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Broadway Buzz: Five Sizzling New Broadway Shows to See Right Now, Featuring Scarlett, Sierra, Sebastian & More

Broadway Buzz: Five Sizzling New Broadway Shows to See Right Now, Featuring Scarlett, Sierra, Sebastian & More
Sebastian Stan & Maggie Grace in 'Picnic,' Sierra Boggess in 'The Phantom of the Opera,'
Laurie Metcalf in 'The Other Place,' Scarlett Johansson, and Bill Heck & Frankie Faison in 'Water by the Spoonful'
Warm up your winter with the hottest new shows opening in New York in January.

There’s no winter chill on Broadway in 2013! We've got the scoop on five New York City shows that should be on your radar this month, including three starry new Broadway productions, the 25th anniversary celebration of The Phantom of the Opera and the off-Broadway debut of Pulitzer Prize winner Water By the Spoonful. Check out our cheat sheet for January’s hottest shows below, then get tickets to see them live.


Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Tennessee Williams’ southern-fried family drama stars Tony winner Scarlett Johansson as title feline Maggie opposite Benjamin Walker as her handsome, hard-drinking husband, Brick. Expect fireworks at the Pollitts’ plantation house with these two in the lead! In previews at the Richard Rodgers Theatre; opens on January 17.


The Other Place
There’s already Tony buzz for Laurie Metcalf in this drama centering on a no-nonsense neurologist who experiences mysterious symptoms. The three-time Emmy winner gives a not-to-be-missed performance in a play that keeps audiences guessing. In previews at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre; opens on January 10.


The Phantom of the Opera
Broadway’s longest-running show is headed for an incredible milestone: its 25th anniversary at the Majestic Theatre. Just in time for the gala performance on January 26, title star Hugh Panaro will welcome Sierra Boggess to the cast as Christine. You can bet Phantom fans will think of her…think of her fondly this month!


Picnic
Here’s a Picnic worth attending: Lost alum Maggie Grace falls in lust with Once Upon a Time hottie Sebastian Stan in the Broadway revival of William Inge’s small-town saga. Also in the cast: Ellen Burstyn, Mare Winningham, Elizabeth Marvel and more. In previews at Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre; opens on January 13.


Water By the Spoonful
One of the most anticipated theatrical events of the year is the NYC premiere of In the Heights scribe Quiara Alegria Hudes’ Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. The second in a trilogy centering on the effects of the Iraq war on a family, this imaginative production is a moving meditation on addiction and what it means to truly love someone. In previews at Second Stage; opens on January 8.

The Sunday March 1st 1pm and 6:30pm performances of ANNIE are going as scheduled. If you are unable to attend the matinee due to inclement weather, you can bring your unused ticket to the Box Office an hour prior to the evening performance and be seated in best available seating.


If you are unable to attend either performance today, we are honoring exchanges into Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat or Disney's Beauty and the Beast.


Please Return to your Point of Purchase if you need to exchange:

  • If you purchased your tickets thru Ticketmaster please call 800.982.2787
  • If you purchased tickets from the Theatre Box Office, please visit them Mon-Fri, 10am -6pm or Sat, 10am -2pm.
  • If you are a Broadway in Indianapolis Season Subscriber, please email IndianapolisService@broadwayacrossamerica.comwith your account number, show choice and which performance day you prefer and a Representative will be in touch with you tomorrow after 11am.

PLEASE NOTE the deadline to make exchanges is Monday, March 9th at 5pm EST.

Thank you and stay safe.

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