Is Hakuna Matata the Same in the Lion King Musical?

September 27th, 2013
The Lion King Musical

The Lion King Musical

With the Lion King Broadway Musical coming to Pantages Theater from September 28th through October 6th, 2013 many people in the Los Angeles area will be researching information related to the event. Some adults can remember when the Lion King came out as a Disney movie in 1994. They may also remember a few of the more popular songs. Having grown up in the 1990′s I can say that Hakuna Matata was one of the most popular Disney songs on my time. I can remember friends that would sing every word of the song. Now that everyone in my age range is an adult it is likely they are looking for an opportunity to relive this amazing movie through a Broadway Musical. Some will even wonder if Hakuna Matata is the same in the Lion King musical as the Lion King Disney movie..

The Lion King Disney Movie
As I have mentioned in previous posts, the Lion King Disney movie came out well before the musical. This is not always common when it comes to Broadway musicals. In fact, there are quite a few musicals that turn into movies after having toured for several years. The fact that the movie came out first means the audience will likely know some of the more popular acts or scenes. From personal experience, I can say that the Disney Hakuna Matata movie scene is very similar to the musical scene. There are going to be a few little things that are different just because it is a live event but the words of the song are the exact same.

The time in which the Hakuna Matata scene comes up in the movie is also the same as in the musical. Simba is going through a hard time in his life. He has just run away from home and he needs someone or something to help him regain happiness. He happens to stroll into Timon and Pumbaa. These two lovable characters are more than willing to explain a different philosophy on life which is “Hakuna Matata”. Here are the words of the song from the Lion King movie:

Hakuna Matata, what a wonderful phrase
Hakuna Matata, ain’t no passing craze
It means no worries for the rest of your days
It’s our problem free philosophy, Hakuna Matata

Why, when he was a young warthog
When I was a young warthog
Very nice, thanks

He found his aroma lacked a certain appeal
He could clear the Savannah after every meal
I’m a sensitive soul, though I seem thick-skinned
And it hurt that my friends never stood downwind

And oh, the shame, he was ashamed
Thoughta changin’ my name, oh, what’s in a name?
And I got downhearted, how did you feel? Every time that I
Pumbaa, not in front of the kids, oh sorry

Hakuna Matata, what a wonderful phrase
Hakuna Matata, ain’t no passing craze
It means no worries for the rest of your days, yeah, sing it, kid
It’s our problem-free philosophy, Hakuna Matata

Hakuna Matata
Hakuna Matata
Hakuna Matata
Hakuna Matata

It means no worries for the rest of your days
It’s our problem free philosophy, Hakuna Matata

Hakuna Matata
Hakuna Matata
Hakuna Matata

As most people read these lyrics they will immediately remember the beat of the song. In fact, if you are reading this article there is a good chance you will go to YouTube just to listen to the song from the Lion King movie.

The Lion King Musical
Something that always amazes me with Broadway musicals is the talent of the actors and actresses. These individuals can sing, dance and act all at the same time. This is much different from a movie and especially an animated movie. In an animated movie there are voice overs that will perform but it is not a live performance like the Lion King show at Pantages Theater. If you are fortunate enough to enjoy one of the shows this September or October sit back and soak up the talent of the three actors that will sing during the Hakuna Matata scene. Not only are they singing but they are in costume and dancing as well.

What some novice theater goers may not realize is there is an orchestra that is playing the instrumental part of the song. Obviously, in the movies there are songs but they are not performed live. While Timon, Pumbaa and Simba are on stage they have to coordinate it perfectly with the orchestra. I have never understood how they are always spot on and never miss a beat. I have been to a dozen musicals and I have never once noticed the actors or actresses being off from the orchestra. I know they do the show night in and night out but it would be so easy to start singing before the orchestra starts playing. If you happen to be at one of the Lion King shows in Los Angeles listen closely to see if any of the songs are a little bit offbeat.

Hakuna Matata Makes the Musical Worth It
The Hakuna Matata Disney version is almost identical to the Hakuna Matata musical version. Based on the actors that will play Timon, Pumbaa and Simba you will get to hear a slight variation. The Lion King musicals I have consumed had actors that sounded very much like the movie characters. As the Lion King musical ages it will be interesting to see how they spice things up with this particular scene. The costumes are amazing and the dancing is a little humorous but anyone that has been to the show multiple times might want to see something that is a little bit different. If this is not your first trip to see the Lion King musical you may want to take note of some of the smaller things like the actors looking at the orchestra or how they place themselves before a scene actually gets started.

