Chicago & Suburban Theaters Map

Chicago's Suburban Theatres and Shows

Chicago & Suburban Theaters Map

Chicago Suburban Performing Arts and Stage Shows

Get ready for the astounding theatre of the Blue Man Group

Headed to the theatre tonight? If so, be sure to check out our Chicago area Theatres map before you leave on your theatrical adventure. Also, make certain you check out our Chicago Theatre Center as well as each of the individual theatre's websites for the latest and most up to date information regarding parking, scheduling of show times, directions, and tickets. Below you will find a list and map of some of Chicago's most popular theatres.

Blue Man Group

Get ready for ground-breaking, astounding theatre as you enter into the world of Blue Man Group. This creative team executes fantastic shows each night they perform. Be sure to check the Blue Man Group schedule for performance times and head out to this exciting theatrical event. You will certainly be glad you did.

Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

Shows & Performances in the Chicago Area

Theater Shows & Performances in the Chicago Area

Situated on the same property as the Marriott hotel and resort in Lincolnshire, this intimate 9 row theatre in the round offers theatre patrons a rather unique stage experience. There is not a "bad seat" in the house and this theatre creates and presents multiple professional musical theatre productions each year. The Marriott Theatre Lincolnshirealso offers superb children's theatre and puts on productions of fairy tales and other musical adventures and plays which only serve to further enhance a child's theatrical experience and develop a new generation or theatre lovers. There is plenty of dining surrounding this theatre on the resort, so come on out and see the amazing theatre this stage has to offer. Also, be sure to check their website for upcoming performances and show times.

Apollo Theatre

With a rich history in had, the Apollo Theatre of Chicago offers guests 440 plush seats in which to enjoy shows. The Apollo Theatre has been owned an operated by a variety of people and has been home to a few musicals and now most often hosts comedy events. Be sure to check the Apollo's website for the latest in their programing.

Second City Theatre

Located on North Wells Street, Second City Theatre has become quite the national theatrical treasure and landmark. Second City Theatre runs two main stages, one which seats 180 and the other 340 people. The Second City troupes write and perform their own comedic routines. This theatre company also has a troupe that runs a training group in Piper's Alley teaching others improvisation and the art of comedic performance and acting. Enjoy a show or two at these theatres and laugh the night away at these writers' sharp, witty, and absolutely hysterical content.

Chicago Travel Info

Shows in Chicago

Show Info Price
Re-Spiced A Silk Road Cabaret Located in The Loop


Cheap $20 Best $30
Blue Man Group Located in Lakeview


Cheap $50 Best $90
Pinkalicious the Musical Located in Gold Coast


Cheap $16 Best $22
Rock of Ages Located in The Loop


Cheap $70 Best $80
Jersey Boys Located in The Loop


Cheap $35 Best $165
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Tony N' Tina's Wedding

The original "dinner and a show" combination, come celebrate with the whole family as you become a part of Tony and Tina's giant wedding celebration, from the beginning cocktail hour all the way through the ceremony and reception- toasts and all. Enjoy a delicious Italian buffet and dancing as well as pictures and just have fun laughing the night away.

Chicago Area Theaters and Performing Arts Centers

Chicago Area Theaters and Performing Arts Centers

Drury Lane Theatre

Situated in the Chicago suburb of Oak Brook Terrace, Drury Lane Theatre offers seating for around 1,000 guests and offers a variety of programming. Broadway classics, comedy and musical concert events, as well as classic musicals have all been held in this building. This theatre is also located in close proximity to a great deal of Chicago shopping and some hotels with prime restaurants with dinner and theatre packages.

Pheasant Run Theatre

The Pheasant Run Theatre, recently renovated, now has two theatres; their Main Stage theatre as well as their "Preservation Hall". Both theatres are a part of the the great Pheasant Run Resort and Spa, and now offer guests even better sight lines and updated sound and lighting equipment. In addition, this great Chicago getaway is also known a the home of Zanies Comedy club, a golf course, a spa, and shopping. Please check the Pheasant Run Theatre's website for tickets and show times.

Prairie Center For the Arts

Located in the Chicago city of Schuamburg, the Prairie Center for the Arts, a small, yet intimate 442 seat theatre hosts a variety of performances including musicals, dance recitals, plays and more. This theatre was first opened in 1986 and is also known for having a variety of youth ensembles who perform regularly. There is also a great deal of parking at this particular theatrical venue. For more information on this theatre and their list of performances, be sure to check their website regularly.

Metropolis Performing Arts Center

Situated in the northwest suburb of Arlington within Chicago, the Metropolis Performing Arts Center offers a variety of wonderful programming to its patrons throughout the year. Known among patrons as one of the most intimate theatres in Chicago, the Metropolis Performing Arts Center house seats just 350 guests. This theatre, however, is also home to The Boiler Room, an 88 seat Jazz and dinner club as well as the Metropolis ballroom, which can be rented out for private events. Come check out this incredible and historic theatre during your next trip to the Windy City.

Theatres in Chicago, IL

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Woodstock Opera House

Originally built in the late 1800s, what is now known as the Woodstock Opera House was initially intended to serve several separate purposes. The building functioned as the community's city hall, the public library, the firehouse, and even as an auditorium for stage shows. Shakespearean plays were performed here along with the creation of an actor's society in which many of today's famous personalities played crucial roles within. Once renovated, this building was renamed the Woodstock Opera House Community Center and now plays host to a variety of shows, musical concerts, and plays each year. For this theatre's schedule and ticket information, check out their site.

Find Chicago Area Theaters on Our Map

Use this map to locate and learn about Chicago area's most popular theaters. You can link directly to our page for these theatres/sightseeing stops by clicking on the RED MARKER CIRCLE that appears next to the name of the theater.

Other Useful Theatre Links

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