Cat Call Productions, Bend's professional local theater company, is proud to present this Musical Vaudeville.

Cat Call Productions

A Musical Vaudeville

September 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24
8PM Showtime with a 4PM matinee on Sunday the 18th
$25.00 per-ticket

Music by John Kander - Lyrics by Fred Ebb - Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse

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Director: Michael Heaton
Choreographer: Michelle Mejaski
Musical Director: Constance Gordy
Vocal Director: Eileen Heaton
Executive Producers: Tifany and Kael LeGuyonne

Cat Call Productions, Bend's professional, provocative, local theatrical production company, is proud to present its third musical at the Tower Theatre. Visit our website www.catcallproductions.com for production team bios and full cast list.

Chicago is a vaudeville-style musical satire about crime, corruption, greed, sex, and our less than perfect justice system in prohibition era Chicago. It conceptualizes the "celebrity criminal" and those that are known for their antics, not their talents. The catch phrase, “if you can't be famous be infamous,” sets the stage for this Tony award winning musical.

Chicago is based on a 1926 play of the same name by reporter Maurine Dallas Watkins about actual criminals and crimes in her reporting. The original Broadway production, choreographed and directed by Bob Fosse, opened June 3, 1975 and ran for a total 936 performances. Fosse's style is strongly identified with the show. Chicago's 1996 Broadway revival holds the record for the longest-running musical revival on Broadway. As of April 2011, it has played for more than 5,900 performances. The musical was produced in London's West End and on several tours and international productions. The Academy Award -winning film version of the musical was directed by Rob Marshall and starred Catherine Zeta-Jones, Renee Zelleweger, Queen Latifah, Richard Gere, and John C. Reilly.

Act 1
"All That Jazz" - Velma and Company
"Funny Honey" - Roxie Hart
"Cell Block Tango" - Velma and the Murdresses
"When You're Good to Mama" - Mama Morton
"A Tap Dance" - Roxie, Amos Hart and the Boys
"All I Care About Is Love" - Billy and the Girls
"A Little Bit of Good" - Mary Sunshine
"We Both Reached for the Gun" - Billy, Roxie, Mary and the Reporters
"Roxie" - Roxie and the Boys
"I Can't Do It Alone" - Velma
"My Own Best Friend" - Roxie and Velma

Act 2
"I Know a Girl"- Velma
"Me and My Baby" - Roxie and Company
"Mr. Cellophane" - Amos
"When Velma Takes the Stand" - Velma and the Boys
"Razzle Dazzle" - Billy and Company
"Class" - Velma and Mama Morton
"Nowadays" - Velma and Roxie
"Hot Honey Rag" - Velma and Roxie
"Finale" - Company

Photos by Derek Oldham.

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