The season is filled with premieres and productions of various genres. “Frozen,” “Jesus Christ Superstar,” and “Hairspray” will take the stage beginning in October.
TEMPE, Ariz. — Broadway is coming again to abandon for ASU Gammage’s 2022-2023 season.
The curtain formally lifted on the Gammage stage final year after many cancellations and postponements because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fans have been cautiously let again into the theater following security protocols.
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This season’s lineup consists of many productions, beginning with the musical “Six,” which contains a one-sided narrative with the six ex-wives of Henry VIII headlining the present. Broadway followers can benefit from the manufacturing of “Six” from Oct. 4 by means of 9.
“To Kill a Mockingbird,” primarily based on Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, is a brand new adaptation by Aaron Sorkin and can take the stage Dec. 6 by means of 11.
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Fans may also rejoice the fiftieth anniversary of “Jesus Christ Superstar” beginning Jan. 31 by means of Feb. 5. The award-winning present highlights the collection of occasions happening within the closing weeks of life for Jesus Christ by means of the eyes of Judas.
Tony-nominated “Frozen” will take the stage Feb. 22 by means of March 5. The musical will function the favored songs from the Oscar-winning 2013 film.
“The 2022-2023 season is something to celebrate,” mentioned Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, Executive Director of ASU Gammage. “It is packed with amazing productions and premieres, and we know our audiences will not only love these shows on stage but will love the experience that goes along with seeing live theater at ASU Gammage.”
Here are extra exhibits from this season’s lineup:
- “A Soldier’s Play” – May 16 by means of 21
- “Hairspray” – June 20 by means of 25
- “Beetlejuice” – August 22 by means of 27
- “Annie” – March 24 by means of 26
Season ticket holders may also renew their subscription at asugammage.com.
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