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Show Overview

To quote the show’s opening line - Chicago, ... “a story of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery ... all those things we hold near and dear to our hearts.” Chicago is a Roaring Twenties Jazz musical, satire. With a book by Kander and Ebb, and staging by Bob Fosse, Chicago, penned in 1967, is a multiple Tony Award winning, pulse racing, Jazz musical adventure.


Chicago is a tale of two celebrity murderesses who conspire and charm their way to freedom, fame and fortune.

Set in the Jazz era Chicago of the 1920’s, it tells the story of two Femme fatales, Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly. Roxie murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap... until he finds out he's been dumped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another "Merry Murderess" Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in their search for the "American Dream": fame, fortune, and


Lance Thompson

Peter Dick
Musical Director

Kate Simpson

Cate Storen 
Vocal Director


Velma Kelly

Roxie Hart

Billy Flynn

Matron "Mama" Morton

Mary Sunshine

Amos Hart

Sim Berry

Shontelle Roberts

Lachlan Fardy

Cate Storen

Georgia O 'Keefe

Tristram de Jong


Court Clerk / Conductor (Ensemble Member #1)

Judge (Ensemble Member #2)

Sergeant Fogarty (Ensemble Member #4)

Aaron (Ensemble Member #5)

Martin Harrison (Ensemble Member #6)

Fred Casely (Ensemble Member #11)

MONA (Ensemble Member #3)

GO-TO-HELL KITTY (Ensemble Member #8)

ANNIE (Ensemble Member #9)
JUNE (Ensemble Member #10)
HUNYAK (Ensemble Member #12)
LIZ (Ensemble Member #15)

HARRY/JUROR (Ensemble Member #7) Ensemble Member #13

Tracy Stedman

Steve Harris

Liam Toomey

Zack Erdelyi

Michael Walsh

Tom Allen

Phoebe Thompson-Star
Natalie McDonald

Natalie McDonald / Olivia Ward Bianca Churcher
Bethany Cook
Samantha Brennan
Cindy Brennan
Olivia Ward

Dance Ensemble

Kirsty Day

Natalie McLeod

Kylie Hailes

Regan Scotford

Kate Simpson

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