The Ambassador Theater was completed in 1922 and was designed by architect Herbert J. Krapp. Although the theater is not well known for its outer appearance, inside the theater is renowned for its plush and elegance, evoking feelings of grandeur. The first performance featured at the Ambassador was Blossom Time. Currently it is home to the hit Broadway musical, Chicago.
For your convenience, the theater offers water, soda, alcoholic beverages and snacks available for purchase before the show or during intermission. The theater also offers accessibility for people with disabilities, though it is recommended to arrive early if you should need such assistance. There is no smoking inside the theater and no recording devices or cameras are allowed in the building.