Posts Tagged ‘if/then’

Short and Sweet – If/Then

Posted on: March 2nd, 2016 by B.I. C. No Comments

 

Short and Sweet host Diana Martinez and guest critic Andrea Biwer discuss If/Then, a new musical now playing at the Oriental Theatre through March 6.

Martinez says “Make the choice for yourself to see this complex and thought provoking show!”.

Read more and watch at the Daily Herald website

If/Then Stories – Enter to win tickets!

Posted on: January 29th, 2016 by B.I. C. No Comments

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We all have an If/Then story…It’s a pivotal moment in your life guided by a seemingly insignificant decision or random act of fate that changes you. From falling in love, to getting a job, to meeting a lifelong friend…

Tell us your own If/Then story by filling out the form below to enter to win one of the following prizes:

Grand Prize – A pair of tickets to the first performance of If/Then on February 23rd, 2016 at the Oriental Theatre.
10 Runner-Up Prizes – A copy of the If/Then Original Cast Recording and an If/Then mousepad.

All entries must be submitted by 5 p.m. on February 19.

If/Then plays from February 23 – March 6 at the Oriental Theatre. To purchase tickets visit Ticketmaster.com

Full rules below

Play BIC-GO at the Summer Concert!

Posted on: August 11th, 2015 by B.I. C. No Comments

Last year we gave you the chance to win tickets by playing Broadway In Chicago Summer Concert BIC-GO and it was so popular we’re doing it again!

Join us in Millennium Park at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion August 17th at 6:15 pm for an evening of music and fun. This year’s Broadway In Chicago FREE Summer Concert in Millennium Park will include selections from: “Gotta Dance,” “42nd Street,” “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder,” “If/Then,” “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” “Beautiful – The Carole King Musical,” “Cabaret,” “Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage,” “Newsies,” and “The Lion King.”

Beginning today, you have the opportunity to be entered to win a pair of tickets to one of our upcoming productions of your choice that is featured in the summer concert by playing BIC-GO on social media – just like BINGO! Post your photos on Twitter or Instagram of any of the items on the BIC-GO board using #BICconcert and tag Broadway in Chicago. Once you have a completed row/column/diagonal of 5 in a row, make a post on Twitter or Instagram using #BICGO. You have up until August 24 to finish your BIC-GO card; the more rows you complete, the more you will be entered to win! Don’t forget about that free space – and be creative with your entries as some squares are open to interpretation. You can find the full rules below. Good luck and have fun snapping pictures!

 

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Tony Awards: Best Score

Posted on: June 2nd, 2014 by broadwayinchicago No Comments

These are the songs that get stuck in your head as you leave the theatre, listen to original cast recordings of repeatedly and catch yourself spontaneously bursting into singing out loud. You have the nominees for Best Score to thank for all of it.

 

Steven Lutvak and Robert L. Freedman – A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

Chad Beguelin, Alan Menken (pictured) Tim Rice, Howard Ashman – Aladdin

Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey – If/Then

Jason Robert Brown – The Bridges of Madison County

Listen to selections from the nominated scores below!

The “If/Then” Original Cast Recording is currently streaming on the USA Today website

Spring Road Conference Highlights

Posted on: May 19th, 2014 by broadwayinchicago No Comments

Last week, members of our team were able to attend the Spring Road Conference in New York City.

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The conference opened with a surprise appearance by Tommy Tune!

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Jon Stewart (“The Daily Show”) delivered the keynote address, stating about live theatre: “Why am I here? Here’s why…I can sit. And turn next to the person next to me and say ‘That was wonderful.'”

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Presentations, speeches and discussions followed with (from L to R): Tyne Daly and Bobby Steggert of “Mothers & Sons”, Chicago actress Jessie Mueller of “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical”, Audra McDonald, Idina Menzel and the creative team of “If/Then”, the creative team of Bullets Over Broadway, Bryan Cranston of “All the Way”. A performance from “Aladdin” with stars Adam Jacobs and Courtney Reed took place as well.

A fantastic time was had by all attendees and we’re excited to see some of these shows hit the road and come to Chicago in the future!