The must-see show on Broadway this season is Hamilton : Between seats being sold out for months, philanthropists doling out five figures for a backstage tour, and the online lottery site crashing , there is no doubt about that. But since gaining access to the Richard Rodgers Theatre these days is kind of like snagging a golden ticket to Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, you might want to consider spending your dough on one of the many other new musicals hitting the Rialto this season. Here are nine new shows either currently playing Broadway, or set to open very soon. While very different in form and content there's something for everyone in this list , they all have one thing in common: Tickets are a lot easier to come by for these shows than for Hamilton. Take a look:. American Psycho Is guiltless murder the natural end result of American capitalism? Michael Coveney of WhatsOnStage called the show's London debut, "One of the most original [musicals] in recent years: creepy, beautiful, reverberative, hollow, sleek, and disturbing. Waitress Based on Adrienne Shelly's film, Waitress is about Jenna Tony Award winner Jessie Mueller , a waitress at a small-town diner who is also a pie-making prodigy. Could a big pie contest in a local town be her ticket to escape?
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The Foundation for New American Musicals believes that the arts empower voice and sharing of deep emotions —that arts promote understanding and dialogue. In keeping with our mission of educating, mentoring and showcasing the work of next generation creators of musicals for stage, screen and new media, we have worked with more than students to give students the tools they need to share their voices with our PATHWAY residencies. The Foundation for New American Musicals began as The Festival for New American Musicals with the vision of introducing classic and new musicals to southern California audiences and ensuring musicals a place in the cultural conversation. In FNAM adopted a different mission: to educate, mentor and showcase the next generation of musicals for stage, screen and new media. Four major programs support composers, lyricists and book writers of all backgrounds from high school to college to graduate school and beyond. You can unsubscribe anytime. Skip to content Search:. Facebook YouTube Twitter.
The Foundation for New American Musicals is one of the most exciting opportunities anywhere for young writers to develop. Throughout the history of this quintessentially American art form, musicals have not merely entertained, but often given voice to serious themes, challenging assumptions and changing minds. The Foundation for New American Musicals supports the creation of new content and provides a voice for the next generation of creative talent. Embracing four powerful disciplines — story, song, dance and visuals — musicals have uniquely and memorably inspired deeper empathy and understanding across cultures, ethnicities and generations. Today musical theatre has earned a top spot in the cultural conversation. But while there are many opportunities for performers and technical teams to learn and grow, there are very few introducing and developing promising writers, composers and lyricists from high school through post-college.
The 21st Century is young. But in that short time we've seen some incredible musical theatre that will no doubt go down as some of the best works of all time. These musicals aren't just filled with gorgeous scores or interesting characters. They raised the bar with their creativity, originality and themes. Given the influence of the work on this list, one can only imagine what the rest of this century will bring. Some of these you may know and love, and some you may be hearing them for the first time. But it also has some lovely insights into how the phantom pains of missing a life we never had can haunt and shape our choices — and that we can always find something new to live for, if we just remember to look up every once in a while. Every element of the production, including the set and costumes, advance the story and contribute to the impact of the performances. Stephen Flaherty, the composer of "Ragtime," knows how to write uplifting music, and his score for this tale of a stage-smitten ticket-taker on a Dublin bus is at once humble and enthralling.