By Jesse Wojdylo



The Wizard Of Oz

September 13th, 2013
"Wizard of Oz"

Wizard of Oz

How Will The Wizard of Oz Compare to Wicked?
I was spoiled when it comes to Broadway musicals as my first experience was Wicked. My second experience was Wicked and my third experience was Wicked. After that I enjoyed Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Jersey Boys, Phantom of the Opera and a handful of other musicals and plays. That said, nothing will compare to Wicked. It was my first and it has a special place in my heart. The first time I heard Defying Gravity there were goosebumps all over my body and chills running down my spin. Now that a new aged version of The Wizard of Oz is touring it will be interesting to see how it compares.

Can Anything Compare to Wicked?
For me, the answer is likely no. For anyone else, the answer is yes or maybe. The reason Wicked is so special to me is because of timing in life. I have always been a sports guy. I ran track in college and I consume as much college football and NFL as possible. If you would have asked me ten years ago if I would ever attend a musical or play I would have laughed at you and said that is not “manly”. As I started to grow older, into my late 20s, I realized that just because some people would not consider an activity “manly” it does not mean it is something I would not enjoy. I slowly learned that doing what I wanted to do meant not caring what others thought.

Around 2008 or 2009 I decided that it was time to expand my horizons and start to do a few different things. Remember, former college athlete here. I attempted to learn to play the piano, I purchased tickets to Wicked and I even tried to learn to cook. Well, the piano and cooking didn’t go over so well but the tickets to Wicked were worth every penny. Part of the reason I enjoyed Wicked so much was the atmosphere. I had amazing seats and the audio was crystal clear. During the first few scenes of the musical I was in awe of the talent. I had never been to a live performance of individuals that were so talented.

To be able to sing, dance and act all at the same time was unheard of to me. I had been to alternative music concerts over the course of my college and young adult career but most of these singers didn’t necessarily hit it out of the park with their performances. It was more of the atmosphere than the singing and dancing ability of these alternative singers. In fact, I would be willing to say that very few musical talents that go on tour have the ability to sing in a Broadway musical. The singing part is just the beginning as they have to dance and act as well. I think we can all agree that most rock, alternative and country singers do not have the ability to dance; especially when compared to those that participate in Wicked or The Wizard of Oz.

The newest version of The Wizard of Oz by Andrew Lloyd Weber will illustrate the story of Dorothy and the Wicked Witch of the West. If you have seen Wicked you will absolutely love The Wizard of Oz. One of the most enjoyable experiences in theatre or entertainment is to see each side of the story. In Wicked, we learned that the Wicked Witch of the West wasn’t all that bad. She had a few daddy issues and family issues but to the core she really wasn’t as bad as she is made out to be in The Wizard of Oz.

When The Wizard of Oz movie was released 1939 the Broadway musical Wicked was not considered as part of the plot. In fact, it took several decades for us to finally hear the other side of the story. Classic songs like “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and “We’re Off to See the Wizard” will be part of the newest Wizard musical but look for some other tidbits that have been added to modernize this musical. If there is an opportunity to consume Wicked and The Wizard of Oz during the same week or same month that might be the pinnacle of a theater watching career.

The Best Seats at a Broadway Musical
Most of my musical consumption has come on the east coast in the Durham Performing Arts Center and the Landmark Theater in Richmond, Virginia. These two theaters are on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to technology. The Durham Performing Arts Center is one of the most innovative theaters in the United States. In fact, over the last few years the DPAC has had one of the highest capacity rates in the United States. In 2008, the DPAC opened and it has continued to renovate to stay on the cutting edge of technology. It cost $48 million to build this beautiful structure.

On the flip side of that, the Landmark Theater in Richmond, Virginia was completed in 1926 and it is a true, old fashioned theater. Just looking at images of the Landmark Theater will help to illustrate the traditional style of the structure. The seats are very close together. Fortunately, I am a small to medium sized adult. I would imagine anyone over the size of 220 pounds would struggle to fit in these seats. The restrooms have not been renovated so during the intermission it can take anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes to relieve oneself. These are issues that must be considered when going to watch any Broadway musical.

