What shows are included in DPAC’s 2024-25 Truist Broadway season? Here’s the schedule.

From Marty McFly and Doc Brown to Mrs. Peacock and Col. Mustard, the Durham Performing Arts Center’s 2024-25 Truist Broadway season features some new takes on iconic characters.

“Back to the Future: The Musical,” “Clue” and “The Wiz” are all coming to Durham, along with the Tony Award-winning “Shucked” and “Some Like it Hot.” DPAC announced the new line up Saturday.

Here is a look at the schedule, according to the news release.

Clue,” Sept. 3-8. Based on the classic board game and 1985 movie, the comedy dives into murder and blackmail as it explores whether it was Mrs. Peacock in the study with the knife or Col. Mustard in the library with the wrench.

& Juliet,” Oct. 1-6. Written by one of the writers from the Emmy-winning series “Schitt’s Creek,” the new musical and romantic comedy explores what would happen if Juliet didn’t kill herself after finding Romeo dead.

A Beautiful Noise: The Neil Diamond Musical,” Jan. 7-12, 2025. Created in collaboration with Neil Diamond, the musical tells the true story of how Diamond went from a kid in Brooklyn to an American rock icon.

Shucked,” March 4-9, 2025. A Tony Award-winning musical comedy that involves corn and the “battle for the heart and soul of a small town,” according to the musical’s website.

Kimberly Akimbo,” April 29-May 4, 2025. The new musical comedy is about a 16-year-old determined to find happiness while facing multiple challenges. It has won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

Back to the Future: The Musical.” May 20-25, 2025. Creators of the “Back to the Future” movies bring Marty McFly and Doc Brown’s epic, 1985 science-fiction adventure to the stage.

Some Like it Hot,” June 17-22, 2025. Winner of four Tony Awards, the musical follows two musicians forced to flee Prohibition-era Chicago after witnessing a mob hit.

The Wiz,” Aug. 5-10, 2025. The musical returns to the stage in the first Broadway tour in 40 years with a new adaptation on the soulful twist on “The Wizard of Oz.”

How to get DPAC tickets

DPAC is currently only selling season tickets for the 2024-25 season, the release states. Tickets to individual shows go on sale later in the season.

DPAC, which seats about 2,700, is owned by the city of Durham but managed by Nederlander and Professional Facilities management.