Buy Tickets to the Best Broadway Shows of 2024

Buy Tickets to the Best Broadway Shows of 2024

A visit to New York City isn’t complete without attending at least one Broadway show. The tickets sell out fast for the best Broadway shows, so you will want to secure yours well before your trip. You could choose a show that has been a staple on Broadway for over 20 years, like Chicago, Wicked, or The Lion King. Or perhaps you would like to see something completely new, like & Juliet, Six, or The Wiz. Get a taste of the best with this comprehensive list to find a show that entices you. 

Best Broadway Musicals 

Get ready for sensory overload as you step into the electric atmosphere of Times Square, a mere 1.3 miles away from The Marmara Park Avenue. As the illuminated heart of Manhattan, Times Square dazzles with oversized billboards, overflowing crowds, and endless entertainment. You will find flagship stores of some of the most well-known brands in the world. During the day, you will find character photo ops and plenty of tourist attractions. At night, Time Square glows with a million lights, transforming your experience. There are also plenty of dining options that visitors and locals enjoy. 

& Juliet 

This brilliant musical will have you laughing in your seat as it tells an alternate ending to the greatest love story ever told. Enjoy some of the greatest hits from pop as you follow the story of a modern Juliet. Instead of ending it all with Romeo, she embarks on a new adventure of love and life.  

The Book of Mormon 

Embark on the experience of a lifetime with two Mormon missionaries and their mission to preach the word of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Uganda. Since its premiere in 2011, it has won nine Tony Awards and a Grammy. 

Chicago 

Featuring classic songs like “All That Jazz” and "Razzle Dazzle,” Chicago will have you dancing in your seat. It has won six Tony Awards, so it is no surprise that this sizzling show has been a success on Broadway since 1996.  

Hamilton 

Premiering in 2015, Hamilton took the Broadway world by storm and has become one of the greatest musicals of all time. It tells an epic saga of Alexander Hamilton as he seeks love, legacy, and honor in shaping America. It has won 11 Tony Awards, a Grammy, and a Pulitzer Prize.  

Moulin Rouge! The Musical 

Based on the 2001 musical starring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, the famous French cabaret again comes to life on the stage. Celebrate freedom, true love, and beauty with this remixed musical.  

The Notebook 

It was a book, then a movie, and now a Broadway production. The Notebook tells the epic and heart-wrenching love story of Allie and Noah.  

Six the Musical 

Henry VIII gets all of the attention that that just isn’t fair. This musical celebrates the six brave women who were his wives. Enjoy remix versions of your favorite girl empowerment songs as you learn about these famous women often left in the shadows.  

Suffs 

The “Suffs” were the bold suffragist women of the early 1900s who fought for women’s rights. Embrace these flawed yet brilliant women as they fight for the right to vote. Join them in their struggle as their plight reaches across class, generational, and race divides. 

Water for Elephants 

The circus comes to Broadway in this musical adaptation of Sara Gruen's novel. The story is told through the eyes of an older man as he recounts his adventures jumping a train and joining a circus crew.

Wicked 

Making its debut in 2003, Wicked tells the other side of the story in the Land of Oz. Long before Dorthy clicks her red heels together, there is another young woman. She’s fiery, intelligent, and misunderstood. When she meets her match with a beautiful blond girl, their rivalry soon turns into friendship. It is then forced apart when the world deems them good and “wicked’.  

The Wiz 

Another take on the Wonder Wizard of Oz, this version takes you into a soul music experience. See the world of Oz through the lens of contemporary African American culture. 

Best Broadway Plays 

For those looking for something other than a musical, plenty of plays will captivate your attention. 

An Enemy of the People  

This is a new adaptation of a Henrik Ibsen play starring Jeremy Strong. A small-town doctor views himself as an upstanding member of the community. When he raises the alarm about a potential danger to the townspeople, he is shocked and dismayed when the leaders respond by trying to destroy him. Shows will run through June 16, 2024. 

Doubt: A Parable 

This Tony Award-winning play tells the story of a Catholic school principal in the working-class Bronx who is forced to sort out fact from fiction when she suspects an inappropriate relationship between a priest and a student. It stars Liev Schreiber and Amy Ryan. The play will run through April 21, 2024.  

Mary Jane 

Rachel McAdams stars in this humorous story about Mary Jane. Watch as she navigates life as a single mother while caring for a chronically ill son. Her eternal optimism is infectious as she builds a community of women around her. Shows will run through June 02, 2024.  

Mother Play 

Tony Award winners Jesica Lange and Celia Keenan-Bolger take you back to 1962, just outside of DC. One family survives the changing times as they navigate a mother’s expectations for her children. Woe be the child who decides to make their own path. Shows will run through June 16, 2024.  

Uncle Vanya  

Join one family on their secluded farm in the heat of summer. Lives are upended when a father and his wife move back to the farm managed by his daughter and brother. Explore love, resentment, regret, and interpersonal family relationships. Shows will run through June 16, 2024.  

Plan to See One or More of the Best Broadway Shows

 New York City is a hub of culture, and Broadway is the place to go if you want to see some of the best stage performances in the world. There is something for everyone, from cheery musicals to serious dramatic plays. There are remixes of your favorite books and movies and original sagas that tell the tales of interpersonal relationships. To ensure you get tickets, check the running dates and show times online and purchase your tickets in advance. 

Book your stay at The Marmara Park Avenue and stay just around the corner from the Empire State Building.