When you decide on where you want to sit for a Broadway Musical it is important to determine what you want to get out of the performance. If you just want to hear the music and the visuals are not that important there is no reason to pay $500 for floor seats. If you enjoy getting to see the actors and actresses close up that $500 investment might be a consideration. Looking at the floor plans and seating chart of a theater is imperative. Almost all theaters have seats that are semi blocked. Ticket holders will be able to see the majority of the stage but they cannot see the whole panoramic view. Take the time to research what views are blocked and what seats are best for the money.

Just because tickets are expensive it does not mean they are the best. Also, check out the fees before making a final decision. Most people that have attended a sports or entertainment event have had to pay lofty fees. Fortunately, there are a few websites and companies that offer no fees when making a ticket purchase. Look for these no fee websites. Even though a no fee ticket may be $100 it will be cheaper than a ticket that is $90 with fees. Before giving away that credit card number or paying with a debit card analyze the fee structure to determine what is truly the best deal.

Will The Wizard of Oz Sell Out?
The Wizard of Oz is a newer broadway musical by Andrew Lloyd Weber so diehard fans cannot expect tickets to last all the way until the date of the performance. Grab some tickets ahead of time rather than paying top dollar during the day of the event. Planning ahead is a smart decision when it comes to the newer Broadway Musicals. From personal experience, I know that the first few times a musical comes to town it will sell out quickly. After this particular musical visits a town or city for four or five years tickets are easier to come by. The Wizard of Oz started in 2011 so it is still new to a large audience. This means tickets are going to remain hot.

There are a number of upcoming events at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles. If Wizard of Oz is not an option during September and October consider War Horse, the Lion King, the Book or Mormon or Evita. All of these options will be available for fans of the Pantages Theater. When looking for ticket, parking or general information about the Pantages Theater make sure to check out PantagesTheaterTickets.com. There are plenty of upcoming events available but think ahead to avoid the high costs that come with a day of event purchase.

By Jesse Wojdylo



Catch..Catch Me If You Can as soon in Los Angeles as you can

March 8th, 2013
Catch Me If You Can Tickets Pantages Theater

Catch Me If You Can Pantages Theater

The 2013 Pantages Calendar of events is upon us. Their lineup of Broadway shows consists of Catch Me If You Can. This exciting and colorful play is based not only on the hit 2002 movie with Leonard DiCaprio but also the true life story of Frank Abagnale. Frank Abagnale was born in 1948. By the time he was fifteen, he had learned to use his father’s gas credit card to run up charges and buy items from the gas station only to return them for cash. He racked up a bill of thousands of dollars. Frank Abagnale eventually became one of the most famous under-age con artists in American history. He evaded arrests at least twice and by the time he was caught for good had embezzled an estimated $2 million in checks. He posed as an airline pilot, a doctor, a teacher’s assistant at Columbia University, and an attorney amongst other things. He was caught in 1969 in France after an Air France attendant he dated recognized him and notified authorities. By the time he was arrested, at least twelve countries had charges out on him. Frank Abagnale’s ingenuity in his crimes would serve him well later in life. He only served five of his twelve year sentence and after being released he was hired by the U.S. government to help them catch other cons doing similar fraud. Today he is a widely respected speaker and has one son in the FBI. This exciting Broadway play takes you on the series of unbelievable adventures that Frank Abagnale Jr. embarked on. This stunning show is taking Pantages audiences everywhere on a fun and exciting journey through the bold and brazen stints successfully accomplished by Abagnale. Catch Me If You Can has been long anticipated and now it’s finally here in Los Angeles at the Pantages Theater!

