Ten strangers meet on a clandestine island. Each holds a murderous secret. Who will pay the ultimate price? Penned with cruelty by master of the craft Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None brings together tension, fear, and the macabre to weave a tale that captivates the audience until the final curtain. Can you unravel the mystery? This classic murder mystery play is based on the world’s best-selling mystery and one of the best-selling books of all time.
And Then There Were None is rated PG-13.Buy Tickets Learn More
Chicago's Queen of Cabaret puts her glamorous touch on Broadway favorites and classics from The Great American Songbook. Join Denise Tomasello for an intimate evening of song and stories as she strolls down memory lane accompanied by Musical Director Nick Sula and a bassist. Reserve your tickets now for this evening of Cabaret and see why Chicago Tribune calls Denise "wildly glamorous and wickedly amusing".
Doors open one hour prior to performance time.
$25 per person food and beverage minimum applies.
Join the heroic journey of Celie, an African-American woman in the American South during the early 1900s, as she navigates the love she has for her sister, the strife of being in an abusive relationship, and her adoration for her beloved children. This heart-wrenching musical is based on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker and earned fifteen Tony Award nominations, including the win for Best Revival of a Musical.
The Color Purple is rated PG-13.Buy Tickets -Learn More
Mary Poppins flies to the stage to delivery whimsy, excitement, and memorable songs to a story that will melt your heart. Nominated for seven Tony Awards and winner of the Olivier Award for Best Theatre Choreography, Mary Poppins is a must see for the entire family. Based on the Academy Award-winning film of the same name and the beloved children’s books by P.L. Travers, Mary Poppins is an entertaining adventure of enchantment and fun.
Mary Poppins is Rated G.Learn More
A tale inspired by hope and possibility, An American in Paris brings breathtaking moments of dance and song to the musical stage. Come away with Jerry Mulligan, an American GI doing his best to make it as a painter in the bustling city of Paris following the end of World War II. The storied streets of the City of Lights become the dancefloor to a ravishing and passionate voyage into art, friendship, and love. Set to the music of George and Ira Gershwin, this Academy Award winner for Best Picture was also a Grammy Award nominee and four-time Tony Award winner.
An American in Paris is Rated G.Learn More