Lempicka (Broadway, Longacre Theatre, 2024) | Playbill



One of the world’s greatest artists deserves the world’s biggest stage: LEMPICKA comes to Broadway, following critically acclaimed, sold-out runs at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and the La Jolla Playhouse. From the Tony Award®-winning director of HADESTOWN and starring Eden Espinosa, this New York Times Critic’s Pick is a sweeping musical portrait of a woman who changed art and culture forever.

Spanning decades of political and personal turmoil and told through a thrilling, pop-infused score, LEMPICKA boldly explores the contradictions of a world in crisis, a woman ahead of her era, and an artist whose time has finally come.

SYNOPSIS: Fleeing the Russian revolution and leaving behind a world of opulence and wealth, aristocrat Tamara de Lempicka and her beloved husband Tadeusz are forced to make a new life. In the rising tide of fascism, Tamara takes to painting to survive, and when she meets the free-spirited Rafaela, a prostitute on the fringes of Parisian society, she’s torn between the life she cherishes with her husband and the passion, ambition, and possibility awoken in her by her new muse. Inspired by the life of the artist who transformed herself from penniless refugee to star of the art world when the world itself teetered on chaos, Lempicka looks at the beauty and danger of one painter pursuing it all.

April 16–28: Tuesday @7pm, Wednesday @1pm and 7pm, Thursday @7pm, Friday @7pm, Saturday @1pm and 7pm, Sunday @2pm

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(as of Apr 7, 2024) Total Current Gross: $1,170,231.30 Highest Weekly Gross: $416,615.55 (Week Ending Mar 31, 2024)   Average Ticket Price: $60.17 Average % Capacity: 93.23%


Week Ending Week Number This Week Gross Potential Gross Diff $ Avg Ticket Top Ticket Seats Sold Seats in Theatre Perfs Previews % Cap This Week Diff % cap
Apr 7, 2024 46 $357,756.90 -$58,858.65 $56.11 $248.00 6,376 1,047 0 7 87.00% -9.41%
Mar 31, 2024 45 $416,615.55 $20,756.70 $58.96 $248.00 7,066 1,047 0 7 96.41% 0.12%

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