It’s never too early to stake your claim to “Hamilton” tickets.
Doing so now comes with the bonus of tickets to the 2021-22 Broadway Las Vegas series at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
“We’re happy that we’ve got a nice six-show package that are all titles that have never been here before,” Myron Martin, The Smith Center’s president and CEO, told the Review-Journal.
Season tickets are now available to new subscribers as part of the latest step in the long process of reopening the performing arts hub.
Tickets start at $180 for the six-show season. Subscribers will have the first chance to purchase tickets to “Hamilton” when it returns to The Smith Center as part of the 2022-23 season.
The venue’s box office remains closed to the public. To subscribe, or for more information, including health and safety protocols, visit TheSmithCenter.com/Broadway.
Here’s a look at the 2021-22 Broadway Las Vegas series:
■ “Cats” (Oct. 12-17): Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jellicle Ball is back, with new choreography, lighting design and sound design.
■ “An Officer and a Gentleman” (Oct. 26-31): When a Navy drill sergeant takes a special interest in knocking the arrogance out of him, Zack Mayo finds comfort in the arms of a local factory girl in this musical based on the film starring Richard Gere, Debra Winger and Louis Gossett Jr.
■ “A Christmas Carol” (Nov. 23-28): This new interpretation of the Charles Dickens classic by playwright Jack Thorne (“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”) and director Matthew Warchus (“Matilda”) earned five Tony nominations in 2020.
■ “My Fair Lady” (Jan. 25-30): Cockney flower seller Eliza Doolittle meets linguistics professor Henry Higgins in this Lincoln Center Theater staging of the Lerner &Loewe musical featuring “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain in Spain” and “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly.”
■ “The Band’s Visit” (Feb. 15-20): The winner of 10 Tony Awards in 2018, this musical follows a group of musicians who mistakenly arrive in the wrong town, way off the beaten path, and breathe new life into the residents.
■ “Tootsie” (May 24-29, 2022): Michael Dorsey, a talented but difficult actor, struggles to find work until he becomes a star as Dorothy Michaels in this musical based on the comedy starring Dustin Hoffman and Jessica Lange.