Venue Details

8 Star Starred
Harold Washington Cultural Center
4701 S. King Drive Chicago, IL 60653
773-373-1900
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Parking is cheap
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Parking is free
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No food allowed
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Goldstar Member
Or, add your own...Go across street to Uncle Joe's jerk chicken--oh so good!
dining Jun 17 2013 star this tip starred
Blkstrawberry N WhiteChocolate
The weather was windy. I wore dresses and heels.
dress Jul 04 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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4.2 average rating
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48 events
41 reviews
49 stars
attended Jun 15 2013

Great show actors and singing was fantastic, great job all like what you doing with kids we need to support you more i definitely recommend seeing this show because it's... continued

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33 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 16 2013

Fabulous. A must see. All the energy, drama and laughs of the original cast.

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16 reviews
20 stars
attended Jun 16 2013

was pleasently suprised how nice the theater was !!! the singing was great but the actor/singer who sang the reffer song was outstanding... Laugh! Laugh! Laugh! he was hilarious!!!!

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More Information

Website

http://www.broadwayinbronzeville.com/events/aint-misbehavin/

Description

Approximate running time: 2 hours with 1 intermission

The mighty entertaining Fats Waller classic presented by Broadway in Bronzeville is an intoxicating combination of a dry martini and a dirty joke, savored over the sassiest 1930s era jazz. The Tony Award®-winning musical will have you tappin’ your feet, shoutin out, and wanting more when it ends.

About the Ticket Supplier: Harold Washington Cultural Center

The mission of the Harold Washington Cultural Center is to preserve and protect the rich, diverse culture, and history of African Americans through the education and professional development of Chicago's youth.