A long-running revival of Kander and Ebb's gritty, satirical musical about lust, treachery, and murder among chorus girls in '20s Chicago. More…
Winner of six Tony Awards and currently the longest-running show on Broadway, 'Chicago' is an electrifying and darkly comic tale about two competitive murderesses behind bars competing for the spotlight. Iconic songs include 'All That Jazz' and 'Razzle Dazzle,' and the choreography is inspired by the late Bob Fosse.
See it if you haven't gone in a while. The staging/choreography is still some of the best on Broadway.
Don't see it if you have lots of new shows to visit. Go to them...and then return to Chicago.
See it if You like that old razzle dazzle! Fun. Sharp. A good time. There's a reason it's the longest running revival in Broadway history, it's great!
Don't see it if You're looking for a serious drama. This show is just a lot of fun!
See it if If you like big musicals. Great staging, singing directing. Saw it three times and really liked it every time.
Don't see it if If you don't like musicals or if you don't like big productions.
See it if you enjoy the old time musicals. Loved it at Encores before it made it's revival on Broadway. Look for your favorite to take the female lead
Don't see it if you just dislike musical theater at its best
See it if you love the music, enjoy Kander & Ebb, appreiciate Fosse style dancing, enjoy stark but creative staging
Don't see it if idea of female murderers being celebrated turns you off, you feel that Verdon & Rivera can't be topped, expect full sets
See it if You've never seen it before. You want sexy, Fosse style choreography. You're a fan of the featured guest star.
Don't see it if You want something more contemporary. You don't like sex-fueled, Fosse style choreography. You've already seen it.
See it if you like to sit back and be entertained by great singing and dancing with a lot of fun thrown in.
Don't see it if you don't like musicals that are light and focus more on show than story.
See it if You want to enjoy a long -running Broadway hit with sublime dancing, singing and a catchy plot.
Don't see it if You'll be offended to hear of the crimes that these women commit.
See it if you like a simplistic musical with an excellent orchestra and some good show tunes. You like their celebrity stunt casting of the moment.
Don't see it if you will feel cheated out of a real musical by the cheap, barebones set, you don't want to sit next to tourists falling asleep.
See it if you want to see a classic Broadway musical.
Don't see it if you don't like being surrounded by tourists or want to see a bigger stage musical (this is very minimalistic).
See it if you don't set your expectations too high after seeing the film. The music and choreography are still great, the rest not so much.
Don't see it if you want Broadway leads. You're more likely to get stunt-casted celebs, understandable as a show this old needs that to get butts in seats.
See it if you are a Fosse fan, Great ensemble dancing! Better than the original & Kander and Ebb write Great music - despite the story's Anti-heros
Don't see it if You have seen it before, on Stage or film. It's a stronger story on film, and the leads don't compare to Verdon and Rivera for charisma.
See it if historic broadway musical revivals are always must-see for you. Still stands the test of time buy only because of its infamous choreography.
Don't see it if fluffy/silly dated shows don't cut it. Will make the grade for theater-history buffs, but this production's more for tourists than purists.
See it if You like Fosse. Although playing for years always good. Music lyrics staging dancing everything works. Cast always fresh and good.
Don't see it if You don't like clever musicals.
See it if you've somehow missed it and have yet to do so; like vaudeville or musicals in 1920s jazz-club style that are slim on storytelling.
Don't see it if needing dramatic sets, intense stories, and even pacing. The opening few numbers are energetic and well-done; then the show loses steam.
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