2016/2017 Season

Experience a monumental musical, re-invigorated classics and timely relevant works.

Be moved by renowned directors and playwrights, actors of great acclaim, epic stage sets and breathtaking costumes. And be delighted with unbeatable prices, top-notch customer service and seriously user-friendly exchanges.



In the Albert Theatre

  • Wonderful Town

    Lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, Music by Leonard Bernstein, Book by Joseph A. Fields and Jerome Chodorov
    Directed by Mary Zimmerman

    Mary Zimmerman directs a lavish revival of Leonard Bernstein’s classic musical, featuring a company of more than 40 actors and musicians!

  • Gloria

    By Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins
    Directed by Evan Cabnet

    A workplace nightmare paves the way for "sharp-toothed... whip-smart satire" (The New York Times in Obie Award winner Branden Jacob-Jenkins' dark comedy.

  • Destiny of Desire

    By Karen Zacarías
    Directed by José Luis Valenzuela

    Karen Zacarías brings the seductive power of Latin American telenovelas to the stage in this hilarious and smart new comedy.

  • Objects in the Mirror

    By Charles Smith
    Directed by Chuck Smith

    Charles Smith presents a gripping account of one African refugee's attempts to find peace by exposing a potentially dangerous, lifelong secret.

  • Ah, Wilderness!

    By Eugene O'Neill
    Directed by Robert Falls

    “Chicago's most essential director” (Chicago Tribune), Artistic Director Robert Falls, continues his career-long exploration of Eugene O’Neill with the iconic playwright’s masterful comedy.

In the Owen Theatre

  • The Magic Play

    By Andrew Hinderaker
    Directed by Halena Kays

    World-class magic and a deeply human story of loss and love come together to create one astonishing theatrical experience.

  • Uncle Vanya

    By Anton Chekhov, Adapted by Annie Baker from a Translation by Margarita Shalina
    Directed by Robert Falls

    Pulitzer Prize winner Annie Baker (The Flick, Circle Mirror Transformation) injects a “distinctly contemporary American sound” (Variety) into Chekhov’s masterpiece with a new adaptation helmed by Artistic Director Robert Falls.

  • King of the Yees

    By Lauren Yee
    Directed by Joshua Kahan Brody

    King of the Yees is an offbeat and electric joy ride about living in the contemporary world while honoring one’s rich ancestral heritage—and the conflict that ensues.

  • Lady in Denmark

    By Dael Orlandersmith
    Directed by Chay Yew

    Dael Orlandersmith, “one of the country’s top talents for solo performance” (Time Out Chicago), presents a soulful tribute to legendary torch singer Billie Holiday and her music’s power to heal and inspire.