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All Shows in New York - July 2017

Our carefully curated selection of the Shows in New York for the month of July 2017

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Where do you start with Hamilton? The hit hip-hop infused musical drama about the 10 Dollar Founding Father Without A Father from Lin-Manuel Miranda has all but taken over the world since its first sold-out run at the Off-Broadway Public Theatre in 2015. Now housed at the Richard Rodgers Theatre for the foreseeable future, the rollicking historical epic is a true arbiter of our times, with its message of inclusivity, passion, diversity and resistance from oppression gaining relevance with every passing day. More info

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The divine Bette Midler is back on Broadway in a Tony-winning performance, starring alongside David Hyde Pierce (Frasier) in this revival of the classic, Tony-winning musical. Featuring the songs 'Put On Your Sunday Clothes' and 'It Only Takes A Moment', Hello, Dolly! is an extravagant old-school treat, following the efforts of the titular matchmaker to land a wealthy and cantankerous widow. More info

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From Trey Parker and Matt Stone, four-time Emmy Award-winning creators of South Park comes this outrageously funny and risque Broadway musical about a pair of mismatched Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that's about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get. Starring BOM veteran Gavin Creel as Elder Price, fresh from his London stint in the same role, be prepared for a show where no holds are barred and perhaps cover yourself with a napkin as you'll be spluttering in comic awesomeness throughout. More info

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Join Aladdin, Jasmine and the hilarious Genie on a magic carpet ride you'll never forget. Disney's Tony-winning adaptation of their 1992 movie is Broadway's biggest family musical, packing in romance and adventure, and all the classic songs from the film. More info

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Following a critically acclaimed run at the Second Stage Theatre, this six-time Tony-winning comic musical lands on Broadway. The poignant and thought-provoking production has received rave reviews from critics for its unexpectedly touching portrayal of misunderstood youth, young love and the search for acceptance, all wrapped up in a contemporary pop score by Oscar-winning composing duo Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land). More info

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Ivan Reitman's classic movie is brought to the stage by Matilda's Tim Minchin and Matthew Warchus. An intricate, hilarious and truly heartfelt delight, Groundhog Day follows the fortunes of a grumpy TV reporter who gets caught in a supernatural time loop, forced to relive the same day over and over again. More info

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: Closes 8th October 2017

George Orwell's scarily prescient masterpiece comes to Broadway. Creating a nightmarish vision of suppression, surveillance and the all-powerful 'Big Brother', 1984 is one of the landmark texts of the 20th Century. Transferring from the UK, where it has had four acclaimed runs, this new adaptation is a startlingly staged production, employing live video projections and incorporating the book's appendix for the first time. More info

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The hugely acclaimed musical Come From Away makes its Broadway debut. Full of warmth and humanity, it tells the remarkable story of the small Newfoundland town of Gander, which found itself playing host to thousands of displaced airplane passengers on 9/11. More info

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Forget Dorothy, the juiciest tale from the land of Oz concerns the Wicked Witch of the West and her unlikely friendship with Glinda The Good Witch. Featuring more iconic numbers than you can nod your witches hat to ('Defying Gravity', 'Popular'), this three-time Tony winner is modern Broadway's biggest original musical and a glorious addition to the Oz mythology. More info

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: Closes 7th January 2018

Years after she walked out on her suffocating marriage, Nora Helmer has returned home. Written by Lucas Hnath, A Doll's House, Part 2 is the wildly ambitious sequel to Ibsen's 1879 masterpiece, which is often cited as one of the greatest plays ever written. Tony winner Laurie Metcalf (Misery) and Oscar winner Chris Cooper (Adaptation) star, while Tony winner Sam Gold (Fun Home) directs. More info

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The longest-running show in Broadway history, The Phantom of the Opera is a juicy blockbuster, ripe with romance, horror and true Broadway spectacle. The winner of seven Tony Awards, it's the story of a masked monster who stalks the halls of the Paris Opera House, and will stop at nothing to make the company's latest starlet his own. More info

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One of the city's most unique live experiences, Stomp has been thrilling New York audiences for over twenty years. This ear & eye-popping show consists of a group of eight incredibly talented performers, who create intricate rhythms from everyday household objects, from garbage can lids and zippo lighters, to buckets and hammers. More info

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Broadway's third longest-running show is a thrilling reinvention of the Disney classic. Brought to life by director Julie Taylor, The Lion King on Broadway is an exuberant mix of the songs from the movie, sumptuous costumes and breathtaking puppetry. The winner of the Tony for Best Musical, this how is a must-see for all the family. More info

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Hoping to educate us once again, Andrew Lloyd Webber returns to Broadway with a brand-new show! Adapted from the Jack Black movie of the same name, School of Rock is based around bumbling lead character Dewey Finn, the substitute teacher with rock stardom on his mind. When his own efforts to take on the world fail, he turns to his new class, who happen to be more than a little handy when it comes to musical instruments! More info

