Discount Broadway Tickets For Stereophonic

Stereophonic Summary

  • Show Status: Currently playing at the John Golden Theatre
  • Genre: Play With Music
  • Stereophonic is 3 hours 5 minutes long, including an intermission of 15 minutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Began: April 2, 2024
  • Show Opened : April 19, 2024
  • Show Closes: January 5, 2025

A rock group records their first album and experience the joys and frustrations of creating art as band members and the sound engineers strive for artistic perfection, battle inner demons and clash in their relationships.

Stereophonic on Broadway Background

Off Broadway Transfer

The play completed a run at the off-Broadway Playwrights Horizons’ Theatre Dec. 17, 2023 following a three-week extension. Those performances received some limited critical praise and decent box office returns.

Off Broadway Cast Transfers With Show

The entire cast of the Off-Broadway production reprise their roles for the Broadway show.

Show Extends Run Twice

Stereophonic extended its run on Broadway twice. The play, which was set to close on August 18, 2024, now extends until January 5, 2025. The show that opened April 2, 2024 was originally a limited engagement for 14 weeks at the Golden Theatre, but in the very first week, tickets sales were so strong that it was extended for four weeks.

TONY Nominations Record

Stereophonic made history as the most Tony Award nominated play ever, with 13 nominations including Best Play.

What's Stereophonic Like?

Stereophonic follows a mid-1970s rock group as they record their sophomore album, after their debut record was a surprise hit and the show highlights the joys and frustrations of creating art.

Set In A Recording Studio

The play entirely takes place in a recording studio as the audience watches the band members and their engineers strive for artistic perfection, battle inner demons and clash in their personal and professional relationships.

Comparisons To Fleetwood Mac

David Adjmi’s musical play is not officially based on the band Fleetwood Mac, but the show has been compared to the band’s 1977 album Rumours due to its similar themes of music-making and the '70s-style excess of drugs, alcohol and egos.

Janis Joplin's Album Art

The show art used in the show is similar to many of Janis Joplin's albums, so this gives the impression that there were many sources of inspiration for the show, but Fleetwood Mac was the undoubtedly the primary one.

The play follows the up-and-coming rock band as they record this new album in a California music studio in 1976. The band’s personal dynamics color every corner of the process.

Arcade Fire and Will Butler

The show features music by Oscar nominee and Grammy winner Will Butler, formerly of the indie rock band Arcade Fire.

Is Stereophonic Good for Kids?

The age recommendation for the play is 16+ due to the on-stage depiction of sex, drugs and violence.

Stereophonic 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

Monday, 9:00am

Tuesday, 9:00am

Wednesday, 9:00am

Thursday, 9:00am

Friday, 9:00am

Saturday, 9:00am

General Rush

Tuesday, 10:00am

Wednesday, 10:00am

Thursday, 10:00am

Friday, 10:00am

Saturday, 10:00am

Sunday, 12:00pm

Digital Rush

Tuesday, 11:00am

Wednesday, 11:00am

Thursday, 11:00am

Friday, 11:00am

Saturday, 11:00am

Sunday, 11:00am

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Theatre Information

John Golden Theatre

252 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 804
Entrance: 45th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues
Theatre Information

John Golden Theatre Seating Chart

Stereophonic Marquee

Stereophonic Marquee

Cast Members

Reg
Will Brill
Charlie
Andrew R. Butler
Holly
Juliana Canfield
Grover
Eli Gelb
Peter
Tom Pecinka
Diana
Sarah Pidgeon
Simon
Chris Stack

Producers

Sue Wagner

John Johnson

Seaview

Sonia Friedman Productions

Linden Productions

Ashley Melone

Nick Mills

Production Credits

Director
Daniel Aukin

Creative Team

Playwright
David Adjmi
Music
Will Butler