Stephen Sondheim Theatre | New York, New York
This spring, you could see what happens if Juliet lived on after Shakespeare’s tragic play. Because on Wednesday 10th May 2023, Stephen Sondheim Theatre in New York, New York is welcoming & Juliet to their stage for an smashing and gender-positive production that you’ll won’t want to miss! This exciting story is directed by the visionary Luke Sheppard and features music written by celebrated songwriter Max Martin. It challenges you to consider what could have been if the OG didn’t end the way Shakespeare wrote it. It follows Juliet as she takes on a adventure to discover herself, what gender means, and the very concept of love. Furthermore, it’s a uplifting and very funny stage show that will leave you smiling. You will fall in love with the award-winning set design and will be charmed by the stunning performers that will command the stage. It’s quite possibly the greatest Broadway play of the season and certainly the hottest performance to come to New York this spring! Tickets are on sale now, and the best seats are still available. Just Click the buy tickets link below to book your tickets to experience & Juliet live at Stephen Sondheim Theatre in New York, New York this coming Wednesday 10th May 2023.
The most famous love story of our time is utterly redesigned in this funny fresh tale. This triumphant eccentric playful interpretation of Shakespeare's classic poses a very intriguing question; What would emerge if Juliet did not kill herself over Romeo? Watch as she completely ignores the storied conclusion in search of a new beginning and a second chance at life and love, done in her own way. It will be an exhilarating experience as you go deep into the story. Since U Been Gone, Roar, Baby One More Time, Larger Than Life, That's The Way It Is, and Can't Stop the Feeling, are just a few of the awesome pop music by Swedish pop songwriter Max Martin that will help bring Juliet's epic new story to life. This comedy masterpiece will make you fall in love and show you there is more to to life than Romeo. Don't even think about the out dated balcony scene, but rather concentrate on the only tragedy at hand, which is that if you don't act right away, you'll miss out on this chance to watch this superb story. Only a few tickets remain, but, don't worry, we got you, grab yours right here on this page! Don't think just do it!