Harmony: A New Musical on Broadway
Harmony: A New Musical on Broadway Tickets

Harmony: A New Musical on Broadway Tickets

Barrymore Theatre, New York
Oct 18, 2023 -
Two hours and 30 minutes, including a 15 minute intermission
Calling all fanilows: This hilarious & historical new musical is for you.

About Harmony: A New Musical on Broadway

One of the music industry’s most iconic figures is now writing a legendary story for Broadway. Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award winner Barry Manilow pens the score to Harmony: A New Musical, at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre after a buzzy, sold-out Off-Broadway run.

Set in 1927 Berlin, Harmony follows The Comedian Harmonists. Never heard of them? This moving and toe-tapping musical will tell you why: These six dynamic young men formed a singing group who become international sensations, but their fame clashed with the onset of World War II. But for a while, they were as big as The Beatles, and Manilow wrote glorious harmonies for the group’s six dashing singers.

Manilow's music, along with lyrics and a book by his longtime collaborator and Drama Desk Award winner Bruce Sussman, bring Harmony to infectious life. The fantastic singers “were from extraordinarily different backgrounds,” Sussman once said, and “why we don’t know them is the story of Harmony.”

Harmony highlights

Save on Harmony on Broadway with Goldstar — there's no better time to see this rags-to-riches Broadway premiere. It's an event more than 25 years in the making: The world premiere of Harmony took place in 1997. Now, the stars aligned in perfect harmony to bring the show to the big stage.

  • The musical features Broadway royalty. Chip Zien, the original Baker in Into the Woods, and Sierra Boggess, known for The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway, co-star with breakout Funny Girl star Julie Benko in this new musical.
  • Tony Award winner Warren Carlyle stages the production. Warren Carlyle, one of Broadway’s most colorful artists, directs and choreographs Harmony. Carlyle won a Tony Award for Best Choreography for After Midnight and received two nominations for his work on The Music Man (starring Hugh Jackson) and Kiss Me, Kate.
  • Critics loved the pre-Broadway run of Harmony. “It’s time for harmony!” NY Daily News wrote, and The New York Times named the show a Critic’s Pick and called it “impossible to forget!” New York Theatre Guide's review read, "Harmony hits all the right notes."
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