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‘& Juliet’ announces sing-along performance, pop-up event and more

The musical will celebrate its first year on Broadway anniversary with fan activities.

(L-R) Joomin Hwang, Rachel Webb, Bobby ”Pocket” Horner, Lorna Courtney and Virgil Gadson in “& Juliet” on Broadway, 2022 (Credit: Matthew Murphy)

Broadway’s “& Juliet” will celebrate its one-year Broadway anniversary on Nov. 17. Coinciding with the milestone, “& Juliet” will host a number of events for fans during that week.

On Nov. 14, “& Juliet” cast members will appear as part of a pop-up fan event in Times Square. On the next day, during the Nov. 15 matinée, audience members will be offered exclusive access to purchase the “& Juliet”-inspired bracelet by luxury jewelry brand Catbird. A special station will be set up in the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.

The Nov. 16 performance will be designated a sing-along show, in which theatergoers will be encouraged to sing to the score of “& Juliet.” Following the performance, cast members will take the stage for a panel discussion.

Finally, on Nov. 17, “& Juliet” will officially mark its first year on Broadway with a special curtain call.

Through the songs of pop megaproducer Max Martin, “& Juliet” imagines the story of Shakespeare’s famous Juliet if — after she discovers Romeo is dead — she decides to live. The jukebox musical features a book by David West Read with direction by Luke Sheppard.

“& Juliet” is produced by Max Martin, Tim Headington, Theresa Steele Page, Jenny Petersson, Martin Dodd and Eva Price.