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LATEST NEWS – Donna Marie Asbury played her final performance in Broadway’s Chicago at the Ambassador Theatre after 20 years in the cast on June 3.

Read More – Japanese superstar Ryoko Yonekura will return to the Broadway production by popular demand in the role of “Roxie Hart” for 16 performances only, July 1 to July 14, 2019, at the Ambassador Theatre.

Read More – The Waitress alum takes on the role of Roxie Hart in the long-running musical.

Read More – The legendary supermodel rejoins the long-running musical for the third time.

Read More – Brinkley, who made her Broadway debut in the musical in 2010 and played a return engagement in 2012, will once again step into the role of Roxie Hart through May 12 at the Ambassador Theatre.

Read More – Veronica Dunne is putting her jazz shoes back on. The stage-and-screen star will step back into the Broadway revival of Chicago as Roxie Hart for a six-week limited run from February 12 through March 24.

Read More – Ryoko Yonekura, the multi-talented original star of the Japanese-language production of Chicago, will return to the Broadway revival as Roxie Hart on July 1. Yonekura will play a limited 16-performance run through July 16.

Read More – The Tony-winning, record-breaking hit musical revival of Chicago has announced a national casting call, in partnership with, to find the next Roxie Hart to headline the Broadway production. The Search for Roxie!, launching in January 2019, will invite contestants to submit their audition tapes online to enter the casting call.

Read More – Audiences at the October 16 performance of Chicago were given a special treat. Television personality Jenna Bush Hager made her Broadway debut with a special appearance in the musical alongside longtime star Bianca Marroquín and Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr. Watch Bush Hager thrill audiences in her first Broadway appearance below, and make plans soon to experience Kander & Ebb’s classic show for yourself.

Read More – The producers of Broadway’s long-running Chicago have announced that Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding Jr. will join the cast as smooth-talking lawyer Billy Flynn for a limited engagement October 6-November 18.

Read More –  Chicago is continuing its North American tour with a slew of new dates announced across the country! The longest running American musical in Broadway history is hitting Houston, Tampa, Detroit, and many more cities.

Read More – Months after reports first surfaced, Israeli singer Shiri Maimon confirmed that she will be taking on a starring role in the Broadway show Chicago this fall. Maimon, who first came to fame in Israel on the first season of Kochav Haba in 2003, has become one of Israel’s most popular performing artists. In 2005 she represented Israel at the Eurovision Song Contest, coming in fourth place – Israel’s highest finish in the 21st century until this year.

Read More – Cady Huffman is headed back to Broadway with jazz shoes on. The Tony-winning super talent will take on the role of Matron “Mama” Morton in long-running hit Chicago beginning on April 23. She will succeed current star Valerie Simpson, who will play her final performance as planned on April 22. Huffman is a Tony winner for The Producers.

Read More – With her husband, the late Nickolas Ashford, singer-songwriter Valerie Simpson is responsible for a series of hits that defined a generation. At this point in her legendary career, Simpson has nothing to prove. And yet, she’s currently scaling a new mountain: Broadway. Through April 21, she can be seen having the time of her life as Mama Morton in Chicago.

Read More – Casting is now set for the upcoming London revival of Chicago, which begins performances March 26 at the Phoenix Theatre prior to an official opening April 11.

Read More – Kandi Burruss is headed to Broadway! The Real Housewives of Atlanta star and Grammy-winning composer will play Matron “Mama” Morton in the long-running hit Chicago for a run from January 15 through March 11, 2018.

Read More – YouTube star and stage alum Todrick Hall will bring a lot of razzle-dazzle to Broadway later this month in the long-running hit Chicago. The star will appear as Billy Flynn for an engagement from November 30, 2017 through January 14, 2018.

Read More — Producers of the long-running, Tony-winning revival of Chicago announced March 17 that the record-breaking production will celebrate composer John Kander’s 90th birthday at the March 21 performance at the Ambassador Theatre (219 W. 49th St., NYC). That evening’s show will feature surprise appearances and special performances for Kander, who will be present.

Read More — Grammy Award winner Brandy Norwood is set to play Roxie Hart in a limited two-week engagement of Chicago (National Tour) at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., April 4-16.

Read More — Current cast members performing on this special night will be Bianca Marroquín as Roxie Hart, Lana Gordon as Velma Kelly, Jason Danieley as Billy Flynn, Raymond Bokhour as Amos Hart, Roz Ryan as Mama Morton.

Read More — A welcoming committee consisting of Broadway’s Velma, Roxie and Billy Flynn, Amra-Faye Wright, Bianca Marroquín and Jaime Camil, dropped by for a visit and to pose with the ladies who will be taking on their roles uptown.

Read More — These longtime pals make history as the first two Mexican performers to lead a Great White Way musical together.

Read More — Chicago is celebrating its 20th anniversary year on Broadway and is planning to paint the town!

Read More — The original 1996 cast met at Westchester Airport for a photo shoot celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the show.

Read More — The Visit‘s Jason Danieley will take on the role of Billy Flynn starting October 13th.

Read More — Into the Woods and “Devious Maids” star steps into the role of Billy Flynn beginning Monday, June 15th.

Read More — Chicago welcomes back Peruvian soap opera star Marco Zunino through June 14th only.

Read More — The Broadway company of the Tony Award-winning, record-breaking hit musical Chicago will welcome Grammy Award winner Brandy Norwood to the Ambassador Theatre beginning April 28.

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