Where to buy tickets, prices
The hit Broadway musical “Funny Girl” starring Lea Michele — played by Barbra Streisand in the iconic Fanny Bryce role — is closing on Sept. 3, 2023, after opening in March 2022 with Benny Feldstein and Jane Lynch.
That means Mitchell and his co-stars Ramin Karimloo (CBS’s “Blue Bloods”), Jared Grimes (NBC’s “Manifest”) and Tovah Feldshuh (CW’s “Crazy”) at New York City’s August Wilson Theater just six months ago. Other shows remain.Ex-Girlfriend”) officially closes the curtain on the production for good in midtown Manhattan.
But we’re not here to rain on your parade.
Rather, we are here to report good news.
Tickets are available for all remaining dates – and some are quite affordable considering it’s a buzz about the musical.
In fact, some seats are going for as low as $66 before fees on Vivid Seats at the time of publication.
So, if you want to see the show that NY Post critic Johnny Oleksinski claims “brings our favorite songs to exciting life and gives us some laughs,” here’s everything you need to know. is
All prices are subject to fluctuation.
“Funny girl” schedule
At this point in the show, “Funny Girl” is a well-oiled machine and operates an eight-show-a-week calendar Sunday through Sunday with Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinees.
To find the show that makes the most sense for your schedule, be sure to check out the complete show listings here, along with dates, start times and links to purchase tickets.
“Funny Girl” cast
Often, when we go to a show, we wonder to ourselves, “How do I know that actor? Is it another play? A show? Maybe a movie?”
We are here to help.
Below, we’ve listed the five biggest players in the cast along with their character names and most notable film, television and theater roles.
Lea Mitchell (Fanny Bryce): “New Year’s Eve,” Fox’s “Street,” “Spring Awakening”
Note: Lea Michele does not perform Thursday evening.
Ramin Karimloo (Nick Arnstein): “Yesterday Morning,” BBC1’s “HolbyCity,” “Les Misérables” (received a Tony nomination for his role as Jean Valjean);
Jared Grimes (Eddie Ryan): “Swing Kids,” HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire,” “A Soldier’s Play” (Grimes was nominated for a Tony for her role in “Funny Girl”)
Tovah Feldshuh (Mrs. Bryce): “Armageddon Time,” AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” “Cyrano”
Peter Francis James (Florence Ziegfeld): “Harlem,” EPIX’s “The Godfather of Harlem,” “Hillary and Clinton”
Where to watch the movie “Funny Girl”.
Want to stream the 1968 Oscar-winning film featuring Streisand, Omar Sharif and Kay Medford right now?
All you have to do is click on Amazon Prime to watch the classic movie today.
Big musical on Broadway
While “Funny Girl” may be something of a must when it comes to seeing it before it closes, here are five other shows you should definitely make room for in your schedule.
• “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”
• “Some like it hot”
• “And Juliet”
If you’re looking for some more options, take a look at our list of the 13 biggest shows opening on Broadway in 2023 here.