Bar Association's 88th annual Christmas production delights audiences with singing, dancing & parodies of public figures during yearly revue
About This Deal
Laughter is said to be the best medicine, which is why many doctors’ visits now include free knock-knock jokes and cameos by Dave Coulier. Receive a healthy dose of giggles with today’s deal: for $22, you get one ticket for main-floor seating to see “The 88th Annual Christmas Spirits Show: LawLawPalooza”, presented by The Chicago Bar Association at Merle Reskin Theatre (a $45 value). Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Choose between the following shows:
- Wednesday, December 7, at 8 p.m.
- Thursday, December 8, at 8 p.m.<p>
Hosting their 88th annual Christmas production, The Chicago Bar Association casts aside its collective briefcase in favor of costumes and comedy for a laughter-packed revue. Throughout the show, a talented lineup of performers legally splits sides with well-tuned ditties, choreographed dances, and irreverent parodies that poke fun at local and national legal figures, politicians, sports stars and more. Leaving no stone or gavel unturned, acts will also address many of the year’s top headlines, allowing audience members to discard silly-putty replicas of newscasters and relive 2011 in style.
Attendees observe the litigious clownery from main-floor seating in the opulent Merle Reskin Theatre. Originally founded as the Blackstone Theatre more than a century ago, the performing-arts venue continues to surround guests with French Renaissance–style architecture. Ocular appetites are sated by golden sconces, an ornately detailed proscenium arch, and classic balconies devoid of heckling senior citizens with felt skin.