Discount Broadway Tickets For & Juliet: Future Show

& Juliet Summary

  • Show Status: Future
  • & Juliet is 2 hours 30 minutes long, including an intermission of 15 mInutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Begin: May 10, 2023
  • Show Opens: June 1, 2023
  • Show Closes: Open ended

In a raucous musical comedy, Juliet suffers heartbreak after losing Romeo and she parties like its 1999, but she struggles to reclaim her story

& Juliet on Broadway Background

Fresh and riotously funny, & JULIET explodes with dozens of pop anthems you already know and love by legendary songwriter Max Martin, including …Baby One More Time, Since U Been Gone, Roar, It’s My Life, I Want It That Way, and Can’t Stop the Feeling!; as well as One More Try, a brand-new song written especially for the musical.

Winner of six WhatsOnStage Awards and three Olivier Awards, this vibrant, colorful and timely musical is brought to life by an award-winning creative team, with direction by Luke Sheppard (In the Heights), story by David West Read (Schitt’s Creek), and electrifying choreography by Jennifer Weber.

What’s & Juliet Like?

With her bags packed and ready to escape Verona, Juliet recovers from the heartbreaking loss of Romeo in the best way possible… by dancing the night away with her best friends.

But when the sparkle fades, the confetti has fallen to the ground and reality catches up, it’s clear that Juliet needs to face her past in order to find her future. Can Juliet reclaim a story that has been written in the stars? Is there really life after Romeo… or could he be worth one more try?

From the writer of Schitt’s Creek, & JULIET is a new musical about an old story.

Is & Juliet Good for Kids?

The show is good for children over the age of 12

Theatre Information

Stephen Sondheim Theatre

124 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 950
Entrance: 43rd Street, between 6th and Broadway
Theatre Information

Stephen Sondheim Theatre Seating Chart

Producers

Mike & Jones Inc % '

Production Credits

Choreography
Jennifer Weber

Creative Team

Writer
David West Read