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Broadway In Chicago is your resource to make your trip to the theatre an event to remember!  Purchase tickets, find directions, purchase parking in advance, plan lunch or dinner at one of our award-winning partner restaurants, book a room at one of our amazing partner hotels and much more!

Whether you live in the Chicago area or are planning a once-in-a-lifetime trip, there are a million places to visit and things to do in Chicago in addition to seeing a hit Broadway production. Let us help point you in the right direction as you choose between all of Chicago’s top restaurants, nightlife, shopping and museums.

Explore the depths of the ocean at the Shedd Aquarium. Catch a fly ball at Wrigley Field. Take in a show at any of our five theatres. Ride the Ferris Wheel at Navy Pier. And that’s just day one.

Chicago boasts some of the best cuisine, attractions and entertainment in the U.S., including several of the top 100 restaurants in the country, the tallest building in the US, and one of the best orchestras in the world in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. From shopaholics and sports enthusiasts to entertainment seekers and foodies, Chicago has something for everyone.

Broadway In Chicago asks all guests to arrive early and travel light. For the comfort, safety and security of all patrons, Broadway In Chicago reserves the right to search bags for security reasons, regardless of size, but backpacks and other large bags that are approximately 10″ x 10″  or larger may be searched prior to entering the theatre and as such could cause a delay. Should your bag be too large to fit under your seat, you will be required to check it.  Bag check is $2.00 per item.

BROADWAY IN CHICAGO UPDATES CHANGES IN SHOW SCHEDULES

(Chicago, March 18, 2020) The safety and health of our patrons, staff and theatrical companies is our top priority. In response to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 (coronavirus) here is an update of the shows that are canceled or are rescheduled: :

ILLINOIS HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL THEATRE AWARDS, BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE, JUNE 1, 2020 – Broadway In Chicago is cancelling the IHSMTA 2020 event; however, we will continue to take 2020 student submissions and will recognize the students virtually including highlighting their talent on a virtual stage through Broadway In Chicago’s “Around Broadway In 80 Days” social media campaign.

KEANE – CAUSE AND EFFECT TOUR, CADILLAC PALACE THEATRE, MARCH 20, 2020 – CANCELLED
MY FAIR LADY, CADILLAC PALACE THEATRE, MARCH 24 – APRIL 12, 2020 IS RESCHEDULED TO MAY 12 – 23, 2021
WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME, BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE, ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED THROUGH APRIL 12, 2020 – CANCELLED
ONCE UPON A ONE MORE TIME, JAMES M. NEDERLANDER THEATRE, ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED APRIL 14 – MAY 17, 2020 – CANCELLED
THE CHOIR OF MAN, BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE, APRIL 14 – 19, 2020 IS RESCHEDULED TO FEBRUARY 2 – 7, 2021
THE CROWN – LIVE!, BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE, APRIL 21 – 26, 2020 IS RESCHEDULED TO FEBRUARY 23 – 28, 2021
THE OFFICE! A MUSICAL PARODY, BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE, APRIL 28 – MAY 17, 2020 IS RESCHEDULED TO FEBRUARY 9 – 21, 2021
WAITRESS, CIBC THEATRE, MAY 19 – 24, 2020 IS RESCHEDULED TO MARCH 16 – 21, 2021
THE SIMON & GARFUNKEL STORY, CIBC THEATRE, MAY 12 – 17, 2020 IS RESCHEDULED TO DECEMBER 1 – 6, 2020
GOSHEN, BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE, MAY 22 – 31, 2020 – CANCELLED

Ticket holders for the above productions, including refunds for WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME, KEANE – CAUSE AND EFFECT TOUR, ONCE UPON A ONE MORE TIME and GOSHEN
AND refunds or exchanges for MY FAIR LADY, THE CHOIR OF MAN, THE CROWN – LIVE, THE OFFICE! A MUSICAL PARODY, THE SIMON & GARFUNKEL STORY, and WAITRESS should contact their point of purchase.

  • If you purchased through Ticketmaster, call 800-775-2000.
  • If you purchased through the box office, call Broadway In Chicago Customer Service 312-977-1702, [email protected].
  • If you are a Broadway In Chicago Subscriber, call 312-977-1717,[email protected]
  • If you purchased your tickets through Broadway In Chicago Group Sales call 312-977-1710,[email protected]
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    Our future productions will continue to be reviewed as further guidance and recommendations are provided by the CDC and Chicago Department of Public Health.