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Unforgettable performances. Bold theatricality. Spirited storytelling. 

Nothing compares to the unmistakable connection between artist and audience at Chicago Shakespeare. In the first half of 2023, our stages will be home to a striking new adaptation of a literary classic and Barbara Gaines’ final production as artistic director.

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Wuthering Heights

The Comedy of Errors

 

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The ultimate in flexibility—6 Ticket Credits for you to use on any show, at any time through June 2024. Enjoy premium seating access anywhere in the theater with an “All Access” Bard Card. Looking for the most affordable option? The “Economy Bard Card” delivers at $300—that’s only $50 per ticket (some seating restrictions apply).

 

Wuthering Heights

Critically acclaimed hit from London

Emily Brontë’s novel is fantastically reimagined by groundbreaking theater-maker Emma Rice. The wild moors of Yorkshire are the setting for an epic story of love, revenge, and redemption—called “a wildly imaginative, exhilarating piece of theatre” by The Daily Mail.

The Comedy of Errors

Barbara Gaines’ final production as Artistic Director

Barbara Gaines revisits her signature interpretation of Shakespeare’s riotous comedy with new scenes penned by Second City’s Ron West. Backstage antics and hilarious complications abound as an eccentric group of actors gather on a 1940 London movie set to film the play for the troops.

 

   

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