Jesus Christ Superstar

Location
Venue
Dates
Providence, RIPPACSeptember 15-20, 2020 ^
Vancouver, BCQueen Elizabeth TheatreOctober 28--November 1, 2020
Calgary, ABSouthern Alberta Jubilee AuditoriumNovember 3-8, 2020
Edmonton, ABNorthern Alberta Jubilee AuditoriumNovember 10-15, 2020
St. Louis, MOFabulous Fox TheatreNovember 18-29, 2020
San Antonio, TXMajestic TheatreDecember 1-6, 2020
Memphis, TNOrpheum TheatreDecember 8-13, 2020
Sarasota, FLVan Wezel PAHDecember 29, 2020--January 3, 2021
1Fort Myers, FLMann Performing Arts HallJanuary 5-10, 2021
2Dayton, OHSchuster CenterJanuary 12-17, 2021
3Milwaukee, WIMarcus CenterJanuary 19-24, 2021
East Lansing, MIWharton CenterJanuary 26-31, 2021
4Norfolk, VAChrysler HallFebruary 2-7, 2021
5Boston, MAMurat TheatreFebruary 9-21, 2021
6Richmond, VAAltria TheaterFebruary 23-28, 2021
7Atlanta, GAFox TheatreMarch 2-7, 2021
8Indianapolis, INClowes Memorial HallMarch 9-14, 2021
9Costa Mesa, CASegerstrom CenterMarch 23-28, 2021
10Salt Lake City, UTEccles TheaterMarch 30--April 4, 2021
11Seattle, WAParamount TheatreApril 13-18, 2021
12Portland, ORKeller AuditoriumApril 20-25, 2021
13Houston, TXHobby CenterMay 11-16, 2021
14Kansas City, MOKauffman CenterMay 18-23, 2021
15Washington, DCOpera HouseMay 25--June 13, 2021
16Orlando, FLDr. Phillips CenterJune 15-20, 2021
17Dallas, TXMusic HallJuly 6-18, 2021 ^
18San Antonio, TXMajestic TheatreJuly 20-25, 2021
19Fort Worth, TXBass Performance HallJuly 27--August 1, 2021 ^
20Cleveland, OHPlayhouse SquareAugust 5-22, 2021 ^
21Providence, RIPPACAugust 24-29, 2021
Charlotte, NCBelk TheaterAugust 24-29, 2021 ^
22Durham, NCDPACSeptember 7-12, 2021 ^Tickets
23Chicago, ILCadillac Palace TheatreSeptember 14-26, 2021 ^
24Vancouver, BCQueen Elizabeth TheatreOctober 27-31, 2021
25Calgary, ABSouthern Alberta Jubilee AuditoriumNovember 2-7, 2021
26Edmonton, ABNorthern Alberta Jubilee AuditoriumNovember 9-14, 2021
27Memphis, TNOrpheum TheatreDecember 28, 2021 - January 2, 2022
Toronto, ONTBATBA
^ Rescheduled from the 2019/2020 season
 LocationVenueDates
1Syracuse, NYLandmark Theatre1-4 October 2019
2Austin, TXBass Concert Hall8-13 October 2019
3Albuquerque, NMPopejoy Hall17-20 October 2019
4San Jose, CACenter for Performing Arts22-27 October 2019
5Los Angeles, CAPantages Theatre29 October-3 November 2019
6Las Vegas, NVSmith Center5-10 November 2019
7San Diego, CACivic Theatre12-17 November 2019
8Spokane, WAFirst Interstate Center20-24 November 2019
9Denver, CODenver Center26 November-1 December 2019
10Tucson, AZCentennial Hall3-8 December 2019
11Omaha, NEOrpheum Theatre10-15 December 2019
12Baltimore, MDHippodrome Theatre18-22 December 2019
13Pittsburgh, PABenedum Center31 December 2019-5 January 2020
14Louisville, KYKentucky Center7-12 January 2020
15Des Moines, IADes Moines Civic Center14-19 January 2020
16Minneapolis, MNOrpheum Theatre21-26 January 2020
17Detroit, MIDetroit Opera House4-9 February 2020
18Buffalo, NYShea’s Buffalo Theatre11-16 February 2020
19Rochester, NYAuditorium Theatre18-23 February 2020
20Hartford, CTThe Bushnell25 February-1 March 2020
21Nashville, TNAndrew Jackson Hall3-8 March 2020
22Cleveland, OHPlayhouse Square10-11 March 2020 *^
23Providence, RIPPAC31 March-5 April 2020 ^
 Philadelphia, PAAcademy of Music7-12 April 2020
25Washington, D.C.Kennedy Center14-26 April 2020
26Dallas, TXMusic Hall28 April-10 May 2020
27Tampa, FLStraz Center26-31 May 2020
28Durham, NCDPAC2-7 June 2020 ^
29Cincinnati, OHAronoff Center9-21 June 2020
30Miami, FLArsht Center23-28 June 2020
24Philadelphia, PAAcademy of Music21-26 July 2020
31Charlotte, NCBelk Theater28 July-2 August 2020
32Greenville, SCPeace Center4-9 August 2020
33Chicago, ILCadillac Palace Theater11-23 August 2020 ^
34Fort Worth, TXBass Performance Hall25-30 August 2020

* Performances from 12-29 March 2020 were cancelled
^ Rescheduled to the 2020/2021 season

  • Runtime: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Intermissions: 0
  • Age Recommendation: 8+

A new production of the iconic musical phenomenon set against the backdrop of an extraordinary series of events during the final weeks in the life of Jesus Christ as seen through the eyes of Judas. Reflecting the rock roots that defined a generation, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary score includes “I Don’t Know How to Love Him,” “Gethsemane,” “Heaven on Their Minds,” and “Superstar.”

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