Broadway San Jose General Manager Gretchen Feyer announced this week the six productions that will make up the company’s 2019–20 season—the return of the Broadway sensation, WICKED (August 14–September 8, 2019); the iconic musical phenomenon, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR (October 22–27, 2019); Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s legendary musical, MISS SAIGON(November 12–17, 2019); the hit Broadway musical from Grammy Award nominee Sara Bareilles, WAITRESS (December 17–22, 2019); Cameron Mackintosh’s new production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon, LES MISÉRABLES (April 21–26, 2020); and the critically-acclaimed Tony Award-winning musical, COME FROM AWAY (June 16–21, 2020).
The 2019–20 season will also include three add-on productions—the wildly popular theatrical phenomenon BLUE MAN GROUP (November 1–3, 2019), the 25th anniversary production of the international Irish dancing spectacle, RIVERDANCE (May 15–17, 2020), and one final production to be announced at a later date.
“If I had one word to describe Broadway San Jose’s 2019–20 season, it would be ‘epic’,” says Feyer. “Featuring Broadway’s biggest hits, fan favorites, and classics we know and love, there is truly something for everyone this season!”
Broadway San Jose season subscriptions range in price from $289–$669 for the basic six-show package and can be purchased online at broadwaysanjose.com, or by calling (866) 395-2929. A limited number of President’s Club memberships are available, which include center orchestra seats, access to the President’s Club Lounge with exclusive-use restrooms and bar, complimentary snacks and entertainment, invitations to cast parties and other special events, a welcome gift (for full season subscribers), plus concierge service for purchasing theatre tickets in New York, Chicago, London, and Los Angeles. To purchase a President’s Club membership, visit broadwaysanjose.com or call Sally Souders at 669-242-8560.
Season ticket holders receive a significant discount versus regular single ticket prices. Other benefits include preferred seating, ticket exchanges, and special offers. In addition, season ticket holders will be invited to subscriber events and receptions held throughout the year, as well as access to Subscriber Lounges located on each side of the Center for the Performing Arts before every performance and at intermission.
All performances for Broadway San Jose’s 2019–20 season will be held at the 2,700-seat San Jose Center for Performing Arts, a mid-century modern architectural showcase designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, at the corner of Park Avenue and Almaden Boulevard in downtown San Jose.
Broadway San Jose is a partnership between the Nederlander organization of New York and Team San Jose, the managing entity for San Jose’s publicly-held performance venues and civic centers.