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Whether you’re a tourist or a cynical New York City native, there are few nights out in the Big Apple that are more exciting than going to see a Broadway musical. Although a lot of people may envisage them as cheesy and frothy, the truth is that all the best musicals have a little grit to them, from the stories of regret and lost love that Stephen Sondheim tells to the epic, dramatic tales in the works of Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The 2018-2019 season in Broadway is set to be pretty epic.
The jukebox musicals that were started off with Mamma Mia! and Jersey Boys are still going strong with the opening of Ain’t Too Proud, The Cher Show, Head Over Heels and Summer, while monster hits like Wicked, Hamilton and The Lion King are still going strong.

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There are also plenty of new comedy drama musicals that might just tempt you: The Prom is set to debut – November, while Gettin’ The Band Back Together opens – August. Broadway is also getting even more inclusive than ever before with musicals like Kinky Boots and Head Over Heels celebrating diversity, gender fluidity and a whole range of sexualities.

No matter what you want, you’ll be able to find it in a Broadway musical. Dear Evan Hanson takes a beautiful yet sobering look at mental illness, while Waitress follows the story of a woman who is dissatisfied with her life and her relationship. Come From Away explores the after effects of the September 11th attacks, while Hamilton – one of the most successful and talked about shows of all time – blends history with hip-hop and race.

If you want traditional musicals on an epic scale, you’ll absolutely be able to find them on Broadway. Carousel, My Fair Lady and Phantom Of The Opera are incredible hits, while there are also brand new film and TV adaptations with Pretty Woman, Aladdin, Frozen, Spongebob Squarepants, Mean Girls and King Kong: this means that you can see your favourite plots and characters as you’ve never seen them before.

Broadway is an epic and sprawling place, full of art and light and music. No matter what you love, a Broadway musical will be able to provide it for you.

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At the moment, Hamilton is probably the most famous musical in the world. Tickets for it at the Richard Rodgers Theater are like gold dust, and you may be thinking that it’s impossible for anything to live up to this amount of hype. But the truth is that Hamilton is a truly special show, full of energy, emotion, history and incredible music. Written by Lin Manuel Miranda, it made its Broadway debut in 2015 and won eleven Tony awards, bringing hip-hop, jazz and soul music to the life story of founding father Alexander Hamilton. It’s a revelation of a show which is full of wit, heart and intelligence.


My Fair Lady is one of the most famous and loved musicals of all time. Based on the George Bernard Shaw play Pygmalion, it follows the story of Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins, who gives her speech lessons so she’s able to pass as a lady in society. It was first staged in 1956 starring the great Julie Andrews and has been revived numerous times across the world since then. This revival stars Lauren Ambrose and Harry Hadden-Paton as its central characters and has already been nominated for ten Tony awards. With classic songs like Wouldn’t It Be Loverly? and I Could Have Danced All Night, it’s a must-see.


The second musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Carousel was written in 1945 and remains one of the world’s most enduring and beloved shows. Set in the late nineteenth century, it’s a classic story that follows the tale of carousel barker Billy Bigelow and his doomed romance with millworker Julie Jordan. This revival was nominated for eleven Tony awards and stars Jessie Mueller and Joshua Henry at the Imperial Theatre. It has achieved critical acclaim with its excellent choreography and staging, with Ben Brantley of the New York Times describing it as ‘vividly reimagined’. With songs including You’ll Never Walk Alone, this is a revival that must be seen by all musical theatre fans.


Based on the incredibly popular 1997 film, Anastasia opened on Broadway on April 24th 2017 at the Broadhurst Theater. An adaptation of the legend of Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia, who may have escaped her family’s execution, the musical follows an orphan named Anya who has amnesia and who wants to discover the truth about her past. It’s a perfect family friendly show with an epic and beautiful set, extravagant costumes, gorgeous choreography and songs including Once Upon A December and Journey To The Past. The New York Times described it as a ‘monster hit’: it’s absolutely worth seeing for both lovers of musical theatre and tourists looking for an incredible night out.


