TPAC announces 2023-2024 Broadway season

The season opens with “Wicked” in mid-October.

Get ready to see your favorite Broadway production up on TPAC's marquee.

Get ready to see your favorite Broadway production up on TPAC’s marquee. | Photo by NASHtoday

It’s showtime! The Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s newly announced 2023-2024 Broadway season features eight productions, including six Nashville premieres and the return of classics “Wicked” and “Hairspray.” Here’s what’s coming to the stage:

🎭 Broadway shows

  • Wicked” | Oct. 11-29, 2023 | The “untold story of the witches of Oz” takes place before L. Frank Baum’s classic “Wizard of Oz” story ever began.
  • Mrs. Doubtfire” | Nov. 7-12, 2023 | This musical comedy — based on the 1993 film of the same name — follows out-of-work actor Daniel Hillard after he loses custody of his kids.
  • Funny Girl” | Jan. 2-7, 2024 | This bittersweet comedy follows the life and career of Fanny Brice, and features some of Broadway’s most memorable tunes, including “Don’t Rain on My Parade” and “I’m the Greatest Star.”
  • Girl from the North Country” | Jan. 30-Feb.4, 2024 | The production, which made its Broadway premiere in 2020, features 20 iconic Bob Dylan songs against the backdrop of Duluth, Minnesota during the Great Depression.
  • Tina - The Tina Turner Musical” | Feb. 13-18, 2024 | The show opens in Nutbush, Tennessee, where a young Tina Turner (born Anna Mae Bullock) is singing in church. The rest, of course, is history.
  • Beetlejuice” | March 12-17, 2024 | Based on the 1988 Tim Burton film, this musical promises to be “strange and unusual.”
  • Disney’s Frozen” | May 7-18, 2024 | Hear songs from the Oscar-winning film along with a dozen new tunes made for the stage.
  • Hairspray” | June 11-16, 2024 | Join Tracy Turnblad in 1960s Baltimore as she becomes an overnight celebrity and sets out to change the world.

The Cher Show” (Jan. 19-20) and “Annie” (March 27-30) will also visit TPAC in 2024 as special add-on presentations.

🎭 How to score tickets

Following record-setting season ticket sales this season, TPAC is anticipating another season of sold-out performancesso you’re probably wondering how to snag tickets. Season ticket holders can renew through Friday, March 3, and new season tickets will be available Monday, March 13. Single tickets will be on sale at a later date.

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