Stephen Sondheim Theatre | New York, New York
This spring, you could see what happens if Juliet didn’t die after Shakespeare’s tragic play. Because on Tuesday 14th May 2024, Stephen Sondheim Theatre in New York, New York is welcoming & Juliet to their stage for an impressive and LGBTQ+ friendly production that you’ll won’t want to miss! This exciting tale 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 journey to discover herself, what gender means, and the very concept of love. Furthermore, it’s a uplifting and very hilarious stage show that will leave you smiling. You will fall in love with the award-winning set design and will be charmed by the talented 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 ready to book. Just Tap the buy tickets link below to order your tickets to see & Juliet live at Stephen Sondheim Theatre in New York, New York this coming Tuesday 14th May 2024.
There are some very delightful shenanigans happening in “& Juliet”. This new and creative new adaptation of Shakespeare's classic poses the question, "What if Juliet didn't end it all over Romeo?" You might a little confused, so here is the story, listen up. This modernized adaption of the conventional love story has been revised and is undeniably hilarious. Juliet will lead you on a phenomenal and moving journey as she dismisses the Shakespearean conclusion in favor of a new beginning and a second chance at love and life. The show features colorful costumes, an original story line, and songs like "Larger Than Life," "Since U Been Gone," "Roar, Baby One More Time," and "Can't Stop the Feeling," among others. This rather special work of art goes to show that life is not just about Romeo. There is no tragedy in this depiction but there will be one if you don’t come, so be like Juliet, do something different and make sure you attend. You truly shouldn’t delay as they are only a small number of tickets available, so be sure to obtain yours on this site, right now before it is too late.