‘Chicago’ tickets now on sale

Black Productions is proud to present the Tony award-winning musical Chicago, running June 12 to 15 at the Capitol Theatre.

The team that brought you last year’s scintillating spectacle, Cabaret, is back — this time with a little more jazz, a little more sass, and a few more murders.

Black Productions is proud to present the Tony award-winning musical Chicago, running June 12 to 15 at the Capitol Theatre.

Set against the backdrop of prohibition-era Chicago and featuring some of the best music Broadway has to offer, Chicago is a story of ambition, celebrity, and the seductive power of the spotlight. This tale of two rival vaudevillian murderesses and their slick-talking media savvy lawyer will be directed by Lisel Forst (Into the Woods, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown), with musical direction by Allison Girvan (Corazon, Les Miserables) and choreography by Mackenzie Hope (Cabaret, Jesus Christ Superstar).

Tickets for Chicago are on sale now, $20 for students and $25 for adults and are available at the Capitol Theatre box office by calling 250-352-6363 or by visiting capitoltheatre.bc.ca.

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