Renowned Musical ‘Chicago’ Hits The Rossetti Stage

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by InTrieste

‘Chicago’ is an award-winning American musical that has consistently been reenacted since it first appeared on stage in 1975. Set in the 1920s, the musical focuses on murder, crime, and jazz. The Rossetti theater is hosting the adaptation of the musical from 9 until 12 November.

Chiara Noschese is behind the production of the musical “Chicago” on stage at the Politeama Rossetti from 9 to 12 November. A prestigious female cast with Noschese herself in the role of Mama Morton, Stefania Rocca in the role of Velma and Roxie played by Giulia Sol. Modern text and unforgettable music for the award-winning masterpiece by John Kander, Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse.

Surprising, current, enthralling, “Chicago The Musical” is on the stage from 9 to 12 November at the Teatro Stabile del Friuli Venezia Giulia in the new production by Stage Entertainment and Matteo Forte who return with a beloved title after the successes of “Pretty Woman” and “Sister Law”.

Written by three excellent authors John Kander (music), Fred Ebb (lyrics and libretto) and Bob Fosse (libretto, direction and choreography), Chicago is one of the great classics of musicals. It is a show whose international fame was crowned by the release of the film of the same name in 2002 (winner of 6 Oscars), directed by Rob Marshall, written by Bill Condon and based on and starring Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere and John C. Reilly.

Thanks to a unique mix of jazz, songs and enchanting choreography, “Chicago” is one of the most famous musicals. After debuting on Broadway in 1996, in over 25 years it has been performed in 36 countries and awarded with 6 Tony Awards for ‘Best Direction’, ‘Best Choreography’ and ‘Best Revival of a Musical, 2 Olivier Awards, a Grammy and thousands standing ovation.

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