Broadway Shows Out Now

Broadway is back and better than ever. Since the first shows returned to the stage in NYC last year, theatergoers have flocked to theaters to reconnect with their favorite stories, songs, and performers. Broadway’s reopening saw stars like Sara Bareilles reprise her iconic role in Waitress. We also saw long-running favorites like Hamilton, Wicked, and Chicago start-up performances once again.

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The 2021 Tony Awards officially celebrated Broadway’s return on Sunday, September 26, 2021. Stars like David Alan Grier and Adrienne Warren were honored for their performances in A Soldier’s Play and Tina, respectively.

Since there are tons of opportunities to see Broadway’s best performers live in New York, on tour, and even online, here’s a look at some of our favorite Broadway shows out now, whether in-person in New York, on tour across the country, or online via streaming.

Broadway show vaccine requirements and mask mandate

The New York Times reports that many Broadway Theaters will stop checking vaccination statuses after April 30, 2022. Audiences will still be required to wear masks until May 31, 2022.

“Our intention is that by maintaining strict audience masking through at least the month of May, we will continue that track record of safety for all,” says President of Broadway League Charlotte M. Martin in a statement. “And of course, we urge everyone to get vaccinated.”

New York City Broadway Shows Out Now

Note: Make sure to check out the shows’ sites to find out the schedule. Due to COVID, dates may change frequently.

Broadway shows out now: Hamilton

Hamilton, one of the most popular shows in Broadway history, re-opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on West 46th Street on Tuesday, September 14. The sung-and-rapped-through musical, which covers Alexander Hamilton’s life through the American Revolution and the country’s earliest years, currently stars Miguel Cervantes, Jin Ha, and Mandy Gonzalez. You can enter the daily lottery to win $10 tickets. Just download the official Hamilton app!

Buy Hamilton tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: Wicked

On the same day Hamilton reopened, Wicked returned to the Gershwin Theatre on West 51st Street where it’s run since 2003. Theatergoers can see the story of Glinda and Elphaba, which has grown into Broadway’s fifth-longest-running production, several nights a week with regular matinee performances. Wicked currently stars Lindsay Pearce as Elphaba, Brittney Johnson as Glinda, Sharon Sachs as Madame Morrible, and Michael McCormick as the Wizard.

Buy Wicked tickets here.  

Broadway shows out now: Company

Company fans, you’re in luck! The classic Stephen Sondheim musical opened on December 9th. The gender-swap revival, which was suspended in March 2020 after just 9 preview performances, stars Katrina Lenk as Bobbie and Patti LuPone as Joanne. The dark comedy, which centers around the lead character’s 35th birthday, is showing at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on West 45th Street.

Buy Company tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: Chicago

Chicago in New York? Sure, why not? The second longest-running musical in Broadway history (it trails only The Phantom of the Opera) is currently playing at the Ambassador Theatre on West 49th Street. Pamela Anderson makes her Broadway debut as Roxie Hart with Lana Gordon as Velma Kelly and Ryan Silverman as Billy Flynn. 

Buy Chicago musical tickets here.

Broadway shows out now: The Phantom of the Opera

Speak of the devil (or, uh, phantom), The Phantom of the Opera resumed performances at the Majestic Theatre on West 44th Street on Friday, October 22. Fans can purchase tickets for performances through March 6, 2022, and catch Broadway’s longest-running show, which centers around the exploits of soprano Christine Daaé and a mysterious masked man who lives underneath the Paris Opéra House. Emile Koutachou currently stars as Christine while Ben Crawford plays the titular Phantom. 

Buy Phantom of the Opera tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Moulin Rouge! The Musical can be found at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on West 4th Street. The show, which has run on Broadway since November 2018, reopened on Friday, September 24. The jukebox musical now stars Ashley Loren as Satine and Derek Klena as Christian, who fall in love in the Montmartre Quarter of Paris at the dawn of the 20th century. Moulin Rouge is an adaptation of the 2001 film directed by Baz Luhrmann and features popular contemporary songs rearranged to fit its setting.

Buy Moulin Rouge! tickets here.

