At the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street N, Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202
Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-7:00pm

At the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street N, Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202


Book by Fred Ebb & Bob Fosse • Music by John Kander • Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Based on the play Chicago by Maurine Dallas Watkins

And All That Jazz

The longest running American musical in Broadway history, as well as an academy-award winning movie, Chicago has seduced audiences across the globe. Now, it’s set to knock you off your feet as the merry murderesses of the Cook County jail paint the town in this fresh new production. Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly have their sights set on fame and fortune, and they’re willing to do more than just flirt with danger to get it. This fierce and passionate musical shines with an award-winning score of hits like “Cell Block Tango,” “Razzle Dazzle,” and “All That Jazz.”

May 9 - June 29, 2013

Preview Performance: May 8, 2013
ASL Interpreted Performance: May 25, 2013
Post-Show Discussion: June 11, 2013

Running Time: TBD

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  • Cast
    Taryn Darr

    Roxie Hart
    Taryn Darr*

    Desiree Davar

    Velma Kelly
    Desiree Davar*

    Richard Gray

    Amos Hart
    Richard Gray*

    Ryan McCabe

    Mary Sunshine
    Ryan McCabe

    Trina Mills

    Trina Mills

    Shaunyce Omar

    Matron Mama Morton
    Shaunyce Omar

    Timothy McCuen Piggee

    Billy Flynn
    Timothy McCuen Piggee*

    Natalie Ryder

    Natalie Ryder*

    Mara Solar

    Mara Solar*

    Adam Somers

    Fred Casely
    Adam Somers*

    Katy Tabb

    Katy Tabb

    Indeah Thomaier

    Indeah Thomaier

    Pamela Turpen

    Pamela Turpen


    Velma Kelly: Trina Mills
    Roxie Hart: Mara Solar*
    Billy Flynn: Art Anderson*
    Amos Hart/Mary Sunshine: Eric Brotherson*
    Matron Mama Morton: Kate Jaeger
    Male Ensemble: Michael Feldman
    Female Ensemble: Taylor Niemeyer


    Art Anderson*, Eric Brotherson*, Gabriel Corey*, Paul Flanagan, Kyle Johnson*, Trina Mills, Natalie Ryder*, John David Scott*, Mara Solar*, Adam Somers*, Katy Tabb, Indeah Thomaier, Pamela Turpen

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    "There are so many huge numbers in this but people will love 'Roxie,' it's beautiful, stunning. It's a dream, it is wonderful." HeraldNet

    A cheeky, chic Chicago the Musical, in Issaquah and Everett Kirkland Reporter

    "As Roxie Hart, Taryn Darr balances trashy and adorable as adroitly as she handles Kristin Holland's razzmatazz choreography." Seattle Weekly

    Chicago is always a good time. Musical numbers like “All That Jazz,” “Razzle Dazzle,” and “Cell Block Tango” just never get old. Ever. The cast is super-strong (Richard Gray, who plays Amos Hart, has been somewhat of an actor darling of mine since First Date. Heed the Hedonist

    Killers in lingerie: Village’s snazzy ‘Chicago’ The Seattle Times

    Village Theatre has done it again. A spectacularly bright triumph, its current rendition of Chicago is a gleaming, Broadway-worthy production. High production values, crisp choreography, a frenetic pace and brilliant comedic timing are all markers of this soaring rendition. Chosen Magazine

    It doesn’t matter if you see this production in Issaquah or Everett. But, whatever you do, go see “Chicago.” The Daily Record

    "Chicago" is the most recent example of the extraordinarily high standards the Village sets for musical theater, whether new works or, like this one, a well-loved classic. Seattle Actor

    "This is it, this is as good as it gets." 425 Magazine

    If you've already seen the show a million times or have never seen it, be sure to get yourself to this one. Missing it would be a crime. Darr takes Roxie beyond the simpering little twit and into the realm of schemer that I think the role demands. Davar is a true triple threat with her insanely athletic dancing, rich voice and stunning stage presence. You could not ask for a better Billy Flynn than Piggee. Broadway World

    It is a shame that so many have experienced “Chicago” the musical in the form of the award-winning 2002 movie. If there is one thing that Village Theatre’s new show proves, it is that the real heart of the piece demands to be set on a stage with many flashing lights and an enthralled audience. Through that awareness, the cast and crew of “Chicago” bring a wickedly lively spectacle to Front Street. Issaquah Press

    Village Theatre delivers all that jazz - and just the right amount of a little bit more. Bellevue Reporter

    Chicago made its Broadway debut in 1975 and has seen success as a revival and also as a movie. So what makes the Village Theatre production so special? Its stellar cast. Culture Mob

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Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202

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