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Ambassador Theatre

Broadway’s longest-running American musical wows with sizzling choreography and show-stopping musical numbers.

The longest-running American musical in Broadway history, Chicago has wowed audiences across the globe. With sizzling choreography, show-stopping music, and an alluring tale of fame and obsession, this is a must-see at the Ambassador Theatre.

Chicago tells the story of Roxie Hart, a chorus girl sent to prison for her lover’s murder. When she meets celebrity singer Velma Kelly and charismatic lawyer Billy Flynn, an obsession with fame, stardom and getting away with murder begins. With songs including “Cell Block Tango” and “All That Jazz” sure to get toes tapping, Chicago at the Ambassador Theatre is a truly beloved New York City institution.

Chicago the musical is based on a play by Maurine Dallas Watkins, and features music and lyrics by frequent collaborators John Kander and Fred Ebb, whose work includes the Tony Award-winning Kiss of the Spider Woman. Fred Ebb and the legendary Bob Fosse provide the book, with Fosse also serving as the original director and choreographer.

This revival of Chicago first opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in 1996, before moving to the Ambassador Theatre in 2003. Director Walter Bobbie (Bright Star, Sweet Charity), choreographer Anne Reinking (Fosse, Goodtime Charlie), and set designer John Lee Beatty (A Delicate Balance, Burn This) are some of the current creative team.

With six Tony Awards and a host of criminally good songs, Chicago at the Ambassador Theatre is a deliciously spectacular piece of musical theater, currently going strong in its third decade.

Performance dates:
26 May 2024 - 30 Jun 2024
Running time:
2 hours and 30 minutes including an intermission.
Age recommendation:
Recommended 13+. Under 4s not permitted

Chicago on Broadway Reviews

143 Reviews
  • 5 Stars49%
  • 4 Stars29%
  • 3 Stars20%
  • 2 Stars2%
  • 1 Stars0%

User Reviews


CHICAGO features lots of singing, memorable choreography and a cynical view of people and what they are willing to do for fame. It has a rotating cast of who plays the main characters, and many well-known movie, TV, and pop culture personalities have Read more

Performance date: 27 August 2023

It was great to see Christie Brinkley as Roxie Hart during her limited run as she can definitely still sing and dance at her age. The show is semi-staged with the orchestra placed centrally on the stage and the actors often interact with the musical Read more

Performance date: 04 May 2019

I really wanted to see Jaime Camil. He is a super famous Spanish telenovela star and he was making history with Bianca Marroquin as the first two Mexican born actors to star together in this production. The show was so great!! It was so great! I came Read more

Performance date: 22 July 2016

Frequently Asked Questions

How much are Chicago Broadway tickets?

Ticket prices range from approximately $71 to $300, depending on performance dates, times and availability.

What are the most expensive tickets for Chicago on Broadway?

Premium Center Orchestra tickets in rows C-F cost up to $300, and are the best seats in the house for an overall view of the show.

Seats in this area such as F2 and G108 have 5-star ratings for the view from SeatPlan users. From here, you are the perfect distance from the stage to enjoy Chicago’s iconic Fosse choreography in full, without missing any details.

How can I get cheap tickets for Chicago on Broadway?

Last-minute availability is usually good for this show, but for the best availability across all price bands try to book at least a couple of weeks in advance. Tickets for weekday performances are also usually cheaper; if you can attend on a Tuesday, Wednesdy or Thursday you could save 6% or more compared to a peak Friday-Sunday performance.

Some seating areas are cheaper at matinee performances, and you can make a saving of up to 9% by attending in the afternoon instead of the evening.

The easiest way to save money is by booking the cheapest tickets, and we recommend looking at user reviews for the front of the Rear Mezzanine. This area has a clear view down to the stage and does not feel too distant, as shown in this photo of A102. The Left/Right Orchestra is also good value for money if you don’t mind a side-on view, and can be up to 20% cheaper than seats in the Center Orchestra.

Offers are often available for this musical, and in the past there have been savings of up to 42% across various price bands. Sign up for an Alert and we'll let you know when discounts are live.

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