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ASU Gammage's 2020-2021 Broadway season packed with premiers and return of 'Hamilton'


"Hamilton" will return to ASU Gammage in its 2020-2021 Broadway season. Photo by Joan Marcus

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March 18, 2020

ASU Gammage has announced its 2020-2021 Broadway season, which promises to be “the biggest, boldest, most brilliant season to date.”

Audience members can expect the return of hit musical "Hamilton," along with winner of eight 2019 Tony Awards Best Musical "Hadestown"; the Tempe premier of the Broadway hit, Disney’s "Frozen"; Broadway favorites "Tootsie" and "My Fair Lady"; critically acclaimed Broadway musical "The Band's Visit"; 2019 Tony Award Winner of Best Revival of a Musical "Oklahoma!"; and the adaptation of an American classic,"To Kill a Mockingbird."

"Jersey Boys" will also return to the ASU Gammage stage as a season option.

“It’s an extraordinary time on Broadway with some of the most inspiring work on stage,” said Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, ASU vice president for cultural affairs and the executive director for ASU Gammage. “We wrapped up a memorable decade of Broadway and now we’re headed into the next decade bigger and bolder. This is a season you will not want to miss!”

Current season ticket holders can renew their subscription now, while sales for new season subscriptions will be announced soon. Subscriptions start at $235 for eight shows. To learn more about season tickets visit asugammage.com. 

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