Neil Simon Theatre | New York City, New York
We have all heard about the King of Pop, but what do you really know about him? Well MJ, the production will reveal all. It is focused around his Dangerous World Tour and once you have finished the show, you will have a totally opposing understanding about him. Like everything MJ, this musical will have some of the most dazzling visuals ever and of course, that unique blend of pzazz that MJ exhibited. Something this good only comes around once, and you have to be at Neil Simon Theatre on Friday 31st March 2023 to really appreciate it, but be warned, tickets are in limited supply so be sure to get yours now.
He is definitely one of the most accomplished performers in history. The one-of-a-kind and incredible creativity of Michael Jackson is being celebrated in a brand-new theatrical production on Broadway. MJ, which goes beyond the star's distinctive moves and sound to offer a sneak peek into the dedication to art and teamwork that helped accelerate Jackson to cult hero status, focuses on the 1992 Dangerous World Tour. Christopher Wheeldon, who won the Tony Award for directing and choreography, is the administrator of MJ and Lynn Nottage, who won the Pulitzer Prize for drama, is the author of the book that inspired MJ.
You will go away from the show with a unique outlook on Michael Jackson's life, and that alone makes it well worth your time to check out this presentation. You will be left stunned by the amazing visuals as versions of the King of Pop's music, which includes 25 of his best-selling songs, such as "Beat It," "Billie Jean," and "Thriller." It is going to be a night that will have you rocking left and right all the way through.
When it comes to a production of this amplitude, there is no question that tickets will sell out very quickly, particularly when there is such an unparalleled cast and such an incredibly beautiful stage design. This is your very last opportunity to get a place. Ensure that you snap up them right this second before it is too late to do so.