Sweeney Todd at Lunt-Fontanne Theatre

Sweeney Todd Tickets

Lunt-fontanne Theatre | New York, New York

Sweeney Todd

This winter, you have the fortune to experience the most unsettling Broadway musical ever written. Sweeney Todd is making its way to New York, New York for a highly-anticipated return! Immerse yourselves in the story of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street in this dazzling musical that is sure to keep you up at night. With a fantastic score by the reinventor of American musicals Stephen Soundheim, this Broadway production has turned out to be a Tony Award-winning production.

Sweeney Todd will play at the well-loved Lunt-fontanne Theatre on Friday 1st December 2023. Be ready to experience the frightful Sweeney Todd which features a 26-player orchestra. The production also includes haunting tracks such as “A Little Priest.” Now, we compel you to call your friends and family to tell them you are all going to see Sweeney Todd this winter!

Save your spots to this exciting Broadway production before it’s too late. Click ‘GET TICKETS’ to proceed with your purchase - you need to see this show!

Contemplating how much faith you can put in the man who shaves so close to your throat? Find out the solution at the Lunt-fontanne Theatre on Friday 1st December 2023 as Sweeney Todd returns in full-scale grandeur, over forty years after its global premiere!
“Exquisitely sung, profoundly emotional, and strangely amusing. Sondheim’s masterpiece, brought back to its correct proportions, welcomes a much-anticipated comeback to Broadway.” - The New York Times.

Observe the charmingly deranged partnership among the retaliatory Sweeney Todd and the animated shopkeeper Mrs. Lovett. Located in the depths of a ominous London, this dramatic thriller narrates a comical yet darkly Victorian story of relatives, homicide, class disparity, and dubious little pastry shops.

Guided by the director of Hamilton, Thomas Kail, this renewed music production reintroduces Hugh Wheeler’s Tony Award-winning book and esteemed composer Stephen Sondheim’s initial music. It also includes the prize-winning choreography by Steven Hoggett and other creative talents, including Mimi Lien (Scenes), Emilio Sosa (Costumes), Natasha Katz (Lighting), Nevin Steinberg (Sound), J. Jared Janas (Wig, Hair & Makeup), and Jeremy Chernick (Special effects).

Thanks to the impressive 26-piece orchestration by Jonathan Tunick and musical supervision by Alex Lacamoire, viewers can savor fresh yet loyal interpretations of Sondheim’s well-known hits such as “A Little Priest,” “Pirelli’s Miracle Elixir” and “The Worst Pies in London.”

In an earlier earlier conversation with main actor Josh Groban, he reminisces about his time playing the role of the central barber.

“… for me the most interesting aspect of Sweeney Todd was the oppositions: the lovely score matched with the sinisterly amusing content, the gloomy storyline. There’s such a juxtaposition of elegance and grimness in the part, combined with some of the most extraordinary songs and poetry ever composed. It truly is nothing less than a masterpiece to act, regardless of the type.”

Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is one of Broadway’s most remarkable accomplishments in the record of musicals, consistently praised across its varied iterations by the Tony, Drama Desk, Olivier, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle award-giving institutions.

You’ll forever alter your outlook towards pies. Acquire your admission passes now for the Lunt-fontanne Theatre showing of Sweeney Todd on Friday 1st December 2023.

Sweeney Todd at Lunt-fontanne Theatre

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