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The cast of The Music Man at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire IL

Marriott Theatre’s ‘The Music Man’ Brings The Band Home

Step into the toe-tapping new production of The Music Man at Marriott Theatre, where classic songs and lively choreography bring small-town America to life. You’ll be singing “Gary, Indiana” all the way home!The cast of The Music Man at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire IL Fans of the golden age of Broadway are in luck! Marriott Theatre’s new production of The Music Man features famous songs, incredible talent, fun costumes, and intricate ensemble numbers that you are going to love.

A six-time Tony Award-winning musical written by Meredith Willson and first performed on Broadway in 1957, this contemporary to shows like Oklahoma and Carousel is a family-friendly piece that you may have watched on film a dozen times over the years – or maybe that’s just me. A favorite show of my mom’s when I was a child, Shirley Jones, Robert Preston, and a young Ron Howard were staples of my childhood.

KJ Hippensteel and Michael Earvin Martin in the Marriott Theatre production of The Music ManThe Music Man is a story about Harold Hill, a con artist, who arrives in a small Iowa town with a plan to continue his ruse of selling music lessons, instruments, and uniforms to children and taking off with the money without having taught a note. The truth is that while he is exceptionally charming and good at situational sleight-of-hand, he knows absolutely nothing about music.

Once there, he meets various townspeople including the music teacher and librarian, Marian Paroo (an “old-maid” he becomes enchanted with), her younger brother Winthrop Paroo (who doesn’t like to speak because he has a lisp), and Mayor Shinn, who is continually asking for proof of his credentials to no avail.

Matt Edmonds, Michael Mahler, Michael Potsic, Quinn Rigg as the quartet in The Music Man MarriottWhile in town, Harold Hill forms a singing quartet out of men who despise each other, builds confidence in the local ladies’ club such that they perform for the town, and inspires the children, including Winthrop, who ends up singing out and proud multiple times.

So, is he a bad guy? Does he deserve a comeuppance or a happily ever after? Let’s just say, it ends as every classic Broadway musical usually does.

Janet Ulrich Brooks, Kai Edgar, Alexandra Silber in The Music Man at Marriott TheatreWith timeless songs like “Ya Got Trouble,” “Seventy-Six Trombones,” “Marian the Librarian,” “Gary, Indiana,” and “Till There Was You,” Marriott’s production brings all of the nostalgia.

While there is tons of talent on the stage at all times, the best numbers of this show are those where the ensemble is participating. With large dance sequences that incorporate visually pleasing pastel-toned costumes, it’s hugely entertaining for the audience. There are also very cute moments where the quartet of men are singing, the gaggle of women are trying to perform, and when the mayor’s daughter shadows everything he does.

All of this said, the shining light of this production is KJ Hippensteel as Harold Hill. His charm and magnetism keep all of the townspeople engaged as well as the audience. He is funny, witty, and charismatic, not just with the lyrics or script, but with the visual additions he offers to each moment. He is a joy to watch.

The cast of The Music Man at Marriott Theatre in LincolnshireOne of the pieces where all of this comes together is during “Marian the Librarian” – one of the most entertaining numbers I’ve seen in a long time. Mr. Hippensteel’s physical agility along with the entire cast of children and an overwhelmed Marian Paroo (played by Alexandra Silber) leaves an indelible grin on your face. It is funny, acrobatic, clever, and holds just the right note throughout the entire song. It is brilliant.

Whether you were first introduced to characters of The Music Man through Schmigadoon! on Apple TV+ or through the 1962 movie, this show is where it started. Come watch the original and see how it all began!

Marriott Theatre: The Music Man The Music Man is playing at Marriott Theatre through 6/2/2024. Tickets can be purchased through the Marriott Theatre website or by calling (847) 634-0200. Marriott Theatre is located at 10 Marriott Drive in Lincolnshire, IL.

The company of 'In The Heights' at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire Illinois

Marriott Theatre’s ‘In The Heights’ Is A Bevy Of Energy And Joy

Experience the vibrant energy and captivating storytelling of In The Heights at The Marriott Theatre while you can! This Tony Award-winning musical celebrates the dreams and struggles of a diverse community in New York in an unforgettable theatrical experience.

