The Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts has announced the lineup for the 2023-3024 First Bank Broadway series.
This is the third Broadway series at The Tanger and has been named “Simply the Best.”
The upcoming Broadway series will begin with Chicago on Sept. 19 and that show will run through Sept. 24.
The other shows in the series are:
Disney’s Aladdin: Oct. 31-Nov. 5, 2023
Hadestown: Feb. 13- 18, 2024
Six, March 5-10, 2024
Tina – The Tina Turner Musical: March 26- 31, 2024
Moulin Rouge! The Musical: April 16- 28, 2024
Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird: May 14-19, 2024
In addition to the seven Broadway shows, the season will feature two special add-ons that are currently only available to Broadway Season Seat Members.
Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Nov. 21-26, 2023
My Fair Lady: Jan. 26-28, 2024
Coliseum Managing Director Matt Brown in the press release said, “Our third Broadway season promised to be our most spectacular season to date. Our partners at Nederlander and PFM have delivered an incredible lineup of acclaimed award-winning shows. Our first two Broadway seasons have generated record-setting numbers and we expect to exceed those numbers in season three.”
Executive Vice President of the Nederlander Organization Nick Scandalios said, “We are excited to bring this extraordinary third Broadway season to the Triad. After two outstanding seasons, we are thankful to the Triad community for their support and the ability to continue bringing the best of Broadway to the Tanger Center.”
First Bank’s Chief Banking Officer Adam Currie said, “We have had such a wonderful experience partnering with the Tanger Center to bring the First Bank Broadway series to Greensboro and we are very excited about the next installment of exciting shows. Continuing to show our support of the arts in the Triad and surrounding communities is important to us and who we are as a North Carolina-based bank. We’re excited for the new season.”
Broadway Season memberships will go on sale to the public on Tuesday May 23 at 10 a.m. at FirstBankBroadway.com.
Great Line Up of Shows!!
If they’re attracting so many wonderful shows and so many people why do they want more tax money to help support their facility?
Great, more has been shows, people are crazy to spend a bunch of money to see them. These attractions are no better than going to a traveling circus or fair.