- Get tickets for Chicago to experience the longest-running Broadway musical in history.
Most theatregoers in America are familiar with Chicago, the longest-running Broadway musical in history. Those that have yet to experience this special theatrical treat need to book their tickets immediately. Currently enjoying a 4-month long run at the Ambassador Theatre, Chicago Broadway is truly memorable for audience members, both young and old.
What’s so special about Chicago?
Anyone who has witnessed the production will tell you what an enjoyable time they had at the theatre. It has everything, ranging from engaging characters to an interesting plot to astounding music and much more. Get lost in the upbeat choreography or appreciate the perfect set design representing Chicago during Prohibition.
Moreover, keep an eye out for the impressive performances from the talented cast members, especially Lana Gordon and Charlotte d’Amboise. However, all the other aspects pale in comparison to the brilliant plot of the musical that will keep you on the edge of your seats.
The engaging plotline
Roxie and Velma are two rival murderesses serving time in Cook County Jail. Roxie killed her boyfriend with who she cheated on her husband. Velma, on the other hand, murdered her husband and sister. She enlists the help of a defence lawyer, Billy Flynn, to handle her case. Soon, Billy uses the interest in Velma’s case to transform her into an overnight media sensation.
The lawyer takes Roxie’s case as well, turning her case into another popular event for the media. Soon Velma and Roxies are intertwined in a race to steal each other’s limelight. How will all of this culminate? What will happen to the two murderers by the end? To know more, make sure you book Chicago Broadway tickets soon. The song, dance and astonishing direction will leave you wanting more by the end of the production.
What you should know before booking
Chicago’s run at the Ambassador Theatre is expected to last between October 12, 2019, and February 2, 2020. Evening shows start at 8 pm from Mondays to Saturdays. On Sunday, this show starts an hour early at 7 pm. Matinee shows are scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays only, at 2.30 pm.
The two and a half-hour long Chicago Broadway production includes an interval in between. While the musical is suitable for people of all ages, children below 4 years are restricted from entering the show. Ambassador Theatre comprises 1088 seats. However, the popularity of the production is expected to result in sold-out shows.
Make sure you avoid carrying outside food to the theatre premises. Those who want to grab a quick bite can visit the nearby restaurants instead, either before or after the show. The air-conditioning inside the theatre runs all year round, which can make the premises too chilly for some.
Hose booking tickets online should make sure to save a copy of the transaction voucher on their mobile devices. Showing this voucher is integral when securing access to the venue. Carry valid photo identification along with you as well for hassle-free entrance.
Charlotte d’Amboise as Roxie Hart
Amra-Faye Wright as Velma Kelly
Tom Hewitt as Billy Flynn
Raymond Bokhour as Amos Hart
‘Cell Block Tango’, ‘All That Jazz’, ‘When You’re Good To Mama’ and ‘Roxie’.
Monday – Friday: 8:00 PM
Saturday: 2:30 PM and 8:00 PM
Sunday: 2:30 PM and 7:00 PM
Getting your tickets
You will receive your tickets via email shortly after booking. Please exchange your e-tickets for physical tickets with our uniformed Headout hosts outside the venue.
The theatre has a seating capacity of 1,088.
It is wheelchair accessible, and has an in-house bar and cloakroom.
Tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or refunded.