Chicago Combines Murder! Music! And All that Jazz!
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The last date listed for Chicago was Saturday July 30, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Spring Awakening took Broadway by storm when it debuted, winning eight Tony Awards (including Best Musical). Punctuated by an electrifying and hauntingly beautiful rock score by Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater, Spring Awakening follows a group of teenagers as they navigate the confusing and often troubled waters of adolescence and their budding sexuality. Based on an Expressionist play that caused a scandal in 19th-century Germany, it's a bold and touching musical that captures the timeless and turbulent experience of youth transitioning to adulthood. The characters must grapple with issues like teen suicide, pregnancy and identity -- tough topics that remain as relevant as ever. Learn More
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Hello, unfortunately I did not like this play. The dancers were not professional and I did not like the casted Roxie or Velma. Was I spoiled by the movie CHICAGO? I saw Chicago at the Pantages and felt the same (although this one was even less to my expectations than that one). I mean---the Cell Block tango just doesn't need to be done if it's not going to be done RIGHT! The one thing I did like was the singing: Mama was a good singer. But other than that---for any LOVERS of Chicago like me---skip this one.
With show-stopping numbers, choreographed by Morgan-Wixson veteran Krystal Combs and directed by Geoffrey Award-winner Anne Gesling, this is a show you won't want to miss.
Featuring six actors from last summer's successful MWT production, A Chorus Line, and four actors from last year's Morgan-Wixson hit, Urinetown