MJ - The Life Story of Michael Jackson Tickets
James M. Nederlander Theatre | Chicago, IL
We have all heard about the King of Pop, but what do you even know about him? Well MJ, the production will reveal all. It is focused around his Dangerous World Tour and once you have completed the show, you will have a totally contrasting appreciation about him. Like all things MJ, this production will have some of the most awesome visuals ever and of course, that unique blend of dynamism that MJ exhibited. Something this special only comes around once, and you have to be at Nederlander Theatre at Ford Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday 16th August 2023 to really appreciate it, but be warned, tickets are in short supply so be sure to get yours here.
MJ The Musical tells the story of important moments in Michael Jackson's career and personal life that eventually led to him being called the "King of Pop" and becoming one of the musicians with the biggest record sales and the highest level of acclaim throughout the history of entertainment. It concentrates on Michael Jackson's ups and downs, both of which have a long and illustrious heritage. The concept of the musical is set in 1992, when Michael Jackson is gearing up for his Dangerous World Tour and a journalist manages to convince Jackson to grant the reporter an interview.
The musical will provide you with a whole new perspective on his life, and that alone deserves your attendance at this show. You will be left amazed by the beautiful visuals as renderings of the King of Pop's music, which encompasses 25 of his best songs, including "Beat It," "Billie Jean," and "Thriller." It is so brilliant that after the show, you will be practicing all the star’s signature moves and will probably moon walk out of the venue.
It should not come as a shock that tickets will sell out very quick given the quality of the ensemble performing and of course the great stage design being utilized. In all honesty, you do not have any other choice but to reserve your spot by purchasing them today.