Now we're speechless!
The Jonas Brothers are coming to Broadway for a five-night residency at the Marquis Theatre this March. The news was announced on the group's social media February 24, ahead of ticket access opening for verified fans February 26.
The Grammy-nominated band will set up shop March 14–18, with each night of their residency dedicated to one of their six albums, including Jonas Brothers; A Little Bit Longer; Lines, Vines, and Trying Times; Happiness Begins; and their forthcoming release, The Album.
The band, which consists of brothers Kevin, Nick, and Joe, formed in 2005 before leaping to prominence as the stars of the Disney Channel movie series Camp Rock. Nick is no stranger to the Broadway stage, appearing as a child in in Les Misérables, Beauty and the Beast, and Annie Get Your Gun before returning to the stage in 2012 as J. Pierrepont Finch in a revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and as Marius in the all-star 25th anniversary concert of Les Misérables. Additionally, a film of Jersey Boys, starring Nick as Frankie Valli, was filmed in 2021. A release date has still not been announced.
More information on the Jonas Brothers Broadway Residency will be announced at a later date.