12 Shows to See to Unleash Your Inner Girl Boss
Ever since musical theater opened its doors on Broadway, badass women from around the world have come to NYC for a chance in the spotlight. The New York theater scene has been an incubator for some of the world’s most talented ladies, and we’re (finally) living in a world where women are getting their due on stage.
We’re honored to work in an industry that has launched so many iconic women to stardom, and we want to celebrate the brilliance of the sheroes working on stage eight times a week.
Based on the smash-hit movie, the musical gets to the hilarious heart of what it means to be a true friend, a worthy nemesis, and above all, a human being.
A true New York City institution, this classic has everything that makes Broadway great: a universal story of fame and fortune, a show-stopping score, and killer leading ladies.
This new play is Maddie Corman’s inspiring true story about discovering a new normal when her world falls apart.
The Cher Show
The Goddess of Pop is brought to life by three of Broadway’s stars in this musical celebration for the ages.
The Tony Award-winning bio-musical dives into the life and work of Carole King, pop music’s longest-reigning queen.
What the Constitution Means to Me
Heidi Schreck takes the stage to revive her 15-year-old self and trace the impact the Constitution has had on her life.
Assembled by an all-female creative team, “Waitress” tells the story of Jenna, a waitress and expert pie maker who dreams of a way out of her small town and loveless marriage.
Lizzie: The Musical
Featuring four powerhouse actors (including former “Wicked” star Eden Espinosa), this cutting-edge new musical will be your new obsession.
This new musical is the story of two high school lesbians, a group of out-of-work Broadway stars, a small town, and the love that unites them all.
Samantha Barks (Eponine from the film adaptation of “Les Mis”) brings the timeless romance to life on the Broadway stage.
Proof of Love
This moving one-woman show follows Candace as her successful and happy life is uprooted by a tragic accident.
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune
Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald returns to the stage in this breathtaking classic — a story of love and possibility.