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    6 Reasons To See Fulton’s Chicago

    It’s time to razzle dazzle!

     

    The historic Fulton Theatre is ready to showcase all the glitz, glam, and scandal in the popular musical Chicago. This musical is based in the roaring 20s and takes place in a swinging vaudevillian night club, where flappers, shysters, notoriety seekers, and murderesses all collide in an epic tale of celebrity, vengeance, corruption, and adventure.

     

    Discover 6 facts about the upcoming show below and get your tickets today!

     

    (Note: there are adult themes and content in this show)

     

     

     

    1 – This is Chicago like you have never seen it before! Gone are the drab all black costumes of the Broadway revival. This Fulton production will feature beautifully jeweled costumes, massive feather fans, and lots of skin!

     

    2 – The set (designed by Hunchback set designer Adam Koch) is huge! Featuring a 2 story band stand, flying jail cells, and stage elements that extend into the audience.

     

    3 – The talent on the stage for Chicago is top-notch. The leading ladies playing Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly  both have numerous Broadway Credits!

    Sneak peek behind the scenes of the show!

    4 – Chicago is one of Broadway’s longest running musicals and an Academy Award Winning Show. Now is your chance to experience it right here in Lancaster!

     

    5 – Chicago is based on a real-life 1924 Windy City murder case that was transformed by reporter Maurine Watkins into a 1926 Broadway comedy of the same name.

     

    6 – It may be about the Windy City in the early 1920s, but Chicago’s cynical, glitzy appeal is universal. Chicago has been a smash in 34 countries and in more than 473 cities. It’s been performed in at least 11 languages.

     

     

     

    Experience one of the most popular Broadway shows right here in Lancaster City! Get your tickets today.

    (Note: there are adult themes and content in this show)