Announcing Harmony Is Closing On Broadway

On February 4th, Harmony will end its Broadway run.

Stories like Harmony need to be told. And I am so proud of its authors, Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman, who never gave up in demanding that this story be on Broadway. To Warren Carlyle – who took a script and a score and made it into a SHOW. You do what great Directors do – imagine things we could never have imagined.

And to the incredible cast and crew, including Chip Zien, Sierra Boggess, Julie Benko, Allison Semmes, Andrew O’Shanick, and those incredible Harmonists, Sean Bell, Danny Kornfeld, Zal Owen, Eric Peters, Blake Roman, and Steven Telsey, who told and sang that story better than we ever could have imagined while we zoomed about it during the pandemic. And to my partners, Sandi Moran and Garry Kief, and the incredibly courageous co-producers and investors who are the ones who made it possible – thank you for making sure that this story was told. Without your passion for the arts and for this story, Harmony would not have happened.

If you haven’t seen Harmony yet, rush to the Barrymore. You only have 16 days left. If you miss it, well, it’ll be one of those shows ten years from now that you’ll regret not seeing. I promise you that.

Ways to get tickets to Harmony on Broadway:

  1. In-Person Rush: The first 18 tickets are $18 (limited to 1 ticket per person).
  2. Broadway Week: Use code BWAYWK24 or click here to get 2-for-1 tickets.
  3. Group Tickets: For groups of 10 or more, please click here.

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