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Winner of 6 Tony Awards

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November 29 - December 1, 2024

Chicago still glitters hypnotically!

Ben Brantley, New York Times

Why See Chicago - The Musical?

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A Broadway phenomenon since its inception in 1975, Chicago puts the BAD in, well bad-ass dames. A scorching musical satire on celebrity and crime, Chicago is a fearless portrayal of the pursuit of infamy that rings true in any decade. Set in 1920s Chicago, the tale focuses on two women both accused of murdering their lovers, and their insidious journey to freedom, justice be damned. The world's longest musical revival is currently on a hugely successful North American tour, so break out the fish-nets, tap shoes and practice your jazz hands!

The Name on Everybody's Lips is Gonna Be....?

Velma Kelly is a glamorous cabaret performer awaiting trial for the murder of her philandering husband and twin sister in Cook County Jail. Having grown used to her infamy and celebrity status as the 'wronged woman' she is furious when she finds herself upstaged by a seemingly innocent ingenue, chorus girl Roxie Hart, a firstly timid but later ambitious go-getter who threatens Velma's carefully cultivated limelight. With an equally ambitious and money-minded lawyer, Billy Flynn, the two women embark on a cold war of sorts, upstaging each other to reclaim the public's love, and to escape the hangman's noose.

This starts a battle over the charismatic Flynn's attentions, which Velma and Roxie must compete to get themselves off death row and onto the stage where they believe their infamy will draw in the crowds. Throw into the mix a corrupt prison warden called Mama Morton, who accepts money in exchange for privileges, and the action behind bars heats up whilst their fellow prisoners are left to fend for themselves at the mercy of the public defenders. Will they both escape the executioner? Or will their bickering prevail in sending them both to the gallows instead of the vaudeville stage?

The Truth Behind the Legend

As outrageous as the story appears, it was in fact inspired by the 1926 play of the same name, and based on the records of court reporter Maurine Dallas Watkins of the high-profile trials of murderesses Beulah Annan and Belva Gareter for the Chicago Tribune. The state's press and public were immediately enamoured of the sensationalist reporting, making the women into celebrities overnight and changing attitudes whilst the Jazz Age freed women from previous societal bounds.

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Opening night: 29 November 2024


Chicago may be inappropriate for children aged 12 and under. Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted.

Run time

Two hours 30 minutes with one 15-minute intermission

Cast and Creative


Bianca Marroquin as Roxie Hart
Lana Gordon as Velma Kelly
Peter Lockyer as Billy Flynn
Paul C. Vogt as Amos Hart
Jennifer Fouche as Matron 'Mama' Morton
D.Ratell as Mary Sunshine
Kate Wesler as Go-To-Hell Kitty/ understudy Roxie and Velma
Deon Ridley as Bailiff/Court Clerk/understudy Billy Flynn
Christophe Caballero as Swing/Dance Captain
Lani Corson as June/understudy Velma Kelly
Seth Danner as Harry/Martin Harrison
Monica Woods as Liz
Andrew Eckert as Fred Casely
Arian Keddell as Annie
Alexa Jane Lowis as Hunyak/understudy Mama Morton
Grant Paylor as Swing
Anthony LaGuardia as Aaron
Taylor Collins as Doctor/Judge
Charity van Tassel as Swing
Kyle Dupree as Sgt. Fogarty
Matthew Winnegge as Jury Member/understudy Amos Hart
Alida Michal as Mona/understudy Velma Kelly


Music, Book and Lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb

Original Direction by Bob Fosse

Direction by Walter Bobbie

Choreography by Ann Reinking

Set Design by John Lee Beatty

Costumes by William Ivey Long


Best Musical
Best Book Of A Musical - Bob Fosse and Fred Ebb
Best Original Score - John Kander and Fred Ebb
Best Performance By A Leading Actor In A Musical - Jerry Orbach
Best Performance By A Leading Actress In A Musical - Chita Rivera and Gwen Verdon
Best Direction Of A Musical - Bob Fosse
Best Choreography - Bob Fosse
Best Scenic Design - Tony Walton
Best Costume Design - Patricia Zipprodt
Best Lighting Design - Jules Fisher

Outstanding Lighting Design - Jules Fisher
Outstanding Actor In A Musical - Jerry Orbach - nomination 


Grammy Award For Best Cast Show Album


Best New Musical
Best Actor In A Musical - Ben Cross
Best Actress In A Musical - Antonia Ellis

Best Musical Revival
Best Director (Walter Bobbie)
Best Choreographer (Ann Reinking)
Best Lighting Design (Ken Billington)

Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outstanding Direction of a Musical (Walter Bobbie)
Outstanding Choreography (Ann Reinking)

A special award to the cast and creative team of CHICAGO for distinguished contribution to the Broadway season.

Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outstanding Director of a Musical (Walter Bobbie)
Outstanding Choreography (Ann Reinking)

Best Musical Show Album (RCA Victor-Produced by Jay David Saks)

Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album

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