Located in the Chicago Loop, the PrivateBank Theatre is a venerable theatre with a storied past. It was constructed in 1906 and named the Majestic Theatre, specializing in vaudeville performances for a high-class clientele. After a period of ownership by the Orpheum chain, it closed in 1932 due to the Great Depression, only to reopen in 1945 as the Sam Shubert Theatre after it was acquired by the Shubert Organization. Musicals performed during this period include A Chorus Line and South Pacific, among others. The future PrivateBank Theatre changed hands once again in 1991, this time becoming part of the Nederlander Organization and its Broadway in Chicago division. Following performances of Cabaret, The Goodbye Girl and Spamalot, the theatre was remodeled from 2005-2006 and renamed The LaSalle Bank Theatre. The theatre was renamed again in 2008 to the Bank of America Theatre before being gaining its current name, the PrivateBank Theatre in late 2015. Recent performances include Kinky Boots, Cabaret and The Book of Mormon. It can be sometimes difficult to find theatre parking in the Chicago Loop, but the best way to avoid being late for the performance is to book PrivateBank Theatre parking ahead of time with ParkWhiz.
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