Here Are All the Musicals Coming to Playhouse Square for the 2019-2020 Broadway Series Season

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The 2019-2020 KeyBank Broadway Series lineup is here, and while it's too bad that Hamilton can't come to Cleveland once again, there are still plenty of reason to sit back and enjoy the show.

Revealed at the annual Broadway Launch Party last night, the roster coming to Playhouse Square in October includes seven hit musicals, with each production running for three weeks.



Even though we already knew Frozen was coming, the rest of the list was still a mystery. What follows is a mix of brand new musicals fresh from Broadway, as well as classic favorites:

Oct. 8-27 Summer: The Donna Summer Musical
Nov. 5-24 The Band's Visit (won the 2018 Tony for Best Musical)
Dec. 3-22 Mean Girls
Feb. 4-23 Anastasia
March 10-29 Jesus Christ Superstar (celebrating its 50th Anniversary)
April 28-May 17 My Fair Lady
July 15-Aug. 16 Frozen



Season Tickets range from $100 to $690 and can purchase them at playhousesquare.org/broadway or by calling 216-640-8800.

Watch the entire announcement party right here

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