The Best Broadway Shows in New York 2021/2022

Must-see Broadway shows right now

The answer to whether you should or should not see a Broadway show when visiting New York is crystal clear: YES, it absolutely belongs on your bucket list! What is not always as clear, however, is which show to pick. In order to help you out, we’ve created an overview of the absolute best Broadway shows in NYC right now.

Are you looking for ten Broadway shows currently playing in New York, the best Broadway shows in New York, record-breaking shows or maybe the best Broadway shows for kids? Choose your category and dive right in!

And here you find our complete list of Broadway shows in New York.

The 10 Best Broadway Shows currently playing in New York

This is our TOP 10 list of current Broadway shows in New York City – Broadway is reopening and we can finally enjoy the many wonderful shows!

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    Hamilton on Broadway (from September 14)

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    A rap musical about the first US Treasury Secretary? Hamilton is the hottest musical on Broadway right now, and with good reason!

    What is the Musical Hamilton About?

    The Broadway musical tells the story of Alexander Hamilton, the “10 dollar founding father without a father”, who came to the United States as an orphan after a hurricane had destroyed the small Caribbean island he called his home. In the time span of almost 30 years (1773-1804) he moved to the United States, overcame poverty, fought in the American War of independence and played a major role in the United States’ first government while facing struggles and rivalry. That, however, is only one side of the story. In the musical, you will also learn about his personal life, including friendships, love, family and the country’s first affair. Even after Hamilton “throws away his shot” in the duel of 1804, his legacy lives on.

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    Wicked on Broadway (from September 14)

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    If you are on vacation in New York, you should see one of the many great musicals. One of them is Wicked. For 10 years this famous musical has been on Broadway. It tells the so far mysterious story of the Witches of Oz around the green-skinned witch Elphaba and her special friendship with the witch Glinda.

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    The Lion King (from September 14)

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    This touching musical tells the story of Simba, who has a difficult path to the throne ahead of him and must assert himself against his evil uncle Scar. It is about fear, courage, the meaning of life and that you must never give up. Based on the Disney film, this musical developed into a Broadway hit and impresses hundreds of visitors every day. When it comes to musicals,The Lion King is as good as it gets

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    Chicago on Broadway (from September 14)

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    Chicago is the hottest musical Broadway has ever seen in New York. The show at the Ambassador Theater offers a passionate mixture of love and lies, glory and vanity, fraud and betrayal, sex and crime – in addition there is excellent jazz and unique dance scenes in the lifestyle of the 1920s.

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    Aladdin on Broadway (from September 28)

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    Who doesn’t know the story of Aladdin and his magic lamp? On Broadway, the stage show by Casey Nicholaw enchants hundreds of spectators daily. Jasmine, the genie in the bottle and the flying carpet make this musical a favorite of many kids and adults alike.

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    Phantom of the Opera (from October 22)

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    The Phantom of the Opera is a very famous musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. It continues to amaze NYC aundiences even after running for 29 years in succession. As the winner of 70 major theatre awards it is definitely worth being one of the 140 million people who have viewed this theatricle masterpiece!

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    Come From Away

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    What is the Musical Come From Away About?

    After the attacks on September 11, 2001, when airspace was closed off, some hundred flights being diverted from their original routes. 38 of those planes carrying nearly 7,000 passengers found themselves stranded in the small community of Gander on the isolated island of Newfoundland, Canada. Considering that those stranded, the Come From Aways, doubled the community’s population within a heartbeat, it was clear that the community was not prepared for such a large amount of people. Still, they decided to not only open their homes but also their hearts to the stranded.

    Our Come From Away Review

    The musical Come From Away is unique in many different ways, especially if you think about the topic and the unusual running time for a Broadway show. Additionally, the musical also stands in great contrast to many productions using a pretentious stage design. In Come From Away, most scenes are created with no more than 12 actors and 12 chairs.

    The 12 actors each play two characters, presenting both perspectives: The perspective of the stranded and the locals. The switch between the characters is made in a very subtle, yet clever way – using ordinary resources, such as hats and jackets. The 12 chairs help to create various settings, whether it is a bar, a plane or a bus. The simplicity of the stage design stands in great contrast to the complexity of stories and characters.

