In the world of live theatre; several big ticket announcements were revealed this week that are sure to have theatre-goers on the edges of their seats. Tickets are now on sale for those who are looking to see preview of the highly anticipated production of Cinderella on Broadway. This live event, from Rodgers and Hammersteins has been one of the most highly anticipated events of the year for Broadway goers. Previews for the show will begin next week on January 25th for those looking to see the event live.
While a new show will begin next week; another hit show will end its current Broadway run before heading on the road for a nationwide tour. Those who are looking to see the live performance of Evita starring Ricky Martin before it leaves the Broadway stage forever will be able to get tickets to see the final week of performances next week. The final production will take place on January 26th. Meanwhile next week will also be the official industry reading event of the upcoming musical The Protagonists. Theatre fans will be able to get tickets to the event to see a number of industry stars reading the script live for the first time. Readers will include Alice Ripley, Marc Kudisch, Douglas Sills, Rick Holmes and more.
There is even more for theatre fans to look forward to next week thanks to a recent Broadway ticketing announcement. One of the biggest announcements came regarding the upcoming Broadway production of the award-winning Matilda The Musical. The production, which has already found a great deal of success overseas, is already schedules to open with previews on March 4th at the Shubert Theatre in Manhattan. While many are anxiously awaiting the chance to see Matilda the Musical live; the ticket office from the Shubert Theatre announced this week that tickets will officially go on sale on January 21st. There has been a great deal of speculation regarding when tickets to see the production, based on the children’s book would go on sale. Next week, those who are looking to get Matilda the Musical tickets will be able to get their seats to see this show live. Will you be getting tickets to see Matilda on Broadway?