Royal George Theatre
1641 N. Halsted
Thanks to William Marovitz and Arny Granat, a ‘Miracle’ is coming to Chicago that was inspired by Chicago’s beloved 2016 World Series Champions, the Chicago Cubs. It is having its world premiere at the Royal George Theatre.
The show has a book by Jason Brett with music and lyrics by Jeff award-winner Michael Mahler. The show is being directed by Damon Kiely. Another creator of the show is Julian Franzin.
If you enjoy baseball and want to see an exciting new musical, this is one show you don’t want to miss!
You’ll find the story is more than just baseball. It illustrates how hope, faith, and belief can take you somewhere you never imagined.
Some of the cast who star are Brandon Dahlquisdt as Charlie; Gene Wygandt as “Pops,” Allison Sill as Sofia; Michael Kingston as Weslowski/Sleaze and Veronica Garza as Babs.
“Miracle” tells the story of a working class family back in 2016 as the Cubs struggle to win the pennant.
Dina Dicostanzo is the show choreographer with musical direction by Kory Danielson.
“Miracle” is scheduled to run through July 14th. For show days, show times and reservations call 312-988-9000. Weekday and matinee tickets are $69.59 and weekends are $79.69. There is valet parking.