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    The Book of Mormon (from November 5)

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    The Book of Mormon on Broadway is probably one of the most entertaining musicals in New York. Since its debut in 2011, it has not only caused a lot of controversies but also won 9 Tony Awards. You can’t miss this show!

    Since its debut in 2011, the Musical The Book of Mormon was considered edgy and caused a lot of controversy for its vulgar and profane language. At first, you may expect a show that’s making fun of the Mormon religion entirely, but that is not true. You will see that the musical does not only mock Mormonism but religion in general. No one is spared, not even Jesus or Darth Vader! The intent of The Book of Mormon Musical is not to offend anyone, but to ultimately endorse positive power: It doesn’t matter what you believe in, as long as it can give you hope and make you stronger.

    Bottom line: The Book of Mormon is an extremely funny and witty musical that tries to convey a meaningful message.

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    To Kill A Mockingbird (from October 5)

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    Who doesn’t know Harper Lee’s iconic novel from the 1960s? The story sheds light on racial inequality in the 20th century, particularly in the Deep South. Since the end of 2018, you can see To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway.

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    Hadestown on Broadway (from September 2)

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    Hadestown’s musical had already been on the billboard of the New York Theatre Workshop, off Broadway, for some years. However, it has now earned a place among the best musicals and shows in New York, and you can find it on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

    What is Hadestown about?

    The Hadestown musical tells the story of the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. The two are deeply in love, but struggle to make a living. One day, when Eurydice learns about Hades’ underground factory, she feels intrigued and eventually gets lured into Hadestown. Orpheus does not hesitate and finds a way to the underworld. Hades agrees to let Orpheus leave with Eurydice on one condition: Orpheus needs to demonstrate his trust by leading the way out of Hadestown without looking back to see if Eurydice is following. Will he be able to resist the temptation and pass the test?

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The Best Broadway Shows

It’s tough for us to keep the list of our favorite Broadway shows short, but we’ve finally concluded on our top Broadway shows. We’ve enjoyed some of them so much that we have seen them multiple times! We are confident that, no matter what show you go for, it will be an unforgettable experience!

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    Hamilton

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    Hamilton holds the record of being the Broadway show with most Tony nominations. It has belonged to the most popular Broadway shows in New York since its opening nights and worldwide. The innovative idea of combining the story of the United States’ founding father Alexander Hamilton with hip hop. Music is incredible and the first of its kind so that even today, all shows are completely sold out. All in all, Hamilton is a true masterpiece by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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    Dear Evan Hansen

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    Dear Evan Hansen is hands-down one of the best Broadway shows in New York since its debut. It’s a relatable musical that takes you on an emotional roller coaster ride. While it covers some serious topics, it doesn’t fail to incorporate lots of funny moments that have the whole theater giggle. The music will be stuck in your ears long after you’ve left the Music Box Theatre.

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    Hadestown

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    When talking about the best Broadway shows in New York, Hadestown cannot be left out. It won the Tony Award for Best Musical 2019. Hadestown retells the Greek myth of Orpheus and Euridice. The tragic love story wins over its audience not only by its stage design but also by the songs.

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    Come From Away

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    Come From Away truly deserves a spot in our list of best Broadway shows in NYC. The heartfelt musical reminds us of the importance of human kindness. The minimalist stage design helps focus even more on the superb performance of the cast. What else is so special about it? Each of the 12 actors plays 2 different characters. The execution is done in a simple yet extremely clever way. You’ll be surprised!

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    The Book of Mormon

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    The Book of Mormon on Broadway is probably one of the most entertaining musicals in New York. Since its debut in 2011, it has not only caused a lot of controversies but also won 9 Tony Awards. You can’t miss this show!

    Since its debut in 2011, the Musical The Book of Mormon was considered edgy and caused a lot of controversy for its vulgar and profane language. At first, you may expect a show that’s making fun of the Mormon religion entirely, but that is not true. You will see that the musical does not only mock Mormonism but religion in general. No one is spared, not even Jesus or Darth Vader! The intent of The Book of Mormon Musical is not to offend anyone, but to ultimately endorse positive power: It doesn’t matter what you believe in, as long as it can give you hope and make you stronger.

