I didn’t anticipate making this announcement for another week or two but as it turns out, our contacts at the theater published our ticket page on their website earlier than expected, so here we go!
Tickets for our Chicago show are officially on sale NOW! Although we don’t think it’ll sell out in just a week like last year because we have three times the number of seats to fill, we are fairly certain this show will sell out, so don’t wait too long before purchasing your tickets. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!
Here’s the information you need to know:
LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER CHICAGO
Sunday May 5, 2013 (the Sunday BEFORE Mother’s Day!)
The Athenaeum Theatre
2936 N. Southport Avenue, Chicago
Tickets are General Admission and cost $20 each, plus a $2 theater restoration fee. You can purchase tickets online by clicking here. You can also call the box office (Wednesdays through Sundays from noon until last curtain time) at 773-935-6875 to buy tickets over the phone.
10% of ticket proceeds will be donated to the Greater Chicagoland Food Depository’s kids’ programs like the Kids Cafe, Nourish for Knowledge, Healthy Kids Market, and the Lunch Bus, which all help to alleviate the stress that hunger can bring to a child and their family. Tracey and I are looking forward to writing a nice, big check to the GCFD this May!
By the way, a HUGE thank you to the local sponsors who have joined us so far: KeyLime Cove Indoor Waterpark Resort, Artizone Chicago, Building Blocks Toy Store, and Chalet Nursery & Garden Center. Thanks also to Calumet Photographic Goose Island for providing us with audition and rehearsal space. It’s because of their support that we are able to bring the show to Chicago, so YAY AND THANK YOU!!
Speaking of the show…
Don’t wait to buy your tickets now that they’re on sale! Our cast wants to see YOU in the audience! Call your mom, sisters, cousins, and friends (and get that significant other on board while you’re at it!): it’s going to be a fantastic afternoon and it’s much better shared with those you care about! The show is PG-13 for some strong language and mature topics; it’s not meant for small children.
Celebrate Mother’s Day with us, one week early!
(Here’s that link to buy tickets one more time: CLICK HERE!)