Sasson Gabay & Katrina Lenk in The Band’s Visit. Photo: Evan Zimmerman for MurphyMade.
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PNC Broadway In Louisville announced the 2019-2020 season last week, and it includes the six-time Tony Award-Winning Best Musical, Dear Evan Hansen and fresh from its initial Broadway run, the ten-time Tony Award-Winning Best Musical The Band’s Visit. Acclaimed playwright Terrence McNally provided the book for Anastasia, and the other shows rounding out the season will be, Come From Away, the acclaimed new production of Miss Saigon, the return of the classic rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar, and Disney’s The Lion King will be making a triumphant return.
2019-2020 Season Shows
Dear Evan Hansen, October 1-6, 2019
The Band’s Visit, December 3-8, 2019
Jesus Christ Superstar, January 7-12, 2020
Miss Saigon, February 11-16, 2020
Anastasia, March 17-22, 2020
Come From Away, May 5-10, 2020
Disney’s The Lion King October 30-November 17, 2019
PNC Broadway in Louisville shows typically run for one week at The Kentucky Center. Performance options are Tuesday through Thursday evenings at 7:30 pm, Friday evenings at 8:00 pm, Saturdays at 2:00 & 8:00 pm and Sundays at 1:00 & 6:30 pm. (All times are subject to change). An audio-described performance for the visually impaired is available on Saturday matinees and closed captioning is available Saturday evenings. Anyone requiring this service or accommodations for people with disabilities should request so when purchasing season tickets.
Only current subscribers can renew their season tickets at this time. Season tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday, March 28. People interested in purchasing as a new subscriber may sign up on the “Save the Date” list at broadwayinlouisville.com, which will notify them by email on March 28 when tickets are available. Pricing and payment information can be found online at Broadwayinlouisville.com or by calling the Group Sales Manager, Jenny Ward, at 502-569-3060.
Tickets for individual shows are not available at this time and typically go on sale to the general public 4-6 weeks prior to the opening of the show. For priority offers, updates, and news, join the Eclu