The company of 'In The Heights' at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire Illinois

If you are looking for an evening full of music, laughter, passion, energy, ache, and joy, look no further than the Marriott Theatre’s new production of In The Heights. Having won four Tony Awards, including one for Best Musical, this Lin-Manuel Miranda vehicle has something for absolutely everyone.

Joseph Morales and Jordan Arredondo in 'In The Heights' at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire IllinoisYou may be familiar with the musical sensation that is Hamilton, the most talked about Lin-Manuel Miranda piece. It has been dominating the stage since 2015 and most people are familiar with it, at least in passing. But In The Heights was Mr. Miranda’s debut piece and – while this might get me into a little bit of trouble – in my opinion, in various ways, it’s even better than Hamilton.

Being the musical nerd that I am, I would argue that Lin-Manuel’s ability to layer voices and tones within the same song is at its peak with In The Heights. In particular, during songs like “Fireworks,” “96,000,” and “Finale,” the Marriott ensemble is able to do every single note justice and bring out the beauty that can be found by just the right artists loving a piece just the right way.

The company of 'In The Heights' at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire IllinoisIn The Heights is the story of a colorful collective of people in Washington Heights, New York over a few very hot summer days. Narrated by Usnavi, a bodega owner whose wish is to go back to the Dominican Republic, we meet his cousin Sonny, his grandmother Abuela, his love interest Vanessa, his friends Benny and Nina, as well as various other characters – all of whom have deep hopes and desires of their own. Each morning, while scraping by, most characters play the lottery to see if they can turn those dreams into a reality, and at some point, someone wins.

The voices in this ensemble are stunning. I could easily discuss each and every performer and what they bring to their role vocally, emotionally, and physically, but I encourage you to see the show and experience exactly what I mean. You will be floored by the talent on this stage.

Andres J. DeLeon in 'In The Heights' at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire IllinoisA few people who had moments that I can’t help but talk about are Paola V. Hernández (as Vanessa) whose vocal range pierced through the calm such that you felt it in your body, Jordan Arredondo (as Sonny), whose deep emotions about his future made you feel it in your gut, and Andres J. DeLeon (as the Piragüero), whose voice was so soothing and beautiful that I’d love to buy any lullaby album that he produces. Also, the passion and dancing from Wesley J. Barnes and Kiana Rodriguez will blow your mind.

Joseph Morales and Crissy Guerrero in 'In The Heights' at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire IllinoisThere were some excellent choices with lighting, staging, and prop usage as well. During the song, “Breathe,” there was a heartbeat lighting effect that brought additional depth to the message, and it is always impressive to watch how the Marriott directors are able to make full use of the stage and walkways with the cast during performances. It allows for a richness of voices and energy that is never lacking and fully surrounds the audience.

In The Heights is a production that you won’t want to miss. Chock full of talent, stellar music, and upbeat and touching lyrics – make the time to see this. By the end of the show, you can be sure that your neck will be sore from all of the grooving you’ll be doing in your seat.

Marriott Theatre: In The Heights ReviewIn The Heights is playing at Marriott Theatre through 3/17/2024. Tickets can be purchased through the Marriott Theatre website or by calling (847) 634-0200. Marriott Theatre is located at 10 Marriott Drive in Lincolnshire, IL.

Kaitlyn Davis as Carole King in Beautiful at Marriott Lincolnshire

Marriott Theatre’s ‘Beautiful’ Hits The Top Of The Charts

The Marriott Theatre’s new production of Beautiful combines the intriguing story of Carole King’s extraordinary life with a captivating soundtrack and dazzling performances. A must-see!

Kaitlyn Davis as Carole King in Beautiful at Marriott LincolnshireI absolutely love musicals. When I attend any show, I am subconsciously hoping for the moment or the voice that gives me goosebumps. It doesn’t happen during every piece that I enjoy, but when it does happen, it’s something I’ll never forget. In Marriott Theatre’s new production of Beautiful, Kaitlyn Davis’ connection with Carole King’s music along with some specific songs and notes made the hair on my arms raise right up.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is a jukebox musical that centers around the music and life of Carole King (formerly Carole Klein, who took the former as her stage name at 16 years old). Along with music written with co-writers and friends, this show compiles a great many songs that are performed by both these characters as well as the performers they wrote them for.

