What days do Broadway shows play?


What days do Broadway shows play?

While the traditional Broadway schedule runs Tuesday through Sunday (with Sunday and Monday evenings off), a handful of productions diverge slightly and offer performances at non-traditional times, particularly during the holidays.

What Broadway shows are on TV?

Broadway Shows Streaming Online:

  • Bonnie and Clyde the Musical. The Frank Wildhorn musical as filmed live in London.
  • John & Jen. A new musical from Andrew Lippa and Tom Greenwald.
  • Diana The Musical.
  • Come From Away.
  • Michael Ball & Alfie Boe: Back Together.
  • Funny Girl.
  • Hamilton.
  • Fame the Musical.

What’s hot on Broadway right now?

The Best Shows You Can See on Broadway Right Now

  • American Utopia. Choreographer: Annie-B Parson.
  • Come From Away. Director: Christopher Ashley (Memphis, Xanadu)
  • Company. Director: Marianne Elliott (Angels in America)
  • Hadestown.
  • Hamilton.
  • The Lion King.
  • Six.
  • Wicked.

Are there Broadway shows on Mondays?

Typically, Broadway shows have performances Tuesday through Sunday, with no performances on Monday. There are usually two performances — a matinee and an evening show — on Wednesday and Saturday.

What is the best day to see a Broadway show?

Thursday night performances are the most desired, followed by Tuesday nights. Oddly enough, Wednesday night is relegated to fifth place, with Friday night taking third and Saturday night fourth.

Do Broadway actors get bored?

Yes. 15 years on Broadway as a musician and four musicals. Boredom is a common malady especially with long-running shows where the pace varies by no more than a minute from performance to performance. It’s why Broadway stars typically sign contracts for X performances or weeks rather than run-of-show.