StageFemmes presents "Chicago: The Shadowcast" on Friday, April 5, at 8 p.m. in Rosse Hall (doors open at 7:30 p.m.).

Tickets are free and will be available in two batches of 225 on April 1 at 6 p.m. and April 2 at 11 a.m. One ticket per person can be reserved.

Reserve a Ticket 

If the event portal is not displaying ticket options, no more tickets are available for that time slot. A digital or physical copy of your QR code will be scanned at the door.

"Chicago" is a musical film centered around Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, two murderers awaiting trial together in a fight to keep themselves from conviction. The show tackles the ways in which women can address a system designed against them. Chicago is about fame, crime, corruption — and all that jazz. 

This production will be performed as a shadowcast, with actors on stage dancing alongside the movie. StageFemmes aims to use this production to highlight the female creators of "Chicago" who have largely been ignored. 

Content Warnings

StageFemmes has partnered with ODEI to construct content warnings for our show and to see how we can utilize art to advocate for the causes that the show highlights. "Chicago" contains:

  • Numerous depictions of violence including capital punishment, gun violence and brief domestic violence
  • Numerous instances of sexual content including partial nudity, burlesque and sexual innuendo
  • Outdated and offensive language including but not limited to the use of the term “Hunyak”
  • Numerous instances involving substances, including depictions of drinking and smoking tobacco

Read more about the production and more detailed content information.

We reserve the right to close doors when we hit capacity and to remove or turn away anyone who breaks the rules listed above. Remember: no bags, no drinks inside, respect the space and have fun!