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Packed full of misplaced props, shaky acting and even shakier sets, The Play That Goes Wrong is the best worst play since Noises Off! Following the countless mishaps that befall an amateur stage production, this hilarious, mile-a-minute farce arrives on Broadway after a hugely successful London run. More info

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With a peppy score by singer songwriter Sara Bareilles, Waitress is one of Broadway's most life-affirming musicals. The story follows a small town waitress (played by Besty Wolfe) who seizes the opportunity of a big money baking contest to make a new life for herself. More info

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This ravishing adaptation draws from some of the most scandalous pages from Tolstoy's epic, War and Peace. Reimagined as a transporting electro-pop opera, writer Dave Malloy immerses us in the decadent world of the Russian Aristocracy, with all the trappings of romance, allure, passion, caviar and vodka as the lives of the titular characters are changed forever under the light of certain cosmic phenomenon. More info

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One of New York's longest-running shows, the Blue Man Group is a little hard to describe, but we'll give it a go! Take a healthy dose of percussion, mix it in with some vaudeville, a pinch of cutting edge technology, and half a teaspoon of comedy, and you've got... well, the Blue Man Group! Guiding you through this multi-sensory, alternatively amazing and hilarious show are three blue-painted performers, who don't seem to have too much knowledge about life on earth. More info

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: Closes 6th August 2017

Sholem Asch's God of Vengeance, the play that scandalized 1920's New York, is at the center of Indecent. This Off-Broadway transfer features a cast of only seven, who play multiple characters throughout, and explores the behind the scenes drama of the production, and the bravery of the cast in the face of the huge public uproar. More info

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Telling the story of Carole King's rise to fame and the troubled relationship which nearly derailed everything, Beautiful is a bright and emotionally resonant jukebox musical about one of our greatest songwriters. The winner of two Tony Awards, this life-affirming show features all of King's greatest hits, including 'You've Got a Friend', 'The Locomotion' and 'You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin''. More info

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The winner of six 2013 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Kinky Boots is one of Broadway's newest mainstays. Featuring a funky score from Cyndi Lauper, it's the story of a failing shoe factory in England which is turned around by the influence of a fabulous drag queen named Lola. More info

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Avenue Q is a provocative and subversive coming of age tale told with puppets. Think Book of Mormon meets Sesame Street. Running Off-Broadway since 2009, this three-time Tony-winning institution centers on the character of Princeton, a recent graduate in English, who makes a whole bunch of colorful new friends when he gets an apartment on Avenue Q. More info

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: Closes 3rd September 2017

Poe Dameron himself Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Inside Llewyn Davis) take son the role of a lifetime in Hamlet. This new staging of The Bard's bloody tragedy is directed by Tony winner Sam Gold (Fun Home). More info

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Co-directed by Robert De Niro and Jery Zaks, A Bronx Tale is a swinging, doo-wop infused portrait of the mob in 1960's New York. Featuring a score by Oscar and Tony winner Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast), this musical follows the story of a local boy who is taken under the wing of Bronx mob boss Sonny, and the efforts of the boy's father to wrestle him away from a life of crime. More info

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: Closes 30th December 2017

Boasting sizzling choreography from Tony winner Andy Blankenbuehler (Hamilton), Bandstand is an absorbing big band musical set in post-WWII America. The story follows a group of mismatched veterans who band together to win a national song competition, and overcome the horrors of their past. The production won the 2017 Tony for Best Choreography, and also picked up two Drama Desk Awards. More info

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: Closes 30th December 2017

One of the world's best-loved musicals returns to New York City! Get ready to fall for the magic of this feline wonder once more. Ideal for the whole family, Cats is based on poet TS Eliot's 1939 book for older children, Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. With spectacular costumes, dazzling dance moves, and some of the most memorable show tunes in musical theatre (Memory, MaCavity, The Song of the Jellicles, just to name a few!), Cats will leave you in awe. More info

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Based on the 1997 animated movie, Anastasia brings the story of the young Romanov Princess to Broadway for the first time. Bursting with adventure, romance and memorable songs, Anastasia is set to be the biggest new musical of the season. The starry creative team includes Tony winners Terrence McNally (It's Only a Play) and Darko Tresnjack (A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder). More info

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: Closes 20th August 2017

On Your Feet! is a new musical which tells the story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan, a pair of Cuban immigrants who traveled to America and became two of the biggest names in the music business. Loaded with Estefan's infectious pop classics, the show will be directed by two-time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell. More info