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By D Kelly Visit me at Google



Mike Tyson the Truth is the Truth

March 8th, 2013

Pantages Theater is showcasing Mike Tyson: The Undisputed Truth. This incredible show offers a rare insight to the former heavyweight world champion. To some audiences the show is repugnant as Mike Tyson seems transparent in his efforts to be quote unquote truthful. Written by Tyson’s third wife Kiki, he claims to be “domesticated” by his violent and tumultuous life which most would say he brought upon himself. From a past littered with violence starting with a self-reported thirty arrests by age twelve, to his domestic violence accusations, to rape charges, to his cannibalism. Boxing fans worldwide and even just those in awe of such a shockingly talented athlete who couldn’t seem more reproachable to the civilized world, Mike Tyson’s Undisputed Truth leaves audience a bit stunned by both the things he is willing to profess on stage and by the seeming attempt not to convince us that he is an A-Okay kind of guy but to convince himself that he is. He presents his life story as a victim and the only crime for which he apologized for was biting off Evander Holyfield’s ear. Either way, the man is a world-famous icon and brand recognized everywhere and this affords a rare opportunity to hear him speak or attempt to on an intimate level, an effort which given his rocky past should be applauded in and of itself. No one is perfect and it is clear to the world that the man wants a fresh start and another chance at life. He is a forty-six year old Brooklyn native who didn’t seem to be given many tools for refinement growing up and this is a noble and courageous effort from anyone. I definitely suggest checking this out!

Tickets for Mike Tyson Undisputed Truth are still available for both March 9th and 10th.

By D Kelly Visit me at Google



FANTASTIC See Book of Mormon at the Pantages Theater

September 8th, 2012
The Book of Mormon Los Angeles

The Book of Mormon Los Angeles

Hey guys, So Wednesday night I was fortunate enough to be able to go and see the Book of Mormon at the Pantages Theatre and sat in Mezz Left row A. Part of the stage was blocked in the back left corner, however there was very little that happened back there so it didn’t really detract from the overall view of the show. If you have one of the two inside seats in either the farthest most left or right section you should still have a pretty unobstructed view of the stage. Anything more though and you will start to have have some of the stage cut off.

Overall I found the show to be absolutely FANTASTIC! I am not a theatre person at all and had not been to the Pantages since I was a teenager and saw the Lion King way back in the day. Anyone who is a fan of South Park will absolutely love this show as it really is basically that style of humor. People who are religious fanatics probably will be a bit offended and take the jokes a bit too personally, but anyone who goes in there with the attitude of this show is a giant joke and is meant to be ridiculous will thoroughly enjoy it. There is a ton of profanity so you definitely will not want to take young children. The songs are quite catchy so don’t be surprised if you find yourself singing them to yourself on the drive home. The show is about two and a half hours long and includes a 15 minute intermission.

I highly recommend the show to everyone here and definitely would not hesitate to see the show again!

By Danielle Kelly



Ten reasons to see the Book of Mormon

June 20th, 2012

The Book of Mormon Musical. It’s true, And I lived to tell about it.

I must confess, I was interested to see what all the buzz was about. The Broadway musical called “the best musical of this century” about the Book of Mormon was great opportunity too appealing to reject. It was an complete BOOST.  My mom laughed even more than i did. And at places I did not. Her howls of joy made me wish I knew the inside details of everything-Mormon so I, too, could possibly get every single joke.

Regardless, given the South Park reputation of this production, here are my top 10 good reasons to see it, which consists of a listof sorts that will help you choose if you are truly the target audience for such a theater-going experience as The Book of Mormon:

  1. You can view South Park episodes with out getting mad and upset. You’ve got to realize: the sense of humor of this musical is very South Park. Which indicates it’s incredibly wise, yet it takes things way far above the tolerable.
  2. Putting humor and religious beliefs together is fine in your book. Be ready for them to poke some serious fun, not only at Mormonism, but the nature of religious beliefs in general.
  3. You are religiously edutacted enough to get the jokes.
  4. You have got a smooth spot in you about the power and reason of belief, and the ways that it inspires the devout. As much as they poke fun of, I’ll name it “Mormon earnestness,” the musical also highlights this thing pretty much.
  5. You may want to close your eyes at some of the most fancy parts. I will not recount them here. I definitely had my palms over my eyes during a few scenes. But I was having fun like crazy behind them, too.
  6. You adore great music. Mainly by Robert Lopez, the composer behind the Broadway smash, Avenue Q, who did the music for Book of Mormon. The amazing, wonderful music. The songs are insane fantastic.
  7. You enjoy in great musicals.
  8. You really like  listen to men in particular, vocal in harmony. The musical has a pack of missionary Mormon boys. They are not only absolutely entertaining and succeeding, but their voices are brilliant.
  9. You adore looking at guys dancing in a musical. Yes, truth be told, there is wonderful dancing in this musical. All performed by the missionary boys. The choreography is both terrific as well and increases the humor.
  10. You need to ensure you get in on what is certain to be Broadway’s latest smash. Truly. It’s that funny.

