Broadway Across America

Updated 1/7/2022

We regret to share that, due to breakthrough positive COVID cases within the company of Hadestown, the January 11-16, 2022 engagement has been rescheduled.

Hadestown will now play Bass Concert Hall September 20-25, 2022.

There is nothing for you to do at this time, your seats remain secure and your original ticket will be honored for the new performance dates. Please note: if you’ve transferred or resold any of your tickets for Hadestown, it is your responsibility to share this email with the ticket holder attending the show.

Updated 2/4/2021

We are thrilled to announce that Broadway in Austin will return in December with Hamilton. We have also been able to reschedule five previously planned Austin debuts, and we have added Disney’s The Lion King to our season.

The Upcoming Broadway in Austin Season includes:

Hamilton (Make it a 7-Show Package) | December 7-19, 2021

Hadestown January 11-16, 2022

Tootsie February 22-27, 2022

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory | March 22-27, 2022

Disney’s The Lion King | April 7-24, 2022

Summer: The Donna Summer Musical | May 3-8, 2022

Mean Girls August 2-7, 2022


Updated 10/30/2020

Tootsie, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Mean Girls have been postponed and will be rescheduled for a later date.

We are working to reschedule Tootsie, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Mean Girls and will be in touch as soon as we have an update.

Updated 7/27/2020

Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, previously scheduled for September 8-13, 2020, has been rescheduled for September 7-12, 2021.

Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, previously scheduled for December 8-13, 2020, has been rescheduled for July 20-25, 2021.

2020/2021 Broadway in Austin subscribers will keep the same subscription seats for Summer: The Donna Summer Musical and Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and will receive all tickets later this fall.

The Road to Reopening: Broadway in Austin Town Hall

On Wednesday, September 2, Texas Performing Arts Executive Director Bob Bursey joined Lauren Reid, Chief Operating Officer of the John Gore Organization, to discuss the road back for Broadway in Austin presented by Texas Performing Arts.