Melissa Etheridge: My Window Tickets
Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Melissa Etheridge brings her music, and tales from her life, to Broadway for a limited season.
Tickets for Melissa Etheridge: My Window Selling FastGrammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Melissa Etheridge brings an evening of music, reflection and stories from her life to the Circle in the Square Theatre this Fall in Melissa Etheridge: My Window. Playing for a limited nine-week residency, the acclaimed show hits the Great White Way after a sold-out run at New World Stages last year. Book early to not miss this fantastic opportunity to learn about her incredible life behind the music.
About Melissa Etheridge: My WindowKnown and loved for her distinctive raspy vocals and raw, confessional lyrics, rockstar Melissa Etheridge has brightened up the radio airwaves and arenas all over the globe for more than 20 years with her electric back catalogue. Songs including “I’m the Only One”, “Come to My Window” and “I Want to Come Over” have earned her legions of dedicated fans and awards, including two Grammys and an Academy Award.
Now on Broadway for a limited season, theatergoers can hear Melissa’s songs performed live alongside surprising and touching stories from her life. Reflecting on a childhood in Kansas all the way to her incredible career highs, My Window is a fearless, sensitive and often humorous evening in which she takes us into her confidence with warmth and ease.
Melissa Etheridge: My Window celebrated its world premier Off-Broadway in 2022. Running for just three weeks, the show was one of the year’s hottest tickets, and the entire engagement was sold out ahead of opening night. Critics loved My Window too, with The New York Times hailing it as "honest and searing”, and Queerty remarking that “her star power is undeniable [...] her stories have the well-crafted arc and casualness of sitting at your favorite bar with a bestie.”
The show is written by Etheridge with additional material by her wife Linda Wallem-Etheridge, and directed by Amy Tinkham.