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About Suffs on Broadway

March on! Suffs on Broadway, winner of 2024 Tony Awards for Best Score and Best Book, turns the clock one century back to the onset of the women’s suffrage movement in America. Suffs — written and composed by award-winning theatremaker Shaina Taub in her Broadway debut and starring Taub, Nikki M. James, Jenn Colella, Emily Skinner, and more — echoes their voices and examines the lives and legacies of the movement’s key leaders. Get Suffs tickets in New York on TodayTix.

The 19th Amendment was ratified in 1920, giving women the right to vote. The legendary women celebrated in Suffs, who had taken to the streets since 1913, are to thank. But how did seven years of protests lead to progress? With an honest lens, Suffs explores all the events leading up to this historic moment for women’s rights, and the impactful, although imperfect, women behind them.

Suffs shows not only the groundbreaking tools of protest created by the suffragists, but the cracks in the foundation that they built. Suffs allows American audiences in the 2020s to look back on this crucial 1920s movement.

Run time

2hr 30min. Incl. 15min intermission.

Start date

March 26th, 2024


Ages 10+. Children under 4 are not allowed in the theatre.

Production note
Strobe or flashing lights are used in this production.
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1K+ Reviews

Wish I Could See Them All

Wish I Could See Them All

803 Reviews | 253 Followers
Relevant, Good music & performances, Funny, Intelligent, Informative

See it if Upbeat portrayal of a seemingly impossible struggle. I learned a lot about the history. All characters (even men) are played by women.

Don’t see it if You are not up for a progressive “feel good” political show. The music was simple but pleasing. I especially liked the ballads & duets.



305 Reviews | 105 Followers
Resonant, Great singing, Absorbing

See it if Well done, nicely paced show that teaches some while being entertaining. Good score and fine staging

Don’t see it if A bit on the nose at times and definitely bites off more than it can chew with such a big topic.

Elisa 9119

Elisa 9119

615 Reviews | 286 Followers
Intelligent, Great writing, Great staging, Great singing, Great acting

See it if An empowering musical,smartly written,wittily directed&teaming powerfl perfs esp lead S Taub who also wrote book,music&lyrics.*

Don’t see it if Not into all fem casting;even Woodrow Wilson is performed by a woman. Uninterested in Alice Paul& her fellow suffragists fighting x justice.



115 Reviews | 73 Followers
Progress is possible, not guaranteed.

See it if You like historical book-musicals with a great ensemble.

Don’t see it if You’re a misogynist or looking for elaborate expensive sets.

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Stars on stage

Jenn Colella

Jenn Colella

Nikki M. James

Nikki M. James

Shaina Taub

Shaina Taub

Emily Skinner

Emily Skinner

Suffs on Broadway cast and creative team

By: Shaina Taub
Songs by: Shaina Taub
Director: Leigh Silverman
Producer: Jill Furman, Rachel Sussman, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Malala Yousafzai
Choreography: Mayte Natalio
Cast list: Shaina Taub (as Alice Paul), Nikki M. James (as Ida B. Wells), Jenn Colella (as Carrie Chapman Catt), Grace McLean (as President Woodrow Wilson), Hannah Cruz (as Inez Milholland), Kim Blanck (as Ruza Wenclawska), Ally Bonino (as Lucy Burns), Tsilala Brock (as Dudley Malone), Nadia Dandashi (as Doris Stevens), Jaygee Macapugay (as Mollie Hay), Anastacia McCleskey (as Mary Church Terrell), Emily Skinner (as Alva Belmont/Phoebe Burn), Laila Drew (as Phyllis Terrell/Robin), Hawley Gould (as Alice Paul alternate)
Design: Riccardo Hernández
Costumes: Paul Tazewell
Lighting: Lap Chi Chu
Sound: Jason Crystal with associate Sun Hee Kil
Other info: Orchestrations by Michael Starobin, music supervision and music direction by Andrea Grody


