Essential Chicago Theater
It is no secret that Chicago is rich & excellent with theatre venues, production, & acting, visit one while you are here….
Home to many great actors like Gary Sinise, John Malkovich, & Laurie Metcalf, Steppenwolf has been an iconic Chicago Theater Company since 1974. The theater operates as a not-for-profit organization that presents up to 16 productions a year on their 3 stages, don’t miss a chance to see a truly professional performance while you are in Chicago. Click here for discounted tickets and a description of their new play: The Birthday Party. 1650 N. Halsted Ave.
Established in 1925, The Goodman Theatre represents Chicago plays at their best. They may be famous for their annual holiday performance of A Christmas Carol, but their year round productions are sure to mesmerize. Check out the critically acclaimed Other Desert Cities the tale of a young woman unearthing a devastating family secret that exhibits on-stage drama at its finest. 170 N. Dearborn St.
The emphasis of historically comedic as well as perpetually funny, Second City still puts out top-knotch hilarious performances & still stands as a birth place to famous actors/comedians. Tour their ongoing/upcoming performances and book your tickets for their historic Old Town Chicago location that’s just a few minutes from our front door at 1616 N. Wells St.
Bank of America Theatre.
What is both awesome but exceptionally hard to find? Tickets to see Book of Mormon. This hit musical won 9 tony awards (including best musical) and rightfully got extended in Chicago for a limited time. HINT: tickets tend to be pricy & hard to come by in advance, but closer to the date, you can find cheaper tickets at sites like stubhub and cheaptickets a few days before or even the day of the event. 18 W. Monroe.