—"All My Sons." John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, Patrick Wilson and Katie Holmes star in a revival of Arthur Miller's morality play. Gerald Schoenfeld. Telecharge. Closes Jan. 11.
—"Avenue Q." Love blossoms among the 20-something set — a group that includes puppets — in this very funny, adult musical comedy. Golden. Telecharge.
—"Billy Elliot." A young man in Britain's bleak coal country yearns to dance. A musical based on the hit film. Imperial. Telecharge.
—"Chicago." This Kander and Ebb-Bob Fosse creation is Broadway's longest running musical revival and deservedly so. Melora Hardin of television's "The Office" plays Roxie Hart Dec. 29-Feb. 12. Ambassador. Telecharge.
—"Equus." Richard Griffiths and Daniel Radcliffe star in a revival of Peter Shaffer's play about a young man who blinds six horses — and why he did it. Broadhurst. Telecharge. Closes Feb. 8.
—"Gypsy." A powerhouse Patti LuPone stars as the mother of stripper Gypsy Rose Lee in a revival of one of the greatest of all Broadway musicals. St. James. Telecharge. Closes Jan. 11.
—"Hedda Gabler." Mary-Louise Parker stars as Ibsen's iconoclastic heroine in a new adaptation by Christopher Shinn. Now in previews. Opens Jan. 25. American Airlines. 212-719-1300.
—"In the Heights." The lively off-Broadway musical about Latino residents in an area of upper Manhattan called Washington Heights moves to Broadway. Winner of the 2008 Tony Award for best musical. Richard Rodgers. Ticketmaster.
—"Jersey Boys." The musical story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Winner of four 2006 Tonys including best musical. August Wilson. Telecharge. Difficult.
—"Mamma Mia!" The London musical sensation featuring the pop songs of ABBA makes it to Broadway. Die-hard ABBA fans will like it best. Winter Garden. Telecharge.
—"Mary Poppins." The world's most famous nanny comes to the stage after her great success as a P.L. Travers book and a Disney movie. New Amsterdam. Ticketmaster, a special Disney hot line, 212-307-4747.
—"Monty Python's Spamalot." A musical inspired by that demented film comedy "Monty Python and the Holy Grail." Shubert. Telecharge. Closes Jan. 11.
—"Pal Joey." Young Chicago hustler meets older female socialite. A Roundabout Theatre Company revival of the classy 1940 Rodgers and Hart musical. The cast includes Stockard Channing, Martha Plimpton and, in the title role, Matthew Risch. Studio 54. 212-719-1300. Closes Feb. 15.
—"Shrek The Musical." DreamWorks' cinematic green ogre makes it to the stage in this show based on the movie and the William Steig book. Broadway. Telecharge.
—"South Pacific." A luxurious, musically splendid revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical based on one of the short stories in James A. Michener's "Tales of the South Pacific." Vivian Beaumont. Telecharge. Difficult.
—"Speed-The-Plow." A revival of David Mamet's darkly comic play about the Hollywood film industry. Norbert Leo Butz (through Jan. 11), Elisabeth Moss and Raul Esparza star. William H. Macy takes over for Butz on Jan. 13 for the rest of the show's limited engagement. Ethel Barrymore. Telecharge. Closes Feb. 22.
—"Spring Awakening." A striking rock musical based on Frank Wedekind's classic drama about a dozen young people discovering their sexual identities. Music by Duncan Sheik. Book and lyrics by Steven Sater. Eugene O'Neill. Telecharge. Closes Jan. 18.