Chicago Theatre Week


Chicago Theatre Week is Back! Experience the thrill of live theatre for just $15 or $30 (or less!) from Feb. 17 – 27

Chicago Theatre Week is an annual celebration that features value-priced tickets to musicals, improv, dramas, and beyond. Chicago Theatre Week allows visitors and residents to sample the extraordinary range of theatrical offerings throughout the Chicago area.

Here’s a brief selection, please check out the full line-up on the website.

Broadway in Chicago

Broadway in Chicago is known for attracting pre-Broadway productions as well as highlights such as The Producers, Spamalot, Movin’ Out, The Addams Family, Pretty Woman, and long-run engagements including Wicked, Disney’s The Lion King, The Book of Mormon, and Hamilton.

During Chicago Theatre week, $30 tickets are available for The Play that Goes WrongCome From Away, and The Simon and Garfunkel Story

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

The orchestra founded back in 1891, is still considered one of the best orchestras in the world. Some of the world-renowned conductors and special artists perform more than one hundred concerts each year at both the Symphony Center in the Loop and the Ravinia Festival in Chicago’s North Shore.

Tourists visiting Chicago will enjoy the sounds of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra through best-selling recordings and frequently sold-out tours around the world.

During Chicago Theatre Week, tickets are offered for $15 or $30. Various performances from February 19-20 are available for purchase.

Goodman Theatre

Chicago’s oldest and largest non-profit theater has made a name for itself by the quality of its productions as well as the diversity of artistic leadership and the excellence of its community and educational programs.

Tickets are now available for the Gem of the Ocean, a play that deals with tensions in Pittsburgh’s Hill District in 1904, as slavery shadow still lingers around.

Enjoy Chicago Theatre Week!

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