Broadway shows out now: To Kill a Mockingbird

Movie and television fans may be especially interested in this production of To Kill a Mockingbird. That’s because Academy Award and Emmy-winning writer Aaron Sorkin adapted Harper Lee’s classic novel for the stage. The show originally opened in December 2018 and featured Jeff Daniels in the role of beloved Atticus Finch. The play resumed production at the Shubert Theatre on West 44th Street on Tuesday, October 5 with Jeff Daniels back in the cast. While he ended his run on January 2nd, 2022, Greg Kinnear took over in the leading role.

To Kill a Mockingbird ended its run at the Shubert Theatre in January 2022, but will resume performances at the Belasco Theatre in June.

Broadway shows out now: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Return to Hogwarts with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, an inventive play that picks up the Wizarding World’s story 19 years after the events of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The play reopened at the Lyric Theatre in Times Square on Friday, November 12. The current Broadway version of the show has been condensed into a 1-part performance, which differs slightly from the 2-night original version of the show that fans in London can still catch in the West End. Currently, Potterheads can see Steve Haggard as Harry Potter, James Romney as his son Albus, Jenny Jules as Hermione Granger, David Abeles as Ron Weasley, and Nadia Brown as Ron and Hermione’s daughter, Rose.

Buy Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon returned to the Eugene O’Neill Theatre on West 49th Street on Friday, November 5. The hit musical, which was written by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, has been satirizing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 2011 and currently stars Kevin Clay as Elder Price and Cody Jamison Strand as Elder Cunningham.

Broadway shows out now: Hadestown

Greek mythology fans can travel to the underworld with Orpheus in Hadestown, which won Best Musical and Best Original Score at the 73rd Tony Awards. Hadestown plays at the Walter Kerr Theatre on West 48th Street and was one of the first Broadway shows to return when it reopened in September 2021. The musical, which features music from singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell, combines the classic Greek myths of Orpheus and Eurydice and Hades and Persephone. Reeve Carney stars as Orpheus while Eva Noblezada portrays Eurydice. Patrick Page features as Hades and Jewelle Blackman plays the role of Persephone.

Broadway shows out now: Dear Evan Hansen

Did you miss the Dear Evan Hansen movie, or can you simply not get enough of this musical? The show returned to Broadway at the Music Box Theatre on West 45th Street on Saturday, December 11. Ben Levi Ross stars as the titular character. Gabrielle Carrubba makes her Broadway debut as Zoe Murphy while Jessica Phillips resumes her role as Heidi Hansen and Christiane Noll portrays Cynthia Murphy.

Buy Dear Evan Hansen tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: The Music Man

The revival of the classic musical The Music Man was supposed to premiere in 2020 but due to the pandemic it only just opened on Broadway. You can currently see everyone’s favorite showman Hugh Jackman as con artist Harold Hill and Broadway (and TV!) darling Sutton Foster as the lovely Marian the Librarian in 8 shows a week at the Winter Garden Theatre. Jayne Houdyshell, Marie Mullen, Shuler Hensley, Jefferson Mays, and Emma Crow are also in the cast.

Buy The Music Man tickets here.

Broadway shows out now: Six

Six took the West End by storm when it opened in 2019. A retelling of the story of Henry VIII’s 6 wives, this pop concert-esque show is now running on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Like it was in London, it’s currently a hot ticket so be sure to get your seats early. If you can’t make it to the theater, check out Six’s music so you can sing along at home to the catchy tunes.

Buy Six tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: The Lion King

See another Disney movie come alive with The Lion King on Broadway. Following the plot of the film, the show focuses on Simba, a young cub who earns the title of the king of the pride lands. When his evil uncle wrongly blames Simba for his death, he runs away and meets a meerkat named Timone and a warthog named Pumba.

Buy The Lion King tickets here.

Broadway shows out now: Mrs. Doubtfire 

The family comedy Mrs. Doubtfire hits the Broadway stage! Like the movie starring Robin Williams, this musical follows Daniel Hillard, an out-of-work actor who has lost custody of his kids in a messy divorce. He decides to create a new persona, a Scottish nanny named Euphegenia Doubtfire, in order to stay in his children’s lives. With a Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell and music and lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, this comedy shows a lot of heart.

