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Here Are the Shows You Can See on Broadway This Independence Day

From ”Indecent” to ”Waitress”, which of these offerings says “freedom” to you?

Broadway will be operating on a limited schedule today and tomorrow as many of the shows' casts and crews take a little well-deserved time off to celebrate the Fourth of July. But there will be a handful of shows playing select performances on both days so New Yorkers and N.Y.C. visitors alike will have the opportunity to take in a wide range of plays and musicals. Below, we've compiled a list of the holiday's theatergoing schedule, so take a glance to see which show says "Independence Day" to you.

A scene from Broadway's Indecent.
A scene from Broadway's Indecent.
(© Carol Rosegg)

Monday, July 3

Aladdin — 7pm
Anastasia — 7:30pm
Bandstand — 7pm
Cats — 8pm
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory — 7pm
Chicago — 8pm
Come From Away — 7pm
Dear Evan Hansen — 7pm
Groundhog Day — 8pm
Hamilton — 7pm
Indecent — 7pm
Kinky Boots — 8pm
Miss Saigon — 8pm
The Great Comet — 7pm
On Your Feet! — 8pm
The Phantom of the Opera — 8pm
School of Rock — 7pm
Waitress — 7:30pm
Wicked — 7pm

Tuesday, July 4

A Doll's House, Part 2 — 7pm
School of Rock — 2pm