Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding

Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding
The church bells are ringing, and Tony and Tina are back! From the original New York producers in conjunction with Chicago Theater Works comes the nuptial return of one of Chicago’s longest running smash hit shows, Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding! Returning after playing an incredible 14 years in Chicago and entertaining more than one million audience members of all ages, Tony 'n Tina's is considered one of the hottest tickets in town. Complete with the 1980’s throwback feel of the original, this production takes place for the first time ever in a real church. Take some advice from the Chicago Tribune’s Chris Jones: “have a blast” and “go in a group”! Just like any wedding, Tony ‘n Tina’s is made all the more memorable when shared with friends. “Fresher and Funnier than ever… the show’s original New York producers have reinvigorated the classic with an all-star cast of Chicago improvisers." - Chicago Reader

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Group minimum: 16


Parking Information

A limited number of parking passes are available for the parking lot at 4432 North Seminary, and cost $15.00 each.  They can be purchased with your tickets.  Limited number available.  Not available for matinee performances.


Extended Indefinitely!



Select Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.

Fridays at 7:30 p.m.

Saturdays at 5:00 p.m. or 8:30 pm (see schedule)

Sundays at 5:00 p.m.

Other dates available upon request.


Premium - $85 | Regular - $75



Premium - $76.50 | Regular - $67.50

Drink tickets are available for groups only at $9.50 each.

A limited number of Parking Passes are available for $15.00 each.

Buyouts are available upon request for corporate parties and private events. Incorporate your company or guest of honor into the show!

Prices subject to change. Reservations subject to availability.

Chicago Theater Works

1113 W. Belmont Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60657


The new Chicago Theater Works makes its home in the heart of the Belmont Theater District at 1113 W. Belmont. Designed by Obora and Associates with interior design by Matthew Murray, this versatile space transforms into both a 200-seat German beer hall known as “Der Brew-Ha-Ha” for We Gotta Bingo and Vinnie Black’s Colosseum for Tony 'n Tina's 1980s wedding reception. The space is a new staple in the Chicago theater scene run by Bill Collins and Michael Dunne.