The Who’s “Tommy” will return to Broadway in spring 2024.

The new record-breaking production, which premiered to sold-out audiences at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre earlier this year, first debuted on Broadway 30 years ago. Now, the revived story of Tommy Walker will head to back to the Main Stem, previewing at Nederlander Theatre on March 8, followed by an opening on March 28.

“Tommy” delves into the young Walker’s life after he witnesses his father shoot his rival. He is seemingly lost, but a knack for pinball helps him catapult from an adolescent to a celebrity. The pop-culture musical features hits from The Who’s 1969 acclaimed record TOMMY, including “I’m Free,” “See Me, Feel Me,” “Sensation,” and “Pinball Wizard.”

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“It is an honor and privilege to bring ‘Tommy’ to New York,” producers Stephen Gabriel and Ira Pittelman said in a statement. “We’re looking forward to sharing this unique new production with the countless fans who have loved Tommy through the years and to introducing the iconic rock opera to the next generation of theatergoers.”

The Tony Award-winning creators Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff will reunite to bring the show back to the Broadway stage. At this time, casting has not been announced.

Learn more about the musical here.

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