Chicago Theatre Week prepares for 2015 run

Allen Gilmore and Alfred H. Wilson in “Waiting for Godot” at Court Theatre. | Joe Mazza/Brave Lux Inc.
(Image: Allen Gilmore and Alfred H. Wilson in Waiting for Godot at Court Theatre. | Joe Mazza/Brave Lux Inc.)

Now in its third year, the Chicago Theatre Week returns in an expanded format that will run Feb. 12-22, 2015, at various theaters across the city. More than 100 productions are participating in the event that features value-priced tickets ($15 and $30, or less) to more than 600 performances from some of Chicago’s most acclaimed theater companies.

Some of the participating shows include: The Selfish Giant at Chicago Children’s Theatre; Waiting for Godot at Court Theatre; Rapture, Blister, Burn at the Goodman Theatre; Tannhäuser at the Lyric Opera of Chicago; Tommy at Paramount Theatre; Marie Antoinette at Steppenwolf Theatre Company; Mr. Burns: A Post Electric Play at Theater Wit; and Samsara at Victory Gardens Theater.

The week developed from a partnership between the League of Chicago Theatres and Choose Chicago designed to showcase the “extraordinary rage of theatrical offerings” throughout the city.

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