The Walton Arts Center announced its 2023-2024 Proctor & Gamble Broadway Series on March 13. This year’s lineup at the venue will feature six shows – five Arkansas premiers – and three Broadway add-on shows.


“We are all so excited about our upcoming Broadway subscription season,”  Jennifer Ross, vice president of programming at Walton Arts Center, said. “It has a little bit of everything, including new shows coming straight from Broadway, a new iteration of a classic Sondheim work, a magical show for the whole family and one of our country’s most powerful novels adapted for the stage by Aaron Sorkin.”


Broadway subscriptions are currently available, and subscribers will get the best seats at the best price for all Broadway shows, including priority access to new shows with discounts to others. Subscription also allows for free ticket exchange and replacement. The six-show Broadway subscription packages range from $326 to $478 for Tuesday and Wednesday evening shows and Thursday matinees. For weekend options (Thursday Friday and Saturday nights with Saturday and Sunday Matinees), tickets range from $381-$533. Package prices will vary around seat location and the inclusion of all fees.


Without further ado, the 2023-2024 P&G Broadway Series:


  • Sept. 12-17
  • Eight performances
  • Arkansas Premiere

The North American Tour Boleyn Company of “SIX.” (Photo by Joan Marcus).


“TINA– The Tina Turner Musical”

  • Dec. 12-17
  • Eight performances
  • Arkansas Premier


Naomi Rodgers as Tina Turner in the North American touring production of “TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL.” (Photo by Matthew Murphy/MurphyMade 2022).

“Jagged Little Pill” 

  • Jan. 23-28
  • Eight performances
  • Arkansas Premiere

Lauren Chanel and the company of the North American Tour of “JAGGED LITTLE PILL.” (Photo by Matthew Murphy, Evan Zimmerman/MurphyMade).


  • Feb. 20-25
  • Eight performances
  • Arkansas Premiere

“COMPANY,” a musical comedy. (Photo by Brinkhoff Mogenburg).


  • March 26-31
  • Eight performances

Marcus M. Martin Genie and Company Aladdin Tour. (Photo by Deen Van Meer/Disney).

“To Kill A Mockingbird” 

  • April 16-21
  • Eight performances
  • Arkansas Premiere

Calpurnia and Atticus. (Photo by Julieta Cervantes).


In addition to these six performances, Walton Arts Center announced the following add-ons:

“The Cher Show” 

  • Nov. 19-21
  • Three performances

“Les Misérables” 

  • Jan. 2-7
  • Eight performances

Les Misérables 2022 tour. (Photo by Mathew Murphy, Evan Zimmerman/MurphyMade).


  • May 3-5
  • Four performances


Niki Metcalf (center) as Tracy Turnblad and the Company of “Hairspray.” (Photo by Jeremy Daniel).

Subscriptions are available to be renewed or purchased for a limited time and can be done so online, by calling the subscriber concierge at (479)-571-2785 or visiting the Walton Arts Center Box Office. Single tickets to all shows in the upcoming season will be available this summer.


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