Playbill's New Cover to Cover: Broadway Opening Nights Puts the Entire 2023–2024 Broadway Season in 1 Playbill | Playbill

Book News Playbill's New Cover to Cover: Broadway Opening Nights Puts the Entire 2023–2024 Broadway Season in 1 Playbill

The new release is exclusively available via The Playbill Store.

With the 77th Annual Tony Awards on the horizon—winners will be named June 16—Playbill is looking back at the 2023–2024 Broadway season with Cover to Cover: Broadway Opening Nights. Pre-orders for the new offering are exclusively available via The Playbill Store, with orders due to ship in early June.

An inaugural offering for this season, this Playbill publication gathers every Playbill cover from every new show that opened this season in one Playbill-sized booklet, along with each production's title page.

The Broadway season is determined via Tony Awards eligibility. For the 2023–2024 season, dates ranged from April 27, 2023, to April 25, 2024. Thirty-nine shows opened during that time: Grey HouseOnce Upon a One More TimeJust for UsHere Lies LoveThe CottageBack to the Future: The MusicalThe Shark Is BrokenEl Mago PopPurlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotton PatchMelissa Etheridge: My WindowJaja’s African Hair BraidingMerrily We Roll AlongGutenberg! The Musical!I Need ThatHarmonySpamalotHow to Dance in OhioAppropriatePrayer for the French RepublicDays of Wine and RosesDoubt: A ParableThe NotebookAn Enemy of the PeopleWater for ElephantsThe Who's TommyThe OutsidersLempickaThe WizSuffsStereophonicHell's KitchenCabaret at the Kit Kat ClubThe Heart of Rock and RollPatriotsMary JaneIllinoiseUncle VanyaThe Great Gatsby, and Mother Play.

And Cover to Cover isn't the only way Broadway fans can celebrate the season. Playbill also offers individual opening night Playbills for purchase, along with a special poster that includes all Playbill covers from the entire 2023–2024 Broadway season, including continuing long runners. Both are also Playbill Store exclusives.

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