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: Closes 6th August 2017

Third Rail Projects brings another immersive theatrical experience to New York, following up last year's Grand Paradise. For six weeks, the company transform Lincoln Center's Clair Tow Theatre into a series of real and imaginary landscapes, inviting audiences into areas of the performance space which are usually off limits to the public in a unique tribute to the magic of the theatre. More info

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: Closes 3rd September 2017

The old world and the new collide in Meghan Kennedy's latest play, which arrives Off-Broadway after holding its world premiere in New Haven. Napoli, Brooklyn focuses on the women of the Muscolino family, Italian Immigrants living in 1960's New York, who must find a way to break away from their domineering father. More info

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: Closes 27th August 2017

Sisters Bessie and Lee have never been close, but when Bessie is diagnosed with Leukaemia, they reunite and try to put their differences aside. Scott McPherson's lyrical and very funny exploration of mortality and family ties makes its Broadway debut in this Roundabout Theatre production, and stars Janeane Garofalo and Lili Taylor​. More info

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It's been a long time coming, but the hit London-born musical Miss Saigon is finally set to light up Broadway once again, following a phenomenal run in the West End. Starring the new revival production leads Jon Jon Briones as The Engineer and North Carolina-born Eva Noblezada as Kim, experience the tragic love story amidst the last days of Saigon, complete with a revamped helicopter scene to take your breath away. Nominated for two 2017 Tony Awards! More info

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This adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic transfers to Broadway after breaking records on London's West End. Bursting with color, invention and spectacle, this show leads you inside the mysterious Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory, where nothing is quite what it seems. More info

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Brand new musical War Paint arrives on Broadway after breaking records in Chicago. It's the story of make-up giants Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein, two fierce rivals who carved out a place at the top of the male-dominated cosmetics industry. Reprising their roles from the Chicago production are Tony-winning legends Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole, who have not shared a Broadway stage before. More info

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The longest running American musical on Broadway, Chicago conjures up a heady mix of sex, death and the insatiable lust for fame, all set to one of musical theatre's most iconic scores. A winking satire of celebrity culture, its the tale of two ​beautiful criminals in the Roaring Twenties who plan to get away with murder by putting on one hell of a show. More info

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No one in the news is safe! Not to be confused with the Disney musical NEWSIES, this Drama Desk-nominated revue NEWSical is back lampooning current events, newsmakers, celebreties, and politicians - in short, everyone is fair game. With songs and material continually updated to take advantage of the top news stories, composer-lyricist Drama Desk Nominee Rick Crom's topical musical comedy is an ever-evolving mockery of all the news that is fit to spoof - and then some. More info

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In this case, the title really says it all! Naked Boys Singing is New York's most risque musical comedy, and it's a whole load of fun! Don't expect any Chippendale-type antics at this show - this is a traditional musical revue packed with talented singers, and fact that they're gorgeous and seem to have misplaced all their clothes sees almost inconsequential...almost. More info

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: Closes 26th July 2017

The Tuskegee Airmen were leading lights in the fight for integration and social equality. They were African American men brought together under the Army Air Corps program in the build up to WWII, a time when Jim Crow laws were still operating in many states. One of Off-Broadway's longest running shows, Black Angels Over Tuskegee tells their story with wit and heart, painting a realistic portrait of six men from the 99th Pursuit Squadron. More info

: Closes 8th December 2017

Brooklyn-born Jerry Seinfeld continues his Beacon Theater residency, playing one show every month. Arguably one of the greatest comedians of his time, Seinfeld has been entertaining audiences with his witty observations of the mundane little wrinkles of life since he stepped up to the mic in 1976. More info

: Closes 20th December 2017

The New York native will be belting out his old favorites with the help of his revolving piano, in an on-going series of monthly concerts at this world-famous venue. He has sold more than 100 million records over a career spanning more than 40 years, and reigns as one of most popular recording artists and respected entertainers in the world. More info

: 25th July

With the face of a teenager and a deep, rich voice that belie his 34 years of age, the Emmy-winning John Mulaney is a relatively new kid on the comedy block, taking the scene by storm with his acerbic, intelligent observational humour. A writer for Saturday Night Live (see the hilarious 'Stefon' sketches) and star of his 2014 self-titled sitcom on Fox, Mulaney resonates with his generation as he weathers the climes of adulthood and uncertainty, all the while coming across as an adorable geek. More info

: Closes 23rd July 2017

Rapper extraordinaire Kendrick Lamar has had a busy spring so far, appearing at Coachella with a series of new material from his brand-new album DAMN, accompanied by wacky videos. Now he is gearing up to take his newest LP on tour across the country from July, kicking off in Phoenix. He'll be supported by his regular collaborator Travis Scott and fellow rapper D.R.A.M at various dates on the tour. Released in April, DAMN marks his third album release, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 with 603,000 album-equivalent sales! More info

