Scranton Welcomes Broadway for Another Incredible Season
Catch classic shows at Scranton’s most iconic venue.
For some, seeing a real Broadway show is a bucket list item. For others, it’s a regular weekend adventure. Nevertheless, everyone should see a Broadway show at least once in their lifetime. Thanks to the good people at Broadway in Scranton, it’s never been easier. They’ve teamed up with some of the hottest shows to bring the Broadway theater experience directly to Scranton.
It’s never been easier to see it all, from riotous comedies and heartfelt coming of age tales to classic musicals and more. For 60 years, Broadway in Scranton has delivered popular pre and post Broadway tours to downtown Scranton. And along with those shows, they’ve also brought in quite a few recognizable names.
Every year, Broadway in Scranton compiles an exciting season of at least six must-see shows. The season runs from October through May, and features critically-acclaimed, and often Tony Award-winning plays. Start a new tradition this season. Skip the long waits in the Lincoln Tunnel and get your Broadway fix right here in Scranton.
Broadway in Scranton 2019-2020 Season
A Bronx Tale
October 25-27, 2019
Transport back in time to the Bronx, the era of doo-wop, and the 1960s. Follow a young man as he navigates a world of cool mobsters, a tough, loving father and falling in love.
35th Anniversary Mannheim Steamroller Christmas
December 3, 2019
Don’t miss this favorite holiday tradition. For over 30 years, Mannheim Steamroller has delivered one of the most memorable Christmas concerts featuring classic holiday tunes and spectacular stage effects.
The Play That Goes Wrong
February 14 – 16, 2020
Think Monty Python meets Sherlock Holmes in this ridiculously hilarious show about a haphazardly produced play within a play.
Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story
March 20-22, 2020
Witness the tragic true story of one of the most beloved pioneers of rock n roll. Follow Buddy Holly’s unprecedented rise to stardom up until his untimely death less than two years later.
Fiddler on the Roof
April 24-26, 2020
Join Tevye, the poor Jewish milkman in pre-revolutionary Russia as his five daughters come of age in a quickly changing world. Family, traditions, beautiful songs and 10 Tony Awards mark this long-running Broadway favorite.
An American in Paris
May 29-31, 2020
Enjoy the classic sounds of Gershwin amidst an unforgettable story set in post-war Paris. Follow along as young idealists sing and dance their way through love and heartache.
Individual tickets for all of Broadway in Scranton’s performances are made available on specific release dates. Tickets may be purchased through Ticketmaster, through Broadway in Scranton by phone, or at the Scranton Cultural Center Box Office.
Group tickets are also available. With a deposit of $100 and a minimum of 10 guests, groups are welcome to reserve seats in advance of specified ticket release dates. Group tickets offer a discount of up to 10% on most of the season’s shows. Group tickets must be purchased by calling 570-342-7784.
The best seats in the house.
Broadway in Scranton also offers season tickets. For one price, you can enjoy the entire season of performances. Subscribers enjoy the following exclusive benefits:
Choose your seat(s) – you’ll get the opportunity to pick your seats and the right to renew them at the end of the season.
Free Ticket Exchange – Can’t make it to your original chosen date? Exchange your tickets for another performance (best available basis) at no additional charge.
Priority Ordering – Learn about special events before anyone else, and get advance purchase privileges.
Family & Friends Tickets – Enjoy the opportunity to order extra tickets before they go on sale to the public.
Convenience – Pay once and have your tickets for all of the season’s shows.
Free Lost Ticket Insurance –
Enjoy 4 Different Price Levels – Pricing varies depending on quality of seat selection:
Level 1 — $375
Level 2 — $325
Level 3 — $275
Level 4 — $200
Make a Night Of It
You bought the tickets. You got a little dressed up. You might as well make the most of it.
Downtown Scranton is bustling with weekend activity. Plan your night at the theater with some pre- or post show fun, or maybe a little bit of both. Within walking distance of the Cultural Center, you’ll find a variety of local restaurants, coffee shops and pubs.
Stop by any of these partnering hotspots. Show your ticket stub for that night’s performance, and enjoy a generous 10% discount.
Broadway in Scranton Discount Restaurant Partners