Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff, Lindsay Mendez, and a who’s who of beloved stage veterans, “Merrily” quickly sold out all performances at the New York Theatre Workshop from its previews in November, opening on Dec. 12 and running until January 2023.
So, if you want to see Sondheim’s ahead-of-its-time musical recounting the troubled friendship between composer Franklin Shepard and his two lifelong comrades – writer Mary and lyricist/playwright Charley – there are a few ways to make it happen before the show closes on Jan. 24.
One could a) wait in the cancellation line before the show begins, b) apply for the CheapTix lottery or c) repeatedly check the venue’s site to see if anything changes.
Part of “Merrily’s” appeal is the sheer star power of its cast.
To find out who’s joining Radcliffe (“Harry Potter,” “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story”), Groff (“Hamilton,” “Glee”) and Tony winner Mendez (“Carousel,” “Wicked”) onstage, check out the production’s official cast list here.
Musicals on Broadway in 2022-23
We promise not all tickets are as difficult to come by as “Merrily We Roll Along.”
In fact, we can prove it.
Here are just five can’t miss musicals you can see as soon as today without all the hassle of “Merrily.”
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