Venue Details

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Apollo Theater - Mainstage
2540 N. Lincoln Avenue Chicago, IL 60614
773-935-6100
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Went to a place called Bar Forza, about a block south of the theater. The food was pretty good. Would go again.
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The weather was mild. I wore black jeans, black tank top, blue scarf..
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Reviews & Ratings

73 ratings
4.2 average rating
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8 reviews
13 stars
attended Aug 06 2010

We loved "Baby Wants Candy." The show was hilarious (our suggested show title involved Ophra and werewolves). The actors and musicians were very good and really presented a funny, cohesive, and not too long show from scratch just based on the...continued

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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Jul 10 2009

This show was hilarious!! What an amazing cast! I took my best friend to see it for his birthday and we had a wonderful time! The live band was a wonderful addition and made some of the scenes! I highly recommend seeing this show.

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11 reviews
0 stars
attended Nov 05 2010

Lots of fun, crowd energy, and adult beverages available in the lobby... well worth it!

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Website

http://babywantscandy.com/index.php

Description

This show often contains adult language and content, and is recommended for ages 15 and older.

About the Ticket Supplier: Baby Wants Candy

Baby Wants Candy is a Chicago-based theater group that has amazed audiences around the world with our signature show, a completely improvised hour-long musical.

The Musical has rocked audiences all around the world. Truly every aspect of the musical is improvised: the plot and characters, the musical accompaniment; even the song lyrics and what we like to call the "choreography" are completely made up on the spot, with no pre-planned structure to help us. The result is a show that has been described as a cross between "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" and "The Simpsons." The show is always exciting, hilarious, and above all, fun!