BROADWAY IS BACK!
ASU Gammage Announces Its 2021/2022 Season
Text by Tyler Phillips

Above: ASU Gammage 21/22 season tickets go on sale next Monday.  

After being shuttered for over a year, live shows will return to ASU Gammage starting in September. Earlier this week organizers announced that season tickets for the full eight-show lineup go on sale next Monday, May 10.

“Broadway is back! ASU Gammage is looking forward to opening its doors and reconnecting the community to Broadway and more,” Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, vice president of cultural affairs and executive director of ASU Gammage, said in an e-mail to subscribers.   

Above: Hamilton will kickoff the season at ASU Gammage. 

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Hamilton is kicking off the Broadway season at ASU Gammage this fall and we’ll be ready to welcome the tour and our patrons back to the theater,” Jennings-Roggensack added. “The best way to secure your seat to this extraordinary season is to become a season subscriber.”

Current season ticket subscriber tickets and seats will be transferred into the new series at the same cost, no further action is required.

Here’s the lineup for the 2021-2022 Broadway season at ASU Gammage:

Above: Hadestown will headline in April, 2022.

• Hamilton, September 8-October 3. The September 8 through 14 are reserved for season ticket subscribers only.

• Mean Girls, November 2-7. 

• My Fair Lady, December 7-12.

• The Band’s Visit, February 8-13, 2022.

• The Tim Allen Show, February 19, 2922. Although not part of the season subscription, tickets and pre-purchased parking to the 2020 show will be honored on the new date.

• Tootsie, March 15-20, 2022.

• Hadestown, April 19-24, 2022.

• Come from Away, June 14-19, 2022.

• The Lion King, July 7-31, 2022. This special option is not part of the season subscription.

• OKLAHOMA, October 18-23, 2022.

Note: The following shows have been cancelled: Bassem Yousseff, Disney’s Frozen, Jersey Boys, and To Kill a Mockingbird.

For more information, visit www.asugammage.com