Broadway Posters

Evita
Evita
“Evita” opened in April 2012 and is now playing at the Marquis Theatre. It’s about a poor woman named Eva Perón who rose to become the First Lady of Argentina. (credit: SpotCo)
Jersey Boys
Jersey Boys
“Jersey Boys” opened on November 6, 2005 and is currently playing at August Wilson Theatre in NYC. The show also tours worldwide. The musical is about a group of blue-collar boys from New Jersey who became one of the biggest American pop music sensations of all time. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
Anything Goes
Anything Goes
Anything Goes; set sail on April 7; 2012 aboard the S.S. American. The musical is about two pairs set off on an unlikely course of to true love. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
Clybourne Park
Clybourne Park
Set between 1959 and 2009, “Clybourne Park” takes a look back at the role of gentrification in our communities. “Clybourne Park” opened in April 2012 and can be seen at Walter Kerr Theatre. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
Cock
Cock
“Cock” opened on May 17, 2012 at The Duke. The play is about a character named John who takes a break from his boyfriend and meets the woman of his dreams – the last thing he expects. Now he has a big choice to make. (credit: SpotCo)
Ghost
Ghost
Based on the movie, “Ghost” is a musical about a couple, Sam and Molly, who fall in love. But Sam dies suddenly and stays around as a ghost to protect Molly from danger. The musical is currently playing at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. (credit: SpotCo)
Million Dollar Quartet
Million Dollar Quartet
Playing at New World Stages, the “Million Dollar Quartet” musical was inspired by the famed recording session that brought together icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time on December 4, 1956.
Nice Work If You Can Get It
Nice Work If You Can Get It
“Nice Work If You Can Get It” opened on April 24, 2012 at The Imperial Theatre. The musical takes place in the 1920s and tells a tale of bootleggers, chorus girls, playboys and politicians set loose in a glorious Long Island mansion. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
One Man Two Guvnors
One Man Two Guvnors
Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall ends up in the employ of Roscoe Crabbe and Stanley Stubbers. But he needs to keep the two from meeting each other. “One Man, Two Guvnors” opened in April 2012 and is currently playing at Music Box Theatre. (credit: SpotCo)
Once
Once
“Once” is a musical about an Irish musician and an immigrant who develop a romance while creating music together. “Once” opened in March 2012 at Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. (credit: SpotCo)
Peter And The Star Catcher
Peter And The Star Catcher
"Peter and the Starcatcher” is a retelling of the children’s classic “Peter Pan,” only turned on its head. This production shows a Neverland like you have never seen before. “Peter and the Starcatcher” opened in April 2012 and can be seen at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
Harvey
Harvey
Starring Jim Parsons from “The Big Bang Theory,” Harvey, the title character, is about a six-foot-tall invisible rabbit only visible to Parsons’ character named Elmwood. Harvey and Elmwood escape the mental institution and go on a wild ride around town. “Harvey” opened in May 2012 at Studio 54. (credit: SpotCo)
Sister Act
Sister Act
“Sister Act” opened in April 2011 at Broadway Theatre. Now staring Raven Symone, the musical is about a wannabe diva who witnesses a crime. Cops then hide the diva in a convent. (credit: SpotCo)
Priscilla Queen Of The Desert
Priscilla Queen Of The Desert
“Priscilla Queen of the Desert” is the story of three best friends on a wild road trip. The musical is playing at the Palace Theatre through June 24, 2012. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
“End of the Rainbow” is a musical about Judy Garland’s comeback. It is playing at the Belasco Theatre. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
End Of The Rainbow “End of the Rainbow” is a musical about Judy Garland’s comeback. It is playing at the Belasco Theatre. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
The Columnist
The Columnist
“The Columnist is playing at the Manhattan Theatre Club under limited engagement through June 24, 2012. Staring actor John Lithgow, “The Columnist” is about a 60s-era journalist at the center of Washington D.C. politics. (credit: SpotCo)
Venus In Fur
Venus In Fur
“Venus In Fur” opened Nov. 9, 2011 and is currently playing at Lyceum Theatre. The play goes behind the scenes at an audition, where a man and a woman blur the lines between fantasy and reality, seduction and power, love and sex. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
Chicago
Chicago
“Chicago” is a musical set in the title city during the era of Prohibition. The original opened on Broadway in 1975, and the revival in 1996. As or 2012, the Broadway revival had surpassed 6200 performances, making it the longest running Broadway revival ever. (credit: SpotCo)
Spiderman Turn Off The Dark
Spiderman Turn Off The Dark
“Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark” is the story of Peter Parker after he was bitten by a spider and had his life turned upside down. It opened in June 2011 at the Foxwoods Theatre. (credit: boneaubryanbrown.com)
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