June 25: Following a sold-out world premiere in Chicago, new musical Amazing Grace arrives on Broadway playing the Nederlander Theatre, based on the inspiring true story behind the beloved song. The show blends history, romance and rebellion.
June 21: The 2015 Tony winner for Best Revival, David Hare's Skylight, about two former lovers who reunite over a cold London evening, plays its final performance. Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy reprise their critically acclaimed West End performances.
June 21: Vanessa Hudgens concludes her Broadway debut in the Tony-nominated Gigi, starring alongside the talented Corey Cott, Tony winner Victoria Clark and Tony nominee Dee Hoty. Featuring beautiful sets and costumes, the Paris-set musical follows a young French girl's relationship to an older suitor. June 21: Join the crowds of New York theatregoers hopping on the train to New Jersey to catch Paper Mill Playhouse's acclaimed production of Ever After, a new musical take on "Cinderella" directed and choreographed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall.
June 21: The York Theatre Company's production of the new musical Cagney ends its Off-Broadway run. The story follows legendary Hollywood tough guy James Cagney and is directed by Bill Castellino with choreography by 2015 Tony nominee Joshua Bergasse.
June 28: For anybody who can't resist a scare, don't miss the Atlantic Theatre's haunting revival of David Mamet's Ghost Stories: The Shawl and Prairie Du Chien, two frightful tales packed into one night at the theatre.
June 19: Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett continue their musical collaboration with four concerts at Radio City Music Hall.
June 21: The original cast of Into the Woods reunite on stage at Brooklyn's Academy of Music in a two-performance event that is part retrospective, part moderated panel and part live performance. Guests include legendary composer Stephen Sondheim, James Lapine, Bernadette Peters, Chip Zien, Joanna Gleason and more.
June 21: Make Music New York returns with a mix of free outdoor concerts, celebrating the first day of summer. As part of the event, a special inaugural Pop-Up Musicals Project brings seven classic shows to iconic parks and locations throughout Manhattan. For more information on locations, visit MakeMusicny.
June 28: Join the thousands celebrating Pride in New York City, by marching down Fifth Avenue in the annual Pride Parade featuring over 55 floats. Visit NYCPride for more information.