Spring Awakening Tickets

Spring Awakening is the story of two star-crossed lovers: the brave and brilliant Melchior and a beautiful, young, deaf girl named Wendla. The musical follows this turn of the century Romeo and Juliet as they learn how to communicate, and how to love, in a world that’s trying to keep them apart.

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About Spring Awakening - On Broadway

Show Info

Sep 8, 2015
Sep 27, 2015
Jan 24, 2016

Spring Awakening Reviews

A first-rate production of a transporting musical.
Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
Revelatory and moving. An original all its own.
Linda Weiner, Newsday
Electrifying and exhilarating! A sheer triumph.
Mark Kennedy, Associated Press


Deaf West’s production of Spring Awakening floored the critics when it premiered in California, prompting the Los Angeles Times to write, “It's hard to enumerate all the ways in which Deaf West's Spring Awakening is so very, very good.” Now this unapologetically brilliant new production is coming to New York.

When it debuted on Broadway, Spring Awakening’s raw and honest portrayal of youth in revolt shattered expectations of what a musical could do, earning it 8 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Book (for writer, Steven Sater) and Best Score (for composer, Duncan Sheik). Deaf West’s innovative new production takes this already revolutionary musical to electrifying new heights by choreographing sign language into the production, intensifying the rift between the lost and longing teenagers and the adults who refuse to hear them. Directed by Michael Arden and starring Golden Globe and Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin (Children of a Lesser God), Deaf West’s Spring Awakening is full of knockout performances, explosive music and soul-stirring emotion, but it’s only on Broadway through January 9.

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