Photos: Rebecca J Michelson
The Museum of Broadway has just opened its new special exhibit, “ALL THAT JAZZ: The Legacy of Chicago the Musical,” with the help of the show's star-studded cast and producers over the years.
Charlotte d'Amboise (center) with Cast Members
Chicago Producers Barry & Fran Weissler
The exhibit, created exclusively for The Museum of Broadway, will be a retrospective of the Tony Award-winning musical revival’s 26 years on Broadway with a special focus on the iconic production photography and ad campaigns throughout the years. Guests can get a closer look at artifacts, stunning costumes, and even feel like they’re a part of the show in an exclusive photo activation.
Bebe Neuwirth with her costume
Paige Davis and Patrick Page
The revival, which was directed by Walter Bobbie and choreographed by Ann Reinking, features a book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse and music by John Kander and lyrics by Ebb. It continues at the Ambassador Theatre.
Admission to this brand new special exhibit is included with any standard timed or flex ticket to The Museum of Broadway, which can be purchased at themuseumofbroadway.com/tickets.