Bottoms up! The national tour of the hilarious, clever, and grin-inducing SOMETHING ROTTEN! has arrived at the Oriental Theatre in a first-rate production that’s worth celebrating.
The fifth work from the fathers of musical theater, Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II, the KING AND I, based on Margaret Landon’s novel ANNA AND THE KING OF SIAM, features a gorgeous score that sweeps us through the story of an English schoolteacher who comes to Siam to educate the children of the King, and consequently, the King himself.
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Broadway In Chicago has announced the twenty-four students nominated for Best Actor and Best Actress, and nominees for Best Production, Best Direction and the Grosh Award for Best Scenic Design in the sixth annual Illinois High School Musical Theatre Awards.
League members will honor Route 66 Theatre Company as the recipient of the Broadway In Chicago Emerging Theatre Award, Michael and Mona Heath with the Tribute Award, Cheryl Lynn Bruce with the Lifetime Achievement Award, and Lookingglass Theatre Company Ensemble with the Artistic Achievement Award.
Broadway In Chicago has announced their annual free BROADWAY IN CHICAGO SUMMER CONCERT, sponsored by ABC 7 Chicago and hosted by Janet Davies.
Broadway In Chicago has announced its next season line-up: SCHOOL OF ROCK, WICKED, THE HUMANS and LOVE NEVER DIES. Two additional shows — IRVING BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS and MOTOWN THE MUSICAL — will be available for purchase outside of the regular season ticket. Tickets go on sale March 29, but current subscribers can renew subscriptions starting today.
The first national tour of BEAUTIFUL – The Carole King Musical has added four additional weeks to the Chicago return engagement, and will now play Broadway In Chicago’s Cadillac Palace Theatre December 5, 2017 through January 28, 2018.
Producer Jeffrey Seller announced this morning that Tony Award nominee Daniel Breaker will replace Wayne Brady in the Chicago company of HAMILTON as Aaron Burr. He will begin performances on Tuesday, April 11. Brady’s run as Burr is ending as previously scheduled. Breaker received a Tony Award nomination for his...