Philadelphia’s Kimmel Cultural Campus Announces the 2023-2024 Broadway Season

Julie Benko as "Fanny Brice" in the Broadway Cast of 'Funny Girl.' Photo: Joan Marcus.

Philadelphia’s Kimmel Cultural Campus and The Shubert Organization have announced the 2023-2024 Broadway series.

The season features something for every taste, boasting 12 amazing shows with a combined 19 Tony Awards and 17 Drama Desk Awards. This year’s 7-show subscription package includes: Wicked, Company, Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations, Mrs. Doubtfire, Girl from the North Country, Frozen, and Funny Girl.

“From the iconic music of The Temptations, Sting, and Bob Dylan to family-friendly favorites like Frozen, our 2023-24 season continues our tradition of presenting the very best of Broadway at the Miller Theater and the Academy of Music,” said Matías Tarnopolsky, President and CEO of The Philadelphia Orchestra and Kimmel Center, Inc. “We look forward to sharing exciting new productions and cherished favorites spanning decades and genres–including the return of Wicked, celebrating its 20th anniversary, and the refreshing revivals of Funny Girl and Company.”
2023-2024 Season

  • º Miller Theater
  • ~ Academy of Music
  • ◊ Forrest Theatre
  • Subscription Shows in bold
“The Kimmel Cultural Campus is committed to bringing award-winning theater to Philadelphia all year round,” said Frances Egler, Vice President of Theatrical Programming and Presentations on the Kimmel Cultural Campus, the Campus’ resident Tony® Awards voter, and curator of the Broadway series. “We’re excited for a season with the debuts of Frozen and Ain’t Too Proud, as well as the blockbuster Wicked. Especially thrilling is the opportunity to present Company, last year’s Tony Award winner for Best Revival of a Musical and a show we were honored to help produce. Whether you are a longtime lover of the stage or discovering the magic of theater for the first time, we invite you to take part in this spectacular season.”
Flexible 7-show packages are available now and include Tuesday through Sunday performances of Wicked, Company, Ain’t Too Proud, Mrs. Doubtfire, Girl from the North Country, Frozen, and Funny Girl, starting as low as $35.00 per show. Subscription packages also include a Wednesday matinee option. Single tickets for individual productions will go on sale at a later date.  
Subscribers save up to 20% off single ticket prices and are offered a variety of exclusive event invitations, perks, and privileges, including the first opportunity to select the best seats in the house and the option to renew their seats each year. Additional subscriber benefits include flexible exchange options, priority ticket access, payment plan options, and more.  
This season again offers the ultimate in flexibility, giving new and returning subscribers the option to swap up to 3 shows in the package into exclusive extra performances. Subscribers will also have first access to purchase additional tickets before they go on sale to the public.  
Packages start at just $35.00 per show and range from $245.00 to $1,003.00, depending on seating and performance dates. The easiest way to subscribe and to find more information is online at
Group rates are available for groups of 10 or more and can be purchased from Kimmel Cultural Campus or Broadway Inbound. Visit the Kimmel online at or by phone at (215) 790-5883 or (866) 276-2947. Book a group with Broadway Inbound at or call (866) 302-0995.  
All subscription payments remain secure. For more information about the Kimmel Cultural Campus’ Broadway lineup, please visit the website at

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