BoHo Theatre

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Boho Theatre

BoHo Theatre is a Chicago-based theatre company. Founded in 2003, their productions have garnered praise (including Top Ten production assignations from the Chicago Tribune, and Time Out Chicago), and have been favored with Joseph Jefferson Award (Jeff Award) recommendations and citations for several productions.

Noted productions include critically acclaimed The Wild Party by Andrew Lippa, Side Show by Bill Russell and Henry Krieger, and Sophocles' Electra. Their production of Songs for a New World by Jason Robert Brown, played to sold-out houses, received much critical acclaim, and was chosen as the Chicago Tribune's "Hottest Ticket". Most recently, BoHo's productions of Playing with Fire (after Frankenstein) and the Regional premier of Ahrens and Flaherty's The Glorious Ones opened to glowing reviews, sold-out performances, and eight Jeff Award nominations.

Actor Sam Wootten received a non-Equity Jeff Award for his portrayal of Oscar Wilde in the BoHo production of Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, and BoHo Associate Artistic Director Peter Robel garnered an After Dark award for Outstanding Direction of a Play for the BoHo production of The Merchant of Venice. Actor Adam Kander received an After Dark award in the acting category for that same production. Longtime BoHo collaborator Brenda Didier recently received a non-Equity Jeff Award for Outstanding Choreography for her work on the BoHo production of the musical The Life.

Upcoming productions include the Tony Award-winning musical Big River by William Hauptman and Roger Miller, Striking 12 by GrooveLily, The Elephant Man by Bernard Pomerance, Dirty Blonde by Claudia Shear, and Icarus by Edwin Sanchez.

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