Now that the holiday season has come and gone, the Broadway theatre world is back in full swing and there are several exciting productions that are taking place in the regular Broadway season. One of the most talked about new productions is the musical starring Gerry Goffin known as Beautiful: The Carole King Musical. This production is taking place at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre and is one of the most talked about new productions of the season. The show will be filled with classic hits from Carole King as well as some new musical productions that are sure to have audiences dancing in the aisles. Tickets are on sale now and available to audiences who want to see Beautiful: The Carole King Musical live.
Another much talked about live theatrical production is coming to audiences starting this January with the new production of Intimacy. This new play will be debuting on the Broadway stage on January 14th and will run through March 8th. The show which is being brought to audiences by Thomas Bradshaw has been hailed by the New York Times as one of the top plays of the year. This production is being brought to audiences by The New Group. This production will officially open on the 14th and tickets are available now for this much talked about new production.
Another new much talked about production on Broadway is the Harold Pinter production called No Man’s Land. This new show is officially performing on the stage now through March 2nd and tickets are now available for those who want to see this limited engagement much talked about production live. This play now only tells a captivating tale but features some of the biggest names in the entertainment world. The production is actually two different plays performed in repertory and it features four of the biggest actors in the business. After No Man’s Land performs, Waiting for Godot is also performed for audiences who arrive to this production. The play stars Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley. Tickets are on sale now and available to the public. Will you be seeing this play before it wraps up on March 2nd?