Beautiful Andrew Mueller and Kaitlyn Davis sitting at a piano at Marriott TheatreWe first meet teenage Carole as an insecure young woman and aspiring songwriter who skipped two grades and had already started college. Living with her mother, Carole convinces her that she needs to go to Times Square to meet with Don Kirshner, a music publisher, to sell her latest song. No one else has been interested and this will be her final shot at being able to do what she loves. With the agreement that if she doesn’t succeed at this meeting, she will continue her education to become a school teacher, she sets off on her way.

Beautiful Erica Stephan and Justin Albinder at Marriott TheatreAlong with love interest (and later husband) Gerry Goffin (played by Andrew Mueller), Carole King writes and sells many of the hits of the 60s. In competition with friends and writing duo, Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann (Erica Stephan and Justin Albinder respectively), the music and lyrics continue to churn themselves out.

As her marriage becomes turbulent and she works towards a new path, Carole begins to write songs on her own again. By the end, with some encouragement from others and catharsis with Gerry, a freer Carole ultimately comes into her own strength and power.

Beautiful Alexis J Roston and Ensemble dancing on a record at Marriott TheatreThis production of Beautiful is full of emotion regarding Carole’s life and challenges, but it is also chock full of music and vibey performances. Some songs are a bit less well known (although well-performed and engaging) and others are staples on the radio like “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling,” “The Loco-Motion,” and “It’s Too Late.”

One of the most entertaining things about this show is getting to see different musical groups sing the written songs themselves. The Drifters, The Righteous Brothers, The Shirelles, Little Eva – all wearing jazzy outfits and allowing you to experience them like they’re on American Bandstand.

Beautiful The Drifters on a turntable at Marriott TheatreWhat’s even better is that they perform it on a record. The center of the Marriott stage has been designed as a genuine record on a turntable. Much of the time while the artists are performing their hit songs, they are singing and dancing on what is seemingly their own moving record. It is an excellent addition to an already charming musical show.

Beautiful Kaitlyn Davis and Ensemble at Marriott TheatreBut the standout in this production is Kaitlyn Davis as Carole King. Having previously played the role in the national tour of Beautiful as well as Broadway at Music Circus, Ms. Davis falls into Carole King’s essence and voice effortlessly. With soul-penetrating musical moments, this star-making performance will leave you with goosebumps just as it did with me.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical runs for approximately 2 hours 30 minutes including a 15-minute intermission. It is the perfect show to see in the final months of 2023 and will leave you with the hope and internal peace that Carole finally got to experience at the end of her own journey in this production. You’ll be glad you went!

Marriott Theatre: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical ReviewBeautiful: The Carole King Musical is playing at Marriott Theatre through 12/31/2023. Tickets can be purchased through the Marriott Theatre website or by calling (847) 634-0200. Marriott Theatre is located at 10 Marriott Drive in Lincolnshire.

Momma Rose in Gypsy at Lincolnshire Marriott

Marriott Theatre’s ‘Gypsy: A Musical Fable’ Truly Entertains You

Gypsy is a classic musical that takes audiences on a captivating journey through the tumultuous life of Momma Rose and her two daughters, Baby June and Louise. Set against the backdrop of the vaudeville era, this show is a collection of famous songs, tricky family dynamics, and an ultimately uplifting story.

Momma Rose in Gypsy at Lincolnshire Marriott

If you think you have an overbearing mom, it’s time that you meet Momma Rose. The brash, in-your-face stage mom who was “born too soon and started too late” is the kind of woman that you may want on your side, but clings so tightly to her children and her dreams that there is no letting go.

The Marriott Theatre’s new production of Gypsy: A Musical Fable is colorful, funny, and chock full of talent. Produced on their in-the-round stage, this heartfelt show is a great evening of entertainment.

The young ensemble of Gypsy at Marriott Lincolnshire

Gypsy is the story of Momma Rose and her daughters, June and Louise. Rose, in all of her hardcore ambition, is determined to make June a star. June has the blonde ringlets, the personality, and the singing and dancing prowess to potentially go places, but this is going to happen whether anyone likes it or not.

Louise, who has been told her whole life that she has no talent, performs in the background and dreams of a stable life with a stable family on a farm full of animals.

