MJ – The Musical at Neil Simon Theatre

MJ - The Musical Tickets

Neil Simon Theatre | New York, New York

MJ - The Musical

Audiences around the world have been waiting a long time for this one, and it is finally coming to Neil Simon Theatre on Saturday 20th April 2024. This theater production will show MJ’s story circled around his 1992 Dangerous World Tour. You will see his story in a brilliant way that will help you to see Michael in a totally different light. The visuals are absolutely dazzling and the costume design has MJ’s style ‘written’ all over it. MJ was a hard act to follow, but the production organization has done a fantastic job, so much so that tickets are quickly selling out, but we’ve got your back, buy yours right here and now.

The theater play MJ is based on a memoir written by Lynn Nottage, who has won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice, as well as a mix of Michael Jackson's signature music. This show based on the "King of Pop" has been performed on Broadway to critical acclaim. The musical's score will incorporate 25 of Michael Jackson's most famous songs, such as "Beat It," "Billie Jean," and "Thriller." The global tour that Michael Jackson completed in 1992 under the moniker "Dangerous" is used as the musical’s center to give audiences an in-depth look at Jackson's artistic efforts and all the major events that occurred during his career, beginning with his time in The Jackson 5 and going through his solo success. This production has been nominated for a record 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 writing is so outstanding and the set design is a marvel to behold, there is every chance that tickets will sell out fast. You honestly only have this one opportunity to purchase your seat before someone else gets it. Get yours, right here.

MJ - The Musical at Neil Simon Theatre


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