& Juliet on Broadway Tickets
About & Juliet on Broadway
The larger-than-life Broadway musical & Juliet reimagines Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet and sets the timeless classic to pop anthems. Shakespeare’s wife Anne Hathaway takes the quill and rewrites the star-crossed lovers' tragedy, creating a vibrant version that envisions a different ending for the tragic heroine — nary a dagger in sight. This flipped script challenges conventions, empowers Juliet, and captivates audiences. New York Theatre Guide calls the musical a “cheeky and eager-to-entertain jukebox musical bursting with chart-toppers” and “zippy energy.”
The catchy song catalog features Max Martin hits made famous by Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, Katy Perry, Kelly Clarkson, Celine Dion, P!nk, and more. The show creatively weaves earworms such as “Since U Been Gone,” “Roar,” and “I Want It That Way” into Juliet’s journey of self-discovery and love. To boot, the musical’s witty book is penned by David West Read, a writer behind the Emmy-winning series Schitt’s Creek.
& Juliet highlights
The critically acclaimed & Juliet musical opened in London’s West End in 2019 and transferred to Broadway in 2022. The new musical won two Olivier Awards and received nine Tony Award nominations, including Best New Musical and Best Book of a Musical. A production in Melbourne, Australia, opened in 2023. Whether you’re attending & Juliet in New York City or beyond, here are some things to know before you go.
- The musical has the energy of a pop concert. The show fuses pop concert, hip-hop, and freestyle choreography by choreographer Jennifer Weber, who received a Tony nod for her work.
- The costumes bring a modern flair to Shakespeare. The costumes, designed by Paloma Young, are a mashup of Elizabethan ruffled collars and jacquard doublets with colorful, modern-day accessories.
- The set designs are big and bold. Soutra Gilmour’s sets transport the audience from Verona to Paris, complete with vibrant marquees, spinning landmarks, and neon signs.
Contains some strong language. Recommended for ages 6+. Children age 4 and under will not be admitted into the theatre. Everyone must have a ticket, regardless of age.