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ASU Gammage announces its 2019-20 Broadway season

The new season brings Broadway hits like The Lion King, Mean Girls and Anastasia

3 - Lila Coogan (Anya) and the company of the National Tour of ANASTASIA. Photo by Evan Zimmerman, MurphyMade..jpg

Lila Coogan plays Anya in Anastasia in New York City, New York on Monday, Oct. 8, 2019.

Musical theatre junkies, drama fans and more are preparing for the 2019-20 Desert Financial Broadway Across America-Arizona season, which is bringing a combination of Tony Award-winning shows, Valley premieres and Broadway sensations to ASU Gammage

The 2019-20 performances were announced last night at ASU Gammage's annual season announcement event.

The productions will feature 10 shows, with a variety of critically acclaimed productions, including Broadway hits Mean Girls, Anastasia, Fiddler on the Roof and more.  

The productions of Blue Man Group, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical and The Lion King are not included in the season package, and will have special ticket pricing. 

“We have some big Tempe premieres headed our way next season that you do not want to miss,” Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, executive director of ASU Gammage and ASU vice president for cultural affairs, said in a statement released by ASU Gammage.

"Broadway is booming around the world and right here at ASU Gammage," she said in the statement. We’re connecting the community to live theater experiences many will never forget."

The season will open with Miss Saigon, a musical by the creators of Tony Award winning musical Les Misérables, on Sept. 24 and run until Sept. 29. 

Current season ticket holders are able to renew their subscriptions now, and those who want to purchase a subscription for the upcoming season can do so May 13, according to a statement released by Gammage. 

Season subscriptions, when available, will begin at $195, and will include seven shows, according to the statement. 

Subscriptions can be purchased on Gammage's website

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