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  • Romeo and Juliet

    Until Dec 22, 2019

  • Q Brothers Christmas Carol

    Nov 29 - Dec 23, 2019

  • Emma

    Jan 28 - Mar 15, 2020

  • As You Like It

    Apr 30 - Jun 21, 2020

Romeo and Juliet Poster

Romeo and Juliet

Until December 22, 2019

The Chicago Shakespeare Theater enshrines the poetry of their namesake in a thrilling new adaptation of the Bard's most recognisable tragedy - Romeo and Juliet. The tale of two opposing houses and two determined young lovers is directed by the world renowned company's founder and Artistic Director resident Barbara Gaines, the woman behind the CST's 25 Joseph Jefferson Awards, three Olivier Awards and a highly coveted Regional Theater Tony Award.

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Q Brothers Christmas Carol

November 29 - December 23, 2019

Chicago legends Q Brothers Collective return to the Chicago Shakespeare Theater this year with their fan favorite hip-hop reimagining of Charles Dickens' classic! Expect an evening of 'holiday heat to a bangin' beat' as Scrooge has the night of his life when the ghosts of hip-hop past, present, and future take him on a unique journey of rhyme and redemption!

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Emma

January 28 - March 15, 2020

Breezy, beautiful and uncommonly interested in love-loves (or lack thereof) of others, Emma Woodhouse might be Jane Austen's most imperfect heroine, but that doesn't make her tale any less delightful to watch. Now presented by the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre in an adaptation by Tony-nominated Paul Gordon, find new wit and warmth in Austen's work as set to lush melodies and imbued with new lyrical flourishes.

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As You Like It

April 30 - June 21, 2020

Director Daryl Cloran presents a fresh new retelling of Shakespeare's As You Like It. Presented at Chicago's Shakespeare Theater, the comedy originally written in 1599 is re-told and this time is set in the swinging '60s. The play takes place when free-spirited love is the theme of the time and is set to The Beatles' timeless hits, creating a joyous and music-filled love story.

Chicago Shakespeare Theater

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Navy Pier, 800 East Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60611

  • Year opened: 1986
  • Disabled access
  • In-house bar

Chicago Shakespeare Theater is a non-profit theater company which holds over 600 annual performances throughout most of the year. The company re-located in 1997 to Navy Pier and now hosts the largest youth and family-orientated arts-in-education program in the state of Illinois - the "Team Shakespeare" program. The theater has won many awards, including 77 Joseph Jefferson awards, 3 Laurence Olivier Awards and the 2008 Regional Theatre Tony Award.

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