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Show Times:

May 14, 2020 - May 15, 2020

Merrill Auditorium, Portland



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Thank you!

We’ve been holding out hopes for a re-schedule for the Broadway National Tour of “Chicago” for early 2021, and the ability to transfer your tickets — which is why you’ve not heard from us sooner.

We recently received the news that the tour is going on hiatus until the 2021-22 season. We are extremely disappointed to share this cancellation notice. We very much hope to bring this production back in the future.

Ovations is committed to your health and safety as our #1 priority, and we know our community well-being also relies on the food for our souls that we find in the arts and in conversations with each other. With the City of Portland’s shutdown, the originally scheduled May 14-15 performances were no longer viable.

Ovations’ is the exclusive presenter of Broadway National Tours at Merrill Auditorium. We are also a charitable nonprofit, whose ticket sales support our mission to provide educational and other services to our communities. We hope you will consider turning your tickets back to us, as you are able, as a donation in order to continue to support this important work on behalf of the economic, social, and cultural well-being of our communities. Your donations and Memberships support our artists, the people here at Portland Ovations, and our many community partners.

Please stay healthy and stay in touch. We look forward to when we can again gather with you.


Merrill Auditorium, Portland
20 Myrtle Street
Portland, ME 04101 United States
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A beautifully restored 1,900-seat performance venue, this majestic hall is one of the gems of Portland’s downtown Arts District and is located near many excellent restaurants.

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Parking: Parking is available for a nominal fee at “Central Parking Services” on the corner of Congress and Pearl Streets (this lot offers some accessible parking spaces) and at the “Top of the Old Port” on Pearl Street (off of Congress).