The coziest of Broadway in Chicago’s downtown houses, the former Shubert Theatre (and, more recently, the former LaSalle Bank Theatre and Bank of America Theatre), has been spectacularly renovated. Although it mainly features national tours of shows that have already played New York, it occasionally hosts pre-Broadway tryout engagements such as Spamalot and Twyla Tharp and Billy Joel’s Movin’ Out; it's soon to be the Chicago home of Hamilton. Because of its intimacy, it’s also the downtown house most likely to host the occasional touring straight play.
|Venue name:||The PrivateBank Theatre||Contact:|
18 W Monroe St
|Cross street:||between State and Dearborn Sts|
|Transport:||El stop: Blue, Red to Monroe. Bus: 6, 14, 22, 24, 29, 36.|
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