New Schedule Announced for Proctors Broadway Shows


New Schedule Announced for Proctors Broadway Shows


If you’re one of the many people who have tickets to shows at Proctors but keep waiting on them, there’s good news!

NAC Entertainment has announced a new schedule across the state for the shows that keep getting pushed later and later due to COVID. According to New York Upstate, “Albert Nocciolino, president & CEO of the Binghamton-based NAC Entertainment, said theaters will follow New York state’s Covid-19 guidelines for reopening, which currently allow smaller venues to open at 33% capacity with crowds up to 100 people indoors or up to 150 people with testing. He said that he expects to have full capacity by the time shows begin this fall.”

He also announced that they will be not opening until they’re at 100% capacity.

“Summer: The Donna Summer Musical” – Dec. 7-12, 2021

“Come From Away” – Jan. 25-30, 2022

“The Prom” – March 1-6, 2022

“Dear Evan Hansen” – March 22-27, 2022

“Cats” – May 3-8, 2022

“My Fair Lady” – May 17-22, 2022

“Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird” – June 14-19, 2022

“Mean Girls” – June 28-July 3, 2022

New dates are also expected to be announced soon for “Hadestown,” “Disney’s The Lion King,” and “Pretty Woman: The Musical.” Ticket information will be released later this spring; for more information, visit

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