Broadway in Pittsburgh Season to Include ‘Moulin Rouge,’ ‘The Wiz,’ ‘Company’
PITTSBURGH – The 2023-24 PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh season will include touring productions of “Moulin Rouge! The Musical,” the pre-Broadway revival of “The Wiz,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Girl from the North Country,” “My Fair Lady” “Company” and “The Kite Runner.”
Season specials include returning favorites “The Book of Mormon” and “Mamma Mia!”
The lineup was announced this morning by The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
Subscription packages to the seven-show series range from $250 to $835 per subscription and are available now. Group discounts apply to orders of 10 tickets or more. Single tickets will go on sale throughout the year. However, the best way to secure seats is through a season subscription. As a reminder, patrons who join the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s email list receive special presale access.
Here is the schedule:
- “Moulin Rouge! The Musical,” Sept. 27-Oct. 8, Benedum Center: Winner of 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
- “The Wiz,” Oct. 31-Nov. 5, Benedum Center. An all-new production of the Tony Award-winning musical adapted from “The Wizard of Oz.”
- “Mrs. Doubtfire,” Nov. 28-Dec. 3, Benedum Center. A new musical comedy, based on the hit 1993 movie.
- “Girl from the North Country,” Jan. 9-14, Benedum Center. This Tony Award-winning musical reimagines 20 legendary songs of Bob Dylan.
- “My Fair Lady,” Jan. 30-Feb. 4, Benedum Center. A new production of Lerner & Loewe’s classic musical.
- “Company,” April 16-21, Benedum Center. Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical.
- “The Kite Runner,” May 7-12, Benedum Center. Based on Khaled Hosseini’s international best-selling novel.
The season specials, not included in the subscription:
- “The Book of Mormon,” Feb. 27-March 3, Benedum Center: The nine-time Tony Award winning musical (contains explicit language).
- “Mamma Mia!,” March 26-31, Benedum Center. A feel-good show set to the music of ABBA.
Pictured at top: A scene from the touring production of “Mamma Mia!,” which will come to Pittsburgh in 2024.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.