You probably know John O'Hurley best as J. Peterman, Elaine's enigmatic boss on "Seinfeld." Or, perhaps as one of the ultra enthusiastic co-hosts on "The National Dog Show" every Thanksgiving Day. Now you'll get a chance to get to meet the accomplished actor, singer, pianist and voice-over performer when he reprises his Broadway performance as Billy Flynn, the fast-talking lawyer character in the immensely popular musical "Chicago."
O'Hurley will play the juicy role that Richard Gere made famous in the Academy Award-winning movie version during the run of "Chicago" at the Ford Center for the Performing Arts Oriental Theatre from February 25 through March 8. "Chicago" has won six Tony Awards, two Oliver Awards and a Grammy throughout its storied history, which continues with this razzle-dazzle incarnation.
And, in the sinful spirit of the play, which celebrates the underbelly of Chicago in the 1920s, you can "steal" main floor tickets to Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday performances throughout the show's run for $39.50 (regularly priced between $57.50 and $82.50). Just use the special offer code "CRIME" when ordering.