"Wildly entertaining...[with a] dazzling score." — New York Daily News
NOMINEE! 1975 Tony Awards: Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, Best Original Score
WINNER! 1997 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Musical
Viscerally modern, Chicago — the longest-running American musical on Broadway — explodes with energy. In Roaring Twenties Chicago, Roxie Hart lands on murderers' row along with famed nightclub star Velma Kelly. Chicago's slickest lawyer, Billy Flynn, is set to defend them and soon turns their stories into a media circus filled with flair to gain the public's sympathy. As a timely satire on American justice and sensationalized journalism, Chicago relies on "fake news" to reconstruct public reality. This sharp-edged musical mixes the immortal style of Bob Fosse with infamous songs like "The Cell Block Tango," "Mr. Cellophane" & "All That Jazz" into a powder keg of a show.