Latin Broadway Theatre

Latin Broadway theatre includes Hamilton and A Bronx Tale. There is more Latin Off-Broadway. Broadway Week offers 2-for-1 tickets.

M. Butterfly is the perfect woman, but perfection isn’t always what it seems

Cort Theatre
138 West 48th St, Theater District
Previews October 7, 2017
Opening October 26, 2017
Open-ended run
Tuesday – Sunday

John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons moves to Broadway’s Studio 54

Studio 54
254 West 54th Street
near Eighth Ave
Midtown, Manhattan
Previews Thursday, October 19, 2017
Opens Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Closes Sunday, February 4, 2018

“Hamilton” is the most influential Broadway show of our generation

New York Puerto Rican writer
Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 W 46th St, Times Square
Tuesday-Sunday 2017

A Bronx Tale is an Italian musical with a Colombian choreographer

Longacre Theatre
220 West 48th St
Times Square Broadway
Tuesday-Sunday, June 2017

Broadway Week Winter 2018 offers 2-for-1 tickets to select Broadway shows

January – February 2018
2017 tickets went on sale January 5

2017 Drama Desk Awards for Danny DeVito and Ruben Santiago-Hudson

Cuban, Ecuadorian, Italian, Mexican, and Puerto Rican nominees
The Town Hall
123 West 43rd St, Midtown
Sunday, June 4, 2017

2017 Tony Award for Santo Loquasto for “Hello Dolly”

Broadway awards
Radio City Music Hall
1260 Sixth Ave, Midtown
Sunday, June 11, 2017

NYC Broadway Week Summer 2017 2-for-1 tickets On Sale Now

On Sale August 17, 2017
Shows September 4-17, 2017

Phantom of the Opera

Andrew Lloyd Weber’s version of the classic French tale is the longest-running show in Broadway history.

Chicago the Musical

The longest-running American musical in Broadway history regularly casts Latin stars at the Ambassador Theatre.

“On Your Feet!” is leaving Broadway August 20 (Review)

Emilio and Gloria Estefan story
Marquis Theatre
210 W 46th St, Times Square
Tuesday-Sunday, June 2017

Les Liaisons Dangereuses

The 2016 Broadway play based on this classic sexy French novel stars Liev Schreiber and Janet McTeer at the Booth Theatre October 30, 2016 – January 22, 2017.

Which Broadway show should you see? Follow the crowd, or avoid it.

These are the top Broadway shows by capacity sold for the week ended September 17, 2017. The top shows are the hardest to get in to. The bottom shows are the easiest.

Shows with a Latin heritage or Latin artists are bold.

  1. Hamilton musical at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (Puerto Rican playwright)
  2. The Book of Mormon musical at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre
  3. Come From Away at the Schoenfeld
  4. Hello Dolly 2017 at the Shubert Theatre
  5. Bandstand at the Jacobs
  6. Dear Evan Hansen musical at the Music Box Theatre
  7. The Lion King musical at the Minskoff Theatre
  8. Anastasia at the Broadhurst
  9. Beautiful musical at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre
  10. Wicked musical at the Gershwin Theatre
  11. Aladdin musical at the New Amsterdam Theatre
  12. A Bronx Tale musical at the Longacre Theatre (Italian-American story, Colombian choreographer)
  13. Groundhog Day musical at the August Wilson
  14. Waitress musical at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre
  15. Prince of Broadway at the Friedman (West Side Story was a Puerto Rican story, Evita was an Argentine story, The Phantom of the Opera is set in Paris, France)
  16. Chicago musical at the Ambassador Theatre
  17. The Phantom of the Opera musical at the Majestic Theatre (French setting)
  18. Cats 2016 musical at the Neil Simon Theatre
  19. War Paint at the Nederlander
  20. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical at the Lunt-Fontanne
  21. Kinky Boots musical at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre
  22. Time and the Conways at the American Airlines Theatre
  23. Miss Saigon 2017 at the Broadway Theatre
  24. The Play That Goes Wrong at the Lyceum
  25. The Terms of My Surrender at the Belasco
  26. School of Rock musical at the Winter Garden
  27. A Doll’s House, Part 2 at the Golden
  28. 1984 at the Hudson

Based on Broadway League data.


 

Prince of Broadway

A musical revue of the work of Harold Prince, the acclaimed director and producer of iconic musicals including Latin classics such as West Side Story, Evita, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Phantom of the Opera and more.

Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

First Preview August 3
Opens August 24
Closes October 22

www.princeofbway.com

Telecharge: (212) 239-6200 or (800) 432-7250
Tickets $89 – $165
Premium seating $299

Latin History for Morons

Colombian-American comedian John Leguizamo’s solo show about what you tell your son when he has to write a school paper about Latin heroes.

Studio 54 Theatre

First Preview October 19
Opens November 15
Closes February 4, 2018

www.latinhistorybroadway.com

Telecharge: (212) 239-6200 or (800) 432-7250
Tickets $55 – $139
Premium seating $199 – $249

The Parisian Woman

Political drama starring Uma Thurman.

Hudson Theatre

First Preview November 7
Opens November 30

www.parisianwomanbroadway.com

Tickets $69.50 – $250

Farinelli and the King

Play with music about the legendary Italian castrato singer Farinelli whose singing manages the insomnia of the Spanish king Philip V.

Shakespeare’s Globe production
Directed by John Dove
Stars Mark Rylance

Belasco Theatre

First Preview December 5
Opens December 17
Closes March 25, 2018

www.farinelliandthekingbroadway.com

Telecharge: (212) 239-6200 or (800) 432-7250
Tickets $32 – $157
Mid-Premium seating $179 – $199
Premium seating $225 – $249


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