With things returning to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic, people are once again returning to their favorite theaters to see stories brought to life through song, dance, and memorable performances.

The Citizens Bank Opera House in Boston, Massachusetts, has hosted countless touring Broadway shows over the years. This writer has seen Jersey Boys, Hadestown, and Wicked at the beautiful 2677-seat venue, all of which were top-caliber productions.

Now, Broadway In Boston has officially announced their 2023-2024 season of shows that will be coming to the Citizens Bank stage. Without further ado, here's a look at the lineup:

If the Frozen musical is anything like the movie, the production is sure to be an icy opening spectacle that folks of all ages will love. This writer hasn't seen Moulin Rouge! but is definitely interested in going, considering the show's popularity (and hey, we gotta acknowledge the trending thirst traps). We're not too familiar with Girl From the North Country, but it features the songs of Bob Dylan, and tells of travelers who bond after crossing paths in a guesthouse. Company and MJ the Musical both pique yours truly's interests. The former (with music and lyrics by the late, great Stephen Sondheim) tells of a single man's interactions with his married friends, while the latter is about the life and music of Michael Jackson. Wrapping up the season is Les Miserables, a popular and timeless favorite that everyone should see at least once.

At the time of this writing, tickets are not yet on sale for these productions. Nonetheless, you can click here to learn more about Broadway In Boston's current production, Hamilton. The remainder of the current 2022-2023 season consists of My Fair Lady, Beetlejuice, Jagged Little Pill, and Come From Away.

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