    Bottom line: The Book of Mormon is an extremely funny and witty musical that tries to convey a meaningful message.

The Best Broadway Shows according to Critics

Every year, new musicals covet the honor of being recognized as Broadway’s best. The most notable ceremonies praising Broadway shows are the Oscar, Tony and Grammy Awards. These awards, particularly the Tonys, are a great indicator if you are not sure which Broadway shows to watch. Apart from the best musicals below, you’ll find more critics picks (Hamilton, Dear Evan Hansen, and Hadestown) in the other categories.

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    The Phantom of the Opera

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    After 30 years on Broadway, the Phantom of the Opera remains one of the best Broadway shows of all time. Even after all this time, the classic musical is seeing sold-out performances on a daily basis. And there is no end in sight. With this level of popularity in mind, it is a must-see Broadway show in New York for everyone.

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    Hamilton

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    Hamilton holds the record of being the Broadway show with most Tony nominations. It has belonged to the most popular Broadway shows in New York since its opening nights and worldwide. The innovative idea of combining the story of the United States’s founding father Alexander Hamilton with hip hop. Music is incredible and the first of its kind so that even today, all shows are completely sold out. All in all, Hamilton is a true masterpiece by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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    The Book of Mormon

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    With 14 Tony nominations in 2011, the Book of Mormon is still one of the most-nominated musicals of all time. On the evening of the ceremony, it took home 9 Tonys. Critics agreed that musical comedy is one of the best Broadway shows in New York. If you decide to see it, laughs are guaranteed.

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    Jagged Little Pill

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    Jagged Little Pill is a musical inspired by the wonderful music of Alanis Morissette. In addition to her world-famous songs like “Ironic,” “You Oughta Know,” and “Hand in My Pocket,” she has written many other songs especially for this Broadway Show. If you’re looking for a musical that features fun, love and heartbreak, Jagged Little Pill is a great choice.

    Critics, by the way, are thrilled with the musical, which is performed at the Broadhurst Theatre in the Theatre District: it was nominated for 15 Tony Awards (more than any Broadway show before it) and won a Grammy. Largely responsible for its success is Diane Paulus, known from the musicals Waitress and Pippin.

The Best Broadway Shows for Kids

Shows are surely one of the most special things to do in New York with kids. When talking about the best Broadway shows in New York for kids, Disney musicals are almost unbeaten. Yet, there are several more shows in NYC beyond Disney musicals that are geared towards children. So here’s a list of kid-friendly shows in New York.

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    The Lion King

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    There’s no denying that the Lion King is one of the best Broadway shows, period. However, especially when you are traveling as a family, the Lion King is a great choice because it’s enjoyable for adults and kids alike. It’s bringing to life one of Disney’s most popular movies and truly immerses you into the heartfelt coming-of-age story.

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    Aladdin

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    Another one of New York’s top Broadway shows is Disney’s Aladdin! With a show like this, you can never go wrong! There is no doubt that your kids will love it, too. The stage design is out of this world, giving you so much to marvel at. Keep an eye out for the magic carpet; visitors are still speculating about how it works.

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    Wicked

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    Wicked is a prequel to the story of The Wizard of Oz that tells the story of Elphaba before she became the Wicked Witch of the West. Elphaba and her classmate Glinda are two witches that could not be any more different, yet they develop a profound friendship. The musical Wicked will always be a crowd-favorite and its popular song “Defying Gravity” gives us goosebumps every time.

All Broadway Shows in NYC

This is the full list of broadway shows to see in New York:

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    01 Hadestown (from September 2)

    Hadestown’s musical had already been on the billboard of the New York Theatre Workshop, off Broadway, for some years. However, it has now earned a place among the best musicals and shows in New York, and you can find it on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

    What is Hadestown about?

    The Hadestown musical tells the story of the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. The two are deeply in love, but struggle to make a living. One day, when Eurydice learns about Hades’ underground factory, she feels intrigued and eventually gets lured into Hadestown. Orpheus does not hesitate and finds a way to the underworld. Hades agrees to let Orpheus leave with Eurydice on one condition: Orpheus needs to demonstrate his trust by leading the way out of Hadestown without looking back to see if Eurydice is following. Will he be able to resist the temptation and pass the test?

