Go Inside the Museum of Broadway's New Chicago Exhibit
See first-look photos of the exhibit highlighting Broadway's second longest-running show.
The Museum of Broadway has officially unveiled their newest exhibit, All That Jazz: The Legacy of Chicago the Musical, highlighting the long-running Broadway revival. The exhibit's opening was celebrated with a cocktail party attended by past and present Chicago cast members, such as Bebe Neuwirth, who posed with the interactive set featured in the exhibit.
See the photo gallery below for an insider's look at the cocktail party, plus a first look at the exhibit.
All That Jazz: The Legacy of Chicago the Musical has a wide array of artifacts and special costumes from the production's 26 years on Broadway, but the exhibit places a special emphasis on Chicago's iconic production photography and ad campaigns throughout the years.
Many “Roxies” and Velmas” were in the room for the exhibit's opening celebration, including Bebe Neuwirth, Lana Jean Gordon, Sharon Lawrence, Kimberly Marable, Paige Davis, Emma Pittman, and Charlotte d'Amboise. Other current Chicago cast members and alum also attended, including Jennifer Fouché, Haley Swindal, and Paulo Szot.
The Chicago exhibit is included in the price of any ticket to the Museum of Broadway, located at 145 W. 45th St. Visit TheMuseumofBroadway.com.