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Ambassador Theatre, 219 W. 49th St.

Inside Scoop: Chicago

If you're having trouble deciding on a show to see while in New York City, the Tony-winning Best Musical Revival Chicago is Broadway's sure bet! Filled with knockout dancing, a ripped-from-the-headlines story about fame and scandal, one show-stopping song after another, and just about everything else that makes a musical great, it's really no wonder it's become a runaway success in over 250 cities worldwide and a winner of multiple Tony Awards, Olivier Awards, and Grammy Awards!

With a running time of two and a half hours, Chicago is worth the ticket price. Visitors can catch an evening or matinee show at The Ambassador Theatre. The show includes a fifteen minute intermission. (Opened 11/14/96.)

Chicago Photos

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Chicago Video

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