Some of your favorite Hollywood actors are acting on Broadway starting March!

For you, the lucky ones, who’ll be there to catch these shows, theater productions with A-List celebs get sold out pretty fast, but you never know, amirite?

Thanks to New York Daily News for announcing these productions.

8. Neil Patrick Harris (How I Met Your Mother)


“Hedwig and the Angry Inch”
A musical about a gender-bending singer.
(Belasco Theater. Previews begin March 29; opens April 22.)

7. Denzel Washington (The Taking of Pelham 123)

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“A Raisin in the Sun”

About a Chicago family struggling with racism and striving for better lives.
(Barrymore Theater. Previews begin March 8; opens April 3.)

6. Zach Braff (Scrubs, Oz the Great and Powerful)

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“Bullets Over Broadway”

Woody Allen adapts his 1994 comedy about a playwright coping with mobsters and an egomaniacal actress.
(St. James Theater. Previews begin March 11; opens April 10.)

5. Michael C. Hall (Dexter), Marisa Tomei (My Cousin Vinny), Toni Collette (Sixth Sense)

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“The Realistic Joneses”

The colliding lives of two couples with the same surname.
(Lyceum Theater. Previews begin March 13; opens April 6.)

4. James Franco (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Oz the Great and Powerful), Leighton Meester (Gossip Girl), Chris O’Dowd (Girls)

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“Of Mice and Men”

John Steinbeck’s story of hard times.
(Longacre Theater. Previews begin March 19; opens April 16,)

3. Tony Shalhoub (Monk)

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“Act One”

Autobiographical play about Moss Hart.
(Beaumont Theater. Previews begin March 20; opens April 17.)

2. Michelle Williams (Dawson’s Creek, Oz the Great and Powerful), Alan Cumming (X-Men)

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A musical about the love lives of Kit Kat Club regulars as the Nazis rise to power.
(Studio 54. Previews begin March 21; opens April 24.)

1. Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter)

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“The Cripple of Inishmaan”

Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy about a small Irish community whose lives change when a Hollywood film crew shoots a documentary nearby.

(Cort Theater. Previews begin April 12; opens April 20.)

Find other shows with big name stars at Which ones would you see? Let’s talk about them in the Comments Section.


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