Here is why we at Broadway Inbound think it's a perfect show for groups:
We can’t resist Chicago’s music, humor, and staging, not to mention the stunning Fosse choreography. This musical is a theatrical milestone.
What is the nature of celebrity, the price of fame? Deeply human questions have given rise to this unique show, which asks its audience to examine their perceptions of notoriety. The show offers an interesting insight into human nature and the flaws of our society that sometimes chooses spectacles over dignity and what’s right.
Chicago features some of the best dancers on Broadway. And dance spectacularly propels the story in this Depression-era show, with original choreography by the legendary Bob Fosse, and Ann Reinking re-staging Fosse’s work for this production.
The show is a celebration of live theatre. It’s immersive storytelling at its most effective, interwoven with every production element from the performers themselves to the provocative choreography and costumes. Nostalgic for audiences familiar with Fosse’s work, fresh and unforgettable for those new to the story.
When you bring your group to see Chicago, you can be sure that the entire group is going to enjoy the performance. Chicago is easy to follow even for those audiences for whom English is not their first language and provides its unique, witty humor to defuse the tension. And you don't have to be a follower of the famous film or the iconic score to enjoy it: Chicago has that certain "Broadway feel" that both old and new theatergoers will find irresistible.Your group’s visit to New York isn’t complete until you’ve seen a show on Broadway. Catch the electrifying energy of Chicago playing at the Ambassador Theatre.