General Ticket Information

Show Times and Ticket Prices
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Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 7:30pm and Sundays at 7:00pm
Running time: 90 minutes (no intermission) 

October 10th & October 11th (Preview Performances)
General Admission (no reserved seating) – $30

October 12th (Press Opening/Opening Night)
General Admission (no reserved seating) – $45
Show and Reception/After-Party – $100

October 13 – November 10th (Run of Show)
General Admission (no reserved seating) – $45
Student Discount (with ID) – $20 (code: studentpass)
Only 100 available for the run of the show – get yours now!

Click here to buy tickets!

Please be aware that this performance includes haze and live gunfire.

Street parking is available and there is a limited space lot kitty-corner for $5 payable at the box office on the night of the show. For more information about the The Viaduct Theater, including directions and nearby amenities, click here.

Special Events

October 13th – October 15th
General Admission (no reserved seating) – $45
Chicago Ideas Week Attendees – $30 (with code and appropriate ID)
Features evocative talk backs and post-show discussions tying the production to the Megatalk “Democracy: State of Our Union” on October 8th, hosted by Michael Duffy, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, David Gregory, Nancy Gibbs, Mark Halperin, John Heilemann, Mayor Annise Parker, Rick Stengel

October 18th – Obama & Romney Campaign Night
General Admission (no reserved seating) – $45
Employees of either campaign with appropriate ID’s – FREE
(check out the Facebook invite here)

October 20th – Millikin University Alumni Night
General Admission (no reserved seating) – $45
Current Millikin Students (with ID) – $10 (code: muellerhall)
Join alumni, faculty, students, family and friends of Millikin University on this special night. Features a pre-reception at a private home with a special cabaret performance. A portion of all ticket sales will benefit the capital campaign for a new theater building on campus. Millikin Alumni involved in this production are:
(’00) Billy Pacholski (Producer/Director)
(’99) Libby Lane (Cast – Sarah Jane Moore)
(’10) Chris Tuttle (Costumer)
(’98) Leah Jones (Funder/Supporter) 

October 25th – League of Chicago Theatre’s “Theater Thursday”
General Admission (no reserved seating) – $45
Includes a post-show reception and discussion featuring local Abraham Lincoln historian, Daniel Weinberg

November 6th – Special Election Night Show
General Admission (no reserved seating) – $45
Come celebrate the new President (returning or otherwise) with the Assassins! 


We’ve teamed up with Bailiwick Chicago to offer the hottest “Presidential Ticket” this year. For $70 you can see two great shows – Stephen Sondheim’s “Assassins” at the Viaduct Theater and “Bloody, Bloody, Andrew Jackson” at the National Pastime Theater. (an $80 value). Click here to buy your “Presidential Ticket”. (Note: when purchasing through our website, you will get to select your performance for Assassins right away. A code will be emailed to you and you will be directed to select a performance on Bailiwick’s ticket site within 48 hours.)