Winner of both the Tony Award and Olivier Award for Best Musical, "Billy Elliot" is the inspirational story of a young boy’s fight to make his dream come true as he journeys from the boxing ring to a ballet class where he discovers a passion for dance that unites his family, inspires his community and changes his life forever.
Traveling backward in time and set over three decades of friendship and business, this landmark musical charts the highs and lows of the turbulent relationship between three very close friends. Featuring some of Stephen Sondheim’s most beautiful songs, “Good Thing Going,” “Not a Day Goes By” and “Old Friends.”
Hosted by a popular Chicago music theatre “name” and featuring a company of Chicago’s hottest up-and-coming talent, join us on a journey from the start to the finish of the 1959 musical season on Broadway. Featuring hit songs from the 1959 Broadway shows: “Flower Drum Song,” “Gypsy,” “The Sound of Music” and others.
A romantic musical comedy about the affair (both professional and romantic) of a wisecracking composer and an aspiring, offbeat lyricist. Creatively, their relationship works great, but personal trials and tribulations lead them toward finding a new way to make harmonious music together in this laugh-a-minute romantic charmer. Featuring the hits: “Fallin’,” “If He Really Knew Me” and “Just For Tonight."
Originally created for the comic style of the great Phil Silvers and Nancy Walker, it’s the story of “Hubie Cram,” a minor-league con man endlessly scheming to win big who, at the urging of his long-suffering wife, “Kay,” decides to go (somewhat) straight by moving into the jukebox and music promotion business as he concocts his biggest score ever. Featuring the hits: “Make Someone Happy,” “Fireworks” and “I Know About Love."
Hosted by a popular Chicago music theatre “name” and featuring a company of Chicago’s hottest up-and-coming talent, join us on a journey from the start to the finish of the 1975 musical season on Broadway. Featuring hit songs from the 1975 Broadway shows: “A Chorus Line,” “Chicago,” “Mack & Mabel” and others.