The 2018-19 season of Broadway in Richmond kicks off with “Les Misérables” in October; features the Richmond premiere of “Waitress,” a musical with original music by Sara Bareilles; and concludes with “Something Rotten!” a musical comedy set in the year 1595.
“We are excited to celebrate our 10th Broadway season at the Altria Theater, bringing the best of Broadway to the Richmond community and our subscribers,” said Steve Traxler, president and co-founder of Jam Theatricals, in announcing the new season.
Here is the full lineup of productions:
“Les Misérables,” Oct. 23-28; “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer,” Nov. 23-25; “The Wizard of Oz,” Dec. 14-16; “Waitress,” Feb. 12-17; “The Book Of Mormon,” March 26-31; “Something Rotten! May 17-19; and an add-on show, “Mannheim Steamroller Christmas by Chip Davis,” Nov. 28.
Season tickets cost $220 to $495 and are on sale at www.BroadwayInRichmond.com, (800) 514-3849 and at Altria Theater and Dominion Energy Center box offices.
Sale dates for individual tickets have not yet been announced.