Broadway shows out now: MJ The Musical

Michael Jackson’s life transforms on the Broadway stage in MJ The Musical. The show follows Michael behind the scenes as he prepares for his 1992 Dangerous World Tour. Throughout the musical, audiences will see moments from his life that transformed his career. Myles Frost stars as MJ while Christian Wilson and Tavonn Olds-Sample play younger versions of the superstar. MJ will have you singing and dancing, featuring over 25 songs from Michael Jackson’s career.

Buy MJ The Musical tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: Aladdin

The Disney musical, Aladdin, continues on the Broadway stage. Like the movie, the musical tells the story of a poor young man who is granted 3 wishes by a genie in a lamp. When he decides to use the wishes to woo Princess Jasmine, chaos ensues. Audiences can bop along to the songs that include hits like “Friend Like Me,” and ballads like “A Whole New World.”

Buy Aladdin tickets here.

Broadway shows out now: Tina: The Tina Turner Musical

Sing along to all of Tina Turner’s classics in Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. The show follows the superstar’s life from her humble beginnings in Nutbush, Tennesse to becoming a famous Queen of Rock. You’ll hear songs like “Proud Mary,” and “What’s Love Got to Do with It.” Nkeki Obi-Melekwe stars as the fabulous and talented Tina Turner.

Broadway shows out now: Paradise Square

Currently in previews, Paradise Square is a new musical that chronicles the lives of Black Americans and Irish immigrants in the Five Points neighborhood of Lower Manhattan during the Civil War. While the 2 groups live in racial harmony, President Lincoln enacts the Federal Draft, inciting the NY Draft Riots of 1863. The musical reimagines the American songbook with a contemporary score.

Broadway shows out now: The Little Prince

Based on the beloved book, The Little Prince opens for previews on March 29, 2022. With aerial artistry, fun choreography, and beautiful music, this musical tells the story of a young prince who embarks on an adventure and meets different characters that help him grow up.

Broadway shows out now: Funny Girl

Beanie Feldstein stars as Broadway actress Fanny Brice in the revival of Funny Girl. In the musical that made Barbra Streisand a Broadway legend, Funny Girl follows the autobiographical story of Fanny Brice and her tumultuous relationship with gambling husband Nicky Arnstein. The cast also features Ramin Karimloo, Jane Lynch, and Jared Grimes. You’ll hear classics like “Don’t Rain On My Parade” and “I’m The Greatest Star.”

Buy Funny Girl tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: Plaza Suite

One of Hollywood’s favorite couples, Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker reunite for Plaza Suite. The play chronicles the lives of 3 different couples, played by Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker, in Plaza Hotel suite 719. This is the first time in 20 years since the married couple shared the stage together.

Buy Funny Girl tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: Beetlejuice

The thrilling musical Beetlejuice returns to Broadway with previews starting on April 8, 2022. Based on Tim Burton’s 1988 film, the musical follows a strange teenager who meets a recently deceased couple and a demon who is up to no good. The original Broadway Beetlejuice, Alex Brightman, will make his return as the haunting and hilarious title character.

Broadway shows out now: Birthday Candles

Debra Messing stars a young woman going through significant birthdays wondering about her existence in the universe. She begins with her 17th birthday, 41st, 70th, then her 101st birthday. The show is written by playwright Noah Haidle with a cast that includes John Earl JelksSusannah FloodKate HamptonThomas SilcottArielle Yoder, and more.

Broadway shows out now: Mr. Saturday Night

Have your fill of laughs with the musical Mr. Saturday Night. Written by and starring Billy Crystal, the show follows comedian Buddy Young Jr. and his attempt to get 1 last shot at the spotlight after 40 years. It features music from Tony-award-winning Jason Robert Brown, with choreography by Funny Girl’s Ellenore Scott.

Buy Mr. Saturday Night tickets here.

Broadway shows out now: Macbeth

Our iconic James Bond (Daniel Craig) stars as the title character in Macbeth on Broadway. The show follows the original Shakespeare play, as Macbeth turns deadly when he becomes power-hungry for the throne. Ruth Negga also stars as Lady Macbeth

Buy Macbeth tickets here.

