Broadway In Chicago (Chicago, IL) has announced its next season that will feature the Pre-Broadway premiere Paradise Square, along with Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!, Hairspray, Hadestown, Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, and Ain’t Too Proud.
The off-season specials will include: The Play That Goes Wrong, Mystery Science Theatre 3000 Live, The Prom, Jersey Boys, Fiddler on the Roof and Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas.
Current subscribers can now renew by visiting BroadwayInChicago.com or calling (312) 977-1717. New subscriptions will go on sale to the public on Wednesday, September 8. Subscriber benefits include savings of up to 58% off ticket prices this season, discounts on both parking and suite service, invitations to Broadway In Chicago exclusive events, free exchange privileges based on availability and more.
The Broadway In Chicago line-up, including performance dates and venues, is as follows:
|Paradise Square||James M. Nederlander Theatre||November 2–December 5, 2021|
|Mystery Science Theatre 3000 Live||CIBC Theatre||December 11, 2021|
|The Play That Goes Wrong||Broadway Playhouse||December 7, 2021–January 30, 2022|
|How The Grinch Stole Christmas||James M. Nederlander Theatre||December 21, 2021–January 2, 2022|
|Oklahoma!||CIBC Theatre||January 11-23, 2022|
|Hairspray||CIBC Theatre||February 1-13, 2022|
|Hadestown||CIBC Theatre||March 2-13, 2022|
|The Prom||Cadillac Palace Theatre||April 19-24, 2022|
|Jersey Boys||Cadillac Palace Theatre||May 3-8, 2022|
|Fiddler on the Roof||Cadillac Palace Theatre||May 17-22, 2022|
|To Kill A Mockingbird||James M. Nederlander Theatre||May 17-29, 2022|
|Ain’t Too Proud||Cadillac Palace Theatre||May 24–June 5, 2022|
Broadway In Chicago looks forward to October 5 when they reopen their theatres. In addition to planning the return of fabulous Broadway shows, their vaccinated staff has been working diligently to ensure that the return to their theatres will be safe and inviting. Broadway In Chicago has enhanced the air handling and filtration throughout the theatres, incorporated new sanitation technologies, and has reduced all touchpoints including initiating mobile ticketing and arranging for mobile Playbills to be available.
Their theatres will operate at 100% capacity; as such, staff and audience will be required to wear masks just as they are required for public transportation. Additional requirements may be considered and added, such as proof of vaccination for those 12 and older. As they are not opening our doors until October 5, Broadway In Chicago will continue to evaluate all protocols to conform to all Federal, State, and Local requirements and follow changing rules and guidelines as they evolve for the safety of our patrons. For the most up-to-date protocols, visit www.BroadwayInChicago.com/covid19