Can you get away with murder? A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, the hilarious musical that won the 2014 Tony Award for Best Musical, joins the 2015 Fall Season Series of Broadway in Chicago. Opening on September 29, 2015, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder has a two-week engagement at the Bank of America Theatre until October 11, 2015.
After his mother’s death, Monty Navarro discovers that he has D’Ysquith blood and is in the line of succession to the family’s Earldom of Highhurst. With eight people before him in line, Monty realizes that the chances of him getting his hands on the earldom and the family fortune are very slim if he will just wait it out. So he sets off to charm his way into the D’Ysquith family and to get his eight pesky relatives out of the way without getting caught. Complicating Monty’s plan are the two women in his life – his mistress Sibella and his fiancée Phoebe.
Don’t miss the sensational knock-‘em-dead show that is A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder as it plays the Bank of America Theatre at 7:30 PM from Tuesday to Friday and at 8 PM on Saturday, with a special evening performance at 7:30 PM on October 4 (Sunday). The matinee performances are at 2 PM on Saturday and Sunday, with an additional 2 PM matinee show on October 7 (Wednesday). The run time of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder is 140 minutes with intermission.
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A Gentlemans Guide to Love and Murder Chicago Cast
The D’Ysquith Family – John Rapson
Monty Navarro – Kevin Massey
Sibella Hallward – Kristen Beth Williams
Phoebe D’Ysquith – Adrienne Eller
Miss Shingle – Mary VanArsdel
Magistrate – Christopher Behmke
Director – Darko Tresnjak
Book/Lyrics – Robert L. Freedman
Music/Lyrics – Steven Lutvak
Choreographer – Peggy Hickey
Music Director – Paul Staroba
Address: 18 W Monroe St Chicago, Illinois 60603 Bank of America Theatre Capacity: 2016