New York, New York Will Launch Tour in January 2025

Producers Sonia Friedman and Tom Kirdahy announced that broadway musical New York, New York will launch a North American tour in January 2025. The tour will begin in a New York State city that will be announced at a later date.

Earl M. Rauch wrote the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Motion Picture “New York, New York,” which inspired the creation of the new musical. The musical follows a group of New Yorkers who come together to chase their dreams of music, money, and love. The broadway musical promises to be as spectacular as the city itself. If they can make it there, they’ll make it anywhere.

New York, New York, hailed by Vogue, Variety, Entertainment Weekly, and The Wall Street Journal, is a rhapsodic love letter to the city. A dazzling, energetic performance, the broadway musical emphasizes the image of New York as the dream-chasing capitol of the world.

New York, New York has garnered 9 Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical. Additionally, 6 Drama Desk Award nominations, 4 Drama League Award nominations including Best Musical, and 3 Chita Rivera Award nominations. Composer John Kander received the 2023 Tony for Lifetime Achievement in Theatre and Lifetime Achievement Award from the Chita Rivera Awards. Furthermore, New York, New York won Outer Critics Circle Awards for Outstanding Choreography and Outstanding Scenic Design of a Play or Musical.

The broadway musical will feature music and lyrics by Tony, Emmy, and Grammy Award winners and Acadamcy Award nominees John Kander and Fred Ebb. Additionally, New York, New York features scenic design by Tony and 2023 Outer Critics Circle Award winner and Tony Award nominee Beowulf Boritt. Tony and Emmy winners and nominees oversee costume, lighting, sound, projection, and other production aspects.

Cities and tour dates along with casting and other information, will be announced later.

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