Lunt-fontanne Theatre | New York, New York
Are you ready to attend the most unsettling Broadway musical ever produced? We definitely hope you are because the Tony Award-winning Sweeney Todd is having a highly-anticipated run in New York, New York! This unforgettable Broadway production is one you cannot miss!
The story of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street will be brought to life this winter in a marvelous musical production featuring the award-winning director Thomas Kail. Sweeney Todd features music and lyrics by the Tony Award-winner Stephen Soundheim and it includes terrifyingly outstanding songs such as “A Little Priest.” The production will go live at the famed Lunt-fontanne Theatre on Sunday 14th January 2024. Get ready to immerse yourselves in the horrifying yet moving story of Sweeney Todd.
Tickets to the critically acclaimed musical are available right now. Ensure your seats at the production by selecting your tickets as soon as you can before the show sells out!
So, what's the big deal about this play? Well, let us tell you! This is one of the most astounding stories ever told in the history of musicals. You see, there is this evil judge who lusts for the gorgeous wife of a London barber and transports him to Australia for a crime he did not do.
Returning after 15 years, calling himself Sweeney Todd, and going back to his old trade as a barber, the now-mad man vows to take revenge for his false incarceration, and this is where the narrative gets very intense. His razor does more than just shave; it kills! Yikes, you read that right: murder.
The bodies are eventually hurled down to Mrs. Lovett, who uses as a potent ingredient in her meat-pie shop and sells them to unknowing London customers. Though many fall to his blade, Sweeney's thirst for blood will not be fulfilled until he slits the judge's throat.
This play has everything going for it. From a fantastic story to the most beautiful visuals and props the world has ever seen. You can count on this one for the best time ever, but unfortunately, like anything this great, there is always a downside: tickets are selling out very quick. To avoid missing out on the show of this winter, grab yours right here and now before it is too late.