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The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway Tickets

See this iconic film come to life on Broadway with music by singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson.
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About The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway

The beloved, bestselling novel-turned-Hollywood film by Nicholas Sparks is now a swoon-worthy Broadway musical. Get The Notebook tickets on TodayTix now.

Following a successful bow in Chicago, The Notebook Broadway musical comes to New York City with music and lyrics by Emmy Award nominee and Billboard Hot 100 singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson. Experience this sweeping and romantic show about Allie and Noah, each from unique worlds, who share a lifetime of love despite the forces of war, class dynamics, and family differences that threaten to separate them.

Alongside Michaelson, Bekah Brunstetter (a three-time Emmy Award nominee for This Is Us) adapts Sparks’ acclaimed novel, and four-time Tony Award nominee Michael Greif (Rent, Dear Evan Hansen, Hell's Kitchen) and Schele Williams (The Wiz) co-direct this timeless story of love across the ages that will enchant Broadway audiences.

A deeply moving portrait of the enduring power of love, The Notebook musical is a gorgeous, touching piece of theatre that puts goosebumps on your arms and flutters in your heart. See why the Chicago Sun-Times awarded the show four stars and raved that it is “superb — a stage musical for the ages.”

Run time

2hr 20min. Incl. 15min intermission.

Start date

February 10th, 2024

Age

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

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The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway cast and creative team

By: Bekah Brunstetter, adapted from the novel by Nicholas Sparks
Songs by: Ingrid Michaelson
Director: Michael Greif and Schele Williams
Choreography: Katie Spelman
Cast list: John Cardoza (as Younger Noah), Ryan Vasquez (as Middle Noah), Dorian Harewood (as Older Noah), Jordan Tyson (as Younger Allie), Joy Woods (as Middle Allie), Maryann Plunkett (as Older Allie), Andréa Burns, Yassmin Alers, Alex Benoit, Chase Del Rey, Hillary Fisher, Jerome Harmann-Hardeman, Dorcas Leung, Happy McPartlin, Juliette Ojeda, Kim Onah, Carson Stewart, Charles E. Wallace, Charlie Webb Design: David Zinn and Brett J. Banakis
Costumes: Paloma Young
Lighting: Ben Stanton
Sound: Nevin Steinberg
Other info: Hair and wig design by Mia Neal, music supervision by Carmel Dean, arrangements by Ingrid Michaelson and Dean, orchestrations by John Clancy and Dean, music direction by Geoffrey Ko

Venue

Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

236 West 45th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue), New York, NY, United States, 10036

Accessibility

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

More information about The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway

The Notebook has a storied history for only being a few decades old. Scooped up from the slush pile at a publisher’s office, Nicholas Sparks's now-famous novel was his debut as a writer. Tracing the effects of aging on the mind and heart, The Notebook sees an older couple remember their youth and the unforgettable love that once bound them together.

The book was published in 1996 and immediately placed on The New York Times bestseller list in its first week of release, ultimately spending more than a year as a bestselling hardcover.

Eight years later, the novel became a box office smash. The film, starring Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling, is one of the highest-grossing romantic dramas of all time. In a cast of Hollywood A-listers, Joan Allen, James Marsden, and Sam Shepard co-starred.

What to watch for

  • Ingrid Michaelson returns to Broadway. The folksy, indie singer-songwriter has performed on Broadway before as Sonya in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. Now, she writes the score to her first Broadway musical.
  • Michaelson is best known for writing the emotional songs featured on Grey's Anatomy — she feels handpicked to pen the score for this musical about the strangeness, thrills, and heartbreak of new and old love.
  • Three actors each play Allie and Noah at different stages of their youth and adulthood. This is a popular casting structure in Broadway musicals, seen also in shows like Fun Home and The Cher Show.
  • Michael Greif is staying booked and busy! Alongside The Notebook, he also directs Days of Wine and Roses and Hell's Kitchen in spring 2024.
  • The Notebook marks Schele Williams's Broadway directing debut, but she's quickly following it up with the first revival of The Wiz later in 2024.

Please Note

There are uses of flashing lights, darkness, and haze in this production. The use of cameras, cell phones, & other recording devices 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 & must fit on your lap or completely under your seat without blocking any aisles.

Frequently asked questions

What is The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway about?

If a musical adaptation of Nicholas Sparks's romance novel and film was and always has been your dream, you're in luck. Experience the timeless story of Allie and Noah, who fight across decades to find their way back to each other as time and circumstance try to keep them apart.

Which theatre is The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway at?

The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway is at New York's Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre .

What is the running time of The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway?

The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway runs for 2hr 20min. Incl. 15min intermission..

What is the age recommendation for The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway?

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

How do you get tickets for The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway?

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How much are tickets for The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway?

The Notebook: The Musical on Broadway tickets start at $59.

What are the songs in The Notebook musical?

The Notebook features an entirely original score with songs by Ingrid Michaelson. The score includes songs with titles like "Words" and "If This Is Love."

Who wrote The Notebook?

Bekah Brunstetter, a three-time Emmy-nominated writer on This Is Us, wrote the book for The Notebook, adapted from Nicholas Sparks's novel. Indie musician Ingrid Michaelson wrote the music and lyrics to the all-original songs.

Who directed The Notebook?

The Notebook has two directors: four-time Tony nominee Michael Greif (Rent, Dear Evan Hansen) and veteran actor Schele Williams, who makes her Broadway directing debut with this show.

Is The Notebook appropriate for kids?

The Notebook is suitable for kids ages 10 and up.

Is The Notebook on Broadway good?

The Notebook is already a beloved tale in book and movie forms. Audiences should expect to fall in love just as hard with the swoon-worthy, poignant stage adaptation.

Is The Notebook musical the same as the movie and book?

The Notebook retains the same characters and plot as the book and movie, but all the songs featured in the show are new; Ingrid Michaelson wrote them specifically for the musical.

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