Chicago Theatre Week February 12-22, 2015
Chicago Theatre Week February 12-22, 2015

Chicago Theatre Week

Chicago Theatre Week 2015 is a celebration of Chicago’s world-class theatre scene. Presented by the League of Chicago Theatres in partnership with Choose Chicago, Chicago Theatre Week is returning for its third year and will take place February 12-22, 2015. This coming February, visitors and residents will again have the opportunity to choose from more than 100 productions and sample the extraordinary range of theatrical offerings throughout Chicago.

February 12-22, 2015
$15 and $30 tickets (or less!)

Tickets will be available for purchase beginning at 10:00am CST January 6, 2015. To stay in the know, subscribe to the Theatre Week email list for updates and announcements or follow the League of Chicago Theatres on Facebook or Twitter.

Remember, with over 250 professional theatre companies in Chicago, there’s no need to wait until February to begin your theatre adventures! Chicago theatres are a vital part of the neighborhood landscape year-round, offering top-notch musicals, new works, classics, and more — housed in spaces ranging from renowned downtown theatres to the unique, raw, and intimate settings of Chicago’s storefront stages.


as of November 26, 2014

A Red Orchid Theatre Mercury Theater Chicago
About Face Theatre Metropolis Performing Arts Centre
The Actors Gymnasium The New Colony
Akvavit Theatre North Central College Performing Arts
American Blues Theater North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie
American Theater Company Northlight Theatre
The Artistic Home Northwestern University
Athenaeum Theatre Nuns4Fun Entertainment
Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University Oracle Theatre
Babes with Blades Paramount Theatre
Bailiwick Chicago Piven Theatre Workshop
Beverly Theatre Guild Porchlight Music Theatre
Blue Man Group Pride Films and Plays
BoHo Theatre Profiles Theatre
Broadway In Chicago Raven Theatre
Chicago a cappella Rembrandt Chamber Players
Chicago Children's Theatre Rivendell Theatre
Chicago Opera Theater Roosevelt University Chicago College of Performing Arts
Chicago Shakespeare Theater Royal George Theater
The Chicago Theatre The Ruckus Theater
City Lit Theatre Saint Sebastian Players
Clockwise Theatre The Second City
Court Theatre Shattered Globe Theater
DCASE Storefront Theater Signal Ensemble Theatre
The Den Theatre Silk Road Rising
First Folio Theatre Stage 773
Goodman Theatre Stage Left Theatre
Greenhouse Theater Center Steep Theatre
Harold Washington Cultural Center Steppenwolf Theatre Company
Harris Theater for Music and Dance Strawdog Theatre Company
The Hypocrites Theater Wit
Idle Muse Theatre Company Thodos Dance Chicago
Interrobang Theatre Project Trap Door Theatre
Jackalope Theatre Company The Theatre School at DePaul University
Jedlicka Performing Arts Center TimeLine Theatre
The Joffrey Ballet Trap Door Theatre
Lifeline Theatre TUTA Theatre Chicago
Lyric Opera of Chicago Victory Gardens Theater
Madkap Productions The Virginia Wadsworth Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts at Northwestern University
Mary’s Attic Waltzing Mechanics, more to come!

Theatre Week Sponsors
How do I take part in Chicago Theatre Week?
Nothing is required for participation in Chicago Theatre Week, but it is strongly recommended that you purchase tickets in advance. Theatre Week specially-priced tickets will be available for purchase beginning at 10:00am CST January 6, 2015. All participating shows will be listed at that time on the Theatre Week website
Which theatres are involved?
Last year, 100 shows offered value-priced tickets to performances during Theatre Week. Some theatres also included additional offers such as post-show discussions, free drinks, and coupons to attend future shows. Check back on Tuesday, January 6 for a complete list of participating shows and theatres.
Do tickets need to be purchased in advance?
It is highly recommended that patrons purchase their Theatre Week tickets in advance (available beginning at 10:00am CST January 6, 2015). Theatre Week tickets are first come, first served. Please be aware that some shows will sell out.
For Media/Press Inquiries
Cathy Taylor, Cathy Taylor Public Relations
For Theatre Week Information
Laura Nair, League of Chicago Theatres