Broadway shows out now: The Minutes

Have you ever wanted to know what goes on in your small-town council meetings? In, The Minutes, playwright Tracey Letts writes the story of a midwestern city council meeting. What kind of lies and secrets will unfold? The show stars Schitt’s Creek’s Noah ReidAustin PendletonJessie Mueller, and more.

Buy The Minutes tickets here.

Broadway shows out now: Take Me Out 

Jesse WilliamsJess Tyler Ferguson, and Patrick J. Adams star in the revival of Take Me Out on Broadway. The show follows Darren Lemming, a center fielder for the Empires baseball team, who reveals he is gay. During his time playing, he struggles as a gay person of color in a classic American institution.

Buy Take Me Out tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: Girl from the North Country

Listen to the reimagined works of Bob Dylan in Girl from the North County. Set in Minnesota, a group of wanderers meet at a guesthouse and try to hide from the past, embrace the future, and overcome diversity.

Broadway shows out now: Hangmen

What happens when 1960s England’s second-best hangman loses his job after the country abolishes hanging? In Hangmen, Harry is a hangman and local celebrity in his English town. Pub regulars, reporters, and others want to hear his reaction to the news. When a stranger from London enters their world, everything is not what it seems. The show is directed by Matthew Dunster with a script written by Martin McDonagh. This show is a 10-week limited engagement, opening on April 21st.

Broadway shows out now: American Buffalo 

Award-winning actors Laurence Fishburne, Sam Rockwell, and Darren Criss star in the revival of American Buffalo. The show follows 3 small-time businessmen who want to experience a bigger cut of the American Dream. As the 3 work together, they expose the crime involved in hustling for the American dream.

Buy American Buffalo tickets here. 

Broadway shows out now: A Strange Loop

A Strange Loop is a new musical debuting on the Broadway stage. The show follows a Black queer writer writing a musical about a Black queer writer who is writing a musical about a Black queer writer. The Pulitzer Prize-winning musical was written by Michael R. Jackson and stars Jaquel SpiveyL Morgan LeeJames Jackson Jr.John-Michael LylesJohn-Andrew MorrisonJason Veasey, and Antwayn HopperA Strange Loop won the biggest award at the Tonys for Best Musical.

Broadway shows out now: for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf

Initially written by playwright Ntozake Shange, for colored girls is a reinvention of the 1975 show. It combines spoken word, poetry, music, and dance to tell a story about the power of black womanhood. In for colored girls, seven women reflect on their life and find strength in each other. Tony Award nominee Camille Brown directs and choreographs the show.

Broadway shows out now: How I Learned to Drive

Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse return to the stage for the Broadway debut of Paul Vogel’s play, How I Learned to Drive. The show originally ran Off-Broadway in 1997 and received the 1998 Pultizer Prize for Drama. How I Learned to Drive tackles the aftermath of the sexually abusive relationship between the main character and her uncle.

Broadway shows out now: POTUS, Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive

Lilli Cooper, Lea DeLaria, Rachel Dratch, Julianne Hough, Suzy Nakamura, Julie White, and Vanessa Williams star in the Broadway premiere of the play POTUS. Written by Selina Fillinger and directed by five-time Tony winner Susan Stroman, this show follows 7 women who risk everything to save the President after he spins a PR controversy into a global crisis.

Broadway shows out now: The Skin of Our Teeth

Thorton Wilder’s 1942 play, The Skin of Our Teeth, returns to the Broadway stage with direction by Lileana Blain-Cruz. When the world hits the apocalypse, a New Jersey family, the Antrobus’s, must confront the challenges of dinosaurs, war, a woolly mammoth, and the Ice Age, all while raising 2 kids.

Broadway Shows On Tour

Broadway shows on tour: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Carole King fans, rejoice! Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is touring the U.S. right now through June 19, 2022. The jukebox musical covers the career and songs of Tony and Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Carole King, and features iconic tunes like “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “I Feel The Earth Move,” and “One Fine Day.” Sara Sheperd and James D. Gish currently star as Carole King and Gerry Goffin, respectively.

