The theatre placed on sold-out performances of the musical in March of 2020 earlier than closing due to the pandemic.
PEORIA, Ariz. — The Arizona Broadway Theatre introduced it’s bringing again “Chicago” the musical in the fall after a few of the performances had been canceled in March 2020 due to the pandemic.
Arizona Broadway Theatre placed on 4 sold-out performances in March of final year earlier than the pandemic shut down companies, the theatre mentioned in a Facebook post.
The theatre mentioned those that had tickets to “Chicago” final year however did not get to see the present will probably be contacted by the Patron Services Team in the upcoming weeks.
“Chicago” is the longest working American musical in Broadway historical past, set in Chicago in the jazz age.
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Tickets are usually not but accessible for “Chicago” however updates are anticipated to come to the theatre’s website quickly. The present will run Sept.19 – Oct. 30.
The theatre started placing on performances once more on April 23 with “Nunsense” which runs by May 16. “Godspell” will observe from May 21 to June 13, “Gilligan’s Island” from June 18 to July 11 after which “Little Shop of Horrors” from July 16 to Aug. 8.
“We are tremendously grateful to our ABT family for standing by us during this incredibly long intermission,” the Facebook publish mentioned. “Only with your patience and support are we able to bring the full magic of this iconic musical back to the stage.”