: Closes 23rd July 2017

In a world first, the Lincoln Center Festival brings together three of ballet's most sought-after companies for this exceptional 50th-anniversary celebration of George Balanchine's landmark triptych, back on the stage where it premiered in 1967. The Paris Opera Ballet takes the reigns with the ethereal forest landscape of Emeralds, with the New York City Ballet and the Bolshoi Ballet taking it in turns to present the jazz-infused firecracker Rubies and Diamonds, the tribute to the Imperial Russian era. More info

: Closes 22nd October 2017

The left-wing polemicist, film maker, writer and agent provocateur is headed to Broadway for his first-ever stage show. It will be helmed by Spring Awakening's Tony-winning director Michael Mayer. Billed as "taking aim at Trump" by the New York Times, the show will be part stand-up, part play, part angry rant, and is set to raise the hackles of plenty a No. 45 supporter. More info

: Closes 30th December 2017

After the big scale illusions of David Copperfield, and the intimate street magic of David Blaine, the next step in the evolution of magic arrives at the Daryl Roth Theatre. In and Off Itself is a wholly original blend of illusion and storytelling, a series of interconnected stories woven together with magic tricks that don't just aim for a 'wow' moment, but seep into your brain and alter your perception of reality itself. More info

: Closes 20th August 2017

A bustling satire of political corruption, The Government Inspector is a fantastic farce chock full of expertly staged slapstick and sight gags. Adapted from Gogol's Revizor by Jeffrey Hatcher​, this show is led by Michael Urie (Buyer and Cellar, Ugly Betty). More info

CHICAGO AND THE DOOBIE BROTHERS

Again gearing up for yet another mammoth cross-country tour this summer, newly inducted Rock and Roll Hall of Farmers Chicago team up again with fellow rockers The Doobie Brothers! First touring together to popular acclaim in 2010, the friends and veteran bands are in huge demand, following the recent 50th anniversary of the former. The self-proclaimed 'Rock & Roll band with horns' produced hit after hit in the 70s and 80s, including the iconic ballad If You Leave Me Now, as well as Baby, What A Big Surprise and Old Days.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Jul 2017:

Bethel Woods Center For The Arts

Jul 22, 2017

Northwell Health

Jul 28, 2017

: 22nd July

Known for his trademark 'lover's rock' reggae sound, Jamaican Beres Hammond brings his soulful voice to the US once more on the Take Time To Love Tour. Heading out with a full band, expect to hear his classic grooves alongside tracks from his Grammy-nominated 'One Love, One Life'. More info

QUEEN & ADAM LAMBERT

American Idol star Adam Lambert teams up once again with Rock Royalty, Queen, for this mammoth 2017 tour. Lambert has already been performing with the band the band since 2011, his unmistakable vocals a perfect match for hits like 'I Want to Break Free', 'One Vision' and 'Killer Queen'.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Jul 2017:

Prudential Center

Jul 26, 2017

Barclays Center

Jul 28, 2017

: 22nd July

This year sees British rock titans Muse returns to North American Shores for a select number of dates, with 30 seconds for Mars providing the support. Matt Bellamy's Muse's last record was 2015's Drones, which saw the trio return to the more straightforward hard rock sound of their earlier material, after years of (sometimes very divisive) dabbling in dubstep, electronica and full scale prog. More info

: Closes 22nd November 2017

Amateur Night At The Apollo has been a key feature in the local music scene since 1934 when it launched, and has been the stepping stone in the career of many world-class musicians and entertainers, including Lauryn Hill and Stevie Wonder. The audience has the responsibility of cheering loudly for those they like, and booing those they deem less adept off the stage. More info

: 22nd July

Craig Ferguson entered the world of late night comedy following a diverse and eclectic career that encompasses film, television and the stage. Since taking the helm of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in 2005, the show has set all-time viewer records and achieved the highest ratings since the shows inception in 1995. In between film and TV commitments, he has performed his solo Hot and Grumpy Tour since 2013, which continued through 2014, before handing over to fellow Brit, James Corden. More info

: 27th July

Thrash metal giants Slayer have never been afraid of generating controversy, their music taking in one taboo subject after another, but they're also undoubtedly one of the genre's most important acts. The band emerged in the late 80, and with Tom Araya leading the line on vocals, they haven't let up since. Joining Slayer on this tour are fellow modern metal greats Lamb of God, who have announced they'll take a long hiatus following these dates. More info

: Closes 6th August 2017

Phish are back in the World's Greatest Arena for another of their crazy residencies. This year, the world's pre-eminent jam band's stint has been titled The Baker's Dozen, because they'll be playing an unprecedented 13 shows! This will mean they join an elite group of musicians, including Elton John and The Grateful Dead, who have played The Garden more than 50 times. More info