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    02 Wicked (from September 14)

    If you are on vacation in New York, you should see one of the many great musicals. One of them is Wicked. For 10 years this famous musical has been on Broadway. It tells the so far mysterious story of the Witches of Oz around the green-skinned witch Elphaba and her special friendship with the witch Glinda.

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    03 Hamilton (from September 14)

    A rap musical about the first US Treasury Secretary? Hamilton is the hottest musical on Broadway right now, and with good reason!

    What is the Musical Hamilton About?

    The Broadway musical tells the story of Alexander Hamilton, the “10 dollar founding father without a father”, who came to the United States as an orphan after a hurricane had destroyed the small Caribbean island he called his home. In the time span of almost 30 years (1773-1804) he moved to the United States, overcame poverty, fought in the American War of independence and played a major role in the United States’ first government while facing struggles and rivalry. That, however, is only one side of the story. In the musical, you will also learn about his personal life, including friendships, love, family and the country’s first affair. Even after Hamilton “throws away his shot” in the duel of 1804, his legacy lives on.

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    04 Chicago (from September 14)

    Chicago is the hottest musical Broadway has ever seen in New York. The show at the Ambassador Theater offers a passionate mixture of love and lies, glory and vanity, fraud and betrayal, sex and crime – in addition there is excellent jazz and unique dance scenes in the lifestyle of the 1920s.

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    05 The Lion King (from September 14)

    This touching musical tells the story of Simba, who has a difficult path to the throne ahead of him and must assert himself against his evil uncle Scar. It is about fear, courage, the meaning of life and that you must never give up. Based on the Disney film, this musical developed into a Broadway hit and impresses hundreds of visitors every day. When it comes to musicals,The Lion King is as good as it gets

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    06 Come From Away (from September 22)

    What is the Musical Come From Away About?

    After the attacks on September 11, 2001, when airspace was closed off, some hundred flights being diverted from their original routes. 38 of those planes carrying nearly 7,000 passengers found themselves stranded in the small community of Gander on the isolated island of Newfoundland, Canada. Considering that those stranded, the Come From Aways, doubled the community’s population within a heartbeat, it was clear that the community was not prepared for such a large amount of people. Still, they decided to not only open their homes but also their hearts to the stranded.

    Our Come From Away Review

    The musical Come From Away is unique in many different ways, especially if you think about the topic and the unusual running time for a Broadway show. Additionally, the musical also stands in great contrast to many productions using a pretentious stage design. In Come From Away, most scenes are created with no more than 12 actors and 12 chairs.

    The 12 actors each play two characters, presenting both perspectives: The perspective of the stranded and the locals. The switch between the characters is made in a very subtle, yet clever way – using ordinary resources, such as hats and jackets. The 12 chairs help to create various settings, whether it is a bar, a plane or a bus. The simplicity of the stage design stands in great contrast to the complexity of stories and characters.

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    07 Moulin Rouge (from September 24)

    Finally, Moulin Rouge made it to Broadway! The musical has long been anticipated by both theater enthusiasts and fans of the movie from 2001. Replacing Kinky Boots in Al Hirschfeld Theatre, Moulin Rouge brings one of your all-time favorite movies to life. Yet, you shouldn’t expect a musical that’s 100% true to the original!

    Our personal Moulin Rouge review

    Moulin Rouge surely blew us away! It is one of the most entertaining musicals I have seen. The way the performers worked the crowd was unparalleled. Everybody had a great time and the applause after each musical number reflected the excitement in the theater. Moulin Rouge made sure to keep the audience entertained at all times. Before the show even started, artists on the stage set the mood for a licentious Parisian burlesque show. The final musical number even had the entire audience clapping, singing and dancing along. Everybody celebrated the show.

    Al Hirschfeld Theatre was completely transformed for Moulin Rouge. The set and stage design is the most opulent one I have ever seen. It truly sets the scene for what it is; a musical sparkling with diamonds. Having been to the real Moulin Rouge in Paris before, I definitely felt some similarities. That was only reinforced by the premium seating in the Front Orchestra section that had little tables and special seats resembling the seating in the Paris’ Moulin Rouge. As I have mentioned before, however, I do not recommend selecting those seats if you want to get the best experience.

