Longacre Theatre | New York, New York
The biggest Broadway musical show is coming up Longacre Theatre in New York, New York and this is your chance to see this astounding and successful play. So make sure you buy your tickets today, so you can watch Leopoldstadt on Tuesday 28th March 2023. You and your fellow Broadway lovers will be at the edge of your seats as you see popular performers command the stage for one of the most riveting and thoughtful musicals of this spring! But don’t blink, or you’ll miss out on the iconic set and costume design made by the best designers in the industry. Best of all, guests will be treated by a captivating musical score composed and written by mythic composers and songwriters. It’s the richest blend of talent to make your Broadway viewing experience astounding and unrivaled. Tickets are still ready to order but supplies are running out so skip the line via this website, so you don’t miss out. Click the buy tickets button below and can order your tickets to see Leopoldstadt live at Longacre Theatre in New York, New York on Tuesday 28th March 2023!
The tale of Leopoldstadt takes place in an area of Vienna that was full of Jews at the start of the 20th century. As the story unravels we find a affluent Jewish family who escaped the troubles in Eastern Europe. Most people can't even fathom how much effort was put into this play, Sir Tom Stoppard worked on it for over a year and spent even more than that coming up with the idea. Critics adore it so much that Lloyd Evans of The Spectator said, "It will be remembered as Tom Stoppard's Schindler's List." Others have spoken amazing words like "Brilliant and beautiful, a masterpiece" by Deadline, "Ranks among Mr. Stoppard's best works," and "an inexpressibly moving, majestic play" by The Wall Street Journal. This drama has it all wrapped up into one outstanding piece that will move you to feel and think a lot of different things in one go. This pretty awe-inspiring success has everything you could want for a fun night out, and this production is very likely to be Sir Stoppard's last play given his advancing age and the sheer amount difficulty it takes to make one. You really don't want to miss out on this brilliant piece of work, and tickets are limited. Be sure to grab yours from our site, right here.