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& Juliet

First Preview: Oct 28, 2022

Opening Date: Nov 17, 2022

Open run

Running Time: 02:30

& Juliet
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Playing @

Stephen Sondheim Theatre

124 West 43rd Street New York City, NY 10036

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Created by David West Read, the Emmy-winning writer from Schitt's Creek, this hilarious new musical flips the script on the greatest love story ever told. & Juliet asks: What would happen next if Juliet didn’t end it all over Romeo? Get whisked away on a fabulous journey as she ditches her famous ending for a fresh beginning and a second chance at life and love—her way.

Juliet’s new story bursts to life through a playlist of pop anthems as iconic as her name, including "Since U Been Gone‚" "Roar," "Baby One More Time," "Larger Than Life‚" "That’s The Way It Is“ and "Can't Stop the Feeling!"—all from Max Martin, the genius songwriter/producer behind more No. 1 hits than any other artist this century. Break free of the balcony scene and get into this romantic comedy that proves there’s life after Romeo. 
Age Guidance

Age Guidance: 8

Show Notes

Show Notes: 1 intermission

Audience Advisory:

Please note the production includes flashing/strobe lighting, loud noises, confetti cannons and pyrotechnics throughout.

Performance Schedule:

Visit andjulietbroadway.com for full performance schedule.

Cast

Maya Boyd
Betsy Wolfe
David Bedella
Justin David Sullivan

Music

Max Martin

Book

David West Read

Director

Luke Sheppard

Choreography

Jennifer Weber

TDF Tickets Offers:

TDF member tickets:

Not currently available for this show

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Frequently

Full-price tickets

$92 - $344

Lottery & Rush

TodayTix Rush: $47 rush tickets are available on the TodayTix app at 9 AM on the day of the performance. Tickets are first-come, first-served and subject to availability.

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Reviews

Quotation Mark

While there is every reason to be skeptical of a Shakespearean jukebox musical, & Juliet makes it work remarkably well. It’s the most fun you’ll have in a Broadway theater right now. ... It is a jukebox, but it’s a smart one, using the songs in deft, humorous and unexpected ways ... The performances are consistently high caliber. ... & Juliet is exactly the show Broadway needs right now: fun, exuberant, supremely joyful, hilarious and excellently performed by a talented and diverse cast.

—Christian Lewis, Variety

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The pull-out-all-the-stops sensation you experience with Britney or Katy or MJ, for that matter, is replicated here, with a big finish that would get the heart racing in an arena many times the size of the some 1,000-seat Sondheim.

—Peter Marks, The Washington Post

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I’ve stood proudly, even among my colleagues, as a denier of everything that shows like & Juliet typically stand for. So shoot me: I liked it. It felt so wrong; it felt so right. ... In [David West] Read’s telling, Juliet (Lorna Courtney in a blow-you-away performance) doesn’t die but rather wakes up confused and a little emo following Romeo’s suicide. ... Here the show moves into meta territory, introducing Shakespeare’s wife, Anne Hathaway, as the force behind the revision. ... Indeed, it’s Anne who provides most of the wit, not just verbal but philosophical. And it’s [Betsy] Wolfe’s performance—capped with a roof-raising rendition of the Celine Dion hit “That’s the Way It Is”—that gives the show its heart, an organ too often unheard from in musicals entirely focused on the ear.

—Jesse Green, The New York Times

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Accessibility:

Restroom

The main restroom level is on the Lounge Level, one level below street level, and has at least one stall that is larger to accommodate wheelchairs (the ladies’ room has four larger ones that can accommodate varying degrees of accessibility). The single occupancy ADA restroom is located on the Orchestra Lower Level, 2.5 levels below street level, and we can also accommodate any patrons that cannot do stairs via that level with seats from Rows A-H.

Directions Subway

A, C, E, N, Q, R, 1, 2, 3 To 42nd St, walk North to 43rd Street, east to theatre. B, D, F - To 42nd St (at 6th Ave), walk North to 43rd Street, west to theatre

Elevator\Escalator

Elevators are available to all levels.

Entrance

The theatre is underground, however, every level is accessible via elevator. There are no steps into the theatre.

Assisted Listening System

Reservations are not necessary. Drivers license or ID with printed address required as a deposit.

Directions Bus

Take the M5, M7, M20, M42, or M104 bus.

Folding Armrests

Mobility seats with folding armrests plus one companion seat available for purchase in person or over the phone.

Water Fountain

A water fountain is available and water is also available at the bar.

Wheelchair Info

Stairs for rows K-S have 1 step between rows, Step up to U, house right front orchestra not accessible Accessible seats are All of row T, house left in front of row K

Telephone

None on premises

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Public Transportation

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By Subway:

A, C, E, N, Q, R, 1, 2, 3 To 42nd St, walk North to 43rd Street, east to theatre. B, D, F - To 42nd St (at 6th Ave), walk North to 43rd Street, west to theatre

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By Bus:

Take the M5, M7, M20, M42, or M104 bus.