The 32nd year of Broadway in Boston just released its 2016-2017 season — and we couldn’t be more excited.

There are the classics — “The King and I” (April 11 to 23) and “Cabaret” (Jan. 31 to Feb. 12) — the beloved crowd-pleasers — “Jersey Boys” (Oct. 4 to 16) and “Wicked” (June 7 to July 23) — and a few ever-exciting wild cards — “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” (March 7 to 19), “Something Rotten!” (Jan. 17 to 29) and “Finding Neverland” (Aug. 8 to 20). 

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But perhaps most exciting of all: the national tour of buzziest show on Broadway, “Hamilton,” will be part of the 2017-2018 season, with dates to be announced at a later time. 

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Broadway in Boston, which will bring us “Matilda,” “The Sound of Music” and “If/Then” in the coming months, will continue to call the stage of the Boston Opera House home. The organization’s  Boston Vice President Tivon Marcus calls the upcoming season “magical,” noting “here is not a more exciting time than now to experience Broadway.” 

Ticket information and subscriptions for 2016-2017 are now available online at