: After Disney+ released a live recording of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical during quarantine, the show still running on Broadway.
WHERE: Richard Rodgers Theatre

Courtesy of Joan Marcus

SYNOPSIS: King Mufasa, Simba, Scar and the rest of the animals from the Pride Lands of Africa.
WHERE: Minskoff Theatre

SYNOPSIS: Stephen Sondheim’s Tony-winning score is brought back to life in this original production, which follows the titular character in 19th century London as he seeks vengeance on a man who framed him.

WHERE: Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, final performance on May 5

Manuel Harlan

SYNOPSIS: Based on an original story written by J.K Rowling, this adapted play takes place 19 years after the events of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows.”

WHERE: Lyric Theatre

Joan Marcus

SYNOPSIS: This hilarious, Tony-winning musical follows two Latter-day Saints missionaries as they attempt to preach the teachings of their religion to a the inhabitants of a remote Ugandan village.

WHERE: Eugene O’Neill Theatre


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