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One of the most popular musicals written by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Richard Rodgers has been quoted as saying that Carousel was his favorite of all his musicals. It's no surprise that the 1945 Broadway sensation was revived yet again in 2018. The latest revival has already received critical acclaim since its official Broadway launch in April of 2018. Featuring beloved songs like “You'll Never Walk Alone” and “If I Loved You”, audiences will be delighted by this fresh take on the classic Broadway hit. With more than fifty award nominations and more than thirty wins since its inception in 1945, Carousel is one of the most popular, well-known musicals of all time. Though the 2018 revival of Carousel has already earned several Tony Award Nominations, the original production of Carousel was released in 1945, two years prior to the creation of the Tony Awards.

The 2018 revival of Carousel launched with celebrated Actor and Singer Joshua Henry taking on the role of Billy Bigelow. Famous for his portrayal of Aaron Burr in Hamilton, Joshua Henry brings his unique talents to the stage, bringing the already vibrant character to new heights. Joshua Henry has been nominated for several awards throughout his career, winning an ACCA Award for Outstanding Broadway Chorus and Outstanding Ensemble Performance, both in 2007.

Another Broadway standout helped launch the successful 2018 revival of Carousel as Enoch Snow. Alexander Gemignani has lent his talents to numerous off and on Broadway shows, including the Chicago Production of Hamilton with Carousel castmate Joshua Henry. Alexander Gemignani's work on Carousel earned him a 2018 Tony Award Nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical.

Frequently Asked Questions About Carousel the Musical

What is Carousel about?

Carousel is about a carousel barker, Billy Bigelow who participates in a robbery to help provide for girlfriend Julie and their unborn child. Things go tragically wrong and he is given a chance to make them right.

How much are Carousel tickets?

Carousel ticket prices on the secondary market can vary widely depending on the location, day of the week, season, and other factors. Carousel tickets can be found for as low as $38.00, however the national average is $108.00.

What is the recommended age for Carousel on Broadway?

Most shows will have both a recommended age limit and minimum age requirements. Generally, children under the age of 4 are not permitted at Broadway shows. Carousel is intended for ages 10 and up.

How long is Carousel the Musical?

Carousel is approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes, including intermission.

What should I wear to Carousel?

There is no specific dress code for Carousel. Some people like to dress up and others will go in jeans. It is recommended to avoid anything too casual such as tank tops and cut off shorts.

How to buy Carousel the Musical tickets

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