Days of Wine and Roses on Broadway Tickets
About Days of Wine and Roses on Broadway
Experience a story of heart-wrenching romance with the new musical adaptation of Days of Wine and Roses, brought to life by the composers behind the Tony Award-winning The Light in the Piazza. Starring Broadway favorites Kelli O'Hara and Brian d'Arcy James, this Broadway production runs for 16 weeks only.
Set against the poignant backdrop of love clouded by addiction, Days of Wine and Roses follows Kirsten and Joe, a couple whose love for liquor upends their once-sparkling love for each other. This musical adaptation of the 1958 teleplay and 1962 film unveils the raw complexities of human emotion through stunning performances and unforgettable music.
Kelli O'Hara and Brian d'Arcy James, who led the show's Off-Broadway world premiere, deliver unmissable star turns. New York Theatre Guide raved, "James hits all the right notes... Beyond her vocals, O’Hara’s assured and powerful acting really impresses."
Don't miss the chance to witness this transformative and intoxicating story of love, struggle, and redemption.
Days of Wine and Roses highlights
Atlantic Theater Company presented the world premiere of the Days of Wine and Roses musical in spring 2023. The theatre group assembled a team of top-notch talents, from the writers to the director to the stars. Together, they mine every depth of emotion from JP Miller's original story. Learn more about the celebrated team behind Days of Wine and Roses.
- An acclaiming writing duo reunites. Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel haven't collaborated on a musical since The Light in the Piazza in 2005, which remains iconic for its stirring score and bittersweet story. They're in their element with Days of Wine and Roses.
- The leads are proven stars. O'Hara is a Tony Award winner for The King and I, and she's been nominated an additional six times. James is a three-time Tony nominee, most recently for playing the Baker in Into the Woods.
- A celebrated director heads up the show. Michael Greif is a four-time Tony Award nominee for Rent, Next to Normal, Grey Gardens, and Dear Evan Hansen.