Discount Broadway Tickets For Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge Summary

  • Show Status: Currently playing at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre
  • Genre: Musical
  • Moulin Rouge is 2 hours and 35 minutes long, including an intermission of 15 minutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Began: June 28, 2019
  • Show Opened : July 25, 2019
  • Show Closes: Open ended

A reimagination and update to Baz Luhrmann’s revolutionary 2001 film of the same name. A young, penniless English poet falls in love with a beautiful courtesan in Paris in 1899, but she hides a fatal secret.

Moulin Rouge on Broadway Background

The Broadway stage version of Baz Luhrmann’s revolutionary 2001 film performs on the Great White Way at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.

Jukebox Musical Without Any Original Songs

Although the show is depicted as a "jukebox musical" as it does not have any original songs written specifically for it, the show still feels quite original in nature and the mash-up style of the music can still feel fresh and new.

The music score in the Broadway version of the show is quite different to the music in the 2001 movie of the same name.

Lead Actors Have a Bevy of Broadway Experience

The three leads in the show have a bevy of Broadway experience among them including West Side Story, Catch Me If You Can, In the Heights, Rent, Brooklyn the Musical, Next to Normal, Wicked and Hair­spray

The 2001 Movie Failed to Garner Awards

The groundbreaking 2001 movie was nominated for eight Academy Awards at the March 24, 2002 Oscars, but only won for the somewhat-paltry "costume design" and "art direction".

The lack of awards was due to the fierce competition that year with some other amazing films.

Broadway Show Uses All New Song Choices

Along with the original songs from the movie, some newer songs have also been brought in to beef up the show, and the show became the beneficiary of many Tony Award nominations and awards.

Boy George Set To Star As Zidler

Boy George is making his way back to Broadway. The Grammy Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated singer-songwriter will take over the role of Harold Zidler in Moulin Rouge.

Boy George will join the Tony-winning musical on Feb. 16, 2024, and continue for a limited run through May 12, 2024

What's Moulin Rouge Like?

Set in early 1900's Paris, The Moulin Rouge is a popular cabaret located close to Montmartre in the Paris district of Pigalle in the 18th arrondissement.

English Poet and French Courtesan

A young English poet falls in love with a beautiful French courtesan, who is also the star of the cabaret. The Broadway show is an upbeat musical with comedic interludes and deals with some of the more serious subject matter of the time including prostitution and Tuberculosis.

Early deaths were common in this time period, and a common ailment back in 1900's Paris was Tuberculosis, that was still called "consumption" at the time and claimed many lives.

Epidemic Of Consumption

The object of our protagonist's love is the beautiful courtesan and she has been infected with the serious infectious disease. We see her rapid medical decline from being the "shining diamond" of the show, to her ultimate painful and moving death.

The show is a beautiful recreation of an early Paris set, but set in a very dark time, which resonates with the audiences.

Cabaret Seating

The show has cabaret seating available on stage and the whole theatre and seating has been designed to make the audience feel that it is actually in the original Moulin Rouge in Paris, evoking the glamour of the period. Fortunately, audience members are not required to contract Tuberculosis to enjoy the show.

Is Moulin Rouge Good for Kids?

Despite being an upbeat show, Moulin Rouge may not be appropriate for children under 16 years old due to its adult themes of sex, death, prostitution and corruption.

Moulin Rouge Ticket Lottery and Rush Schedule

Some discounted Broadway show tickets are sold as part of the Broadway Ticket lotteries or as Rush Tickets. 

Lottery Tickets are typically drawn the day before the performance. See the Ticket Lottery Schedule 

Rush tickets are typically valid on-the-same-day of the show. See the Rush Ticket Schedule

Online Lottery

Tuesday, 9:00am

Wednesday, 9:00am

Thursday, 9:00am

Friday, 9:00am

Saturday, 9:00am

Sunday, 9:00am

Digital Rush

Tuesday, 10:00am

Wednesday, 10:00am

Thursday, 10:00am

Friday, 10:00am

Saturday, 10:00am

Sunday, 10:00am

Purchase the Broadway Discounts Guide to get details on how to get Lottery and Rush Tickets Tonight (if available) for Moulin Rouge.

Moulin Rouge at TKTS Ticket Stands

Below is the discount ticket availability for this show at the TKTS ticket booths.

Booth Discount Price Today's Show Time
Times Square Closed (50%) Closed ($85-123) 8:00 PM
Lincoln Center Closed (50%) Closed ($85-123) 8:00 PM

Theatre Information

Al Hirschfeld Theatre

302 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
Seats: 1,437
Entrance: 45th Street, between 8th and 9th Ave
Theatre Information

Al Hirschfeld Theatre Seating Chart

Moulin Rouge Marquee

Moulin Rouge Marquee

Cast Members

Satine
Courtney Reed
Christian
Derek Klena
Christian
Casey Cott
Harold Zidler
Boy George
Harold Zidler
Austin Durant
Toulouse-Lautrec
André Ward
The Duke of Monroth
David Harris
Santiago
Ricky Rojas
Santiago
Gabe Martínez
Nini
Sophie Carmen-Jones

Past Cast Members

The Duke of Monroth
Declan Bennett
Nini
Robyn Hurder
Harold Zidler
Titus Burgess
Toulouse-Lautrec
Sahr Ngaujah
Harold Zidler
Eric Anderson
Satine
Ashley Loren
Satine
Natalie Mendoza
Satine
Karen Olivo
Christian
Derek Klena
Christian
Aaron Tveit
Harold Zidler
Danny Burstein
The Duke of Monroth
Tam Mutu
Santiago
Caleb Marshall-Villarreal

Producers

INDIVIDUALS:

Carmen Pavlovic

Bill Damaschke (Executive Producer)

ORGANIZATIONS:

Desantis-Baugh Productions

42nd.club

Candy Spelling

Tulchin/Bartner Productions

Jujamcyn Theaters

International Theatre Fund

Production Credits

General Manager
Foresight Theatrical LLC
Company Manager
Marc Borsak
Production Manager
Juniper Street Productions
Casting Director
Stephen Kopel
Advertising Representative
RPM
Press Agent
Boneau/Bryan-Brown
Production Stage Manager
Michael J Passaro

Creative Team

Book Writer
John Logan
Director
Alex Timbers
Choreographer
Sonya Tayeh
Music Supervisor/Arrangements
Justin Levine
Settings
Derek McLane
Costumes
Catherine Zuber
Lighting
Justin Townsend
Sound
Peter Hylenski