The Lion King (February/March) - I missed this last time it was in town. By all accounts this will be a Broadway spectacle beyond all measure. Looking forward to this one.
Cats (April) - This is a one-week engagement, not part of the regular season. Another I've never seen, but tempting to get tickets to this one since it is indeed a Broadway classic now.
Frost/Nixon (May) - Every so often they throw a non-musical play into the mix, and this is the most recent. From the synopsis: "Direct from Broadway, Frost/Nixon tackles the question: How did David Frost, a famous British talk show host with a playboy reputation, elicit the apology that the rest of the world was waiting to hear from former President Richard Nixon?" Tony Award nominated, should be interesting, if also from a historical prespective.
RENT (June) - Yet another return engagement, but this time Adam Pascal and Anthony Rapp, from the original Broadway cast, return to reprise their roles. I always say this is a must see everytime it comes to town, and this is definitely no exception.
Wicked (September/October) - Returning again after just two seasons ago, but this time for an entire month. This received an "unconditional 5 out of 5 stars" in my previous abbreviated review, and you absolutely must see this when it comes to town. If you don't like it, there's something wrong with you.
August: Osage County (October) - Highly praised, yet I've never heard of it. Probably because once again, it's not a musical. Read your own reviews.
Fiddler on the Roof (November/December) - Numerous classic songs in this, from "Tradition" to "If I Were a Rich Man". Hard to argue with this one as another great one.
Should turn out to be a heck of a season, I'd say.