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& Juliet on Broadway at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre

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Stephen Sondheim Theatre, West 43rd Street, New York...

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$72

 

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What you will experience

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💰 Starting at $72 per person 
🗓️ Multiple Dates
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📍 Stephen Sondheim Theatre: 124 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036

Seating Sections 
Multiple Seating Sections Available

About The Event

What happens when you cross classical theatre characters with modern pop music and a concept from the mind of a sitcom writer? You get & Juliet, the nine-time Tony-nominated Best Musical nominee from London that gives Juliet, of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, a new, empowering story. 

Come for the hits, stay for the humor and heart. & Juliet boasts the song catalog of five-time Grammy-winning Swedish songwriter and music producer Max Martin, who's written or co-written 22 Billboard number 1 hits for pop stars like Katy Perry, Britney Spears, the Backstreet Boys, and Kelly Clarkson. Expect to hear all these at & Juliet in New York, together with an original story by David West Read, a writer on the Emmy-winning comedy series Schitt's Creek. He's written Juliet a coming-of-age tale that doesn't end when Romeo's story does, but takes her — and the audience — on a whirlwind adventure beyond the walls of Verona. Anyone of any age who's had a dream, fallen in love, or had to figure out (or is figuring out) who they want to be will see themselves in & Juliet.


In the & Juliet musical, Shakespeare’s wife, Anne Hathaway, decides she doesn’t like the ending her husband is writing for Romeo & Juliet, and instead proposes her own. Coming up with the story as she goes along, Hathaway spins an entirely original tale of a Juliet who decides not to kill herself after losing Romeo. Instead, she escapes Verona (against her parents’ wishes) and gathers her friends for a journey of self-discovery to Paris.


& Juliet
 brings together real-life figures (Shakespeare and Anne), familiar faces from Romeo & Juliet (like the Capulets and the Nurse), and new characters (like Juliet’s friends May, April, and Francois). Together, they bring to life a classic tale for the modern day, with a fresh reimagining of Juliet’s life independent of Romeo.


We’re confident you’ll have a blast at this fun, feel-good musical people are calling this year’s Mamma Mia! Once you’ve seen & Juliet, you’ll want to see it, baby, one more time (or more). Get tickets to & Juliet on Broadway now.

 

More About the Show

& Juliet already has a proven record of success across the pond. The musical had a hit-making 2019 world premiere in London, where it’s still running. The show received nine Olivier Award nominations, including Best New Musical, and a record-breaking 13 nominations at the WhatsOnStage Awards there. The show also made a star of its Juliet, Miriam-Teak Lee, who won an Olivier Award and a WhatsOnStage Award for her performance.


& Juliet
's North American premiere was in Toronto, Canada in summer 2022, with a new cast. Only one London cast member — Melanie La Barre as the Nurse — traveled across the pond with the musical, and she and the entire Toronto cast are also in & Juliet on Broadway.


& Juliet
is a pop musical for multiple generations. A total of 30 Max Martin songs are in the show, from the ‘90s through today. From Backstreet Boys, Bon Jovi, and early Britney Spears hits; to early-2000s bops from Katy Perry, Kesha, and P!nk; to 2010s chart-toppers from Ariana Grande and The Weeknd, there are songs everyone has on repeat on their Spotify playlists.



For more information about the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, please click here.

 

What to consider

Run time

2hr 30min (incl. intermission)

 
What are the general theatre policies?

Theatre exists only with an audience—and at Roundabout, we’re committed to getting better and better at welcoming everyone.

We all play an ongoing part to dismantle racism, ableism, colonialism, sexism, and all other forms of systemic oppression. Roundabout reserves the right to relocate or remove any person from our spaces who disregards our intention to make our theatres welcoming and accessible to all.

LATECOMERS WILL BE SEATED AT THE DISCRETION OF MANAGEMENT. NO REFUNDS. THE USE OF CAMERAS, RECORDING DEVICES, AND OTHER UNAPPROVED ELECTRONIC DEVICES DURING THE PERFORMANCE IS PROHIBITED.


Is the theatre wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the theatre is wheelchair accessible.

RESTROOMS

Accessible restrooms are located on the second level of the theatre

ELEVATORS

All levels (Rear Mezzanine, Lounge/Restrooms, House Right Box, Rear Orchestra/Bar, & Front Orchestra/Handicap Restroom) except the House Left Box are accessible by elevator.

SEATING

  • There are six transfer seats (Row C seats 11 and 12, Row H Seats 1 and 2, and Row T seats 15 and 16). There are two transfer seats in the mezzanine (Row JJ Seats 1 and 2).
  • There are additional transfer seats that require 1-4 steps to reach (Row S Seats 1, 2, 101, and 117; Row AA Seats 13 and 14).
  • There are six wheelchair-accessible seats in the Orchestra (Row A Seats 7 and 8, Row T Seats 1 and 2, 13 and 14) and six wheelchair-accessible seats in the mezzanine (Row JJ seats 102, 104, 114, 116, 15 and 16).

HEARING DEVICES

  • Number of Hearing Devices - 100
  • Number of Loops - 3 Loops
  • Brand of hearing device- use Sennheiser RI 250 mono direct ear

GALAPRO

On-demand captioning and audio description will be available two ways, via a device that the customer can check out at the theatre or the GalaPro app on their smart phone. This feature is available several weeks post opening. Please inquire with audience services about the availability dates for specific productions.

 

What are the age recommendations for & Juliet?

Contains some strong language. Recommended for ages 6+. Children age 4 and under will not be admitted into the theatre. Everyone must have a ticket, regardless of age.

 
 

Where is the experience

Stephen Sondheim Theatre, West 43rd Street, New York, NY, USA

 

Frequently asked questions

 

Starting at

$72