Venue Details

13 Star Starred
Music Box Theatre
3733 North Southport Avenue Chicago, IL 60613
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Piquet
Yelp didn't list it as a restaurant but we went to Julius Meinl for a light supper before the play. It is a block south of the theater.
NT Live: The Audience dining Jul 17 2013 star this tip starred
Piquet
Parking is awful. See review above.The City did a good job of discouraging me as a suburban person from spending my dollars in Chicago.
NT Live: The Audience travel Jul 17 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

20 ratings
4.6 average rating
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11 events
8 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 16 2013

The "live" broadcast of the stage play was well done. The video moves did not intrude on the theater experience. Visual were crisp and audio was excellent. I judge this using the Met Opera simulcasts. The play itself was marvelous. If it is...continued

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21 events
2 reviews
1 stars
attended Jul 16 2013

The play was excellent and the theater was comfortable.

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74 events
36 reviews
13 stars
attended Jul 16 2013

Great venue. The Music Box sells popcorn with butter at a great price!

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Website

http://www.musicboxtheatre.com/events/NT-Live-The-Audience

Quotes & Highlights

“Funny and truthful, good-hearted, spiky, full of surprises. I loved every minute.” —The Times (UK)

Description

National Theatre Live is an exciting initiative to broadcast live performances of the best of British Theatre to cinemas around the world.**

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The Music Box Theatre and  the National Theatre of London are proud to bring you this very special screening.  National Theatre Live will broadcast to limited cinemas across the world the highly-anticipated West End production of The Audience, with Helen Mirren reprising her Academy Award winning role as Queen Elizabeth II, performed in London’s Gielgud Theatre.