Chicago Auditorium Theatre

Credit Chicago Auditorium Theatre

The Chicago Auditorium Theatre is a national historic landmark constructed in 1889. Designed by Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan, this historic theater has seen countless performances for over a century, showcasing the beauty and poignancy of human expression.

Groups may tour the facility or stay and attend a performance to fully experience the spectacular personality of the Chicago Auditorium Theatre. Featured elements on the tour include the beautiful 24 karat gold-leafed ceiling arches, the restored intricate stencil patterns, and endless floor and wall mosaics and murals. Your enthusiastic student group can see a performance such as Dance for Life Chicago, The Joffrey Ballet – Stories in Motion, In My Brother’s Shoes, American Ballet Theatre – An All-American Celebration, Dance Theatre of Harlem, and River North Dance Chicago.

Come with your student tour and experience the sights and sounds of this one-of-a-kind magnificent Chicago theatre!