Herbie and Rose in Gypsy at Marriott LincolnshireWith the assistance of Herbie, the kind and loving agent who gets swept up into the family, Rose does anything she can – at any cost – to see her baby’s name in lights. And “baby” is the key word in this situation, as the girls have no idea how old they are. Rose continues to treat them as if they are children and they will tell anyone that they are 10 years old – every single year – if asked.

Gypsy looking in the mirror at Marriott LincolnshireThe fun twist of this story is that although Rose is the highlighted character, and certainly has the most timeless and memorable songs, in the end, it is Louise’s story. Gypsy is the semi-biographical story of Gypsy Rose Lee, one of the most famous and most successful burlesque entertainers who became popular for her quick wit and striptease.

It is important to mention that while Gypsy is a story of Louise’s experience with her mother, her sister, and various other characters, it is called “A Musical Fable” because there were many stories told by the real Gypsy Rose Lee (born Rose Louise Hovick) that can’t be fully substantiated. Could they be true? Of course. But could they have been embellished? Well, that’s showbiz. So take the story for what it is and enjoy it!

Tori Heinlein and ensemble in Gypsy at Marriott LincolnshireThe Marriott Theatre’s production is headlined by a stellar cast. Lucia Spina’s Rose is fierce and sassy, Nathaniel Stampley’s Herbie is gentle and wanting, Lauren Maria Medina’s Louise is hopeful and hurting, and Tori Heinlein’s June is a bundle of humor. Along with an adorably talented Baby June and Baby Louise (Elin Joy Seiler and Milla Liss) and an incredibly entertaining performance of “You Gotta Get A Gimmick” with Sawyer Smith, Leeanna Rubin, and Emily Rohm, it was hard to stop smiling.

While the story does have a fabulously directed scene where Gypsy perfects her burlesque stripping (complete with on-stage quick changes), there is nothing gratuitous or overly provocative. Burlesque at this time was more about the art of the tease, not nudity. Along with a short discussion about what burlesque is, I would be comfortable recommending this show to kids 12 and older.

Gypsy: A Musical Fable runs for approximately 2 hours 30 minutes including a 15-minute intermission. With classic songs like “Everything’s Coming Up Roses,” “Let Me Entertain You,” and “Together Wherever We Go,” you’re going to love getting wrapped up in Gypsy!

Marriott Theatre: Gypsy: A Musical Fable Chicago ReviewGypsy: A Musical Fable is playing at Marriott Theatre through 10/15/2023. Tickets can be purchased through the Marriott Theatre website or by calling (847) 634-0200. Marriott Theatre is located at 10 Marriott Drive in Lincolnshire.

Kieran McCabe jumping off the ground, Jed Feder on drums, and Shaun Whitley on bass In The Buddy Holly Story at Marriott Lincolnshire

Marriott Theatre’s ‘Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story’ Brings The Man To Life

“Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story” is an electrifying musical that tells the inspiring and tragic true story of Buddy Holly, the rock ‘n’ roll icon. With classic songs and stellar performances, this show is a great time!

Kieran McCabe jumping off the ground, Jed Feder on drums, and Shaun Whitley on bass In The Buddy Holly Story at Marriott Lincolnshire

We all know that I love a good musical. I was raised on musicals, I continue to listen to them in my daily life, and my children have never known a world without musical theater.

But while I am a musical fanatic, I am a pretty typical Gen Xer, so the information that I knew about Buddy Holly I could count on two fingers. First, I was pretty sure he’d sung the classic “Peggy Sue,” which I was mostly familiar with because of the movie Peggy Sue Got Married.

Second, I knew that he tragically died in the same plane crash as Ritchie Valens, which I learned from the movie La Bamba. That was it. So, going into the Marriott Theatre’s new production of Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story, I had no specific expectations.

Molly Hernández and Keiran McCabe as Maria Elena and Buddy Holly playing guitar in the Buddy Holly Story at Marriott TheatreBuddy – The Buddy Holly Story is the story of Buddy Holly’s rise to fame and marriage over approximately 3 years, but really, it’s a Buddy Holly concert. This fast paced-musical includes 25 songs and runs a continuous 95 minutes with no intermission.

Between various hits like, “That’ll Be The Day,” “Oh Boy, “Shout,” “La Bamba,” and “Chantilly Lace,” the show covers moments of Buddy signing a large contract, his relationship with his bandmates (The Crickets), his whirlwind love story and marriage, and his death at only 22 years old.

