Bring a group and save up to 50 percent on select productions!

Experience world-class theater as it’s meant to be seen—with a group! Whether you’re organizing a client appreciation night, fundraiser or a night on the town with friends, bringing a group to the Goodman offers access to great theater—at big savings.

Make a group reservation by calling 312.443.3820 or emailing

Groups receive the best seats at the best prices, available for purchase before the general public. Bring a group of at least 10 and save from 10 to 20 percent off regular ticket prices to many productions, except for A Christmas Carol in which the minimum purchase is 15.

Additional group perks include:

  • One complimentary ticket per 50 purchased
  • Handling fees waived
  • Recommendations on area restaurants and hotels
  • Post-show discussions after every Wednesday and Thursday evening performance in the Albert Theatre (extension dates not included)
  • Prompt service
  • Easy payment plans

In the Albert Theatre

  • An Enemy of the People

    By Henrik Ibsen
    Directed by Robert Falls

    Ibsen’s masterwork, “a play so necessary, so exhilarating to experience” (The Village Voice), finds renewed immediacy in this daring new production from Artistic Director Robert Falls. The contamination of a town’s water supply finds its mayor and his brother, a local doctor, locked in a combative struggle of political wisdom and personal ethics.


  • Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years

    By Emily Mann, Adapted from the book by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth
    Directed by Chuck Smith

    Celebrate the lives of the iconic Delany sisters, “two strong, vibrant women dispensing joy and wisdom” (Chicago Tribune), in this funny and heartfelt family drama.

  • Support Group for Men

    By Ellen Fairey
    Directed by Kimberly Senior

    A group of middle-aged friends come together to form a support group with hilariously unexpected results in Ellen Fairey’s Chicago-flavored comedy, an exploration of what happens when society’s new normal doesn’t seem so normal to everyone.

In the Owen Theatre

  • The Wolves

    By Sarah DeLappe
    Directed by Vanessa Stalling

    Named one of the best plays of 2016 by The New York Times, The Wolves is an unconventional exploration of the pitfalls of friendship and coming maturity, as seen through the struggles of a girls’ athletic team.

  • Father Comes Home from the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

    By Suzan-Lori Parks
    Directed by Niegel Smith

    Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks’ “blazingly original” (The Washington Post) Civil War epic serves up “an American story as much about our present as it is about our past” (The Los Angeles Times).