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Dan and phil dog calendar of events in 2016. I will do events in 2017 also.

Jan 9th - GIRLFRIEND: A musical about the story of the first female lead in a major American feature film will play at the Music Box Theatre at the Chicago Theatre Center (Chicago’s first professional theatre). Directed by Michael Blakemore, Girlie Girl: The Musical will begin performances on Sunday, Jan. 9. Girlie Girl: The Musical is inspired by the true story of Lois Wilson and her battle to break into the Hollywood film industry.

Jan 12th - BUCKET LIST: A comedy about the relationship between a woman who wants to get out of the house and her overbearing, controlling, and overprotective husband opens at the Chicago Theatre. Directed by John Madden, Bucket List features a star-studded cast. The play opens on Thursday, Jan. 12, at the Chicago Theatre.

Jan 13th - WISH: The Musical: The music, lyrics, and book of this popular Tony Award®-nominated musical are by Michael John LaChiusa. Directed by Tony Award®-winner Scott Ellis, WISH is based on a true story. The show begins previews on Wednesday, Jan. 11, and opens on Friday, Jan. 13, at the Chicago Theatre.

Jan 18th - A CHRISTMAS CAROL: This classic story of a little boy who is given an incredible gift by an angel becomes the basis for a Tony Award®-winning musical that began performances on Tuesday, Jan. 10. The new musical version of A Christmas Carol was written by Tony Award®-winner Lynn Ahrens. Directed by Tony Award®-winner Scott Ellis, A Christmas Carol begins performances on Monday, Jan. 17, at the Cadillac Palace Theatre.

Jan 20th - FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: A Tony Award®-winning musical about the life and times of the 18th century Russian folk composer Peter Tchkovsky is now staged with new songs and an all-star cast. Adapted from the biography by David Fehimeier and with a book by Robert L. Freedman, the musical stars Tony Award® winner Idina Menzel as Nina and Tony Award® nominee Denis O’Hare as Her Majesty, who is in her final season. A pre-Broadway engagement is set for Monday, Jan. 24, at the Cadillac Palace Theatre.

Jan 23rd - AN AMERICAN IN PARIS: This musical comedy, a Tony Award®-winner for Best Revival of a Musical, is now ready to take the stage in a spectacular return to Chicago. Based on the classic book by F. Scott Fitzgerald and with a score by John Kander and the Oscar®-winning songwriting team of Alan and Marilyn Bergman, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS brings to life the 1920s in the era of the Great Gatsby. The revival begins performances on Wednesday, Jan. 26, at the Cadillac Palace Theatre.

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is a smash hit off-Broadway. The Chicago Civic Orchestra, a world-class orchestra led by music director and conductor David Lefkowitz, makes its return to the Majestic Theatre. The Chicago Civic Orchestra was also featured in the original production of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS.

"David Lefkowitz and the Chicago Civic Orchestra are a Chicago miracle," says artistic director and CEO of the Theatre Art Guild, James DeMn. "We are delighted to have them return to Chicago in a show that has been hled as a masterpiece. The music by John Kander and the lyrics by Alan Bergman are perfect for the time and place, and the show truly is a musical masterpiece, the equal of anything Broadway has to offer."

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS had a pre-Broadway engagement from December 2017 through January 2018 at the American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, Mass.

Ticket prices are $52.00, $62.00, $67.00, $72.00, $77.00, $85.00 and $100.00. Tickets are on sale through L.A.TIX®. There is a two-ticket minimum and there are no more than four tickets per person.

The Majestic Theatre is located at 123 E. Chestnut St., Chicago.

Directed by Tony Award®-winner Robert O'Hara, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is produced in association with Chicago Theater Alliance.

The production is under the leadership of artistic directors David Lefkowitz and James DeMn. Executive producers are David Lefkowitz, James DeMn, Robert L. Rosenblatt, Mark St. Cyr and Michael W. Fisch.

Chicago Civic Orchestra, Music Director and Conductor David Lefkowitz conducts the Orchestra of the Americas and the Chicago Chamber Players.

AN AMERICAN IN PARIS is the winner of the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre's 2006 Obie Award for "outstanding playwriting" and a Chicago Award for "best new musical." The producers were nominated for the 2006 Lunt-Fontanne Theatre award for "best production."

In 2010, the show won a special Tony Award® for Best Revival of a Musical.

Based on the best-selling novel by Meg Wolitzer, this play revolves around a young American woman in Paris (Hazel) and her efforts to find her place in the world.

The show will have its world premiere at the Marriott Theatre in New York City on August 25, 2019 and opens August 26, 2019.

Ticket prices are $56.00, $66.00, $72.00, $77.00, $85.00 and $100.00. Tickets are avlable online at www.njnyc.org or by calling (800) 444-2267. Tickets can also be purchased at the Marriott Theatre box office or www.tapercenter.org.

The show is performed in the English language with no accent.

For additional information, please visit www.ACOLOUDUSA.com.

About the Producer

David Lefkowitz is President and Artistic Director of The New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the world's premier not-for-profit venue. In 2001, he led the development of The Old Globe Theatre as an independent nonprofit institution, the only state-owned theater of its kind in the United States. He founded and chrs a distinguished Advisory Board that includes former Chrman of the Federal Reserve Board Alan Greenspan and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. The Globe is known for its outstanding regional touring, education and special events programs. It was named one of America's Best Classical Theaters by the American Alliance for Theatre and Education in 2014. He is a longtime theatre and opera producer who is one of the original and longtime patrons of the American Ballet Theater. His Broadway productions include The Children’s Hour, The Goodbye Girl, The Lion in Winter, Sweet Charity, The King and I, Sunday in the Park with George, and Into the Woods. In 1998, he received the Lincoln Center’s Distinguished Achievement Award in the field of Theatre.

The Old Globe Theatre is New Jersey's only state-owned theatre. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, we depend on the generosity of individuals, foundations and corporations. For more information, call (609) 739-4012 or go to www.oldglobe.org.


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