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  • Sing Street

    Coming in your 2021/22 season!

  • Macbeth

    Apr 29 - Jul 10, 2022

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Sing Street

Coming in your 2021/22 season!

Having become a sell out success over at the NYTW as part of its 2019/20 season, John Carney and Enda Walsh bring Sing Street, the duo's second collaboration after 2011's Once, to Broadway's main stem. Based on Carney's 2016 indie film of the same name, this Dublin set musical takes us back to the 1980s, where one young boy and his band seek to escape the reality of the times with the power of music. With a score inspired by and including some of the era's New Wave classics and choreography by Moulin Rouge's Sonya Tayner, Sing Street looks set to become one of Broadway's freshest new shows!

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Macbeth

April 29 - July 10, 2022

From James Bond to Shakespeare's famous tragedy, screen and stage star Daniel Craig returns to Broadway and joins Oscar nominee Ruth Negga in this upcoming production of Macbeth. Together they'll bring the whirlwind of tragedy and vengeance, whilst capturing the passion behind Shakespeare's most haunting text, to the Lyceum Theatre for a 15-week run.

Lyceum Theater

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149 West 45th St, New York, NY 10036

  • Year opened: 1885
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Built in 1903 by producer and manager David Frohman, the Lyceum is the oldest continually operating theater on Broadway. In 1940, a group of producers including George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, bought the venue, and in 1950, the Shuberts took over the ownership of the theater, and have managed it since. The theater was designed in a Beax-Arts style and still retains this design. With a seating capacity of 950, it is one of the smallest Broadway theaters.

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