Fall Family Cabaret – Tickets Available Now!

You are cordially invited to our 2nd annual Fall Family Cabaret, “Reaching for Stars” where we present food, friends and fabulous performances by our teaching artists and resident actors.  Tickets for the event are on-sale now!


Oliver! Tickets On-Sale – Summer Show is Thrilling…Hilarious…Heartwarming

Join Us For Our First Ever All-Ages Musical - This is a “Must See” Summer Show!  Set in Victorian London, Lionel Bart’s Oliver! brings Charles Dickens’ characters to life with some of the most memorable music ever written for the stage. With show-stopping songs like “Food, Glorious Food!” and “Consider Yourself,” as well as poignant ballads like “As Long As He Needs Me”

‘Oliver!’ Summer Kids Camps Still Have Room – Camp Begins in Early August

Our performance-focused  music theatre camps are educational, fun and inspiring!  Working with some of the top theatre educators in Chicagoland, students will learn beginning-, intermediate-, or advanced-level skills in acting, singing and movement. All of our programs


Enrollment Open Now for My Son, Pinocchio – With Music by Wicked Composer Stephen Schwartz

MY SON PINOCCHIO – OUR FALL 2014 PROGRAM! The classic tale of an aging toymaker and his puppet, Pinocchio, takes on timely issues in Disney’s MY SON PINOCCHIO. Grammy Award-winner and Wicked composer Stephen Schwartz adds a compelling original songs to the beloved classics “When You Wish Upon a Star” and “I’ve Got No Strings.” Join the Blue Fairy, Stromboli


2014-2015 Season Includes Pinocchio, Godspell, The Sound of Music, You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown & More!

Youth Company Chicago is growing again! In September, we will change our name to “Windy City Music Theatre” – a title that will reflect our exciting growth, as well as our commitment to bringing high-quality music theatre programs for all ages – tots, kids, teens and adults – to this

Be Our Guest! 2013-2014 Season of Shows & Programs Announced

Youth Company Chicago is proud to announce the shows and programs that will make up its 2013-2014 season.  Director of Artistic Learning Jerry R. Foust has promised “something for everyone” in the exciting and diverse lineup. Audiences will