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Chicago archiveBlues behind bars from the writers of Cabaret. Justice is on trial for the husband killing bad girls of shady Chicago. A chorus girl murders her lover but manages to get off through a strange assortment of allies. She forms an unusual nightclub act with another murderess with the hopes of keeping them both out of trouble. Songs include All That Jazz, Razzle Dazzle and All I Care About.


Bonnie Langford (Roxie Hart), Amra-Faye Wright (Velma Kelly), Luca Barbareschi (Billy Flynn), Brenda Edward, Victor McGuire (Amos Hart), Kevin Andrew, Keisha Marina Atwell, Paul Basleigh, Simon Breen, Katy Carroll, Ben Clare, Matthew Cole, Kathryn Dunn, Bob J Harms, Helen Harper, Vanessa Leagh-Hicks, Cecilia Low, Kay Murphy, Paul Omasta, Rachel Pressland, Sergio Priftis, Sarah Soetaert, Ernesto Tomasini, Scott Ryan Vickers, Matthew Goodgame (Billy Flynn Nov 25 - Musicality winner), Rebecca Dent (Roxie Hart Nov 25 - Musicality winner), Donna Hazelton (Mama Morton Nov 25 - Musicality winner), Caroline Graham (Velma Kelly Nov 25 - Musicality winner), Warren Sollars (Ensemble Nov 25 - Musicality winner)


Music: John Kander
Lyrics: Fred Ebb
Book by(s): Fred Ebb, Bob Fosse
Producer: Chicago Partnership
Director: Walter Bobbie
Design: John Lee Beatty
Lighting: Ken Billington
Choreographer: Ann Reinking
Costume: William Ivey Long


Chicago (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T1142585136. Details of all Chicago archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1464

Archive Listings

28 Oct 97
22 Apr 06
Adelphi Theatre
West End
Greater London

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User Reviews

USER: Excite (24Oct01): WOW! What a show. Performance for all artists involved to be proud of. Choreography superb. Blend of Intensity and light humour. Even the musicians get involved. Outstanding performance from Leigh Zimmerman, as Velma Kelly. She simply energised the theatre whilst on stage. She is a sexy lady, who is totally focused within her role. Should be nominated for several awards for her performance. Would certaining go again. And recommend you see it!
USER: Lycos (29Jun01): Saw Denise in a new light,both Denise & Leigh were excellent. (Thanks for the rose, Leigh.)Barry was a real showstopper as Amos, his timing was sheer brilliance.Guess you all realise I enjoyed this show.

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