You’d be hard-pressed to find anything that comes close to experiencing the energy and emotions that come along with seeing a Broadway or Off-Broadway show. And now that the curtains have gone up again, everyone is eager to reclaim that feeling once more. You already know how to prepare for coming to a show, now it’s time to pick which one you and your group should see. There’s a lot already back on stage, and a lot to look forward to, so we help break it down below!
Fun for Everyone
Maybe your group spans a wide age range, and you’re looking for something that both a 9-year old and a 99-year old would enjoy. Believe us when we say the award-winning visual storytelling at The Lion King isn’t just for kids and is guaranteed to make your jaw drop. Mrs. Doubtfire is a brand-new musical comedy based upon the beloved 1993 film, and its heartfelt and hilarious tale is certain to be a crowd pleaser. Looking for some holiday fun with a twist? Check out A Sherlock Carol, which brings two beloved classic tales together in one thrilling new mystery.
Also Recommended: Aladdin, Gazillion Bubble Show, The Play That Goes Wrong, Stomp and Wicked.
Based on a True Story
Perhaps you’re looking for a real-life story grounded? We have a few of those. Experience the life of The Temptations like never before with Ain’t Too Proud, where the choreography and the music will have you jumping out of your seat. Or perhaps you’d like to hear the story of one of the most beloved women of modern times in Diana, The Musical. William Ivey Long’s recreation of that iconic wedding dress is reason enough to see this show.
Also Recommended: Jersey Boys and Tina – The Tina Turner Musical.
Guaranteed to Move You
Maybe you’re after a show that’s really going to get your emotions going. Dear Evan Hansen, the winner of six Tony Awards® including Best Musical, will definitely do the trick. Plus, Jordan Fisher is returning to the title role in case you missed him the first time. There’s also Hadestown, which beautifully intertwines two mythic tales and takes you on a hell-raising journey to the underworld and back. Also, André de Shields. Enough said.
Also Recommended: Come From Away, Paradise Square and To Kill a Mockingbird.
Is your group looking for a full-on spectacle? A go-big-or-go-home type of show? Is a chandelier crashing above the audience big enough for you? There is a reason why The Phantom of the Opera is the longest running show in Broadway history, and delivering on spectacle is certainly one of them. Or maybe now is the time for you to see Hamilton, the show that made it cool to learn about America’s forefathers (is there anything Lin Manuel-Miranda can’t do?) If you’re really looking for larger-than-life, then don’t MJ the Musical. Featuring over 25 of Michael Jackson’s biggest hits, this musical takes audiences inside the creative process of on of the greatest entertainers in history.
Also Recommended: The Book of Mormon, Chicago, Company, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, The Music Man and SIX.
One of the incredible things about Broadway and Off-Broadway is that there truly is a show for everyone. No matter what you’re looking for, there is a show that’s perfect for you. Book your group tickets for any of these shows now, and if you have any questions, we’re here to help! Shoot us an email at email@example.com or give us a call at 866-302-0995.