Theatergoers, take note that a number of Broadway in Chicago productions have been suspended or canceled in accordance with state recommendations.
Here's what you need to know: The ongoing production of What the Constitution Means to Me has been suspended until March 31, when it's expected to resume a limited-capacity run through its scheduled closing date of April 12—though that's pending advice from the CDC and Chicago Department of Health.
The Bachelor Live On Stage, scheduled for March 14, has also been postponed until October 10. Similarly, the upcoming production of My Fair Lady, scheduled to run from March 24 through April 12, has been rescheduled for May 10 through May 23. The Chicago tour stop of the English rock band Keane, scheduled for March 20 at the Cadillac Palace Theatre, has been canceled.
Tickets are still available for shows debuting in April—like the Britney Spears jukebox musical Once Upon a One More Time—though the company notes that it will evaluate upcoming productions based on feedback from local health authorities. In the meantime, if you've already bought tickets for any of the delayed or canceled shows, you can seek a refund via your point of purchase. Visit Broadway in Chicago's website for a list of contact info.
Keep up to date on the latest developments in Chicago with our ongoing list of event cancellations and venue closures.