Why See Mamma Mia!?
A Chicago Production of the Abba-solutely F-abba-ulous Musical!
Premiering in 2001, musical phenomenon Mamma Mia! continues to celebrate its reign on the Great White Way as the longest-running jukebox musical in Broadway history. Bolstered by the 2008 romantic comedy film starring the inimitable Meryl Streep and the star-studded 2018 sequel guest-starring Cher, the production's multiple international shows on the West End and beyond are a testament to the enduring pop legacy of ABBA and their undeniably smash hit songs.
Featuring classic songs from the ABBA catalogue like Dancing Queen, Take A Chance and of course Mamma Mia, this local revival of the musical is set on the Greek island of Kalokairi and follows the story of the fiercely independent Donna and her soon-to-be-married daughter Sophie. Unbeknownst to Donna, Sophie has invited three men from Donna's past to the wedding, hoping she may meet whichever one is her father...
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