Orpheum Memphis Broadway Series

2021 - 2022 Orpheum Memphis Broadway Series

If you're a fan of the theater, then seeing a Broadway production at The Orpheum has to be on your Memphis bucket list.

One of my absolute favorite things to do in Memphis is to see a Broadway show at the beautiful, classy historic Orpheum Theatre on Beale Street. This has a lot to do with me being a musical nerd and Broadway lover, but even theater newbies can find a show they enjoy at the Orpheum.

The theater itself has a long and interesting history, starting off as a vaudeville theater in the 1800s with numerous rebuilds and restorations (including after a devastating 1923 fire). Today's Orpheum still has the historic gilded ceilings, velvety carpets, and incredible performances. It's the perfect date night, friend-date night, or hang-out-with-your-mom activity.  

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The Orpheum Theatre announced their next Broadway season for 2022 - 2023!

They're still in the middle of the 2021 - 22 season, though, so scroll down for those shows that are still happening through the spring and summer of 2022. Current season ticket holders can go ahead and renew. If you want to become a season ticket holder for next season, those go on sale on March 29 at 10 a.m.

Orpheum Memphis Broadway Shows 2022 - 2023

MY FAIR LADY - July 26 - 31, 2022

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD - August 16-21, 2022

PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL - October 11 - 16, 2022

DEAR EVAN HANSEN: November 29 - December 4 (SEASON OPTION)

TINA—THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL February 14 - 19, 2023


CHICAGO April 4 – 9, 2023 (SEASON OPTION)

Disney’s FROZEN June 22 – July 2, 2023 

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Holly Whitfield

I have so many memories of wonderful and weird shows, everything from Broadway blockbusters like Wicked and Hamilton to hilarious shows like Something Rotten! (one of my all-time underrated favorites) and heartfelt tearjerkers like The Color Purple.

I appreciate that Memphis gets to see Broadway shows and other big concerts without having to go to New York, and I also appreciate that the lineup always has a mix of classics, newer shows. and jukebox musicals.

Here's what show are coming to Memphis this season at the Orpheum downtown:

Orpheum Memphis Broadway Shows 2021- 2022

The Orpheum Theatre in downtown Memphis will resume hosting traveling Broadway performances in October 2021.

Season tickets include six shows—excluding The Lion King and CATS—but you can purchase those two as add-ons. More ticket information following the lineup below. The following shows are what's still to come for the adjusted 2021- 2022 Orpheum Memphis Broadway Series:

CATS – March 22 – 27, 2022

MEAN GIRLS – April 26 – May 1, 2022

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR – June 28 – July 3, 2022

THE BAND'S VISIT - April 12 - 17, 2022

Get your tickets here.

Go There:

Orpheum Theatre
203 S. Main Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38103


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Dianne Bolen
I would love for our Senior Adults to come to a show. I looked on here but could not exactly understand it all. Is the disney Aladdin on Friday night March 6th? We could come on that date. Thanks Dianne
December 18, 2019 10:17pm
Holly Whitfield
Hi Dianne! Looks like Aladdin is being performed on Friday, March 6. See more information and get tickets here: https://orpheum-memphis.com/event/disneys-aladdin You can also call the Box Office at (901) 525-3000 Monday through Friday 9 to 5 (though they will likely be closed for Christmas this week). This post is a quick list of the shows and the dates during which those shows will be performed in Memphis. If you want to see a full list of all Broadway shows at the Orpheum with links for tickets, go here: https://orpheum-memphis.com/events-tickets/broadway-theatre/
December 24, 2019 12:12pm
Sherri Stewart

I purchased two season tickets for Sat. Matinee for 2019-2020.  When will I be able to use these tickets ?    I live in North Arkansas and May now have schedule conflicts in Fall 2021

March 19, 2021 3:13pm