Daily except Mon, Tue & Wed until Dec 15 2019
Chicago: The Musical
The legendary director and choreographer Bob Fosse had the vision for Chicago in 1975 when he obtained the rights from the original book writer Maurine Watkins. He joined forces with the musical team of John Kander and Fred Ebb who had previously written Cabaret, to create the first version of the musical Chicago. It ran for 600 performances until 1979, until it was revived on Broadway in 1996, then a year later in London's West End. The world-famous tale of love, murder and corruption holds the record for the second longest-running show ever to run on Broadway, and will be performed at Shanghai's Majestic Theatre between December 5 and 15. Performance is in English with Chinese subtitles.