It’s a new year, and there is excitement in the air on Broadway as producers are ready to present a fresh crop of productions of groundbreaking new musicals, award-winning plays, and highly anticipated revivals. Theater fans can expect stage adaptations of beloved films, fresh takes on old classics, and innovative new pieces based on everything from turn-of-the-century suffragettes to a modern-day gender-fluid social media sensation. 


Then there’s the star power. TV and film favorites Steve Carell, Liev Schreiber, Tyne Daly, Rachel McAdams, Alison Pill, Eddie Redmayne, Jeremy Strong, and Michael Imperioli are all set to hit the live stage along with Broadway royalty Kelli O’Hara, Brian D’Arcy James, Eden Espinosa, Bebe Neuwirth, Alfred Molina, and Jayne Houdyshell.


The list below is just the shows that have been officially announced. There’s still buzz about London’s blockbuster production of “Sunset Blvd” starring former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger opening in time for the Tony Awards this spring. Stay tuned!




Prayer for the French Republic

Friedman Theater

Making its Broadway debut after winning the 2022 Drama Desk Award for Best Play, is a sweeping examination of history, home, and the effects of an ancient hatred. This provocative drama with biting wit follows five generations of a French-Jewish family.

Performances begin January 9


Days of Wine and Roses

Studio 54

Tony Award-winner Kelli O’Hara and Drama Desk Award-winner Brian D’Arcy James star in composer Adam Guettel’s musical adaptation of the classic 1962 film drama about a couple falling in love in 1960s New York while struggling against their inner demons.

Performances begin January 6





American Airlines Theater

Liev Schreiber and Tyne Daly return to Broadway in John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a Catholic school principal who must wrestle with what’s fact, what’s fiction, and her own bone-deep doubts.

Performances begin February 2


The Notebook, the musical

Schoenfeld Theater

A deeply moving portrait of the enduring power of love, this new musical based on the best-selling novel that inspired the 2004 film, follows a young couple from different worlds who share a lifetime of devotion despite the forces that threaten to pull them apart.

Performances begin February 10


Water for Elephants, a new musical

Imperial Theater

A spectacle-filled new musical about a young man unsure of where the road will take him who finds a new home with the remarkable crew of a traveling circus, and a life—and love—beyond his wildest dreams.

Performances begin February 24


An Enemy of the People

Circle in the Square

Jeremy Strong (“Succession”) and Michael Imperioli (The White Lotus) team up in a new revival of Ibsen’s masterwork about a small-town doctor who discovers a catastrophe that risks the lives of his tight-knit community only to be silenced by his own brother.

Performances begin February 27


My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do?)

Lyceum Theater

Direct from a sold-out engagement in London comes Rob Madge’s triumphant and hilarious celebration of identity, creativity, and the profound bond between a parent and their child. 

Performances begin February 27




The Who’s Tommy, the musical

Nederlander Theater

The Pinball Wizard, Cousin Kevin, Sally Simpson, Uncle Ernie, the Acid Queen, and more return to Broadway after nearly three decades in a top-flight revival that played to sold-out crowds last year at Chicago’s famed Goodman Theater. 

Performances begin March 8


The Outsiders, a new musical

Jacobs Theater

Adapted from S.E. Hinton’s novel and Francis Ford Coppola film is a story of the bonds that brothers share and the hopes we all hold on to. This gripping new musical reinvigorates the timeless tale of haves and have nots, of protecting what’s yours and fighting for what could be.

Performances begin March 16



Longacre Theater

The life of famed painter Tamara de Lempicka comes to life in this new pop-infused musical that boldly explores the contradictions of a world in crisis, a woman ahead of her era, and an artist whose time has finally come.

Performances begin March 19



Music Box Theater

From the mind of composer Shaina Taub comes a remarkable new musical about the passing of the 19th Amendment that gave women the right to vote and the fearless female advocates who made a dream of equality a reality.

Performances begin March 26


The Great Gatsby

The Broadway Theater

A new musical adaptation of the beloved novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald about eccentric and mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby in his tragic pursuit of the woman he’s loved since his youth.

Performances begin March 29


The Heart of Rock and Roll

James Earl Jones Theater

1980s hitmaker Huey Lewis infuses his catalog of hits into a raucous romantic musical comedy about a couple of thirty-somethings who know exactly what they want from life–until they find each other.

Performances begin March 29


The Wiz

Marquis Theater

Everybody rejoice! Dorothy, The Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion are back on Broadway in the first completely reimagined production of the classic adaptation of “The Wizard of Oz” since it debuted nearly 50 years ago.

Performances begin March 29




Hell’s Kitchen 

Shubert Theater

Grammy Award-winner Alicia Keys makes her composing debut on Broadway coming-of-age musical about chasing your dreams and finding your voice–all inspired by her own growing up in Manhattan’s gritty Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. Featuring new songs by Keys as well as her iconic anthems.

Performances begin April 1



August Wilson Theater

London’s acclaimed immersive production of Kander and Ebb’s classic musical returns in a decadent sanctuary inside Broadway’s August Wilson Theatre, where artists and performers, misfits, and outsiders rule the night.

Performances begin April 1



Barrymore Theater

From the mind of the writer of “The Crown” comes a drama chronicling Vladimir Putin's rise to power after the fall of the Soviet Union, and his power struggle with Billionaire Boris Berezovsky.

Performances begin April 2


Mary Jane

Friedman Theater

Faced with seemingly insurmountable odds, a single mother relies on unflagging optimism and humor, along with the wisdom of the women around her who have become a makeshift family, to take on each new day. Starring Academy Award-nominee Rachel McAdams.

Performances begin April 2


Uncle Vanya

Vivian Beaumont Theater

Steve Carell makes his Broadway debut leading a cast of TV, film, and stage veterans that include Alison PIll, Anika Noni Rose, and Alfred Molina in a new translation of Anton Chekhov’s classic drama about a rural family whose dreary but stable routine is disrupted.

Performances begin April 2


Mother Play

Helen Hayes Theater

Jessica Lange, Jim Parsons, and Tony Award-winner Celia Keenan Bolger star in Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel’s bitingly funny and unflinchingly honest new play about the hold our family has over us and the surprises we find when we unpack the past.

Performances begin April 2



Golden Theater

Hailed as “relentlessly compelling” by The New York Times during its Off-Broadway run at Playwrights Horizons, this intimate musical gives a behind-the-scenes look into the music industry of the mid 1970s, complete with romance, infighting, drug use and a solo-star-in-the-making. 

Performances begin April 3