January 13, 2018 @ 7:30PM | January 14, 2018 @ 3PM

Celebrate the transformative power of music at the Auditorium Theatre with Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah, taking place for the 13th consecutive year over Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day weekend. Inspired by Dr. King’s message of “Beloved Community,” Too Hot brings Chicagoans together to witness “a contagiously joyous jazz, gospel, and blues treatment of George Frideric Handel’s famous 18th-century oratorio” (Chicago Reader). Clap along with acclaimed soloists Rodrick Dixon, Alfreda Burke, and Karen Marie Richardson, joined by legendary pianist Alvin Waddles, a choir of over 100 members, an ensemble orchestra, and a world-class jazz combo in what the Chicago Tribune calls “an ebullient holiday tradition.”

 

Phone: 312.341.2300 | Box Office: 50 E Congress Pkwy
Groups of 10+ are available now. | Subscription Info

Please note: Artists, programs, and dates are subject to change. Ticket prices may change due to demand.
 
 

 

Reveler Social Club Party | January 13
6PM :: Pre-Show Party | 7:30PM :: Performance

Patrons ages 21-45 are able to purchase a discounted ticket to the January 13 performance of Too Hot to Handel, which includes a pre-show reception. This discounted ticket includes light bites, 2 drink tickets for beer or  wine, and a seat to the performance. Meet with other young professionals while enjoying a few drinks and delicious food!

Tickets for Reveler Parties go on sale approximately 1 month prior to the performance date.

Post-Show Q & A | Sunday, January 14

Join us immediately following the 1/14 performance for a 20-minute post-show Q & A session. The Auditorium Theatre Creative Engagement staff will guide the conversation as performers and artistic staff from Too Hot to Handel answer audience questions about their work.