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The Best Broadway Shows to See in June 2024

Last updated June 18, 2024 by Staff
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Awards season is upon us! The 2024 Tony Awards take place on June 16 and now is the perfect time to catch one of the many nominated plays and musicals

This month, the Broadway revival of Samm-Art Williams' Home celebrates its opening night, a new Aladdin steps into the musical's title role and Alan Mingo Jr. returns to The Wiz. Don't miss our Best Shows Coming to Broadway in 2024 guide for a full list of what's on deck!

Here is your complete guide to the best shows on the Broadway boards in June of 2024.

What You'll Learn About

Broadway's Best Selling Shows

The Top 10 best selling shows currently playing on Broadway. For a deeper look, check out our complete breakdown of Broadway's Best Selling Shows.

1 The Lion King
2 Wicked
3 Hamilton
4 Cabaret
5 Merrily We Roll Along
6 Hell's Kitchen
7 The Wiz
8 Aladdin
9 An Enemy of the People
10 MJ The Musical

Based on gross sales for performances during the week ending June 16, 2024. Check out our complete list of Broadway's Best Selling Shows.

Top Tony-Nominated Shows

The best of the 2023-2024 Broadway season has been recognized with Tony Award nominations. Here's the shows that topped the list of nominees!

Hell's Kitchen

Best Musical
Best Leading Actress in a Musical - Maleah Joi Moon
Best Featured Actor in a Musical - Brandon Victor Dixon
Best Featured Actress in a Musical - Shoshana Bean
Best Featured Actress in a Musical - Kecia Lewis
Best Director of a Musical - Michael Greif
Best Choreography - Camille A. Brown
Best Book of a Musical - Kristoffer Diaz

A new musical inspired by the life of, and featuring music and lyrics by, 16-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys. Follow Ali as she steps out of her New York City apartment and finds the world.


Best Play 
Best Featured Actor in a Play - Will Brill
Best Featured Actor in a Play - Eli Gelb
Best Featured Actor in a Play - Tom Pecinka
Best Featured Actress in a Play - Juliana Canfield
Best Featured Actress in a Play - Sarah Pidgeon
Best Director of a Play - Daniel Aukin
Best Original Score - Will Butler

Featuring original music from Arcade Fire's Will Butler and set in a recording studio in 1976, Stereophonic mines the agony and the ecstasy of creation as it zooms in on an up-and-coming rock band as they teeter on the cusp of superstardom.

The Outsiders

Best Musical 
Best Leading Actor in a Musical - Brody Grant
Best Featured Actor in a Musical - Joshua Boone
Best Featured Actor in a Musical - Sky-Lakota Lynch
Best Director of a Musical - Danya Taymor
Best Choreography - Rick Kuperman and Jeff Kuperman
Best Book of a Musical - Adam Rapp and Justin Levine
Best Original Score - Jamestown Revival (Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance) and Justin Levine

Oklahoma comes to Broadway as Ponyboy and the gang take the stage in a thrilling new musical that explores the timeless themes of chosen family and more that have kept both S.E. Hinton’s novel and Francis Ford Coppola’s motion picture classics for decades.

Find out everything you need to know about the 2024 Tony nominees.

Best Broadway Shows, From Screen to Stage

It can be a blast to see classic movies, and their legendary characters, come to life on stage! Here's a selection of film faves that have made their way to Broadway.

For a full list of shows that have been adapted from movies, head to our Best Broadway Shows, From Screen to Stage guide.

The Notebook

Page, screen, stage! Allie and Noah arrive on Broadway in the musical adaptation of The Notebook, based on Nicholas Sparks' 1996 best-selling novel and the 2004 motion picture of the same name. Featuring a score by Ingrid Michaelson, the new musical comes to New York following an acclaimed world premiere in Chicago. 

Allie and Noah hold each other in the rain
Jordan Tyson and John Cardoza in The Notebook
(Photo: Julieta Cervantes)

Back to the Future

This is heavy! Back to the Future has made its way to the stage in a high-voltage adaptation by the film’s creators Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis. When Marty McFly finds himself transported back to 1955 in a time machine built by the eccentric scientist Doc Brown, he accidentally changes the course of history. Now he’s in a race against time to fix the present, escape the past and send himself... back to the future.

Roger Bart as Doc Brown and Casey Likes as Marty McFly in Back to the Future
Roger Bart and Casey Likes in Back to the Future
(Photo: Matthew Murphy and Evan Zimmerman)


Get ready for some razzle dazzle! Though Kander and Ebb's classic musical originated on stage, Chicago was brought to the screen in 2002 in an adaptation that went on to win six Academy Awards, bringing the story to an even wider audience. The tale of Vaudevillian murderesses Roxie and Velma is still going strong, having just celebrated its 27th year on Broadway!

The cast of Chicago vogues while staring straight
The cast of Chicago
(Photo: Jeremy Daniel)

Best Plays on Broadway: Star-Studded Casts

There is something special about watching established Hollywood stars performing live in front of an audience. Catch these starry dramas before they close at the end of the month!

We maintain a complete guide to Celebrities on the Stage. Also, check out our Complete List of Broadway Plays for everything playing on and off Broadway.

An Enemy of the People

Succession's Jeremy Strong and White Lotus' Michael Imperioli star in Amy Herzog’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s moral battle between a lone truth teller and a society desperate for self-preservation. Closes June 23.


Emmy, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award winner Sarah Paulson leads the cast of Branden Jacobs-Jenkin's darkly comic family drama, which tells the story of the Lafayette family as they return to their patriarch’s Arkansas home to deal with the remains of his estate. Closes June 30.  

Mary Jane

Best known for beloved roles in The Notebook, Mean Girls and more, Rachel McAdams makes her Broadway debut in Amy Herzog's new play about a single mother who, when faced with a slew of challenges in raising her chronically ill young son, relies on optimism, humor and the wisdom of women around her to tackle each new day. Closes June 30.  

Best Broadway Shows for Kids

For a complete breakdown of age-appropriate shows and what you can expect when attending, check out our Best Broadway Shows For Kids in 2024 guide.

Below are the official age recommendations issued by the producers of each show.

Ages 10+


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