239 West 45th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue), New York, NY, USA, 10036


Accommodations for patrons who are blind, deaf, partially sighted, and/or have hearing loss; partial wheelchair access, handrail access

More information about Suffs on Broadway

Most people have heard of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, but they're far from the only influential suffragists. In fact, the main characters of Suffs — including Alice Paul, Ida B. Wells, and Inez Milholland — often clash with Anthony's generation of older suffragists who don't believe in disruptive protests as a means of activism. Paul and co. triumphed, but the musical also sheds light on their imperfections, too — namely, how the white leaders often pushed activists of color to the sidelines. Indeed, the Nineteenth Amendment only applied to white women.

Suffs premiered at The Public Theater in spring 2022 with a cast including Jenn Colella, Nikki M. James, Phillipa Soo, and Taub herself.

What to watch for

  • The entire lead creative team (Taub, director Leigh Silverman, and choreographer Mayte Natalio) and head producing team of Suffs are women. Joining lead producers Jill Furman and Rachel Sussman are Hillary Rodham Clinton and Malala Yousafzai!
  • Feeling deja vu? Another historical musical, Hamilton, got its start at the Public back in 2015. Like Suffs, one person (Lin-Manuel Miranda) wrote the entirety of Hamilton and played the starring role.
  • Taub was the 2014 recipient of the Jonathan Larson Award. More recently, she collaborated with Elton John on the score for the new Devil Wears Prada musical adaptation!
  • Phillipa Soo knows her way around a historical role — she earned a Tony nomination for playing Eliza Hamilton in Hamilton.
  • Natalio is doubly represented on Broadway in the 2023-24 season. A few months before Suffs opened, she made her Broadway debut with another new musical, How to Dance in Ohio.
  • In 2020, The New York Times profiled the Suffs team for the documentary series Offstage. The documentary series highlighted the impact of Covid-19 on theatremaking in 2020.

Important Information

The use of cameras, cell phones, and other recording devices during the show is strictly prohibited by law, except when used for accessibility services. No weapons permitted on the premesis. No outside food or beverages, electric scooters, e-bikes, or battery-powered transportation devices, except when medically necessary. All items are subject to inspection. Anything brought into the theatre must fit on your lap or completely under your seat without blocking any aisles.

Frequently asked questions

What is Suffs on Broadway about?

March on over to the Music Box Theatre for a historic and history-making musical event. With an all-female lead creative team including writer Shaina Taub, Suffs tells the stories of the imperfect yet impassioned women who changed the face of the women's suffrage movement.

Which theatre is Suffs on Broadway at?

Suffs on Broadway is at New York's Music Box Theatre.

What is the running time of Suffs on Broadway?

Suffs on Broadway runs for 2hr 30min. Incl. 15min intermission.

What is the age recommendation for Suffs on Broadway?

Ages 10+. Children under 4 are not allowed in the theatre.

How do you get tickets for Suffs on Broadway?

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How much are tickets for Suffs on Broadway?

Suffs on Broadway tickets start at $67.

Who wrote Suffs?

Shaina Taub is the sole writer of Suffs. She wrote the book, music, and lyrics, and she even starred in the show's Off-Broadway premiere! She's also co-writing The Devil Wears Prada musical with Elton John.

Who directed Suffs?

Leigh Silverman directs Suffs on Broadway. She also staged the show's 2022 Off-Broadway premiere, and she earned a 2014 Tony nomination for directing Violet starring Sutton Foster.

What are the songs in Suffs?

Suffs includes songs like "The Young Are At the Gates," "Ladies," "This Girl," "The Strong One," and "How Long." Shaina Taub wrote the music and lyrics for all the songs in Suffs.

Is Suffs appropriate for kids?

Suffs has yet to set an age recommendation for Broadway.

Is Suffs good?

Suffs uniquely champions trailblazing women — both the suffragists of the 20th century and the modern-day female creative team making history by bringing this musical to Broadway. The show's riveting songs and story paint the suffragists as imperfect but, just like the musical itself, unforgettable.

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