Tampa's Straz announces new Broadway season with ‘Hamilton,’ ‘Cats,’ 'Tootsie’ and more

The majority of the schedule is only available to season ticket holders.

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The David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts released its 2020-21 Broadway season schedule, and it’s pretty huge.

Some of the highlights include the highly anticipated return of Lin Manuel-Miranda’s “Hamilton,” which already announced its revisit. The long-running cult-favorite “Cats,” was also announced, and though the movie was better experienced “in the midst of a full-on hallucinatory trip,” fans shouldn’t be deterred.

Plus, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” has a five-day run, and Tony-award winner Richard Thomas is playing Atticus Finch.

The majority of the schedule is only available to season ticket holders, but “Hamilton,” “Wicked,” and “Dear Evan Hansen” can be purchased as single tickets.

Here’s the full schedule: 

To Kill A Mockingbird Oct. 6 - 11
Escape to Margaritaville Oct. 27 - Nov. 1

Tootsie Nov. 17 - 20

Hadestown Dec. 1 - 6
The Band’s Visit Dec. 29 - Jan. 3

Wicked Jan. 13 - 31

The Prom Feb. 9 - 14
Shear Madness Feb. 16 - April 4

Dear Evan Hansen March 23 - 28

Cats April 27-May 2

Hamilton June 1-27

Season tickets start at $229 and can be purchased here.

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