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2020-2021 Season

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Broadway in Louisville invites you to join us for the upcoming 2020/2021 season beginning this winter. It is art that we turn to for escapism, joy, and comfort. When this intermission comes to an end, Broadway will be waiting in the wings ready to thrill you in the way only seeing a show can. And, this season promises to delight audiences with four Louisville premieres, a new production of fan-favorite CATS and the return of HAMILTON.

2020-2021 Season

Non-subscription ticket on sale dates are TBD but typically begin 4-6 weeks prior to a show. Join our eClub for the most up-to-date information.

HAMILTON

HAMILTON

The story of America then, told by America now.

FEB 9-28, 2021 »

CATS

CATS

Experience CATS for the first time, or let it thrill you all over again!

MAR 16-21, 2021 »

WAITRESS

WAITRESS

“​WAITRESS​ is a little slice of heaven!” says Entertainment Weekly

MAY 11-16, 2021 »

TOOTSIE

TOOTSIE

It’s “far and away the funniest musical of the season” (Daily News).

JUN 8-13, 2021 »

AIN'T TOO PROUD

AIN'T TOO PROUD

An electrifying new musical that follows The Temptations’ extraordinary journey

JUL 27 - AUG 1, 2021 »

ANASTASIA

ANASTASIA

Inspired by the beloved films.

AUG 24-29, 2021 »

Leslie Broecker, PNC Broadway in Louisville President:

“We are so fortunate to have a blend of hot premieres, direct from Broadway, and our most asked-for returns! We’re especially pleased to be able to bring WAITRESS back to the Kentucky Center after having to cancel its 2018 run. We are also looking forward to introducing more youth to Broadway theatre in the upcoming season and, as always, can’t wait to make a difference in the lives of area students and future theatre-lovers.”

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Following Governor Andy Beshear’s executive order outlining specific steps all public-facing businesses should take to contain and limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), all Kentucky Performing Arts venues are temporarily closed.