Cannot take any photos inside at all.
The weather was nice. I wore earplugs!.
The weather was very pleasant late night.. I wore jeans. Some dressed up a bit. The majority were casual..
If you're staying in downtown Chicago, you can easily take a Red Line (we got on at Harrison) to Howard. The theatre is a short walk from the Howard stop.
When the show starts you are not allowed to purchase anymore alcohol. Stock up early. Also, they don't check people so bringing in other alcohol seems to be easy.
You can park in the theater's lot, which is small and fills up fast, or park in any one of a number of lots nearby.
The aisle seat was fine. It's open seating so arrive early.
Parking was great for a Saturday night parked right across the street
The CTA took me right there
Bring in a snack, snack shop $$ are rediculous
We were there for our son's 16th birthday and didn't know it could have been announced.
Someone took are seats,we were 20 min late
Went to the 7pm show and it was crowded
DId not eat out
They will provide a booster seats for smaller children
Didn't east there - went to the matinee & wanted to avoid rush hour trafffic leaving the city.
We parked in the lot & it was very convenient.
1pm Show on Saturday. Parking nearby for $14
Went on a Sunday 30mins before the show and found free parking just south of Clark on Halsted.
Our seats were a little too far away.
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