The entire cast and crew are excellent in this production. From the voices to the energy to the fact that the vast majority of the cast play their own instruments, your attention is captured throughout the show.

Jordan Arredondo, Kieran McCabe, and Teddy Gales in The Buddy Holly Story at Marriott Lincolnshire TheatreBut the magic in this particular production lives in Kieran McCabe’s portrayal of Buddy Holly. This star-making turn as a rock ‘n’ roll pioneer is sincere, magnetic, and swoon-worthy. Mr. McCabe’s Holly sang, played the guitar, drums, and piano, and lived to play and create music. You rarely see an actor fall into a role such that you can’t find the actor at all, but this was one of those times. This is a performance not to be missed.

I will admit that during the first half an hour of the show, I enjoyed it, but I hadn’t connected. I found myself liking the music, but also looking around at the audience to see their reactions. There were so many people clapping to themselves, bopping their heads, and mouthing the lyrics that it made me happy to see their joy.

And then something happened to me. During an appearance at the Apollo Theater, where Buddy Holly and the Crickets were the first white act to play the venue, the band got “on stage.” Buddy turns to the audience, vulnerably takes the microphone in hand, and says, “I hope you like my music. I hope my music is enough.” That was the moment I fell in love with and understood Buddy Holly.

The Cast of Buddy Holly Marriott Lincolnshire on stage playing instrumentsBy the end, audience members of all ages were up on their feet – including me – because the last part of the show is legitimately a rock concert and an incredible amount of fun.

If you aren’t familiar with Buddy Holly’s music or his life, don’t let that stop you from seeing this entertaining show. It moves quickly, the performers are fun, engaged, and multi-talented, and you will be able to appreciate this icon who died far too young.

Marriott Theatre: Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story Chicago ReviewBuddy – The Buddy Holly Story is playing at Marriott Theatre through 8/13/2023. Tickets can be purchased through Goldstar or by calling (847) 634-0200. Marriott Theatre is located at 10 Marriott Drive in Lincolnshire.

The cast of Big Fish at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire IL

Marriott Theatre’s ‘Big Fish’ Is A Must-See

The cast of Big Fish at Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire ILI have a personal rule when it comes to giving a standing ovation. While it has become a gesture that is incredibly common at the end of most productions, I believe that one shouldn’t stand unless they have enjoyed the show so much that they just can’t sit any longer.

If you ask my family, they can tell you that it is a rare occurrence to see me stand during a curtain call. I will hoot and clap as loudly as possible, but standing is only reserved for those shows that either give me goosebumps or make me cry. And the new production of Big Fish at the Marriott Theatre – which did both – got a huge standing ovation from me.

Edward Bloom and Sandra Bloom sitting on a wooden floor in Big Fish from Marriott Lincolnshire TheatreBased on the movie of Big Fish, which was released in 2003, this musical tells the story of Edward Bloom, a larger-than-life traveling salesman with fantastical stories, his son Will, who is expecting his first son and trying to find a way to connect with his father, and Sandra, Edward’s faithful wife and Will’s loving mother.

The Big Fish mermaid with Edward and Sandra looking on at the Lincolnshire Marriott TheatreThroughout the story, the audience learns of various characters and happenings that include Edward’s first kiss with a mermaid, a witch telling him when he is going to die, and a giant that is scaring the whole town. Where does the truth lie and who is the man really? Those are the questions that Will wants to answer while his father is still around to be asked.

Edward Bloom giving Sandra Bloom a daffodil field in Big Fish Marriott TheatreWhile the show introduces you to the story and the multitude of characters during the first act, the second act is where it digs in deep. With captivating songs like “The River Between Us” and “What’s Next,” you not only feel for Edward, Sandra, and Will, but you begin to think about the relationships in your own life.

Will Bloom and Edward Bloom standing on either side of the blue ribbon river in Big Fish Marriott TheatreWe’ve all had times in our lives when we couldn’t connect with a loved one and the lyrics from Big Fish hit home. “He’s standing beside me, but not really there” from “The River Between Us” and “My father is a stranger I know very well” from “Stranger” are just a few of those moments where I wanted to congratulate the lyricist.

