Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting Tickets

Final performance May 29th

This show is closed.

Tickets at Broadhurst Theatre

Named after the English-born playwright George H. Broadhurst, the theater opened in 1917 with George Bernard Shaw's Misalliance. It was designed by Herbert J. Krapp and offers 1,115 seats with no obstructed views.

The theater resides next to the Shubert Theatre and is owned by the same organization. As a venue made for musicals and plays, it has handled both with ease through its duration.


235 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Broadhurst Theatre

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About Tuck Everlasting on Broadway


Broadhurst Theatre
235 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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2 hours and 15 minutes (with 1 intermission)


Ages 4+


March 31, 2016


April 26, 2016


May 29, 2016

Video and Photos for Tuck Everlasting

Story for Tuck Everlasting

When Winnie Foster discovers the magical secret of the Tuck family, she embarks on an extraordinary adventure that will change her life forever. Take a journey you’ll never forget in this daring new Broadway musical about love, family and living life to the fullest.

Critics’ Reviews for Tuck Everlasting

"Family-friendly musicals on Broadway generally come in just one flavor: flashy. Enter "Tuck Everlasting," a warm-spirited and piercingly touching musical that has nothing flashy or splashy about it..."

Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

""Tuck Everlasting," the new musical that deals with eternal life, has wisely been put in the hands of someone whose work on Broadway never seems to die -- director Casey Nicholaw..."

Mark Kennedy, Associated Press

"Lewis is all the things you'd want in a young protagonist, and her Winnie has got an edge...Keenan-Bolger, the energetic performer with his hands in any multitude of entertainment projects...is charismatic as a figure with the impulses of a 17-year-old, who is nonetheless over 100 years old."

Robert Kahn, NBC New York