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Until January 12, 2025

Exactly the show Broadway needs right now!


Why See & Juliet?

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Nominated for nine Tony Awards, including Best New Musical! If you've been waiting for a musical that features the hits of Britney Spears, The Backstreet Boys and The Weeknd, then your day is finally here! Following its rapturous run on London's West End, & Juliet, a musical that features songs by extraordinaire Max Martin is making its jump to Broadway! This tuner is a sure-fire hit and will star some of Broadway's brightest, including Lorna Courtney as Juliet, Paulo Szot as Lance, Betsy Wolfe as Anne Hathaway and Oliver Tompsett as Shakespeare!

What is the story?

& Juliet rips up the rule book as we discover what happened if the sorry end of Romeo and Juliet never actually happened. With Romeo dead, our heroine Juliet heads to France to heal her broken heart. With her besties at her side and a whole host of musical bangers to boot, Juliet rediscovers life after love. 

With a book by Schitt's Creek writer David West Read, & Juliet features direction by Luke Sheppard (In The Heights) and choreography by Jennifer Weber. 

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Previews from: 28 October 2022

Opening night: 17 November 2022

Run time

Two hours and 30 minutes with one interval

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Cast and Creative


Maya Boyd as Juliet
Paulo Szot as Lance
Betsy Wolfe as Anne Hathaway
Oliver Tompsett as Shakespeare
Justin David Sullivan as May
Charity Angél Dawson as Angélique
Jeannette Bayardelle as Angélique from June 29 temporarily 
Ben Jackson Walker as Romeo
Phillippe Arroyo as Francois
Makai Hernandez as Richard 
Michael Ivan Carrier as Thomas
Andrew Chappelle as Lord Capulet 
Phil Colgan as Crosse
Virgil Gadson as Augustine
Bobby "Pocket" Horner as Rumour
Joomin Hwang as Kempe
Megan Kan as Lucy 
Alaina VI Maderal as Gwynne
Daniel J.Maldonado as Fletcher 
Daniel Assetta as Henry
Brittany Chiolas as Viola 
Najah Hetsberger as Lady Capulet 
Jasmine Rafael as Imogen 
Matt Raffy as Gregory
Tiernan Tunnicliffe as Eleanor
Rachel Webb as Judith 
Ava Noble as Titania


Featuring music by Max Martin
Book by David West Read
Directed by Luke Sheppard
Choreography by Jennifer Weber



Best New Musical
Best Leading Actress in a Musical, Lorna Courtney
Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Betsey Wolfe
Best Book of a Musical, David West Read
Best Choreography, Jennifer Weber
Best Orchestration, Bill Sherman and Dominic Fallacaro
Best Costume Design of a Musical, Paloma Young
Best Sound Design of a Musical, Gareth Owen
Best Lighting Design of a Musical, Howard Hudson 

2023 Drama Desk Awards Nominations

Outstanding Book of a Musical, David West Read
Outstanding Musical

2023 Outer Critics Circle Awards nominations

Outstanding New Broadway Musical
Outstanding Featured Performer in a Broadway Musical, Betsy Wolfe
Outstanding Book of a Musical, David West Read
Outstanding Costume Design (Play or Musical), Paloma Young
Outstanding Orchestrations, Bill Sherman
Outstanding Choreography, Jennifer Weber

2023 Chita Rivera Awards nominations

Outstanding Choreography in a Broadway Show, Jennifer Weber

What we thought

Bold CHEESY brash

It's not going to win Nobel prizes or Pulitzers, but it will keep you entertained for two and a half hours.

If you think that there couldn't possibly be room for another jukebox musical in London then you'd be very wrong as & Juliet storms into the Shaftesbury Theatre with the music of Max Martin in its clutches.

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Steph: “Still glowing from the fun! ”

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