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Tickets at Stephen Sondheim Theatre
One of Roundabout Theatre's locations. Originally the Henry Miller's Theatre which hosted Cabaret (before Studio 54). The Stephen Sondheim Theatre is the first LEED-certified Broadway theatre, which is a huge advancement for environmentally sustainable design for theaters.
New York, NY 10036
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Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Discount Tickets
About Beautiful: The Carole King Musical on Broadway
New York, NY 10036
Story for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
For five years, BEAUTIFUL, the Tony® and Grammy® Award-winning Carole King musical, has thrilled Broadway with the inspiring true story of one woman’s remarkable journey from teenage songwriter to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
From the string of pop classics she wrote for the biggest acts in music to her own life-changing, chart-busting success with Tapestry, BEAUTIFUL takes you back to where it all began – and takes you on the ride of a lifetime.
Featuring over two dozen pop classics, including “You’ve Got a Friend,” “One Fine Day,” “Up on the Roof,” “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling,” “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” and “Natural Woman,” this crowd-pleasing international phenomenon is filled with the songs you remember – and a story you’ll never forget.
Critics’ Reviews for Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
"Mueller's portrayal of King - far and away the best reason to see Beautiful, which opened Sunday at Broadway's Stephen Sondheim Theatre - is at once an affirmation of those virtues and a revelation."
"Even if you haven't memorized the King songbook, you will leave the Stephen Sondheim Theatre humming."
"The new Broadway show emerges as a slick and joyous celebration of female empowerment. It also boasts a winning central performance by Jessie Mueller as the shy Jewish girl from Brooklyn who only gradually comes into her own as a headlining voice of a generation."