 

Conclusion

I want to see it again. Seriously. I do. The book of Mormon is sweetest thing you’ll see in the theater this year, and quite possibly the funniest musical ever. I’m looking forward to seeing it at the Pantages Theater.

By Danielle Kelly



Ghost the Musical previews in New York

April 10th, 2012
Ghost the Musical

Ghost the Musical

Ghost The Musical is a musical with book and lyrics by Bruce Joel Rubin and music and lyrics by Dave Stewart and Glen Ballard.

Based on the hit 1990 romantic drama film of the same name, the musical had its world premiere at the Manchester Opera House in Manchester . The new musical then began its West End run in summer 2011, and opened on 19 July.[ A Broadway transfer will open in spring 2012.

The plot centres on lovers Sam and Molly, who are attacked as they are returning to their apartment. When Sam dies he becomes caught between the real world and the next. Molly is in danger and Sam cannot leave her. A medium, Oda Mae Brown, helps Sam to get in touch with Molly to warn her.

Cast of the Ghost Broadway Production

Cast of the Ghost Broadway Production

Ghost stars Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Caissie Levy, Richard Fleeshman and Bryce Pinkham celebrate a show well done.

Ghost celebrated its first Broadway preview on March 15, 2012 at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

Ghost Preview at the  Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

Ghost Preview at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

 

Ghost the Musicial will be at the LA Pantages Theater from June 27 – July 13 2014

By Danielle Kelly

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Chicago The Musical Coming to LA Starring Christie Brinkley as Roxie Hart

February 3rd, 2012

Christie Brinkley As Roxy in Chicago

Christie Brinkley As Roxy in Chicago

Get ready Los Angeles! “Chicago The Musical,” will return to Los Angeles at the Pantages Theatre. Winner of six Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical, Chicago the musical is back and will perform on May 15 to May 27, 2012. Expect them again as they bring the best entertainment and popular music in Los Angeles.

Chicago the musical is based on 1926 play by reporter Maurine Dallas Watkins. It was first performed in 46th Street Theatre on June 3, 1975, from a book by Bob Fosse and Fred Ebb, with music by John Kander and lyrics by Fred Ebb. It is a thrilling story about an ambitious chorus girl Roxie Hart who will do anything for her dreams even if it means killing her lover and frames her husband, but failed and was imprisoned. She wanted to have a career and be a star in Vaudeville, but she only gains popularity during her courtroom acquittal. Inside the women’s block in Cook County Jail she meets Velma Kelly who is also a murderer and a headline star. Together they teamed up with the help of a corrupt lawyer Billy Flynn and will try to do anything just to escape execution.

The star of the show Roxie Hart will be played by Christie Brinkley. She first played as Roxie Hart on April 8, 2011 and still reprising her role as you see her perform at Los Angeles Pantages Theatre. Christie Brinkley is one of the successful supermodels and also an actress. Brinkley also worked as a photographer, writer, and designer, she is also an activist for human and animal rights and the environment. She was married before to a popular musician Billy Joel in 1985 but they divorced in 1994, although it was short they are given one child, Alexa Ray Joel.

“We are thrilled to welcome Christie and her incredible dedication, focus and determination that she exhibits,” said producer Barry Weissler. “I’m excited to share with audiences the stellar performance that she delivers.”

Christie Brinkley was also known for her three consecutive appearances on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, appeared on more than 500 magazine covers worldwide and also had long-running contract with CoverGirl.  As part of her new company she launched a line of natural skin care products, Christie Brinkley Beauty.

She was discovered by an American photographer Errol Sawyer in a post office in Paris at the age of 18 and introduced to John Casablancas of Elite Model Management agency in Paris. She also met Patrick Demarchelier a French photographer as it was the start of her modeling career. Soon after she was signed a contract for three national ad campaigns and was seen at the cover of Glamour magazine, along with a record 20-year contract with cosmetics brand CoverGirl, it was the longest-running cosmetics contract of any model in history.

