Auditorium Theatre

Auditorium Theatre

50 E. Congress Parkway Chicago, Illinois 60605, 60605

The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, an Illinois not-for-profit organization, is committed to presenting the finest in international, cultural, community, and educational programming to Chicago and to the continued restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Theatre.

Every person the Auditorium encounters will be inspired by our artistic and educational aspirations and captivated by the architectural splendor of our historic theater.

The Auditorium Theatre strives to achieve diversity in the broadest possible context. Our goal is for diversity to infuse and be reflected in every dimension of our work, our programs, our performances, our artists, and the people we serve. We believe that diversity means inclusion and accessibility.

The Auditorium Theatre believes ethics embrace our ability to be fair, consistent, and transparent in our actions to one another, our artists, our stakeholders and our patrons. We embrace innovation as we employ our talents, creative thinking, and available technology to continuously improve how we approach and execute our work.

Excellence is the cornerstone that connects all Auditorium Theatre values. In always aiming to achieve excellence, we perpetually endeavor to attain new heights.

A National Historic Landmark, the Auditorium Theatre is known internationally for its perfect acoustics, innovative architecture, and stunning design.

For 127 years, the Auditorium Theatre has evolved, each decade ushering in a new challenge and a new voice. From the operatic glory of the theater’s inception to the rock-and-roll concerts of the 1960’s and 70’s, from a setting for the world’s most legendary musicals to the greatest ballets, the Auditorium Theatre’s programming has adapted and grown, but has always remained dedicated to providing the highest quality of artistic experiences while preserving the storied principles upon which it was founded.

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