It’s going to be a sizzling hot Valentine’s in Buffalo! Chicago The Musical, the number one longest running musical in the history of Broadway that inspired the Academy Award-winning film of the same name that starred Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere, and Renee Zellweger, is part of the 2014-2015 M&T Bank Broadway Series. Opening on February 17, 2015, Chicago The Musical takes the spotlight at the Shea’s Performing Arts Center until February 22.
Telling an irresistible tale of fame, sin, fortune, ambition, and all that jazz that trains its spotlight on two controversial murderesses and their slick lawyer, Chicago pulsates onstage with incredible choreography, hot costumes, and show-stopping songs. Winner of several Tony, Grammy, and Olivier Awards, Chicago The Musical embodies everything that makes a great Broadway show.
Feel the magic and the passion as Chicago sets the Shea’s Performing Arts Center stage on fire on February 17 to 19 (Tuesday to Thursday) at 7:30 PM, on February 20 (Friday) at 8 PM, on February 21 (Saturday) at 2 PM and 8 PM, and on February 22 (Sunday) at 2 PM and 7 PM. The running time of Chicago is 2 hours and 30 minutes.
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Chicago the Musical Buffalo Cast
Roxie Hart – Bianca Marroquin
Velma Kelly – Terra C. MacLeod
Billy Flynn – John O’Hurley/Jason Patrick Sands/Jeff McCarthy
Amos Hart – Jacob Keith Watson
Matron “Mama” Morton – Roz Ryan
Mary Sunshine – C. Newcomer
Fred Casely – Bradley Gibson
Hunyak – Aurore Joly
Liz – Robin Masella
Mona – Allison Blair McDowell
June – Laura Oldham
Go-To-Hell Kitty – Anne Otto
Harry/Martin Harrison – Adam Pellegrine
Annie – Sherisse Springer
Music, Book/Lyrics – John Kander and Fred Ebb
Co-Author, Original Director – Bob Fosse
Director – Walter Bobbie
Choreographer – Ann Reinking
Set Design – John Lee Beatty
Costume Designer – William Ivey Long
Address: 646 Main Street, Buffalo, New York 14202
Shea’s Performing Arts Center Capacity: 3700