ASU Gammage Broadway season subscriptions go on sale next week

May 4, 2021, 4:25 AM | Updated: 4:18 pm
HAMILTON National Tour (Courtesy photo/Joan Marcus)...
HAMILTON National Tour (Courtesy photo/Joan Marcus)
(Courtesy photo/Joan Marcus)

PHOENIX — Some of Broadway’s biggest shows are coming to the Valley at ASU Gammage later this year, and people can secure their season subscriptions starting May 10.

Those interested in receiving priority access to season ticket subscriptions can sign up for the waitlist online.

Broadway at ASU Gammage opens Sept. 8 with “Hamilton,” the award-winning musical that sung-and-rapped the story of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” was originally set for Aug. 17-22, but has been rescheduled for Oct. 18-23, 2022, and will still be included in the season subscription.

“Mean Girls” will take place after Hamilton closes on Oct. 3 and run from Nov. 2-7, rescheduled from Oct. 19-24.

Other shows include “My Fair Lady” (Dec. 7-12); “The Band’s Visit” (Feb. 8-13, 2022); “Tootsie” (March 15-20, 2022); “Hadestown” (April 19-24, 2022) and “Come From Away” (June 14-19, 2022).

Disney’s “The Lion King” will also return to ASU Gammage and run from July 7-31, 2022. The show is not part of the subscription, but season ticket holders will have the first option to purchase tickets when they go on sale.

Current health protocols for ASU Gammage include masks being required while in the building. The protocols, last updated Jan. 21, will continue to evolve as the date of reopening approaches.

Staff under the protocols will also have their temperature checked prior to starting their shift, along with sanitizing of ticket scanners and high touch point areas.

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ASU Gammage Broadway season subscriptions go on sale next week