Venue Details

24 Star Starred
Jedlicka Performing Arts Center
3801 South Central Avenue Cicero, IL 60804
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43 events
19 reviews
17 stars
The weather was cool.. I wore casual, jeans and seatshirt..
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53 events
50 reviews
58 stars
The weather was perfect. I wore casual.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Whistle Down the Wind"
21 ratings
4.1 average rating
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12 events
4 reviews
2 stars
attended Jul 28 2013

Location was convenient and quaint. Performance was mediocre; lead characters were very good but others not up to par. This may have been the 1st performance in front of an audience but they were unexcited and flat. I would go to this venue again...continued

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94 events
49 reviews
22 stars
attended Aug 09 2013

The music and singing were phenomenal! We took our 14 year old son as well as my parents and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the show.

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Havana Red Velvet
62 events
23 reviews
28 stars
attended Jul 26 2013

The show was very enjoyable and well acted. The musical score was beautiful... The theater is very cozy, friendly, and has plenty of parking.

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More Information



Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber 

Lyrics by Jim Steinman 

Book by Patricia Knop, Gale Edwards and Andrew Lloyd Webber 

Directed by Dante J. Orfei 

Music Directed by John Warren 

Choreographed by Kelsey Overberg

About the Ticket Supplier: Jedlicka Performing Arts Center

The Jedlicka Performing Arts Center (at Morton College) is in its 32nd season of producing an affordable lineup of outstanding plays and musicals just outside the Chicago city limits. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Dante Orfei, JPAC provides a varied season of 3 plays and 3 musicals to over 6,000 patrons a year including over 300 subscribers. JPAC is committed to high production values and low prices and has become known for Chicago premieres of new and rarely produced work and for lavish productions of large-scale Broadway musicals under the auspices of a highly credentialed college faculty.