How to buy tickets, prices

The loop is about to close.

The Tony Award-winning 2022 meta-musical A Strange Loop concludes January 15 at the Lyceum Theater on Broadway.

And while saying goodbye to great musicals is always difficult, the best way to pay your respects is by watching the show one last time before the cast take their final bow.

Luckily, you don’t have to spend all that much money to see Jaquel Spivey on Michael R. Jackson’s groundbreaking show before she leaves the Great White Way.

In fact, we found tickets at Vivid Seats for as little as $62 before fees.

Not bad for a show that took home Best Musical and Best Book of a Musical at this year’s Tony Awards, and was wowed by Al Roker, Whoopi Goldberg and Trevor Noah on the air.

So if you want to see the musical story of Usher – who happens to be a theater director on The Lion King – and his struggle to write a hit musical that reflects his experience as a gay black man, keep scrolling down. We tell you everything you need to know.

“A Strange Loop” schedule.

The acclaimed musical — a Tony-winning Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘A Strange Loop’ — has fewer than 50 Broadway shows remaining at The Lyceum Theatre.

And while the genre-bending, mind-bending show may be considered conventional by some, there’s no doubt its schedule holds true for the rest of the run.

Tuesday through Sunday shows, matinees three times a week, and 7pm and 8pm start times appear to be normal for the remainder of the show’s run, except during the holiday weeks.

To find the show that fits your schedule (and budget), here’s a full calendar with all dates, start times and links to buy tickets.

“A Strange Loop” runs for 100 minutes without a break.

All prices listed were found at the time of publication and are subject to change.

“A Strange Loop” cast

This past June saw numerous Tony nominations for the show’s talented cast.

To ensure you walk into your show of choice with a solid knowledge of who’s who, check out our brief bios of the five main cast of A Strange Loop.

Jaquel Spivey Usher made his Broadway debut with A Strange Loop. Before being cast, he graduated from Point Park University in 2021 with a degree in Musical Theater. Originally from Raleigh, North Carolina, he shared in an interview with The New York Times that he “uses pineapple juice to carry him through gigs.” .

L Morgan Lee (Thought 1) wins awards. Only a few trophies on her mantelpiece are an Obie and a Mark O’Donnell award. Her role in A Strange Loop is also historic — she’s the first openly transgender actress to play a role in a Pulitzer Prize-winning play.

James Jackson, Jr. (Thought 2) is a triple threat. In addition to acting, he also makes music and is a cabaret artist. His other stage appearances include singing at the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and key off-Broadway roles in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Whistle Down the Wind, Dreamgirls and Henri Gabler.

John-Michael Lyles (Thought 3) perhaps known for his extensive TV work. Chances are you caught him in The Other Two, Chicago PD, or NCIS: New Orleans. On stage, it’s just as likely you’ve seen his work off Broadway in productions such as Sweeney Todd (Barrow), This Ain’t No Disco (Atlantic) and The Flick (Barrow).

John-Andrew Morrison (Thought 4) is co-host of the podcast “5 Questions with James and JAM” with co-star James Jackson, Jr. He won a Lucille Lortel and an Obie Award for his work on “A Strange Loop,” but that’s not all. He also appeared on the TBS series The Last OG.

The full A Strange Loop cast list can be found here.

Still not sold?

Below is a montage of celebrities raving about A Strange Loop.

Musicals on Broadway in 2023

While A Strange Loop’s time in the Big Apple spotlight is limited, here are five huge shows you won’t have to work hard to catch on Broadway because they will be running for the foreseeable future.

• “Hamilton”

• “Hadestown”

• “The Book of Mormon”

• “Six: The Musical”

• “Kimberly Akimbo”

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Emma Bowman

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