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20 Star Starred
Hart Auditorium
Georgetown University Law Center 600 New Jersey Ave., NW Washington, DC 20001
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This Georgetown Gilbert & Sullivan Society venue should feel guilty for taking money from patrons.
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190 reviews
65 stars
attended Nov 03 2010

I'd seen Chicago before on stage and screen, but this GGSS production was like seeing it for the fiorst time. All performers portrayed their roles with effervescent artistry. The coziness of the venue added to the enjoyment.

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2 stars
attended Nov 05 2010

The show seemed to be very well rehearsed, and the venue was intimate, but altogether the show was too big for the performers.

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0 stars
attended Nov 03 2010

This was very entertaining. Thank you to the cast and crew for all of your hard work to make it happen!

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Quotes & Highlights

See Catherine Zeta-Jones perform “All That Jazz” from the movie Chicago on YouTube.


Chicago opened at the 46th Street Theatre in June 1975, with a cast that included Gwen Verdon (Roxie), Chita Rivera (Velma) and Jerry Orbach (Billy). Although the show enjoyed a run of 898 performances, it was overshadowed by the popularity of A Chorus Line, which opened the same year. Chicago remained one of Broadway’s most underappreciated gems until 1997, when it was revived on Broadway with choreography by Ann Reinking “in the style of Bob Fosse.” This production went on to win 6 Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical, Best Lighting Design, Best Choreography and Best Direction of a Musical.

About the Ticket Supplier: Georgetown Gilbert & Sullivan Society

The Georgetown Gilbert and Sullivan Society is a student organization of the Georgetown Law Center that has been active for more than 35 years.