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The Crown- Live!

  • Playing at: Broadway Playhouse
  • Dates: February 23 - 28, 2021

BROADWAY IN CHICAGO UPDATES CHANGES IN SHOW SCHEDULES

(Chicago, March 17, 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: :

THE CROWN – LIVE!, BROADWAY PLAYHOUSE, APRIL 21 – 26, 2020 IS RESCHEDULED TO FEBRUARY 23 – 28, 2021

Ticket holders for THE CROWN – LIVE should contact their point of purchase for refunds or exchanges.

  • 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.


     

    Two actors reimagine the story of how Elizabeth Windsor became Queen Elizabeth II (and recreate three resplendent Netflix series) in 90 minutes of frenetic hat-passing, period accents and corgi impressions. A perfect treat for both fans of the show keenly waiting for the fourth season–and for those wondering what all the fuss is about! This new comedy comes from the pen of parodic mastermind Daniel Clarkson, co-creator of Olivier Award nominated hit shows Potted Potter and Potted Panto, and is directed by Owen Lewis, also an Olivier Award nominee for Morecambe and Wise homage Eric and Little Ern. Having been cruelly overlooked for her dream role as Queen Elizabeth in blockbuster series The Crown, budding starlet Beth brings her own take on the epic story of the Royal Family to the stage instead… with her agent Stanley coerced into playing (almost) all the other roles–from Prince Philip to Princess Margaret, and all the commoners in between.

    All patrons, regardless of age, must have a paid ticket for admission.




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