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Chicago Theatre Week

The fifth annual celebration of Chicago theater puts a spotlight on new stages

Now in its fifth year, Chicago Theatre Week aims to do for theater what Restaurant Week does for dining—driving traffic and tourism to the city's stages with discounted tickets, special events and travel deals. Browse through our best bets here and check ticket availability at ChicagoTheatreWeek.com; share photos of your experience with the hashtag #CTW17 on Instagram and Twitter to be entered to win a dinner and theater package.

What is Chicago Theatre Week?

More than 100 participating productions at venues from Steppenwolf to the Second City, from the downtown Theater District to the suburbs and everywhere in between, will offer tickets at discounted price points of $15 or $30 during the promotion. 

When is Chicago Theatre Week?

Chicago Theatre Week is February 9–19, 2017.

Chicago Theatre Week 2017

The best of what's left for Chicago Theatre Week
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The best of what's left for Chicago Theatre Week

What to see that’s still on the table

The best shows to see during Chicago Theatre Week
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The best shows to see during Chicago Theatre Week

More than 100 shows are offering discounted tickets during this year's fifth annual Chicago Theatre Week running February 9 to 19, from musicals to sketch and improv comedy, storefront dramas, children's theater and more. It's a stark reminder of the incredible amount of activity on the city's stages year-round. Choosing what to use your precious discount days on can be daunting, so here we've gathered our reviews for those Theatre Week shows we've seen and designated Time Out critics' picks, along with some best bets for shows we haven't yet had the opportunity to review. Find all of our current theater reviews here, check ticket availability at ChicagoTheatreWeek.com, and share your plans on Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #CTW17 to be entered to win a dinner and theater prize package.

Chicago Theatre Week show reviews
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Chicago Theatre Week show reviews

Looking to take some theatrical chances thanks to Chicago Theatre Week's great ticket deals, but don't know where to start? We're collecting Time Out's critics' takes on participating shows right here throughout the promotion. You can also check out our best bets for new shows and browse the complete list of available deals at ChicagoTheatreWeek.com. Share your plans on Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #CTW17 to be entered into a Chicago Theatre Week prize giveaway.

League of Chicago Theatres 2017 Chicago Theatre Week Twitter and Instagram Contest
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League of Chicago Theatres 2017 Chicago Theatre Week Twitter and Instagram Contest

LEAGUE OF CHICAGO THEATRES 2017 CHICAGO THEATRE WEEK TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM CONTEST OFFICIAL RULES AND CONSUMER DISCLOSURE NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THIS CONTEST. You have not yet won. A purchase will not improve the chances of winning. Restrictions apply. This contest is not sponsored, endorsed, or administered by, or associated with, Twitter or Instagram. SPONSOR: This contest is sponsored by the League of Chicago Theatres, 17 N. Wabash, Suite 520, Chicago, IL 60602. ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible, a person must be at least 18 years old as of the date of entry and a legal resident of the 50 U.S. states or the District of Columbia. CONTEST PERIOD: The contest period starts on February 9, 2017 (beginning at 12:00 AM) and continues until 11:59PM on February 19, 2017. HOW TO ENTER: Via Twitter or Instagram- Each eligible person who shares a photo of their Theatre Week experience with the hashtag #CTW17 during the contest period will be entered to win (public accounts only). There is a limit of one entry per person per platform, with a maximum of 2 entries (one on Twitter, one on Instagram). It is recommended, but not required, that each person entering in this manner should follow @ChicagoPlays on Twitter and/or Instagram to be notified of winner selection, as described below. The content of the posts must be original work of the entrant and must not violate any other person’s copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property rights

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