With a wildly successful ongoing engagement in Chicago, as well as a national tour this fall, the hottest spoof musical of the year is transferring to another venue Off-Broadway to help you get in on the country's love for all things Hamilton! Opening this June for an open run, this newest brainchild from Forbidden Broadway creator Gerard Alessandrini is expected to make waves wherever they visit. And Alessandrini has promised to keep it fresh and up-to-date, with topical references to its namesake around the corner! More info

: Closes 26th July 2017

You might not know the name, or what he looks like, but trust us, you'll know his work. Second only to John Williams, Hans Zimmer is responsible for some of the most iconic themes from the silver screen, lending his legendary composing talent to movies such as Inception, Gladiator, Pirates of The Carribean, The Dark Knight Trilogy, The Lion King, Interstellar and many, many more. Last year saw the German maestro helm his first European tour and now he brings the fun to our shores, promising an epic full-scale concert, with special guests from the world of Rock and Pop! More info

: Closes 27th July 2017

A socially relevant musical that's both parts sweet and sharp, Kirsten Childs' 2000 autobiographical musical drama remains as topical today as it did 17 years ago! Following the journey of Viveca who always felt different from her white peers from kindergarten and all throughout her life, she moves away from suburban Los Angeles and her life as a dutiful daughter, to the bright lights of Broadway, hoping to make it as a dancer, all while facing prejudice and obstacles due to her face. Navigating the ever-changing politics of race and class, she finally learns to be herself in a world that is predominantly white-centered. More info

: 23rd July

We've got more than a feeling that you won't want to miss Boston on their new Hyperspace Tour, as they take audiences on another stellar journey amongst the stars in a unique concert experience, recreating their out of this world sound. Expect soaring riffs, complicated and amazing melodies, cosmic Hammond organs and more as they prove just why they've remained legendary for over 40 years! More info

: Closes 29th July 2017

A previously taboo subject, male infertility forms the central focus of this touching new drama by minister-turned-playwright Marlon Orlando Cole. Premiering at St Luke's Theater from July for a limited engagement, Choices and Consequences follows the heartbreaking journey of one African American couple who are desperate to have a child. Confronted with the reality that the would-be father suffers from infertility, their seemingly perfect and solid marriage is thrown into chaos as they are both forced to re-evaluate their life choices and their relationship. Tackling the stereotype of the virile African-American male, this drama is based on Cole's own experience with infertility. More info

: Closes 22nd July 2017

The mighty Iron Maiden return to North American shores once again in support of their latest record The Book of Souls. Following a five year hiatus, during which lead singer Bruce Dickinson underwent treatment for tongue cancer, the heavy metal icons returned stronger than ever with a gargantuan double album that traversed from churning prog-like epics to riff-laden pop nuggets. More info

: Closes 30th July 2017

The Classic presents an unmissable line-up of music icons over two days when not one but SIX epic names in rock come together to share the stage in New York. With The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and Journey forming just half of the programme, can you afford to miss The Classic East?! More info

: 27th July

K-Pop heartthrob G-Dragon is gearing up for his first solo cross-country tour across North America, separate from the members of band BigBang. His tour, named the M.O.T.T.E World Tour is due to visit 19 cities in the continent, following the kick-off in Seoul. A huge star for most of his life, he has been in the spotlight most of his life, whether it be in junior band Little Roo'ra or for his eclectic fashion sense. Now he headlines the biggest-ever world tour by a Korean male artist, and shows fans who the man is behind the shades. More info

: Closes 30th July 2017

Jean-Christophe Maillot's energetic ballet for grown-ups to the music of Shostakovich heads to New York this summer, following a critically acclaimed run in at London's Royal Opera House last year. Adding a new lease of modernity to the classical Bolshoi repertoire, the witty and fast-paced choreography perfectly compliments the feisty nature of Shakespeare's sex comedy. Forced to marry a brash gold-digger so that her sweeter, younger sister may marry for love, the temperamental Katherina proves to be more than the boorish Petruchio bargained for. Some women were not meant for taming... More info

: 31st July

​Comedian, marijuana advocate and movie enthusiast Doug Benson invites you to join him for a recording of his popular podcast. With celebrity guests, hilarious features (The Leonard Maltin Game anyone?) and of course, lots of movie talk! More info

: Closes 27th August 2017

One of the most recommended unproduced plays of 2016 according to the Kilroy List for female and trans authors, Dominique Morisseau's family drama finally gets its staging at the Lincoln Center this June, helmed by Lileana Blain-Cruz. A play that looks at the intersection of race and class in parenting, Pipeline is the latest work following Morisseau's Skeleton Crew, Paradise Blue and Detroit '67 (all encompassing the Detroit Project), as well as Sunset Baby, Blood at the Root and Follow Me to Nellie's. More info

