March 6: Jessie Mueller departs Broadway's Beautiful. Mueller, who earned a Tony Award for her soulful performance as Carole King in Beautiful, feels the earth move on Broadway one last time March 6.
March 8: The Audience. For sixty years Elizabeth II has met each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a weekly audience at Buckingham Palace. The Audience imagines a series of pivotal meetings between the Downing Street incumbents and their Queen. From Churchill to Cameron, each Prime Minister uses these private conversations as a sounding board and a confessional — sometimes intimate, sometimes explosive.
March 12: The King and I. A Rodgers and Hammerstein classic returns to Broadway. In 1860s Siam, Anna, a British schoolteacher, is hired as part of King Mongkut's drive to modernize his country. Bartlett Sher directs Kelli O'Hara, Ken Watanabe and a cast of over 50 in the new lavish staging.
March 13: An American in Paris. A Hollywood film classic makes its Broadway debut. Hoping to start a new life, World War II veteran Jerry Mulligan chooses newly-liberated Paris as the place to make a name for himself as a painter. But Jerry's life becomes complicated when he meets Lise, a young Parisian shop girl with her own secret - and realizes he is not her only suitor.
March 9: Broadway Backwards. The annual celebration where gays and lesbians experience their stories as told through the great songs of musical theatre and performed by their favorite Broadway stars promises appearances by Lily Tomlin, Telly Leung, Lillias White, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Lena Hall and more.
March 13: Sutton Foster at Carnegie Hall. Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, known for her show-stopping performances in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Anything Goes, makes her solo debut at Carnegie Hall with the New York Pops. Special guests include Joshua Henry and Megan McGinnis.