“Chicago the musical is entertaining, fun, sexy and brilliant. You will enjoy the spectacular musical play of Chicago. The dancers were fantastic, sexy and athletic; you couldn’t take your eyes off them, boys and girls alike. The choreography is all good. Fully recommended Chicago the musical to anyone who likes a good time!”

Chicago The Musical at the Pantages Theater will be performing 05/15 – 05/27.



What to wear for a night out at the Theater

February 3rd, 2012

Not sure what to wear when going to the Theater? LA,  Miami,  New York,  Chicago,  London can all be different depending on weather, the cities views on fashion and other factors. Los Angeles Theater can be known as usually dressing casual while New York and London dressing to the nines is not uncomon. Here is some ideas for a night out at the Theater.

To look best when going to that opening night, you need to know the best outfit to wear when going to the theatre. Even though the official dress code is not there, you will not be respecting the directors and the actors if you go to the theatre wearing your pajamas. This is time to remove your Sunday best and iron them and you need to learn what to wear when you are going to a theatre.

Here are the things you will need if you want to identify the best outfit:

Outfit for men:

  • A white dress shirt
  • A suit or sport coat
  • Loafers
  • Ironed slacks
  • Nice Jeans
  • Dress shoes
  • A nice belt
  • A collared shirt

Outfit for women:

  • Nice heels
  • Pencil skirt
  • Cocktail dress, the length should be knee-length and should not be very short
  • A blouse or tank top with cardigan

1. Know the type of performance you are attending.

Dressing rules are different and this mainly depends on the time of the day or of the week when the show is being held. The shows that are held over the weekdays and on daylight hours and over the weekends usually require that you dress-down and make sure that your look is polished. The dress for the shows that are held on weekend nights and evenings must be formal and the guest are usually urged to dress this way. The first step in learning what to wear when going to the theatre is to know the type of performance you are attending.

2. Business casual attire is used when you are going to a weekend or weekday performance held during the day.

The affairs here are usually casual; there is no need of wearing a suit and a tie. However, your look should be presentable and the only option that you can go for is the business casual. For guys, you should wear a collared shirt and tuck it into your slacks, make sure they are ironed, and pair them with a good belt and loafers (the belt and loafers should both be either all brown or black). The dressing code for the ladies should be a tank top with a cardigan or a blouse, heels and a pencil skirt.

3. When you are going to a weekend night, weekday evening or opening night performance, the dressing should be business formal.

Night and opening night performances in most theatres are mainly the black-tie affairs and you should dress this way. Men should wear a combination formal pants and sports coat or a dark suit, the shirt should be white and a tie that match. Ladies should dress simply with classy heels and a cocktail dress.

When you know what you will wear when going to a theatre, you will make these outings memorable. When you put on the best clothes and act the way you are expected, your look will always be awesome on every occasion. There is no code of conduct that has been set for the theatres, make sure that you are always  tidy, presentable and neat to make people know that you know what to wear when going to the theatre.

We hope you enjoy your night at the Los Angeles Pantages Theater or one of the other fine Theater’s you may be attending.  If you are looking for a restaurant near the Pantages theater please feel free to check out our restaurant guide.



Christie Brinkley to star in Chicago at Pantages Theatre May 15 – 27

February 2nd, 2012
HOLLYWOOD – “Chicago,” winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival, will return to Los Angeles at the Pantages Theatre for a limited two-week engagement May 15-27
After her critically-acclaimed debut as Roxie Hart on Broadway and in London’s West End, Christie Brinkley, one of the world’s most successful supermodels, will make her Los Angeles debut this spring as she reprises her killer role in the award-winning musical.
Set amidst the razzle-dazzle decadence of the 1920s, “Chicago” is the story of Roxie Hart, a housewife and nightclub dancer who murders her on-the-side lover after he threatens to walk out on her. Desperate to avoid conviction, she dupes the public, the media and her rival cellmate, Velma Kelly, by hiring Chicago’s slickest criminal lawyer to transform her malicious crime into a barrage of sensational headlines, the likes of which might just as easily be ripped from today’s tabloids.

The performance schedule for “Chicago” is Tuesday through Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Sunday at 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Find out more about Chicago at the Pantages Theater.
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