Fans can view tour dates and purchase tickets for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical here.

Broadway shows on tour: Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations

Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations is touring the country through Sunday, December 4, 2022. The show, which functions like a jukebox musical that spans iconic Motown group The Temptations’ career, will be touring cities like Washington, D.C., Orlando, Atlanta, Boston, and Detroit (among others) over the next year. Anyone looking for a dose of The Temptations’ music should catch the show.

Fans can view Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations’ touring schedule and purchase tickets here.

Broadway shows on tour: Frozen

Want to see a musical where you probably already know the words to most of the songs? Then check out the adaptation of Disney’s Frozen which is now on tour through September 2022. Elsa and Anna fans (and yes, Olaf fans too!) can catch the modern Disney classic on stages in cities like New Orleans, Tampa, Charlotte, and Dallas. The cast includes Caroline Bowman as Elsa, Caroline Innerbichler as Anna, Austin Colby as Hans, and F. Michael Haynie as Olaf.

Frozen fans can view the show’s touring schedule and purchase tickets here.

Broadway shows on tour: Jersey Boys

From Newark to Pittsburgh and just about everywhere in between, the upcoming Jersey Boys tour takes the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons all across the country. The tour started on Sunday, December 12 in Detroit and runs through Saturday, July 23, 2022 in Milwaukee. Eric Chambliss, Matt Faucher, Devon Goffman star, with Jon Hacker portraying Frankie Valli.

Jersey Boys fans can view the show’s touring schedule and purchase tickets here.

Broadway shows on tour: What the Constitution Means to Me

Get a dose of Constitutional law with What the Constitution Means to Me, a play written by Heidi Schreck and partially inspired by her real-life experiences with Constitutional debates as a teenager. History enthusiasts and Americans of all ages should take interest in this play as it examines the benefits and pitfalls of the country’s founding document. Cassie Beck currently stars in the touring show, with Oliver Butler directing the performance. The show has been on tour since the end of September and is currently scheduled to conclude its run in April 2022 in Nashville.

Fans can view the show’s touring schedule and purchase tickets here.

Broadway shows on tour: My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady is touring now through Sunday, August 7, 2022 across the country. The classic show, which originally premiered on Broadway in 1956, is playing in cities like Las Vegas, Buffalo, and St. Louis with dates and cities still to be announced. Shereen Ahmed and Laird Mackintosh star as Eliza Doolittle and Professor Henry Higgins.

My Fair Lady fans can view touring dates and purchase tickets here.

Broadway shows on tour: Pretty Woman: The Musical

Pretty Woman: The Musical, based on the 1990 movie classic, is now on tour throughout the U.S. until Sunday, August 28, 2022. It’ll make stops in cities such as Milwaukee, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Denver. Olivia Valli stars as Vivian Ward, and Adam Pascal (Rent’s original Roger!) portrays Edward Lewis, the show’s 2 central characters.

Pretty Woman fans can view the show’s touring dates and purchase tickets here.

Broadway shows on tour: The Prom

The Prom, which tells the story of a gay teenager who isn’t allowed to attend her hometown’s prom with her girlfriend and the misguided Broadway actors who travel to Indiana to “help,” is on tour now through Sunday, September 18, 2022. Kaden Kearney, Kalyn West, Courtney Balan, and Patrick Wetzel star in the comedic and celebratory musical, with Kalyn West and Courtney Balan returning from the original Broadway cast.

The Prom fans can view the show’s touring dates and purchase tickets here.

Broadway shows online: Come From Away

Come From Away depicts the story of thousands of airplane passengers who took refuge in a small town in Newfoundland, Canada when terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 grounded flights around the country. A performance of the Broadway stage show was filmed in May 2021 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre while live performances were still on hiatus. The performance was released on Apple TV+ on Friday, September 10.

Come From Away fans can watch the live performance with an Apple TV+ subscription here or catch it at the Schoenfeld Theatre on Broadway.

Buy Come From Away tickets here. 