: Closes 19th August 2017

Back for another summer of fun, New York's eclectic orchestra returns for the 2017 Mostly Mozart Festival. Led by Renee and Robert Belfer, this year we can expect a whole host of musical stars to join the festivities, including pianist Jeremy Denk, maestro Edward Gardner, drummers So Percussion, piano virtuosos Kirill Gerstein and Beatrice Rana, and of course violin stars Joshua Bell and Steven Isserlis. Celebrate the world's most famous composer across the summer with a truly exhuberant program of concerts! More info

: Closes 15th October 2017

The modern dating scene with all its painful and hilarious foibles comes to brilliant life in this Off-Broadway comedy musical, transferring from the George Street Playhouse down the street. Slated for an open run, the show welcomes back the Tony-nomated Nancy Opel in the lead role! Recently seen in the hilariously dark musical The Toxic Avenger, Opel once again calls on her considerable comedy skills to play the role of a vivacious 50-something widow, who is thrown into the heady world of social media, sex and swiping right. More info

BLONDIE AND GARBAGE

Blondie and Garbage fans rejoice! The veteran glam rockers led by Debbie Harry are set to release their 11th studio album Pollinator this May, having worked with Charli XCX, Sia, Johnny Marr for a new sound, ahead of their single release Fun. They'll be joined by Scottish punk-indie collective Garbage, fresh from their release of their 2016 album Strange Little Birds. This limited engagement tour kicks off July in California, before wrapping in Dallas, TX.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Jul 2017:

Count Basie Theatre

Jul 28, 2017

Bethel Woods Center For The Arts

Jul 29, 2017

: 24th July

See your fave Broadway stars in a totally new light, as they bring their innermost secrets to the Actor's Temple Theatre! With personalities from film and TV also taking part, no two evenings will be the same, as the lineups (announced only prior to performance) will change constantly! Featuring engaging, shocking and often poignant stories, these stars will also wax lyrical about their personal beliefs, religion, politics and and even various epiphanies! So lean in and make yourself available for a night of secrets and potemtial scandal! More info

: Closes 14th January 2018

All hail the Hufflepuffs! Making a transfer to the New World Stages this July, following its popular engagement at New York's Peoples Improv Theater, Puffs will bring a slice of the Harry Potter magic to the Big Apple. Celebrating the least-featured Hogwarts House and its little known characters (yes, we know Cedric Diggory, but look how that turned out for him), this tongue-in-cheek comedy play by Matt Cox tells the story of the forgotten students and offers another point of view! More info

​Following their collaboration on the Pulitzer Prize nominated Becky Shaw, playwright Gina Gionfriddo and director Peter DuBois re-team for Can You Forgive Her? Closing out Vineyard Theatre's 2016/17 season, this new play takes money as its central theme, allowing Gionfriddo to explore our desire for financial security and American society's levels of income inequality with her trademark wit and dark humor. More info

: 29th July

The band are heading out on their fourth world tour, in support of the album Oh My My. It was a record which underlined the band's unerring talent for instantly catchy, anthemic pop rock, such as the monster single 'Wherever I Go'. Their first album Dreaming Out Loud in 2007 was certified as platinum and earned them a Grammy nomination, going straight to number one in 16 countries. More info

: Closes 30th July 2017

The King is back in this hilarious new musical from Lory Lazarus! A New York Premiere, Attack of the Elvis Impersonators follows the fortunes of the Ghost of Elvis, newly returned to Earth with one mission, to convert the world to the teachings of Hound Dog, his new religion, bringing peace and joy to all mankind. More info

: Closes 3rd September 2017

If your face was on the front of a hundred-dollar bill, how would you feel about how you were spent? This is the premise behind new musical comedy Money Talks, which opens Off-Broadway this July! Written and composed by Peter Kellogg, this new production will be directed by Michael Chase Gosselin, who also provides the high-octane choreography. The Music Man star Ralph Byers will star as the eponymous Benjamin Franklin, the very man decorating the front of the coveted bill, as he is passed along to different people, with consequences along the way. More info

: 26th July

Portland's Decemberists are indie-folk's greatest ambassadors of unique songs, infused with history and fables backed by lush and inviting melodies. Since forming in 2001, they have become a mainstay on the scene, continually releasing their wonderfully whimsical records and putting on unforgettable live shows! More info

: Closes 31st December 2017

An intimate version of Sondheim's bloody classic, this Sweeney Todd puts the audience up close and personal with the demon barber, and gives you a chance to sample some of Mrs Lovett's infamous pies (if you dare). Created by the Tooting Arts Club, this inventive production won huge acclaim in London, and was even visited by Stephen Sondheim himself. More info

