I'm Still Here: Tales of Broadway Longevity — Chicago's Longtime Cellmates

Charlotte d'Amboise, Donna Marie Asbury, and Brian O'Brien tell us why

Over the years, the cell block of Kander and Ebb's Chicago has hosted a revolving door of Broadway stars. However, it also has one of the most loyal family of performers in the business, many of whom have been with the musical for nearly the entirety of its 20-year run. Two-time Tony nominee Charlotte d'Amboise, Donna Marie Asbury, and Brian O'Brien are three of the production's mainstays, and they sat down to talk with us about their extended Chicago careers. Their tenure may be broken up by other projects, but for each of them, Chicago is the show that never stops giving.

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