Newsies the Musical is making big waves on Broadway thanks to its delightful cast and seamless blend of new tunes and old favorites from the original 1992 Disney film. Equipped with a wealth of glowing reviews and loyal cult fan base, come see the show that’s poised to become an instant classic.
Long before he became the Dark Knight, a fresh-faced Christian Bale starred in the little-known Disney flick, Newsies. Over 20 years later, fans can now watch a crisp crop of up-and-coming stars light up the stage with Newsies the Musical tickets from Vivid Seats. The stellar adaptation has received a warm reception from Broadway critics who have praised nearly every aspect of the production including its score, lyrics, choreography, direction, and cast. Here’s how to secure your Newsies tickets:
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Stage actors dream of making it to Broadway, and 22-year-old Corey Cott’s dream came true when he was cast to star in the Tony-winning musical, Newsies. The production is currently playing at Broadway’s Nederlander Theatre in New York City through Aug. 18, and Cott is already making the most of his opportunity in the role of the rebellious paper boy, Jack Kelly. Based on true events at the turn of the century, Newsies on Broadway tells the story of Jack, a newsboy who hopes to escape the daily hardships of New York City’s grimy street life, as he rallies his fellow “newsies” to strike out against unfair treatment by newspaper magnates, Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst.
As a recent graduate from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama, Cott debuted on Broadway on Aug. 7 as the Jack Kelly alternate, occasionally filling in for Tony nominee, Jeremy Jordan. Then, on Sept. 5, Cott officially took over the role and didn’t look back. He stars alongside fellow Carnegie Mellon-grad, Kara Lindsay, who plays journalist Katherine Plumber. Together, the duo have made the show one of Broadway’s must-see productions, so purchase Newsies tickets and see the magnetic chemistry live on stage.