It was an exciting time on Broadway last season with a post-pandemic boom of 39 new plays, musicals, revivals, and special events. And although the curtain has officially fallen on the 2023/224 season, it’s about to rise again soon for the 2024/25 season. Expect some transfers from Off-Broadway, highly anticipated musicals that have been long in the works, imports from London, and more surprises.  

The list below is just the shows that have been officially announced openings through the end of this year. But stay tuned! This list is updated regularly!

May 17


Todd Haimes Theater

A revival of the 1979 Tony Award®-nominated play, Originally staged by the Negro Ensemble Company, Home is a muscular and melodic coming-of-age story that gives voice to the unbreakable spirit of all Americans who have been searching for a place to belong. Kenny Leon (A Soldier’s Play) directs. Limited engagement through July 21.

May 28

Ben Platt: Live at the Palace

Palace Theater

Following in the footsteps of Judy Garland, Bette Midler, Liza Minnelli, and Harry Belafonte, Tony, GRAMMY, and Emmy Award winner Ben Platt will play an exclusive concert residency at Broadway’s recently refurbished Palace Theatre , in celebration of the release of his upcoming third album Honeymind. The residency, directed by Tony Award winner Michael Arden will play Tuesday, May 28 through Saturday, June 15 for 18 performances only.

June 26

Oh, Mary!

Lyceum Theater

The sold-out breakout hit comedy of the 2024 Off-Broadway season is coming to Broadway for a strictly limited engagement. Written by and starring Cole Escola, Oh, Mary! tells the story of First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln in the days leading up to the assassination of the 16th president of the United States - credited in the program as “Mary’s Husband.” Unrequited yearning, alcoholism and suppressed desires abound in this one act play that finally examines the forgotten life and dreams of Mrs. Lincoln through the lens of an idiot 

August 29

The Roommate

Booth Theater

Film and theater icons Mia Farrow and Patti LuPone return to Broadway, starring in a new comedy about the blossoming intimacy between two women from vastly different backgrounds, as they navigate the complexities of identity, morality, and the promise of reinvention.

September 5


Lincoln Center: Vivian Beaumont Theater

Academy Award-winner Robert Downey Jr. makes his Broadway debut in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar’s new drama about a gifted novelist with a difficult family life and a potentially problematic interest in artificial intelligence.

September 17

Our Town

Barrymore Theater

After an absence of 25 years, Thornton Wilder’s classic drama about life in a small New England town returns to Broadway. Director Kenny Leon  helms the production that features an all star cast that includes: Jim Parsons, Zoey Deutch, Katie Holmes, Billy Eugene Jones, Ephraim Sykes, Richard Thomas, Michelle Wilson, Julie Halston, Donald Webber Jr.

September 18

Maybe Happy Ending

Belasco Theater

Tony Award-winning director Michael Arden (Parade) helms a fresh, original musical about the small things that make any life worth living. Set in South Korea, the story follows the developing relationship between two robots. Stars Darren Cris (Glee).

September 28

Sunset Blvd

St. James Theater

Former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger makes her Broadway debut as Norma Desmond in the highly acclaimed West End production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s classic musical about Hollywood, shattered dreams, and a forgotten icon.

October 16

A Wonderful World

Studio 54

After winning rave reviews in New Orleans and Chicago, Tony Award winner James Monroe Iglehart (Disney’s Aladdin, Hamilton) stars in a bio musical about jazz legend and American icon Louis Armstrong. The show which boasts a book by Aurin Squire (“This Is Us,” “The Good Fight”) and features songs made famous by Louis Armstrong is directed by Christopher Renshaw. 

October 19

Tammy Faye

The Palace Theater

EGOT-winner Elton John teams up with Scissor Scissors frontman Jake Shears to present  a new musical about the life and times of American icon and televangelism pioneer Tammy Faye Bakker Mesner. A hit in London, the cast features Katie Brayben and Andrew Rannells.

October 28

Death Becomes Her

Lunt Fontanne Theater

Tony Award-nominees Megan Hilty, Jennifer Simard, and Christopher Sieber star in a musical adaptation of the 1992 comedy about a pair of frenemies turned enemies who take a magic potion to obtain eternal youth only to find it has some unexpected side effects.