Venue Details

271 Star Starred
Royal George Theatre
Across the street from Steppenwolf Theatre 1641 North Halsted Street Chicago, IL 60614
312-988-9000
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Member Tips

dress

Casual
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Goldstar Member
Take food and drink from bar
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Goldstar Member
Usual
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Goldstar Member
$12 valet
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Goldstar Member
Sit back and enjoy
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Goldstar Member
Cash bar was nice, but no ATM in the building.
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erniet
Definitely casual
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Reviews & Ratings

199 ratings
4.4 average rating
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46 events
17 reviews
7 stars
attended Apr 14 2013

We just loved this show! The performances are great. I can't wait to see these actors in future shows as well. We are even going to try to see it again if we can fit it in. Highly recommend it!

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31 events
17 reviews
13 stars
attended Apr 11 2013

Your seats are immersed in the show. The actors/vocal performers are all around you. Had a blast.

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Goldstar Member Red Velvet
32 events
13 reviews
4 stars
attended Mar 29 2013

Full of energy and fun from beginning to end. Do not miss this production. Each actor is fabulous.

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Website

http://smokeyjoescafechicago.com/

Quotes & Highlights

Smokey Joe’s Cafe won 2013 Jeff Awards for Best Production of a Revue, Best Direction of a Musical or Revue, and Best Music Direction.
“A first-rate ensemble rocks and rolls through the Leiber and Stoller catalog in a powerhouse revue revival.” –_Time Out Chicago _
“A night well spent, especially when the singers are as strong and enthusiastic as the very game emerging talents belting out the likes of ‘Kansas City’ and ‘Poison Ivy’ … A retro party night … these performers deliver a fine way to forget the stresses of the week.” —Chicago Tribune