Broadway shows online: Hamilton

Hamilton similarly made its way to the streaming world in 2020, and audiences around the country are better off for it! The film consists of 3 different performances edited together featuring the original Broadway cast in 2016 with some special shots created without a live audience present. Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., Daveed Diggs, Reneé Elise Goldsberry, Jonathan Groff, Phillipa Soo, Anthony Ramos, and Okieriete Onaodowan star in the smash hit musical phenomenon. This version of Hamilton was nominated for 2 Golden Globes and 12 Primetime Emmy Awards.

Hamilton heads can watch the performance on Disney+ here.

Broadway shows online: Newsies

A 2017 filmed production of Newsies from the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California, is available to stream  on Disney+! The musical, about a group of young New York City newspaper salesboys at the turn of the 20th century, is based on the 1992 film Newsies. This production stars Jeremy Jordan, Kara Lindsay, and Ben Fankhauser.

Newsies fans can watch the performance on Disney+ here

Broadway shows online: Diana The Musical

Royals content is all the rage these days, so why not follow up your screening of Spencer with Diana The Musical on Netflix? A live performance of the show was recorded in summer 2020 without an audience at the Longacre Theatre. Sadly, the pandemic prevented Diana from opening on time in March 2020, but luckily this filmed version of the musical was added to Netflix on Friday, October 1.

Diana enthusiasts can watch the musical on Netflix here.

Broadway shows online: Oh, Hello on Broadway

Oh, Hello isn’t your typical Broadway fare – it’s a crazed and absurd comedy show created by comedians John Mulaney and Nick Kroll. The pair portrays elderly Upper West Side residents George St. Geegland and Gil Faizon in a truly bizarre comedy special. The 2 have performed as these characters for years and on a number of television shows. Oh, Hello ran on Broadway for 15 weeks at the Lyceum Theatre from September 2016 to January 2017. This performance features Steve Martin and Matthew Broderick as guests.

Comedy fans can catch Oh, Hello on Broadway on Netflix here.

Broadway shows online: Springsteen on Broadway

Springsteen on Broadway captures a performance during Bruce Springsteen’s concert residency at the Walter Kerr Theatre and St. James Theatre in Manhattan in 2017 and 2018. The show features the iconic rock star performing classic songs solo (sans the E Street Band). It also shares stories from his autobiography Born to Run. The Netflix special was taped during 2 consecutive performances in July 2018 and arrived on the streaming platform on Sunday, December 16, 2018.

Bruce Springsteen fans can catch Springsteen on Broadway on Netflix here.

Broadway shows online: Shrek the Musical

Shrek the Musical originally ran on Broadway from December 2008 to January 2010. This recorded performance of the show, which stars Bryan d’Arcy James as Shrek and Sutton Foster as Princess Fiona, was first made available on Netflix in December 2013. 

Journey back to the kingdom of Duloc and Shrek’s swamp in Shrek the Musical on Netflix here.

Broadway shows online: David Byrne’s American Utopia

David Byrne breathes new life into songs from throughout his Talking Heads and solo career in American Utopia. Spike Lee directed this recording during the show’s Broadway run in 2019 and 2020. It was made available to watch on HBO Max on Saturday, October 17, 2020. If you’re looking to see David Byrne’s American Utopia in person, you can still catch it on Broadway!

Watch David Byrne’s American Utopia on HBO Max here.

Broadway shows online: Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots, the musical from Harvey Fierstein and Cyndi Lauper based on the 2005 film of the same name, is available to stream on BroadwayHD with a subscription! This performance from 2019 stars Matt Henry, Killian Donnelly, and Natalie McQueen in the story of an unorthodox duo who combine talents to produce high-heeled shoes and save a family business.

Kinky Boots is available to stream on BroadwayHD here

Broadway shows online: The King and I

The King and I originally opened on Broadway all the way back in 1951, but this version of the musical from 2019 is available to stream on BroadwayHD! Starring Kelli O’Hara, Ken Watanabe, and Ruthie Ann Miles, the show tells the story of a British schoolteacher who travels to Siam (now Thailand) in the 1860s to tutor the King of Siam’s wives and children.

The King and I is available to stream on BroadwayHD here.


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