: Closes 20th August 2017

First premiering at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre in 2010, Bruce Norris' surreal comedy arrives Off-Broadway this summer for its first transfer. Helmed by returning Michael Greif, who previously directed Steven Levenson, Benj Pasek, and Justin Pau's Dear Evan Hansen, Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey's Next to Normal at the venue, this work marks his fourth collaboration with Second Stage Theatre. We follow a young woman, Bee, who is convinced of her own precognitive abilities, and sets out to reinvent her future using just a remote control. More info

: Closes 30th July 2017

Tony winner Karen Ziemba (Contact, Kid Victory) leads this drama from the pen ​of Pulitzer and Oscar winner Horton Foote. The Traveling Lady is delicate rumination on loss, and a portrait of the American small towns which were disappearing in the oil-boom of the 1950s. The story centers on a sleepy Texas town whose residents get all stirred up by the arrival of an out-of-towner. More info

: 25th July

The Childrens' Series at Westbury continues this summer with a one-off performance of "You're a Good Man". Spanning a day in the life of Charlie Brown, this musical is a delight for children and former children alike. The production will feature brand-new songs and material from the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival, plus classic songs such as Happiness, Suppertime, The Baseball Game and of course, the title song! More info

: 27th July

Idiosyncratic pop pixie Regina Spektor cotinues to tour her latest album Remember Us To Life. The follow-up to 2012's What We Saw From the Cheap Seats, Regina's seventh record is a lushly orchestrated effort packed full of the pitch-perfect pop that Regina has made her own, such as the bouncy, electronically-tinged lead single 'Bleeding Heart'. More info

: 28th July

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Summer Of Love with a Fab lineup of your fave Sixties stars! Headlined by Micky Dolenz of the Monkees, he will joined by Mark Lindsay of Paul Revere & The Raiders, plus the leading Beatles tribute act, The Fab Four! The latter are note perfect and the attention to detail is so impressive, you'd be forgiven for thinking you were in the presence of the real thing. From mop-tops to Wings, let the Fab Four plus these other stars take you on a journey back to that heady summer of 1967 More info

Following in the footsteps of hit comedy-edutainment shows like Assume the Position with Mr. Wuhl and Colin Quinn's Long Story Short, The Imbible sweeps audiences along a 10,000-year journey through history and across the globe accompanied by craft cocktails and the vocal stylings of The Backwaiters acapella group! More info

: 27th July

Following the tragic loss to leukemia of their founding member Rich Cronin in 2010, it seemed for a long time that the 'Lyte Funky Ones' wouldn't be getting the band back on the road. However, Devin Lima and Brad Fischetti are hitting the road this summer in memory of Rich, with their "Rich in Love" Tour, performing their storming hits "Summer Girls", "Girl on TV", and "Every Other Time" that saw them sell over four million records worldwide. LFO have also launched the Rich Cronin Hope Foundation, to support sufferers and families affected by the disease. More info

: 23rd July

After reuniting in 2006, Toad the Wet Sprocket have set out to honour their contribution to the landscape of the early 90's, including 1991's 'All I Want' and 'Walk on the Ocean', by performing, reworking and updating their back catalogue, without losing their emotional core. More info

BRANTLEY GILBERT

While on the road the past several years, Gilbert has built his brand through his compelling lyrics and dynamic live show - a combination that attracted a strong underground band of believers who shared Gilbert's passion for life and music, not to mention a good portion of female fans with a strong appreciation for his bad boy looks!

This show is happening at multiple venues in Jul 2017:

Northwell Health

Jul 27, 2017

Bethel Woods Center For The Arts

Jul 28, 2017

Perfect Crime goes well beyond traditional mystery play. It is a sexy, compelling thriller, with well-timed surprises and laughs that relieve a growing dramatic tension. The main character is a Harvard-educated psychiatrist accused of bumping off her wealthy British husband. But when a handsome young detective comes calling to investigate, is everything as straight-cut as it appears? More info

: Closes 26th August 2017

After 2015's In Bed with Roy Cohn, Theatre Row welcomes back playwright Joan Beber for a staging of her new play Dear Jane. The action takes place in a New York rehearsal room, with artist Julie looking back over her life. Revisiting her personal struggles, social activism and work on the stage, Julie seeks to to imbue her new piece with all the meaning culled from this lifetime of experience. More info

Join Mentalist Sam Eaton on an extraordinary exploration of mentalism, magic, perception and deception are fused together with entertainment and humor each night to bring you a show unlike any other. Prepare to have your mind expanded by his incredible talents taking you to the very edges of what you thought was possible! More info

: 29th July

In a career spanning nearly two decades, Dave Koz has established himself as a platinum-selling artist, humanitarian, entrepreneur, radio host, and instrumental music advocate. A six-time Grammy nominee, he's taking his sax on the road in 2014 and 2015. More info

