The CIBC Theatre is a performing arts venue operated by Broadway in Chicago. It is responsible for bringing some of the most stellar and star-studded theatrical productions out of New York and into downtown Chicago. Having gone by many names since it was opened 1906, some of the most famous productions it has hosted include "Hamilton", "Kinky Boots", "High School Musical", "Monty Python's Spamalot" and "Movin' Out" with plenty of famous faces involved with directing and acting. Things haven't slowed down at all in the over 100 years CIBC Theatre has been in operation, so grab your tickets at StubHub today to enjoy your favorite musicals and plays at one of the best venues in the city.
What is the maximum occupancy for the CIBC Theatre?
There are 1,800 seats available at the CIBC Theatre.
Is the CIBC Theatre wheelchair-accessible?
Accessible seating options are available at the CIBC Theatre. For seating on the upper levels, elevator access will be granted to patrons, though there are steep steps prior to actually reaching the seats. Service animals are allowed within the building. Assisted listening devices are available for checkout and certain productions may include ASL interpreters, audio descriptions or open captioning. Additionally, further accommodations can be made by contacting the venue in advance of your visit.
Is the CIBC Theatre an all-ages establishment?
The CIBC Theatre is a child-friendly establishment and welcomes guests of all ages. Children will need a valid ticket to be granted entry into any show.
Do I have options to purchase food and drinks inside the venue?
The CIBC Theatre concession options include snacks and drinks - both alcoholic and non-alcoholic - on the premises that can be bought prior to a show to consume while watching. Additionally, certain events may include pre-show or post-show catering from LM Catering & Events or TRI-STAR Catering. Outside food and drinks are not allowed within the theatre.
Where can you park near the CIBC Theatre?
InterPark works with the Broadway in Chicago company as their official parking service for all their venues. Additionally, the LAZ Parking garage is located across the street from the CIBC Theatre.
What other entertainment options do I have in the area?
There are numerous options for fun in downtown Chicago near the CIBC Theatre, with restaurants like Italian Village, The Gage and The Florentine offering a place to eat after a show. Brando's Speakeasy is a fun karaoke lounge you can unwind at while the Killerspin House is an exciting table tennis facility. Millennium Park is also a short walk away from the venue if you'd like to connect with nature. If celluloid is your entertainment medium of choice, try the AMC DINE-IN for a combination movie and meal experience. There are also the other three Broadway in Chicago theatres you could check out to see what else might be playing in the area.Back to Top
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