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    Hugh Jackman returns to Broadway

    Watch out for trouble, right here in New York City! Hugh Jackman returns to New York theater as a con-man struck down by love in Meredith Willson’s charming rogue of a musical.

    When charismatic con artist Harold Hill arrives in River City, he has one goal in mind: swindle the locals with a tall tale about starting a band, then disappear with their cash. What he doesn’t expect is librarian Marian Paroo, who suspects his intentions are less than honorable. 

    As the pair size each other up, romance grows. But is Harold willing to ditch his plan to win Marian’s heart? 

    Academy Award winner Hugh Jackman (West End: Oklahoma!) stars as Harold Hill alongside stage star and Tony Award winner Sutton Foster (Anything Goes) as Marian.

    The Music Man is a beloved, award-winning Broadway classic with book, music and lyrics by Meredith Willson. This revival is directed by Jerry Zaks (Guys and Dolls; Six Degrees of Separation) and choreographed by Warren Carlyle. 

    Returning to Broadway for the first time in 20 years, get yourself some The Music Man tickets and enjoy this enduringly popular show at the Winter Garden Theatre.

    Performance dates: 11 Mar 2022 - 06 Nov 2022

    Running time: 2 hours 45 minutes (including an intermission)

    Age recommendation: Best for age 6+. Under 4s not permitted.

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    Frequently asked questions

    Hugh Jackman will not perform as Harold Hill on the following dates:

    Monday August 15 - Sunday August 21, 2022

    Monday September 5 - Sunday September 11, 2022

    Monday October 10 Sunday October 16, 2022

    Please note that the appearance of any cast member cannot be guaranteed in the event of illness or other circumstances beyond the show's control.
    The cast of The Music Man are not currently participating in meet-and-greets or signings at the stage door. This is for the health and safety of both audience members and cast and crew working on the show.
    $49 rush tickets for The Music Man are available in person at the Winter Garden Theatre box office. They go on sale from 10am, with a limit of 2 per person and are subject to availability. It is best to get in line early, before 7.30am if possible, as tickets sell quickly.

    Rush tickets are for seats across the auditorium so the view cannot be guaranteed. However these are currently the cheapest tickets for The Music Man and considered a steal even in restricted view seats.
    In the Orchestra, seats are cheapest from number 17 and above in the Left and Right Orchestra. From these seats, you may miss Hugh Jackman's entrance and some action upstage and at the far sides, but most of The Music Man takes place front and center stage.

    Seats beyond row E of the Mezzanine are some of the cheapest in the house - although still upwards of $190 - and don't feel too far from the stage at a big musical like this. Choose seats numbered lower than 20, like Mezzanine J14 , to enjoy a great view of this dazzling show for over $200 less than the premium price.
    The Winter Garden Theatre is wider than it is deep, and seat numbers above 25 in both sections may be marked as restricted view. However, seats such as Orchestra O40 and Orchestra F26 can be good value if you don't mind missing some peripheral action and set pieces.

    Theatergoers note that some scenes in The Music Man take place on a slightly raised platform, which can be difficult to see from the far left. However one reviewer who sat in Mezzanine B57 said that "all critical parts of the show were in full view".
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