The legendary musical Wicked has been playing at the Gershwin Theatre since October 2003 and is still a huge hit. An adaptation of Gregory Maguire’s 1995 novel of the same name, it turns the story of the Wizard of Oz upside down, and focuses on the friendship between Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, and Glinda the Good Witch. With songs including Popular, For Good and the epic Defying Gravity, it’s a musical on a big scale that manages to have just as big a heart. With a glorious and opulent set, glittering costumes and a plot that will tug at your heartstrings, Wicked lives up to its epic reputation.


Described as a ‘slice of heaven’ by Entertainment Weekly, Waitress is based on the 2007 film of the same name, which was written by the late Adrienne Shelly. It follows the story of Jenna, a waitress in an abusive relationship who finds out that she’s pregnant. After beginning an affair with her gynaecologist, she begins to look for ways to change her life. With music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles and a book by Jessie Nelson, it made its Broadway debut in 2016 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. It’s sweet, funny and sharp with a joyful score that will delight audiences.


One of the most popular shows on Broadway, The Book Of Mormon was first staged in 2011 at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre. It’s an incredibly sharp and witty musical, following the story of young Mormon missionaries Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, who are sent to Uganda to spread the word of Mormonism. It was conceived by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, with music by Robert Lopez, who’s best known for the smash hit show Avenue Q. Described by New York Times critic Ben Brantley as ‘the best musical of this century’, it’s filthy, funny and an incredible night out.


If you want to see a show that’s as cerebral and intelligent as it is catchy, Dear Evan Hanson is for you. It made its Broadway debut at the Music Box Theatre in December 2016 and was a huge hit with both audiences and critics. About a teenager who suffers from severe social anxiety and whose need to fit in leads to lies that make his life spiral downward, it won six Tony awards including Best Musical, along with a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album. The New York Times described it as a ‘breathtaking debut’: it’s set to be a huge hit for a long time.


Based on a 1985 novel by Rosa Guy, Once On This Island follows the story of peasant girl Ti Moune, who lives on a tropical island and falls for ‘grande homme’ Daniel Beauxhomme. Taking in elements of The Little Mermaid and Romeo and Juliet, it’s a story about life and love that will touch the heartstrings of even the most hardened audience members. It opened in December 2017 at the Circle in the Square Theatre as its first Broadway revival, and star Hailey Kilgore was nominated for a Tony for her role. It was also nominated for Best Revival of a Musical.


There are few musicals as iconic as Chicago. The longest running American musical in Broadway history, it was first performed in 1975 and is currently playing at the Ambassador Theatre. With music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Ebb and Bob Fosse, it’s a classic triumph of a musical with songs like Cell Block Tango, All That Jazz and Razzle Dazzle celebrated as Broadway classics. A satirical story about crime and celebrity, it follows the tale of performers Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, both of whom have killed their lovers and who get arrested before beginning to work together to create their best show of all.


The 2003 comedy rock film School Of Rock is absolutely iconic, and the Broadway adaptation of it is just as fun-filled and full of rock music. The show follows the story of out of work musician Dewey Finn as he pretends to be a substitute teacher at a prestigious school and enlists his fifth-graders to form a band with him so that he can win a Battle Of The Bands competition. The musical is scored by the legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber and made its Broadway debut – 2015 at the Winter Garden Theatre. It’s an evening full of fun for both kids and adults.


If you want to see a fun, frothy show then Escape To Margaritaville will be the perfect evening out for you. Featuring a host of Jimmy Buffett classic tunes including Fins, Volcano and Cheeseburger In Paradise alongside some new original songs, it’s a romantic comedy that follows the mismatched relationship between a laidback bartender and a career-minded woman from Ohio when she visits the Caribbean island where he lives. It’s a charming show that will have you smiling – and absolutely desperate for a margarita. It opened – March 2018 at the Marquis Theatre and promises to delight audiences for a long time to come.


A story of kindness and of finding the best in both yourself and your fellow human beings, Come From Away is a treat of a Broadway show. It takes place in the days following the September 11 attacks in 2001, when a small community in Newfoundland played host to thirty-eight planes full of people from across the world who were diverted there. Many of the characters are based on real people, and the events that occur in this show very much took place in real life. It premiered at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre – March 2017 and was written by Irene Sankoff and David Hein.