The Marriott Theater, known as Chicagoland’s longest-running musical theater, has announced its 2023 season, featuring big musical stars, baseball and “Big Fish” as well as options for younger audiences.
it’s under the direction of the weather Peter Blairwho later took over as executive director Terry James retired This summer, and Peter Marston Sullivan, who replaced Aaron Thielen, as artistic director.
“big fish” (February 1, 2023, March 19, 2023): Based on the hit film and book, the show follows Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman. Directed by Henri Godinez and choreographed by Tommy Rapley.
“Damn Yankees” (April 19, 2023, June 4, 2023): The show is about a middle-aged man who makes a deal with the devil to become a baseball player. his goal? To help your favorite team, the Washington Senators, beat the New York Yankees. Directed by James Vasquez with choreography by Tyler Hahns.
“Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story” (June 28, 2023, until August 13, 2023): This musical, which has won seven Tony Awards, follows the rise of Buddy Holly until his tragic death in 1959 and includes hits such as “Every Day”. Directed and choreographed by Amber Mak.
“gypsy” (August 30, 2023, October 15, 2023): This classic musical tells the story of one particularly aspiring stage mom, with tons of hits like “Everything Coming Up Roses” and “Let Me Entertain You.” Directed by Victor Malana Mayogue and choreographed by Stephanie Clemons.
“Beautiful: Carole King Musical” (November 8, 2023, until December 31, 2023): The season ends with this Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical about Carole King, featuring songs such as “You’ve Got a Friend” and “Natural Woman”. are hits.
For younger audiences, the 2023 season will include “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” (February 17, 2023, through April 1, 2023), “Elephant and Piggy we’re in a game!” (July 14, 2023, August 13, 2023) and “Ice Queen” (November 17, 2023, until December 31, 2023).
Marriott Theater; 10 Marriott Drive, Lincolnshire; Season subscriptions will be available from October 12th, with singles tickets on sale on November 15th. More information at 847-634-0200 or marriottheatre.com