: Closes 7th January 2018

The Marvelous Wonderettes returns to Off-Broadway in 2016 after a gap of five years. A sunny jukebox musical whose score is composed of 1950's and 60's girl group classics, this new production stars Christina Bianco (Application Pending) and Emmy-nominated Kathy Brier (Hairspray). More info

: 31st July

Signed to a label before they even graduated high school, All Time Low have steadily built a loyal fanbase through their knack for fist-pumping chorus' and unabashedly pop aspirations. Following in the footsteps of Fall Out Boy et al, they've moved further away from the straightforward Warped Tour sound with every release, culminating in their most recent album Last Young Renegades, which revelled in its EDM and pop influences. More info

: 27th July

Ben Gibbard has been part of so many bands and different projects that it's hard to keep track. While best known as the frontman from rock powerhouse Death Cab for Cutie, Gibbard proved similarly influential within the realm of electronically-tinged indie as one half of The Postal Service, gifting the world the iconic track 'Such Great Heights'. More info

: 27th July

Five friends in their 30s and 40s have a wild and outrageous girls' night out at a karaoke bar. Friends since their teens, they have all had their fair share of heartache and tragedy, joy and success. Together, they reminisce about their younger days, celebrate their current lives and look to the future, all the while belting out an array of classic girly anthems that include Lady Marmalade, It's Raining Men, Man I Feel Like A Woman, I Will Survive, and of course, We are Family. More info

: Closes 3rd September 2017

Popular off-Broadway musical Sistas returns to the St Luke's Theatre! is a nonstop celebration! Produced by three-time Tony winner Hinton Battle and directed by Smash's Kenneth Ferrone, the production follows five women as they prepare to bury the matriarch of their family. Truths, memories and relationships come to the fore, sometimes welcome, sometimes not. Bring your best gal pal, your sister, your mother, even your aunt for this celebration of female family. More info

KANSAS

The legendary Kansas celebrated their 40th Anniversary in 2013, and the celebration is still continuing! They'll be touring their extensive catalogue, which includes AOR radio staples Carry on Wayward Son and Fight Fire with Fire, across North America, though sans band member and lead singer Steve Walsh who retired in 2014.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Jul 2017:

Count Basie Theatre

Jul 24, 2017

NYCB Theatre at Westbury

Jul 26, 2017

Guinness World Record holder Fan Yang has been amazing Off-Broadway audiences since 2007. Featuring fantastic next-level laser lighting displays, and a great musical score, The Gazillion Bubble Show is an hour plus of unbelievable soapy masterpieces, which float above the audiences heads in their hundreds and even fully enclose some lucky volunteers. More info

: 26th July

One of Latin Pop's brightest stars, Prince Royce is embarking on an extensive North American tour this year to support his brand new album, Five. More info

: Closes 29th July 2017

Jan Carlos Ozuna Rosado is part of the new generation of Latin American music stars. The young reggaeton singer songwriter, who goes professionally by Ozuna, has ridden the viral wave, amassing over 800 million views on his Youtube channel. The Puerto Rican-born performer brings a touch of urban soul and hip-hop to the popular Spanish-language genre. More info

: Closes 29th July 2017

Japan's answer to Blink 182 and Foo Fighters combined, One OK Rock (pronounced with a Japanese accent as one 'o clock) graduated from underground venues with the release of their first single Naihishinsho in 2007, finding themselves selling out stadium shows in Asia with every subsequent release. Their brand new studio album Ambitions is no exception. Don't miss them on the Ambitions North American Tour this Summer with Set It Off and Palisades to support. More info

: 22nd July

A stand-up veteran with over three decades of experience under his belt, Vic DiBitetto's career took a major upswing in 2013 thanks to his Youtube video 'Bread and Milk'. A 30-second video created on the spur-of-the-moment, the video showed a panicked DiBitetto rushing out to buy some bread and milk in the face of the Blizzard of 2013 warnings. More info

This is an Off-Off-Broadway production of the Neo-Futurists' signature show. In Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, a company of actors perform (or attempt to perform) 30 plays in 60 minutes. More info

One actor has at least five shorts of whiskey and attempts to perform a Shakespearean play in a hilarious and totally unpredictable evening! More info

: Closes 23rd July 2017

More than fifty years ago, a show about New York City changed musical theatre forever. That show was West Side Story, a thrilling, vibrant modern re-telling of Romeo and Juliet set amongst the rival gangs of the city's Upper West Side. The score by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim includes the standards America, Maria, and I Feel Pretty. More info

Join THE RIDE for a super amped-up experience of the streets of New York City - all from the comfort of a technologically-advanced super-bus. See life in the Big Apple as you have never seen before! More info

In this interactive comedy, mingle with mobsters and molls while enjoying a delicious dinner. More info

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