The touring Broadway industry is planning on making its return to the theatre later this year with safety as its top priority. The Hippodrome Theatre and the team at Broadway Across America have been collaborating with Broadway producers to relaunch shows and reroute touring schedules throughout North America. The Hippodrome is thrilled to announce that seven of the eight previously announced shows have been rescheduled beginning in the fall of 2021.
The season includes Hamilton, Mean Girls, Dear Evan Hansen, Tootsie, Pretty Woman: The Musical, Hairspray, Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations and The Prom. Unfortunately, To Kill a Mockingbird could not be rescheduled into the current season but will make its Baltimore premiere in a future season.
The updated Hippodrome Broadway Series schedule can be found below.
- Pretty Woman: The Musical September 28-October 3, 2021
- Tootsie December 14-19, 2021
- The Prom January 18-23, 2022
- Dear Evan Hansen March 15-20, 2022
- Ain’t Too Proud May 3-8, 2022
- Hairspray June 14-19, 2022
- Mean Girls July 12-17, 2022
- Hamilton October 4-30, 2022
The following show from the 2019/20 season is rescheduled and available as a season option to subscribers:
- Summer: The Donna Summer Musical February 15-20, 2022
New 8-Show Subscription packages are currently on sale now. Patrons can purchase a subscription package by calling the subscriber services line directly at 800-343-3103, (M-F, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.), by visiting BaltimoreHippodrome.com/season or contacting Service@BaltimoreHippodrome.com. A four-part payment plan is available. Additionally, groups of 10 or more should contact BaltimoreGroups@broadwayacrossamerica.com.
“We’re excited to announce rescheduled dates as we look forward to Broadway returning to the Hippodrome Theatre,” said Ron Legler, president of The Hippodrome Theatre. “We want to thank our subscribers and patrons for their dedication and patience over the past several months. We all look forward to spending an evening with friends and family in the theatre, enjoying a nice dinner and simply contributing to the vibrancy and vitality of our amazing city.”
Legler also added that the theatre will continue to follow health and safety guidelines and will be prepared for any unforeseen scheduling changes.
Season Ticketholders for the previously announced shows will retain their same seats in corresponding performances for the rescheduled engagements. Subscribers can log into their account to confirm the date and time of their tickets.
The health and well-being of our audiences, casts, crew and staff remains a top priority. The Hippodrome Theatre is actively working in collaboration with state and local government officials to re-open following local, state and federal health guidelines. If The Hippodrome Theatre needs to cancel any performance this season at any time for any reason – the VALUE of your tickets is SAFE. If you have paid in full, you will receive a credit, refund or be able to donate the value of your tickets. If you have a payment plan, the value will be applied to the remaining payments on your account.
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