The Rosemont theater is a popular tourist attraction in the Chicago O’Hare Airport Hotel area if you’re a fan of Broadway productions and concerts. In November, the theatre has once again managed to find a musical production that will certainly prove to be entertaining for the whole family! From the 25th to the 27th of this month, the theater will be hosting a production of Shrek the Musical the only Illinois stop during its U.S. tour.
The musical which has graced the stage in locations all over London and the U.S is a must-see event if you’re staying at our Elk Grove Hotel location this month. Situated a mere 15 minutes from our hotel’s location, spending an evening enjoying the entertainment at the Rosemont Theatre is a convenient and satisfying way to keep the whole family happy during your visit to Chicago.
The musical itself is a renowned representation of the Oscar-winning Dreamworks film that captivated audiences when it was originally released in 2001. The show is part romance, part fairy-tale and all fun and is suitable for kids and adults of all ages. With its own brand of humor, the story appeals to a wide range of spectators while telling it’s tale of an ogre, his unlikely companions including a donkey an enchanted princess and a lonely dragon while showing how the strangest of companions can form the strongest friendships.
The show has both matinees and evening performances with tickets ranging from $22.50 to $87.50. You can buy tickets through the Rosemont Theater site but don’t wait too long! An event like this is sure to fill up quickly!
Attractions Near Chicago O’Hare Airport Hotels and Elk Grove Hotels
Why not have lunch or dinner before you show in the Elk Grove hotel area? There are many restaurants nearby our Elk Grove Hotel that will appeal to a variety of appetites including:
- Attitude Lounge
- Where Else Bar and Grill
- Sweet Baby Rays Barbecue
- Cuisine of India
- Moretti’s Italian Restaurant
- Jamesons Char House
- Kampai Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar
- Privilege Ultra lounge
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