While the fall holds the promise of new shows, there are more than a dozen shows already up and running on Broadway. Here’s a look:
“Anything Goes” — Cole Porter’s shipboard story with Sutton Foster, Joel Grey. Sondheim.
“Billy Elliott” — Amid a miners’ strike, a working-class boy learns to dance. Imperial.
“Chicago” — The Kander & Ebb musical about headline-grabbing murderesses, now with New Rochelle’s Kara DioGuardi. Ambassador.
“Jersey Boys” — Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons rise to stardom. August Wilson.
“Mamma Mia!” — The one with all the ABBA songs. Winter Garden.
“Memphis” — A white DJ and a black singer fall in love, with a rollicking rock score. Shubert.
“Priscilla Queen of the Desert” — Guys who dress as girls, a bus, the Australian outback. Palace.
“Rock of Ages” — “Mamma Mia” for ‘80s rockers. Helen Hayes.
“Sister Act” — A nightclub singer hides out in a convent and shakes up the choir. Broadway.
“Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” — Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson (White Plains’ own Jennifer Damiano) and the Green Goblin in an over-the-top $75-million spectacle. Foxwoods.
“The Addams Family” — Roger Rees and Brooke Shields are Gomez and Morticia. Snap! Snap! Lunt-Fontanne.
“The Book of Mormon” — Mormon missionaries face off with an African warlord in a vulgar, tasteless and hilarious musical from the guys behind “South Park.” Eugene O’Neill.
“The Lion King” — The circle of life continues in Julie Taymor’s Disney tour de force. Minskoff.
“The Phantom of the Opera” — The one with the chandelier. In its 23rd year. Majestic.
“War Horse” — A magical story of boy, horse and World War I. Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont.
“Wicked” — Good witch meets green witch in the back story of “The Wizard of Oz.” Gershwin.