Broadway in Cincinnati Announces Rescheduled Performances for 2021-2022 Season

This season, Cincinnati theatre enthusiasts will enjoy "Hamilton," "Hairspray," "Wicked" and more at the Aronoff Center for the Arts.

Elijah Malcomb, Joseph Morales, Kyle Scatliffe, Fergie L. Philippe and Company in megahit Hip-Hop musical "Hamilton"
Elijah Malcomb, Joseph Morales, Kyle Scatliffe, Fergie L. Philippe and Company in megahit Hip-Hop musical "Hamilton"

All of the Broadway in Cincinnati touring productions initially announced for 2020-2021 and then postponed have been rescheduled for engagements at the Aronoff Center for the Arts, starting in September 2021.

Added to the schedule of eight shows is a three-week run of the ever-popular Wizard of Oz musical, Wicked, slated for Nov. 17-Dec. 5, 2021.

Here’s the rundown of the other shows that are expected:

The Band’s Visit, Sept. 14-19 – the 2019 Tony Award winner about an Egyptian police band stranded for a night in a remote Israeli settlement.

Pretty Woman: The Musical, Oct. 12-24 – the 2018 remake of the 1990 film starring Julia Roberts.

Hairspray, Jan. 4-9, 2022 – the tuneful, upbeat 2003 Tony Award winner about a teen dance competition in the 1960s.

My Fair Lady, Feb. 8-20, 2022 – Lerner & Loewe’s beloved classic about a Cockney flower girl transformed into a posh lady.

Ain’t Too Proud, March 15-27, 2022 – the story of Motown’s Temptations.

Disney’s Frozen, April 20-May 1, 2022 – the stage adaptation of the animated feature inspired by a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale.

To Kill a Mockingbird, May 31-June 12 – the stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1960 novel about racial inequality in 1936 Alabama.

Hamilton, Sept. 6-Oct. 2, 2022 – Lin-Manuel Miranda’s megahit Hip-Hop musical about America’s Founding Fathers, winner of eleven 2016 Tony Awards.

Of course, these dates remain tentative as the battle with Covid-19 continues. Broadway in Cincinnati cautions that there could be unforeseen scheduling changes if any productions need to be rescheduled or canceled. It also emphasizes that its priority is the health and well-being of artists, crew, staff and audiences; the presenter and Cincinnati Arts Association are working with local and state health authorities on a health and safety plan that follows local, state, and federal guidelines to responsibly welcome the public to performances.

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