Traditionally, the majority of high profile Broadway musicals tend to open in the spring, as close to the cut-off date for Tony Awards eligibility as possible, but there are still a handful of exciting new productions gearing up to astound New York audiences this fall. Moulin Rouge! Simply " The Best "? An official opening is set for November 7. Another hugely anticipated new musical this fall begins performances at the Broadhurst Theatre on November 3. We have a feeling Broadway audiences are going to be " Head Over Feet " for this one An official opening is scheduled for December 5.
This fall on Broadway brings a selection of original and classic plays. Those who prefer musicals will want to check out innovative shows that are already generating critical buzz. These two one-act plays go together due to their similar themes about fatherhood and mortality.
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Ready for sweater weather and some unforgettable nights of theater on Broadway? In a mysterious drama that blends reality and memory, British acting royalty Pryce and Atkins give a master class in the power of chemistry. Friedman Theatre. Brian Cox Succession plays LBJ during the period between his landslide victory in and his decision not to seek re-election amid the turmoil of the Vietnam War. Below: Playwright Jeremy O. Harris on how he hopes to bring audiences together with the bold new play. Tracy Letts. Linda Vista is named for the apartment complex where year-old underachiever Dick Wheeler Steppenwolf Theatre star Ian Barford lands after his divorce, entering a new world of blind dates and—maybe—self-discovery.
In any regular year, Broadway operates in waves. The first comes in the fall when a host of new shows open just before the influx of Christmastime tourists. The second arrives in the spring, as plays and musicals clamor for Tony Awards consideration. That being said: There's truly never a bad time to see some great theater.