Guests arrive at The Majestic Theatre. Photo by Scott Ball.
Guests arrive at The Majestic Theatre. Photo by Scott Ball.

The North Park Lexus Broadway in San Antonio has released its 2016-2017 show lineup for its 26th season at the Majestic Theatre. Productions start in September and include a wide range of Broadway plays to carry the season through June 2017.

“Our shows continue to perform to capacity crowds and we’re thrilled to have another season that offers a little something for everyone including market debuts, family favorites, classics, revivals and new Broadway blockbusters,” stated Mike Rilley, general manager of the Majestic and Charline McCombs Empire Theatres, in a press release.

Gracing the Majestic’s stage will be classics like Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music” along with more contemporary productions like Tony Award-winning Guadio and Crewe’s “Jersey Boys.”

Season ticket subscription packages are now on sale starting at $209 for a six-show package and $234 for a seven-show package that includes a season option of either “Jersey Boys” or “Rent.” To purchase a package, visit or call 1-800-215-7469.

Current season subscribers will receive renewal packets in the mail in the next two weeks, or can view their renewal invoice online. The renewal deadline is Friday, March 11.

You can reserve group seats now by calling 210-226-5967. Ticket sales for individual shows will be available at a later date.

The full list of shows for 2016-2017 season are:

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music” – Sept. 13-18, 2016

Roundabout Theatre Company’s “Cabaret” – Oct. 25-30, 2016

Gaudio and Crewe’s “Jersey Boys” – Dec. 6-11, 2016 (Season Option)

“The Illusionists” – Jan. 10-15, 2017

Larson’s “Rent” –March 3-5, 2017 (Season Option)

McGrath, Weill, Goffin, King and Mann’s “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” – March 14-19, 2017

Graham, Barlow and Kennedy’s “Finding Neverland” – May 2-7, 2017

Kelly and Minchin’s “Matilda the Musical” – June 6-11, 2017

*Top image: Guests arrive at The Majestic Theatre.  Photo by Scott Ball. 

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Camille Garcia is a journalist born and raised in San Antonio. She formerly worked at the San Antonio Report as assistant editor and reporter. Her email is