Upcoming Broadway in Atlanta season includes ‘& Juliet,’ ‘Shucked,’ ‘Parade,’ more

“& Juliet” is a new take on the story of Romeo and Juliet. (Photo/Matthew Murphy)

Regions Bank Broadway in Atlanta has announced its 2024-2025 season at the historic Fox Theatre in Atlanta.

The season includes Tony-winning musicals, a holiday show from Cirque du Soleil and some musical classics.

Here’s a look at the season, which opens in November. (Season ticket information is at the bottom of this story).

“’Twas the Night Before” (Nov. 29-Dec. 15): The first holiday show from Cirque du Soleil, based on “A Visit from Saint Nicholas.”

“& Juliet” (Jan. 7-12, 2025): A musical, featuring pop anthems such as “Roar” and “Baby One More Time,” flips the script on the Romeo and Juliet story – what would happen if Juliet didn’t end it all over Romeo?

“Clue” (Jan. 28-Feb. 2, 2025): A whodunit based on the classic board game.

“Mamma Mia!” (Feb. 25-March 2. 2-25): The 25th-anniversary tour of the musical, featuring songs by ABBA, about a young girl’s quest to find out the identity of her father before her wedding on a Greek island. Birmingham’s Jim Newman appears in this production.

“A Beautiful Noise” (March 11-16, 2025). The story of pop singer Neil Diamond, featuring many of his greatest hits, such as “America,” “Forever in Blue Jeans” and “Sweet Caroline.”

“Parade” (April 1-6, 2025). Jason Robert Brown’s Tony Award-winning musical about Leo and Lucille Frank, a Jewish couple in Georgia facing prejudice and accusations that Leo killed a young woman.

“Peter Pan” (April 22-27, 2025). The classic musical about the boy who won’t grow up, with a new script by playwright Larissa FastHorse.

“Shucked” (May 20-25, 2025). The Tony Award-winning musical about corn, with music by Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally.

In addition to a seven-show subscription and an eight-show subscription (which includes “Mamma Mia!”), the season also includes two “options”:

“The Lion King” (Oct. 2-20, 2024). Disney’s beloved musical set in the wilds of Africa, with stunning staging by director Julie Taymor and songs by Elton John and Tim Rice.

“The Book of Mormon” (June 24-29). The Tony Award-winning musical about Mormon missionaries spreading the word in Africa. Note: “The Book of Mormon” is a non-Equity tour, meaning the actors are not members of Actors Equity.

New subscriptions are expected to go on sale in late March. Prices start at $269 for the seven-show package. Subscribers have the opportunity to add on “Mamma Mia!” to make an eight-show package starting at $299. 

With a $49 deposit, new subscribers can guarantee their tickets for the 2024/2025 Season. A deposit will secure priority access to purchase 2024/2025 Season Tickets before general public on sale, subject to seat availability.

Visit www.broadwayinatlanta.com  for more information about Regions Bank Broadway in Atlanta.

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