In celebration of one of John Kander and Fred Ebb’s most beloved musicals, Rob Fisher and Tom Thompson created this full-length concert adaptation, with a fresh new full orchestral arrangement, created by Bill Elliot, including every song from the original score (originally composed for just 13 on-stage musicians), and intermittent spoken dialogue, this new version is reimagined for full symphony orchestra.

Musicals in concert have long been a staple of popular programming for orchestras around the world, and now Broadway’s longest running musical, CHICAGO, is available to symphony orchestras, featuring a five-member cast of Broadway singing actors lead by CHICAGO’s original musical supervisor and beloved American conductor Rob Fisher.

CHICAGO In Concert is a sensational tale of sin, corruption and all that jazz with a ripped-from-the-headlines story about fame and scandal and one show-stopping song after another.

Rob Fisher (biography)
Kander & Ebb (biography)
This new concert reimagining of CHICAGO, brought to the world for the first time by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, marks an exciting new chapter in the life of one of the most iconic and surprisingly timeless musicals to ever hit the stage. -
BWW Review: CHICAGO IN CONCERT Sizzles with Sin at Dallas Symphony Orchestra