Announced Broadway Shows 2024

Don’t miss out on great new Broadway shows in 2024.
Dive into an electrifying year on the Great White Way as 2024 unfolds an exceptional array of theatrical presentations. From starry revivals to exhilarating new offerings, Broadway promises a captivating tapestry of stories that audiences have eagerly anticipated. This comprehensive guide will keep you abreast of all developments, and for those curious about what’s to come, a delightful mixture of productions is already on the horizon. Theater fans have much to look forward to in the coming year.


Days of Wine and Roses

Days of Wine and Roses
Days of Wine and Roses

Kicking off the new year is the gritty musical Days of Wine and Roses, reuniting the creative team behind The Light in the Piazza. Kelli O’Hara and Brian d’Arcy James take on the dark tale of a couple battling addiction, adapted from the classic film. This marks director Michael Greif’s next Broadway outing after his Tony-winning work on Dear Evan Hansen.

The Notebook

Romance blooms at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre with the musical adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ The Notebook. With a score by Ingrid Michaelson and a book by This Is Us scribe Bekah Brunstetter, this sweeping love story aims to be the most romantic show on the Great White Way.

Water for Elephants

The magical world of the circus comes to life in the musical take on Sara Gruen’s novel Water for Elephants. Acrobatics and puppetry help tell the story of a veterinary student who falls for a beautiful performer when he joins a traveling circus.

The Outsiders

Greaser culture and brotherly bonds take center stage in the folk musical The Outsiders, based on S.E. Hinton’s seminal coming-of-age novel. After its release in 1967 at just 15 years old, Hinton’s book became a classroom staple across America. Now, this musical adaptation brings the beloved story of Tulsa toughs to Broadway.


Cabaret returns in a buzzed-about London production from Olivier-winning director Rebecca Frecknall. This immersive revival aims to pull audiences into the dark pleasures of the Kit Kat Club as the Emcee, Sally Bowles, and others see their lives upended by the rise of fascism.

Gutenberg! The Musical

Comedic duo Andrew Rannells and Josh Gad reunite onstage for the meta-musical spoof Gutenberg! The Musical is about two friends writing a farcical musical about the inventor of the printing press. Written by the co-creators of Beetlejuice, this show-within-a-show pokes fun at the trials of creating a new musical.

Merrily We Roll Along

Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along gets its first Broadway revival, told in reverse chronological order through the intertwining lives of three friends in show business. The bittersweet musical features some of Sondheim’s most beloved songs.

I Need That

Oscar nominee Danny DeVito returns to the stage alongside daughter Lucy DeVito in the quirky comedy I Need That, about a hoarder forced to confront his ever-growing mountain of possessions. Pulitzer winner Theresa Rebeck provides the laughs in this timely reflection on stuff versus treasure.

How to Dance in Ohio

The award-winning documentary How to Dance in Ohio gets the musical treatment, following a group of autistic teens preparing for their first formal dance together. This uplifting show celebrates finding connection and gaining independence.

Prayer for the French Republic

Joshua Harmon of Bad Jews pens the poignant dramedy Prayer for the French Republic, hopping between 1944 and the present day to explore generational trauma through one Jewish family in Paris.

The Wiz

Finally, a revival of the Tony-winning 1975 musical The Wiz brings L. Frank Baum’s fantasy world to funky life through an all-black lens. The show that brought us classics like “Ease on Down the Road” aims to work its magic once more.

It’s sure to be an exciting theatrical season on the Great White Way. From fresh adaptations to revivals of modern classics, Broadway has something for every theater lover in 2023-2024.