In case you missed it, the lineup of Broadway shows and musicals through the 2023-2024 season and beyond with other exciting projects currently being worked on is full of so many stories to get excited about. From the highly-anticipated adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, Gatsby, to the return of Sweeney Todd, these are 10 of the shows we have on our Broadway bucket list.

On the way…

Bad Cinderella

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new take on Cinderella has officially made it from London to Broadway! Starring Linedy Genao as Cinderella herself, Bad Cinderella opens at the Imperial Theatre March 23, 2023.

Sweeney Todd

The barber is back on Broadway! Sweeney Todd has been generating excitement since casting was announced last fall. The show officially opens at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on March 26, 2023 with Josh Groban and Annaleigh Ashford taking on Sweeney Todd and Mrs. Lovett.

Once Upon a One More Time

Pop fans rejoice! Once Upon a One More Time, the fairy tale Britney Spears musical is all about literal pop princesses, and of course, iconic music. A show for your summer must-see list, Once Upon a One More Time opens at the Marquis Theatre June 22, 2023.

Back to the Future

Another musical traveling from London to Broadway, Back to the Future has taken over Winter Garden Theatre to bring the 1985 classic sci-fi film to life on stage. Back to the Future opens August 3, 2023, but you can listen to the official cast recording now.

Merrily We Roll Along

Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff, and Lindsay Mendez, this revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s musical is a fall pick as it doesn’t open at the Hudson Theatre until September 19, 2023. Until the, we’ll be living for all the behind-the-scenes pictures of the cast on Instagram.

The Wiz

Looking for more ways to travel the Yellow Brick Road between belting Wicked tunes in the car and spending time with Dorothy in the original film? The Wiz heads out on tour in September 2023 before making its way to Broadway for a spring 2024 opening. That leaves you plenty of time to get obsessed with this version of the Emerald City before Wicked part one makes its theatrical debut.

Future bucket list items…


Disney Pixar’s Coco is coming off the screen! The Day of the Dead tale of love, loss, and identity is being adapted for the stage with Michael Giacchino, Robert Lopez, and Kristen Anderson-Lopez currently behind what will surely be a beloved soundtrack.

The Devil Wears Prada

As if bringing classic 2000s dramedy to the stage wasn’t exciting enough, Elton John is behind the music for this project. This show has already seen the stage during a pre-Broadway tryout last summer at the James L. Nederlander Theatre, so we have our fingers crossed for more Broadway news.


There isn’t a lot of information about this adaptation of a classic American novel, but we do have some exciting details. With Florence Welch of Florence + The Machine working on the music and lyrics and a premiere set for 2024 at the Cambridge Repertory Theatre, things are moving for this look at the Roaring 20s. We’re just waiting for an invite to the party!

La La Land

La La Land rocked the big screen as a movie musical, and now it’s taking on the stage. The adaptation of was officially announced earlier this year. A creative team has already been assembled, and the story is officially in the hands of Tony Award-winning director Bartlett Sher with Justin Hurwitz working on the music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. With such a recent announcement, we’ll likely be waiting a while for more news of this musical.

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Veronica Good has been with Showstopper Magazine since 2016. When she isn't keeping you updated on the latest trends, she is at home with her many pets or probably playing The Sims 4. Veronica has a BA in English and an MA in writing from Coastal Carolina University. She is also a writer of fiction and poetry, and her work can be found in Archarios, Tempo, and Scapegoat.