Proctors Broadway series 2015-2016

The Lion King touring production 2015-2016

The Lion King is set for a month-long run at Proctors in spring 2016.

Corrected.

Proctors has announced the lineup of Broadway-style shows that will be at the theater for the 2015-2016 season. As usual, the slate includes some very popular shows, including The Lion King and the return of The Book of Mormon.

A condensed version of the lineup is after the jump.

Tickets for the shows are currently only available through season-long subscriptions. Individual show tickets will be available closer to the season starting.

Some shows end up being very popular, so you might want to plan ahead a little bit for tickets if you're interested in going.

September 19-26: A Gentleman's Guide To Love & Murder
Won the 2014 Tony for Best Musical. The production will be rehearsing at Proctors before opening its tour there.

October 20-25: The Book of Mormon*
The huge hit, back for the second season in a row.

November 17-22: Motown the Musical
Featuring the classic Motown songs.

December 8-13: Matilda The Musical
Based on the children's novel.

December 22-27: Irving Berlin's White Christmas*
An adaptation of the film.

January 19-24: Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella
Adapted from the 1957 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical originally written for TV.

March 22-April 17: Disney's The Lion King
Classic.

May 10-15: Once
Based on the film, the original Broadway production won a ton of Tonys, including best musical.

* Non-subscription shows.

photo: Joan Marcus

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