MJ – The Life Story of Michael Jackson at Neil Simon Theatre

MJ - The Life Story of Michael Jackson Tickets

Neil Simon Theatre | New York City, New York

MJ the musical will be coming to Neil Simon Theatre on Wednesday 19th July 2023 and what a show it is going to be. The organization behind the show has done an awesome job at recreating the King of Pop’s life – so much so that it has received rave reviews. The set design is absolutely stunning and the music will leave you with a new appreciation of MJ. Like all things MJ, tickets for this production will sell out very fast but we’ve got your back! You can grab yours here but you got to get them today!.

MJ - The Life Story of Michael Jackson at Neil Simon Theatre

The theater show MJ is based on a memoir written by Lynn Nottage, who has won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice, as well as a combination of Michael Jackson's popular songs. This show based on the "King of Pop" has been performed on Broadway to huge applause. The musical's score will include 25 of Michael Jackson's most famous songs, such as "Beat It," "Billie Jean," and "Thriller." The global tour that Michael Jackson performed in 1992 under the moniker "Dangerous" is used as the musical’s story line to give an in-depth look at Jackson's creative work and all the major events that occurred during his career, beginning with his time in The Jackson 5 and proceeding through his solo success. This production has been nominated for a remarkable ten Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Leading Actor in a Musical for Myles Frost, who is making his Broadway breakthrough as the pop singer in this show. Christopher Wheeldon was also considered for a Tony Award in both the director and choreography categories.

Because the screenplay is so excellent and the set design is a marvel to behold, there is every chance that tickets will go quickly. You honestly only have this one opportunity to buy your seat before someone else gets it. Get yours, right here.

MJ - The Life Story of Michael Jackson at Neil Simon Theatre

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