Tickets for Chicago Theatre Week (CTW), February 9 – 19, 2017, the annual celebration of the rich tradition of theatre-going in Chicago, go on sale today, January 10, 2017 starting at 10 am.
Tickets are priced at $30, $15, and less.
Over 120 theatre productions are expected to participate in the 2017 CTW from neighborhoods throughout the city and suburbs.
The list of participating organizations can be found online at Chicago Theatre Week.
Last February, 124 productions were offered during the fourth annual CTW with almost 11,000 Chicago residents and visitors spanning 40 states attending.
“This year marks the fifth year of Chicago Theatre Week—and each year, the program proves more successful than ever. Theatre Week invites Chicago audiences and visitors to experience the wide range of offerings,” comments Deb Clapp, Executive Director of the League of Chicago Theatres. “We are so thrilled to be able to share the amazing work and we equally love hearing from participants that they visited a favorite theatre or discovered a great new one. This is a week that reminds us all that Chicago is known locally, nationally, and internationally for its theatre scene, and especially this season for generating new work, showcasing fresh talent and spotlighting its rich Chicago tradition.”
Although the list of shows participating in CTW is kept a mystery with names not released until tickets go on sale, some shows anticipated to be on the list, including Blues for an Alabama Sky at the Court Theatre, are expected to sell out fast, once announced.
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