Hey Broadway Fans!
Summer is always an amazing time for theater in New York. With new shows constantly opening we are left with so much to see and explore. However, for something to open, sadly, something has to close. As we move throughout the rest of the summer, we will have to start saying goodbye to some amazing shows that we have had the pleasure of seeing on the Great White Way. To make sure you don’t miss out, we have compiled a list of some of our favorite hits that we think you should see before they leave Broadway this summer!
She Loves Me
Closing- July 10th
She Loves Me is a classic Broadway hit that takes you back to the Golden Age of musical theater. This revival of yesterday though is filled with a cast of the Broadway stars of today. Starring Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi, Jane Krakowski and Gavin Creel, this story follows two parfumerie clerks who are constantly butting heads with one another. But little do they know that they have been romantic, anonymous pen pals the entire time. Don’t miss out on seeing the show that has been described as “absolutely flawless” and the “most romantic of all Broadway musicals.”Buy Group Tickets
Closing- July 24th
Shuffle Along or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed has as much heart as it does words in its title. This new, ingenious adaptation of the historic musical by Eubile Blake and Noble Sissle is a fun, engaging dance heavy show. But it also gives an in depth look into the making of a Broadway musical that changed the way people viewed the theater in the early twentieth century. The star-studded cast includes Tony Award Winner Audra Macdonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Billy Porter, Brandon Victor Dixon and Adrienne Warren. Make sure you catch this show before it departs from Broadway on the 24th.Buy Group Tickets
Closing- July 31st
Make sure you catch this side splitting, one-act comedy starring Modern Family’s own Jesse Tyler Ferguson. The play follows a struggling actor who works at one of Manhattan’s high-end restaurants taking reservations. Ferguson will not only make you laugh until you fall out of your seat, but will also impress you with his masterful switch between not just one or two, but forty different characters from the oppressive, bullying chef to the bright-eyed assistant of Gwyneth Paltrow. It’s definitely a tour de force comedy not to be missed!Buy Group Tickets
Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
Closing- September 4th
Certainly a play unlike any other, Curious Incident follows Christopher, a young mathematical genius who finds himself overwhelmed by everyday conversations and trips down the block. After he comes across the death of a neighbor’s dog, he becomes dead set on solving the mystery of who was responsible for the killing. This incredibly visual piece of theater swallows the audience into the inner workings of Christopher’s mind and allows a glimpse into a different perspective on life. The technical elements of the play create a world of whimsy, fear and adventure in this unique adaptation of the novel by the same name.Buy Group Tickets
Closing- September 10th
Fun Home is a modern musical that is small in scale, but incredibly large in its ambitions. The story, adapted from Allison Bechdel’s graphic novel of the same name, deals with her relationship with her gay father and her attempts to figure out the mysteries in her own personal life. This musical, the first of any to feature a lesbian protagonist, touches the heart and charms with its grand personality. Set in the intimate Circle in the Square Theater, this musical is one that draws you in deeply to this detective story that explores personal identity and familial relationships.Buy Group Tickets
Make sure to catch all these amazing shows (and more!) before the close!