What is the shortest musical on Broadway?

What is the shortest musical on Broadway?


No. Title Type
1. A Broadway Musical M
1. A Teaspoon Every Four Hours P
1. Billy M
1. Blood Red Roses M

What is the hottest ticket on Broadway right now?

The Best Shows You Can See on Broadway Right Now

  • American Utopia. Choreographer: Annie-B Parson.
  • Come From Away. Director: Christopher Ashley (Memphis, Xanadu)
  • Company. Director: Marianne Elliott (Angels in America)
  • Hadestown.
  • Hamilton.
  • The Lion King.
  • Six.
  • Wicked.

What is longest running show on Broadway?

The Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera The longest-running show in Broadway history officially opened on January 26, 1988 and is still playing at the Majestic The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical won 7 1988 Tony Awards® including Best Musical.

Where can I buy last-minute Broadway tickets in NYC?

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What are the biggest and smallest Broadway theaters?

Among the biggest Broadway theaters in terms of capacity are the Gershwin Theatre (approx. 1,900), Lyric Theatre (approx. 1,900), and The Broadway Theatre (approx. 1,800), while the smallest Broadway theaters include the Helen Hayes Theatre (approx. 600), Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (approx. 650), and American Airlines Theatre (approx. 700).

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What are the top 10 longest running Broadway shows?

Though subject to change, the top 10 longest running Broadway shows includes The Phantom of the Opera, Chicago (revival), Cats, The Lion King, Les Miserables, A Chorus Line, Oh! Calcutta! (revival), Mamma Mia!, Beauty and the Beast, and Rent.