While the show itself is entertaining, has fun costumes, enjoyable songs, and a captivating story, the highlight of this production is the voices. Alexander Gemignani’s Edward Bloom, Heidi Kettenring’s Sandra, and Michael Kurowski’s Will make this version of Big Fish what it is. The supporting cast is excellent, and these three standouts are the real deal.

Jenny Hill and Edward Bloom in Big Fish Marriott TheatreI am a sucker for powerful voices that are not only beautiful, but emotional and resonating, and each of these three performers had multiple moments where they deeply touched the audience. Between the silences, chuckles, sniffles, and energy in the theater, these performers are the kinds of actors and vocalists that one hopes to see.

This is my second time seeing Big Fish, and the first time was over 10 years ago before it went to Broadway. I remember enjoying the show but had decided that I didn’t need to see it again. Boy, was I wrong!

The witch and Edward Bloom in Big Fish Marriott Theatre LincolnshireThe Marriott production of Big Fish is packed with wondrous characters, a fun score, and incredible vocals. It’s a must-see that shouldn’t be missed!

Marriott Theatre: Big Fish Chicago ReviewBig Fish is playing at Marriott Theatre through 3/19/2023. Tickets can be purchased through Goldstar or by calling (847) 634-0200. Marriott Theatre is located at 10 Marriott Drive in Lincolnshire.

Tony and Maria kneeling on the floor in the Marriott Lincolnshire production of West Side Story

Marriott Theatre’s ‘West Side Story’ Is A Modern Dream

Tony and Maria kneeling on the floor in the Marriott Lincolnshire production of West Side StoryI have to admit, I am a West Side Story loyalist. I was raised on the 1961 classic and wouldn’t be shocked to find out it was in my DNA. When I completed my graduate degree, West Side Story was the DVD that I played on repeat, needing something in the background to keep me company on those long nights of work and papers. I think it’s safe to say that I have watched the movie hundreds of times.

All of this being said, I couldn’t see the new Steven Spielberg version. I have incredible respect for the vision and talent of all of the players in the new film, but it feels wrong to me. The new interpretation could never live up to the classic in my mind, as much as I appreciate how many people enjoyed it. No one will be hurt by my excusing myself, so I’m sure it’ll continue to be a success without me.

The Sharks dancing in the Marriott version of West Side StoryThe stage, however, is a little different. Still the modern-day retelling of Romeo and Juliet with the same music as the movie, there are interesting alterations that can be done in the theatre.

The Marriott Theatre production of West Side Story is chock full of energy and talent. An in-the-round stage is never an easy place to set a production with over 25 cast members, but they did it flawlessly.

Riff and Bernardo having a knife fight on stageWest Side Story is a modern ballet full of passion, anger, and energy, all of which were communicated from the stage. And as much as one wants to discuss the acting, the costumes, the sets, and the voices, if this show doesn’t have a stellar orchestra and seamless dancing, it can’t succeed.

The Marriott orchestra was on-point. Every note was beautiful and you easily forgot what a gift it was to have talented musicians performing this intricate piece because you were in it.

The cast excelled at dance, bodies and lines moving with articulate choreography (by Alex Sanchez), making the most of every inch on the stage. Watching the cast perform during the “Dance at the Gym” was a true marvel.

Maria on the balcony and Tony climbing down the ladder in West Side StoryJake David Smith and Lauren Maria Medina (a passionate Tony and lovable Maria respectively) carried the show well as leads. I’m hoping Mr. Smith will record his version of “Something’s Coming” so that we can all listen to it on repeat.

Anita and the female Sharks dancingA few additional standouts were Marisa Fee as Anybodys (a scene stealer in the best of ways – the eye was drawn to her), Bret Tuomi as Glad Hand (absolutely hilarious, making me wish for the first time ever that the part was longer and had more lines), and Vanessa Aurora Sierra as Anita (feisty and affecting).

The Marriott production of West Side Story is an entertaining creation of gorgeous voices, incredible dancing, and an unbeatable score. Go out and enjoy seeing some theatre in person again with this show.

Marriott Theatre: West Side Story Chicago ReviewWest Side Story is playing at Marriott Theatre through 3/27/2022. Tickets can be purchased by calling (847) 634-0200. Marriott Theatre is located at 10 Marriott Drive in Lincolnshire.