Here’s a look at the shows that will be on Broadway this fall and winter, with a few key spring shows as well. Most sell their tickets through Telecharge (800-432-7250, www.telecharge.com) or Ticketmaster (800-745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com). If prices aren’t listed, tickets aren’t yet on sale.
• Act One, Vivian Beaumont Theater, 150 W. 65th St.; previews March 20, opens April 17, closes June 15; 212-239-6200 or www.lct.org: Director-playwright James Lapine has adapted the autobiography of playwright Moss Hart, who collaborated with George S. Kaufman on such timeless hits as The Man Who Came to Dinner and You Can’t Take It With You.
• After Midnight, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 256 W. 47th St.; $60-$142; previews Oct. 18, opens Nov. 3; Ticketmaster or aftermidnightbroadway.com: This show re-creates the magic of Harlem’s Cotton Club, with Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center All-Stars supplying the music and guest stars like American Idol’s Fantasia Barrino appearing, as actor Dulé Hill hosts.
• Aladdin, New Amsterdam Theatre, 214 W. 42nd St.; previews Feb. 26, opens March 20; Ticketmaster or aladdinbroadway.com: The smash Disney animated hit finally gets to the stage as a musical, featuring songs by Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and Chad Beguelin.
• Beautiful, The Carole King Musical, Stephen Sondheim Theatre, 124 W. 43rd St.; $75-$152; previews Nov. 21, opens Jan. 12; Telecharge or www.beautifulonbroadway.com: The rich Carole King catalog and the singer-songwriter herself are highlighted in this new musical, which features Jessie Mueller as the woman who wrote Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, Some Kind of Wonderful, The Locomotion, One Fine Day, Up on the Roof, A Natural Woman and more with her ex-husband Gerry Goffin — not to mention all those hits on her own.
• Betrayal, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 243 W. 47th St.; $57-$152; in previews, opens Oct. 27, closes Jan. 05; Telecharge or www.betrayalonbroadway.com: Mike Nichols directs the season’s starriest cast — Daniel Craig (aka James Bond), his real-life wife Rachel Weisz and British actor Rafe Spall in this revival of Harold Pinter’s play about an affair, told from its end to the beginning.
• Big Fish, Neil Simon Theatre, 250 W. 52nd St.; $55-$155; Ticketmaster or www.bigfishthemusical.com: Susan Stroman directs and choreographs this new musical by Andrew Lippa and John August, based on Daniel Wallace’s 1998 novel and Tim Burton’s 2003 movie. Tony winner Norbert Leo Butz stars as the dad who can’t resist telling tall tales.
• Billy Crystal, 700 Sundays, Imperial Theatre, 249 W. 45th St.; $97-$162; previews Nov. 5, opens Nov. 13, closes Jan. 2; Telecharge or 700sundaysonbroadway.com: Billy Crystal brings his beguiling, warm-hearted, surprising solo show about his late father and the many famous people in his orbit back to Broadway.
• The Bridges of Madison County, Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, 236 W. 45th St.; previews Jan. 13, opens Feb. 27; $67-$139; Telecharge or bridgesofmadisoncountymusical.com: Tony winner Bartlett Sher directs the new musical by Pulitzer winner Marsha Norman and Jason Robert Brown, with Kelli O’Hara starring as an Italian-born Iowa housewife drawn into a passionate relationship with a National Geographic photographer.