Stephen Sondheim Theatre | New York, New York
Don’t you wish that Romeo and Juliet had a different ending? Well now’s your chance to see a exciting new version of Shakespeare’s classic when Stephen Sondheim Theatre at New York, New York welcomes & Juliet for a limited run show on Sunday 24th March 2024! Your ticket will buy you access to this awe-inspiring story of Juliet’s adventure to discover herself, find love, and understand gender and sex. It’s an awe-inspiring show that’s full of amazing music written by critically acclaimed songwriter Max Martin and award-winning set design. Best of all, the cast is comprised of the best names on Broadway. It’s ultimate entertainment and the hottest show you can catch this spring! Tickets are ready for purchase now, and seats are already selling out. But you can still book the best seats in the house if you act fast. Tap the buy tickets link below to buy your tickets to experience & Juliet live at Stephen Sondheim Theatre in New York, New York on Sunday 24th March 2024.
This pretty awesome take on Shakespeare's classic puts out a very interesting question: what would happen if Juliet didn't end it all over Romeo? Yup, you don't need to get your eyes checked, you read that right. The most famous love story of our time is completely redesigned in this hilarious new tale. Enjoy a fantastic voyage as she ignores the famous ending in pursuit of a new beginning and a second opportunity at life and love, done on her terms. This one has a rather impressive amount of brilliant pop songs by Swedish pop songwriter Max Martin, including "Since U Been Gone," "Roar," "Baby One More Time," "Larger Than Life," "That's The Way It Is," and "Can't Stop the Feeling," that help bring Juliet's epic new story to life. You will absolutely be astounded with this comedic masterpiece that clearly shows there is more to life than just Romeo. This one has all the makings of a fantastic night out, and you really don't want to miss out on all the enjoyment that this show brings in spades. Truly, the only tragedy in this story would be to miss it, and you will if you don't act fast. There are only a small amount of tickets available, but you can purchase yours on this page, now! So what are you waiting for?