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Ashburn, VA, US

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Hello, Dolly! Ticket Information

Travel back in time to the glamorous turn of the 20th century with Holly, Dolly!, the revival of one of the most beloved musicals in Broadway history. Follow the hilarious and hijinks-filled journey of brassy Dolly Gallagher Levi as she works her magic as a professional matchmaker, and hopes to find love for herself along the way. Full of pure excitement and raucous joy, the production is an extravagant blend of spectacle and star power—truly classic Broadway at its best. Tickets for Holly, Dolly! at the Shubert Theatre have been selling out fast, so get yours today before they’re gone.

Debuting in 1964 and now its third Broadway revival, Holly, Dolly! has become one of the most enduring musical comedies of all time. The lighthearted tale of Dolly is full of wit, charm, and mischief, and is built around exuberant songs such as “I Put My Hand In,” “It Takes a Woman,” “Ribbons Down My Back,” and the titular “Holly, Dolly!” The current revival opened in 2017 starring the phenomenal Bette Midler and David Hyde Pierce, who portrayed their roles until early 2018. The show currently stars Broadway icon Bernadette Peters as Dolly Levi and Victor Garber in the role of Horace Vandergelder.

Awards & Productions

This feel-good musical has been delighting audiences and winning awards for more than 50 years, first sweeping up 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Original Score. It’s gone on to be revived in the West End, tour around the world, and even be made into a movie that won 3 Academy Awards. The third and current revival opened to spectacular reviews and earned 4 more Tonys, including Best Revival of a Musical. Grab tickets for a performance at New York City’s Shubert Theatre and see for yourself why the revival has been called “in a word, perfection.”