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    08 Aladdin (from September 28)

    Who doesn’t know the story of Aladdin and his magic lamp? On Broadway, the stage show by Casey Nicholaw enchants hundreds of spectators daily. Jasmine, the genie in the bottle and the flying carpet make this musical a favorite of many kids and adults alike.

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    09 To Kill A Mockingbird (from October 5)

    Who doesn’t know Harper Lee’s iconic novel from the 1960s? The story sheds light on racial inequality in the 20th century, particularly in the Deep South. Since the end of 2018, you can see To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway.

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    10 The Tina Turner Musical (from October 8)

    The musical “Tina” shows the exciting life of the world-famous singer Tina Turner, who grew up in Tennessee and then conquered the world. The result is a fascinating musical full of emotions and world hits, which can be seen and experienced on the legendary Broadway, the cradle of the modern musical.  All fans of Tina Turner’s music and people who love to be carried away by a gripping storyline on stage will be thrilled by the Tina Turner musical on Broadway in New York. 

    In The Tina Turner Musical you will be captivated for almost 3 hours and songs like “Private Dancer” and “What’s love got to do with that” are of course not to be missed. At the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in the heart of the Theatre District you can experience this great Broadway show.

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    11 Jagged Little Pill (from October 21)

    Jagged Little Pill is a musical inspired by the wonderful music of Alanis Morissette. In addition to her world-famous songs like “Ironic,” “You Oughta Know,” and “Hand in My Pocket,” she has written many other songs especially for this Broadway Show. If you’re looking for a musical that features fun, love and heartbreak, Jagged Little Pill is a great choice.

    Critics, by the way, are thrilled with the musical, which is performed at the Broadhurst Theatre in the Theatre District: it was nominated for 15 Tony Awards (more than any Broadway show before it) and won a Grammy. Largely responsible for its success is Diane Paulus, known from the musicals Waitress and Pippin.

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    12 Phantom of the Opera (from October 22)

    The Phantom of the Opera is a very famous musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. It continues to amaze NYC aundiences even after running for 29 years in succession. As the winner of 70 major theatre awards it is definitely worth being one of the 140 million people who have viewed this theatricle masterpiece!

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    13 The Book of Mormon (from November 5)

    The Book of Mormon on Broadway is probably one of the most entertaining musicals in New York. Since its debut in 2011, it has not only caused a lot of controversies but also won 9 Tony Awards. You can’t miss this show!

    Since its debut in 2011, the Musical The Book of Mormon was considered edgy and caused a lot of controversy for its vulgar and profane language. At first, you may expect a show that’s making fun of the Mormon religion entirely, but that is not true. You will see that the musical does not only mock Mormonism but religion in general. No one is spared, not even Jesus or Darth Vader! The intent of The Book of Mormon Musical is not to offend anyone, but to ultimately endorse positive power: It doesn’t matter what you believe in, as long as it can give you hope and make you stronger.

    Bottom line: The Book of Mormon is an extremely funny and witty musical that tries to convey a meaningful message.

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    14 Dear Even Hansen (from December 11)

    Dear Evan Hansen’s musical is without doubt one of the most popular on Broadway. Since its premiere in December 2016, it has won six Tony Awards (including Best Musical) and also a Grammy for Best Album.

    Our Dear Evan Hansen Review

    Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway is the holder of six Tony Awards in the categories of Best Musical, Best Score, Best Book of a Musical, Best Actor, Best Featured Actress and Best Orchestrations. However, the success of the Musical goes beyond the Tony Awards, having earned a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album.

    With all the awards in mind, you may wonder who’s behind the musical Dear Evan Hansen? That would be the American songwriter duo Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Apart from creating incredible music for Dear Evan Hansen, they also were rewarded for their works in the Golden Globe-winning movie La La Land as well as The Greatest Showman Alive. Along with Alan Menken, they are now working on new music for Disney’s Live action of Aladdin. You can see, Pasek and Paul prove true expertise at their job and manage to write the most amazing songs time and again.

What are your must-see Broadway shows and why? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

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