HITS Daily Double


Given the green light to turn on the lights of Broadway on 9/14, several shows promptly announced performance and ticket plans. Will clubs and concert venues follow suit?

Tickets are on sale for The Temptations musical Ain't Too Proud to Beg, which resumes 10/16, and the Alanis Morissette tuner Jagged Little Pill (pictured), with a return date of 10/21. David Byrne's American Utopia is among the early returnees, resuming 9/17.

Tickets for Six, the London sensation scheduled to open a year to the day NYC theaters went dark, are on sale today; shows are slated to start 9/17. Tix go on sale Friday for The Phantom of the Opera, which resumes performances on 10/22.

Hamilton, The Lion King and Wicked are expected to announce restart dates and on-sales within the next week, as are Chicago, Aladdin and Come From Away.

New productions on track to open by the end of the year include the Michael Jackson musical MJ and Flying Over Sunset, as well as The Music Man, on 12/21, and Mrs. Doubtfire and Diana, both 12/1.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is among the shows holding out until next year. No word yet on the the musical featuring Bob Dylan songs, Girl From the North Country, or the Tina Turner show, Tina.

A limited run of Waitress with the show’s composer, Sara Bareilles, starring is in the works, too.

Now we sit and wait for clubs and theaters to announce on-sales.