Dallas Summer Musicals Announces Revised Broadway Season

André De Shields in Hadestown. Photo: Matthew Murphy.

Dallas Summer Musicals (DSM), in partnership with Broadway Across America (BAA), today announced the revised lineup of Broadway shows coming to Dallas in its next season, including the performance dates for the return engagement of Hamilton.

The new lineup is as follows:

WICKED (Season Option)
August 4 – September 5, 2021

October 19-31, 2021

November 16 – December 5, 2021

January 18-30, 2022 at the Winspear Opera House

RENT (Season Option)
February 18-20, 2022

March 8-20, 2022

April 5-17, 2022

May 3-15, 2022

May 31 – June 12, 2022 at the Winspear Opera House

Disney’s FROZEN
July 20 – August 7, 2022

Season tickets for the revised line-up are available now. For more information, patrons can visit DallasSummerMusicals.org or call 1 (866) 276-4884, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Current and new season subscribers will receive email communication from DSM with additional details, including how, at a future date, they will have priority access to secure their same subscription seats for Hamilton, and also purchase additional Hamilton tickets.

Currently, the only way to guarantee a ticket to Hamilton is to purchase a season ticket to the six-show Germania Insurance Broadway Series which launches in October with the Tony and Grammy Award®-winning true-life musical phenomenon Jersey Boys. The series continues with the winner of eight 2019 Tony Awards® including Best Musical, Hadestown; a mesmerizing new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar; the hilarious hit musical from an award-winning creative team, Mean Girls; the 2019 Tony Award®-winning Best Musical Revival Oklahoma! as you’ve never seen it before – reimagined for the 21st century; and the Tony®-nominated Best Musical from the producers of The Lion King and Aladdin, Disney’s Frozen.

Oklahoma! and Hadestown will be presented by Dallas Summer Musicals at the Winspear Opera House as part of its on-going collaboration with the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

Chronologically, DSM’s first show at the Music Hall will be the previously announced engagement of the Broadway sensation Wicked which is currently available as a season option for subscribers. Single tickets will go on sale at a future date.

Rent, previously rescheduled for 2021, will now play in 2022 and is currently available as a season option for subscribers. Single tickets are currently available for the newly rescheduled date.

Come From Away has been rescheduled from DSM’s 2019-2020 season to play the Music Hall in 2022, but it is not part of the 2021-2022 six-show season package. Single tickets are currently available for the newly rescheduled dates.

Tootsie, previously rescheduled to play in 2021, has been canceled and will no longer be included in the season.

“Broadway is coming back to Dallas in a big way. This is a massive season spanning an entire calendar year, and we can’t wait! Our announcement today is made with great optimism related to in-progress wide-spread COVID-19 vaccinations and the soon-to-come reopening of our in-person cultural economy. As the months progress, we will be closely monitoring the on-going health crisis while developing, adapting, and sharing safety protocols to ensure everyone’s safe return to live theatre,” said Ken Novice, President of Dallas Summer Musicals.

“Our new relationship with Germania Insurance is delicious icing on our Broadway cake,” continued Novice. “The entire DSM organization is honored that this industry leading, Texas-based company would attach its name to our annual Germania Insurance Broadway Series. Corporate leadership like this, especially in times of crisis, is what makes Texas great and what will keep the arts thriving.”

“In this time of crisis and isolation, the importance of the arts has become more central to our lives, whether we realize it or not,” Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Min Choi said. “Germania is proud to support such an integral part of the community and provide much-needed relief during this difficult time.”

Season subscribers avoid potential single ticket price increases closer to the show by reserving their seats now, and enjoy the privilege of priority ticket opportunities, lost ticket replacement, and exchange privileges on existing seats for select shows. On-sale dates for individual shows will be announced in the coming months. Group minimums start as low as 10 for select shows; groups can reserve seats now by calling (214) 426-4768 or emailing Groups@DallasSummerMusicals.org.

Subscribers can make the most of their season with CenterStage. CenterStage members receive exclusive perks tailored to enhance their experience at every performance while their tax-deductible gift supports the non-profit Dallas Summer Musicals and its community and education programs.