New plays alongside celeb driven revivals, new takes on movies and books . . . looks like an exciting new season ahead so far. Take a peek and check back on dates.

Days of Wine and Roses – transferring from Atlantic Theater Company, this dark musical stars Kelli O’Hara and Brian d’Arcy James. Written by composer/lyricist Adam Guettel and writer Craig Lucas, it’s adapted from JP Miller’s 1962 film with Michael Greif directing and begins January 6.  Tickets now.

An Enemy of the People brings Emmy Award winner Jeremy Strong back to Broadway after 15 years. Amy Herzog newly adapts Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama (as she did for A Doll’s House last season).

Doubt comes to The American Airlines Theatre in John Patrick Shanley’s play. The revival begins February 2 as the all boys Catholic school principal Tyne Daly suspects priest Liev Schreiber of inappropriate relations with a student. Tickets now.

The Notebook begins February 10 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. The musical adaptation by Ingrid Michaelson and Bekah Brunstetter of Nicholas Sparks’ novel of two lovers who sustain their love across decades. Tickets now.

Water for Elephants arrives February 24. Sara Gruen’s circus novel is now a musical with high-flying acrobats, animal puppetry and the story of Jacob who falls in love with acrobat Marlena.

My Son’s A Queer (But What Can You Do?) arrives from London’s West End as writer/performer Rob Madge celebrates the importance of familial love, support and acceptance. An exuberant musical solo performance earning a 2023 Olivier Award nomination. The production begins February 27.

The Who’s Tommy begins March 8 as the pinball wizard returns to unlock a new lease on life. A revival of the musical adaptation, staged by the original Broadway production director Des McAnuff.

The Outsiders, an American classic written by 15 year old S.E. Hinton released in 1967 received a 1983 film adaptation and is now a folk musical. A band of teenage Tulsa ‘greaser’ have nots come of age. Begins March 16 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.

Lempicka – where visual art and performance art meet at the Longacre Theatre, this new pop-rock musical begins March 19 based on real life Art Deco artist Tamara de Lempicka and how she climbed the ranks of Parisian society. Tony Award winner Rachel Chavkin directs and Eden Espinosa stars. Tickets now.

The Heart of Rock and Roll – a new rom-com about two 30 somethings who think they know what they want out of life, begins March 29 scored by Huey Lewis and the News.

Cabaret is back at the fully transformed Kit Kat Club at the August Wilson Theatre. Hailing from 7 Olivier Awards in London, Broadway audiences get to enter the dark underworld of Kander and Ebb’s musical again, as German fascism rises. Starring Eddie Redmayne and Gayle Rankin.

Mother Play – Paula Vogel explores the generation gap and familial expectations with Jessica Lange, Jim Parsons and Celia Keenan-Bolger starring. Tina Landau directs at the Hayes Theater. Tickets now.

Mary Jane with Rachel McAdams in this play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Amy Herzog directed by Anne Kauffman.

Suffs is a new musical featuring book and songwriter Shaina Taub that takes audiences back more than 100 years when a grup of young, passionate women went face to face with government and each other to secure women’s suffrage.

Uncle Vanya, Chekhov classic, features an all new translation of text about a family turned upside down written by Pulitzer/Tony Nominated writer Heidi Schreck. She teams up with director Lila Neugebauer at this Lincoln Center Theater production.

The Wiz – ease on down for this first Broadway revival in March starring Wayne Brady as the Wiz, directed by Schele Williams. A Black cultural spin on the white Wizard of Oz tale.

Home is the first Broadway revival of Samm-Art Williams’ play at American Airlines Theatre in the spring with Kenny Leon directing this coming of age production.