Broadway In Chicago announces the return engagement of the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys, the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. The musical will make its return to Chicago to play the Cadillac Palace Theatre (151 W Randolph) for the first time, May 12 through May 24, 2015. Jersey
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Producers of the pre-Broadway world premiere of The Last Ship announce 10 pairs of rush tickets will be available to patrons for all performances. These rush tickets will be available for $25/ticket at the box office only, on the day of the performance, when the box office opens (10:00 am all days except Sunday at
The League of Chicago Theatres announces Oracle Productions as the winner of the 2014 Broadway In Chicago Emerging Theater Award. This is the eighth year of the award, which provides $5,000, a consultation with Broadway In Chicago staff members and a marketing package that includes advertising support. The award was created in 2007 to encourage,
Passion, a musical of love and obsession, took home top honors for Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre at the 41st Annual Non-Equity Jeff Awards ceremony recognizing excellence in non-union Chicago theatre, June 2. Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre’s “Passion”, Stephen Sondheim’s moody musical which portrays a 19th century love triangle of a soldier, his lover, and an
Chicago actors Boyd Harris and Layne Manzer announce the founding of Cole Theatre, working under an Equity contract with non-profit status. With the tagline “victory of the people” as its battle cry, Cole Theatre is an arena for underused and under-sung artists to rise up and be seen louder and clearer. The name “Cole” is