A BROADWAY BLOCKBUSTER RE-IMAGINED
Now - Nov 3, 2019
Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse
Music by John Kander
Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins
Script adaptation by David Thompson
Directed by Peter Rothstein
Music Direction by Denise Prosek
Choreography by Kelli Foster Warder
Featuring Robert O. Berdahl, Dorian Brooke, Fernando Collado, Michelle de Joya, Jaclyn Juola, Joey Miller, Britta Ollmann, Dylan Rugh, Maureen Sherman-Mendez, Reed Sigmund, Elly Stahlke, Jessica Staples, and Regina Marie Williams
Set in Chicago during the roaring 1920s and based on real-life murders and trials, CHICAGO follows Roxie Hart, a wannabe vaudevillian star who murders her secret lover. In the Cook County Jail, Roxie meets her hero, the famed double-murderess and nightclub performer Velma Kelly. Tensions come to a head as the two murderesses vie for the ultimate spotlight. Broadway’s longest-running American musical, CHICAGO is a female-driven powerhouse. It’s a dazzling and satirical look at fame, justice, and the American media machine set to one of Broadway’s greatest scores.
ON-STAGE SEATING FOR CHICAGO
CHICAGO will have limited general admission on-stage seating (labeled as Stage Seating GA), as well as the normal reserved seating in our main section.
THERE WILL BE NO LATE SEATING ON STAGE.
Please see our Ticket Policy for more and other FAQ.
Show warnings: CHICAGO contains hypo-allergic haze, simulated gunshot sounds, strobe-like lighting effects, and adult themes and is not intended for audiences 13 years and younger. For other FAQs, please see our ticket policy.
Single tickets start at $33 and are on sale now!
Click the link below, or call our Box Office at 612-339-3003 to purchase.
Theater Latté Da is grateful for the generosity of our Production Sponsors,
Kent Allin and Tom Knabel.
PS = Post Show Discussion
HH = Post-show Happy Hour
ASL/AD Performance is Thursday, Oct 3 at 7:30 pm. Reduced price tickets are available for $17.50 for ASL/AD patrons and one guest. Please call 612-339-3003 to purchase.
Photo credit Dan Norman
Costume design by Alice Fredrickson
Director: Peter Rothstein**
Music Director: Denise Prosek†
Choreographer: Kelli Foster-Warder**
Assistant Director: Anna Moskowitz
Scenic Designer: Eli Sherlock
Costume Designer: Alice Fredrickson
Sound Designer: C Andrew Mayer^
Lighting Designer: Mary Shabatura
Wig, Makeup, and Hair Designer: Paul Bigot
Dialect Coach: Keely Wolter
Dramaturg: Elissa Adams
Production Director: Allen Weeks
Production Coordinator: Tricia Hofeld
Production Stage Manager: Tiffany K. Orr*
Assistant Stage Manager: Megan Fae Dougherty*
Technical Director: Bethany Reinfeld
Properties Master: Abbee Warmboe
Master Carpenter: Eric Charlton
Scenic Charge: Sara Herman
Master Electrician: Micayla Thebault-Spieker
Audio Engineer: Nicholas Tranby
Costume Shop Manager: Clara Cavins
Wardrobe Supervisor: Dakota Blankenship
Stage Management Intern: Katie McLean
Carpenters: Whitley Cobb, Madi Smith, Tom Spalding
Scenic Painter: Lili Payne
Props Artisans: Zeb Hults, Erin Gustafson, Matt Jurek
Stitchers: Suzanne Jankowski & Rane Oganowski
Follow Spots: Joanna McLarnan, Kyla Moloney, Jeremy Ellarby, Nick Fetting, Em Friedman
Electricians: Alex Clark, Ray Steveson, Claudia Erickson, Garvin Jellison, Becky Raines, Grant Merges, Jeremy Ellarby, Mairead Koehler, Tony Stoeri, Matt Earley
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors
**Member of SDC, the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union
†Member of Twin Cities Musicians Union, American Federation of Musicians
^Member of the United Scenic Artists, a national union that represents designers and scenic painters for the American theater