Saturday, December 15, 2012 at 2:00pm to 4:30pm

Getz Theatre 72 E 11th St, Chicago, IL 60605

In March of 1924 a fledgling reporter for the Chicago Tribune was given the assignment to cover the trial of a cabaret singer charged with murdering her husband. A month later the reporter, Maurine Watkins, was assigned another case involving another pretty young killer. Watkins peppered her articles with salacious details and great wit, aggrandizing the stories of the female perpetrators. Readers ate up her coverage and soon the savvy reporter created a satirical comedy, Chicago, based on her articles. This production of Maurine Watkins’s original script follows the exploits of several female killers and their notorious defense attorney Billy Flynn.

Tickets $15 General Admission $10 Senior citizens

The event is free to Columbia Students

Event Type

Performance, Play, Theatre


School of Fine and Performing Arts, Theatre






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Elle Hayes Alissa Jo Seymoure Jordan Dantae Moore

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