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Into The Woods Summary
- Show Status: In Previews
- Genre: Musical
- Into The Woods is 135 Minutes long, including an intermission of 15 Minutes
- 8 Shows per week
- Previews Began: June 28, 2022
- Show Opens: July 6, 2022
- Show Closes: August 21, 2022
Stephen Sondheim’s most popular musical turns the world of fairy tales topsy-turvy, reminding us that granted wishes often bring complications
Into The Woods on Broadway Background
Move From Successful Run at New York City Center
Direct from its sold-out New York City Center Encores! run in 2021, the Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s Tony Award®-winning musical moved to Broadway’s St. James Theatre for just 8 weeks starting on June 28th 2022 with a bevy of stars.
Fourth Revival of the Show
Since Into the Woods first opened on Broadway in 1987, the show has received three previous New York revivals, including one on Broadway.
Patrick-Harris and Headley Are Out
Neil Patrick-Harris and Heather Headley, who headlined the earlier run, will not make the move to Broadway.
What’s Into The Woods Like?
Little Red has strayed far from the path, Jack’s found a second beanstalk, Prince Charming’s eyes are wandering, and there’s a Witch living next door.
Filled with exquisite music and brilliant lyrics, this innovative new production is enchanting as it ventures beyond “happily ever after.”
The show is a glorious revival of the Sondheim favorite and is performed with a wonderful cast who deliver rich and very human performances.
Is Into The Woods Good for Kids?
Despite this show featuring many fairy story themes, this show is not recommended for kids 10 and younger.
Although rife with cheerful, sing-song exchanges between beloved fairytale characters, the show also comes peppered with infidelity, murder, death, and other such unfavorable acts.
Best for persons over the age of 16
St. James Theatre
New York, NY 10019
- The Baker's Wife
- Sara Bareilles
- The Baker
- Brian d'Arcy James
- The Witch
- Patina Miller
- Phillipa Soo
- Rapunzel's Prince
- Joshua Henry
- The Wolf and Cinderella's Prince
- Gavin Creel
New York City Center
Michael Cassel Group
Jessica R. Jenen
Armstrong, Gold & Ross
Nicole Kastrinos is executive producer
- Lear deBessonet
- Lorin Latarro
- Music Direction
- Rob Berman
- Music and Lyrics
- Stephen Sondheim
- Book Writer
- James Lapine