The Devil Wears Prada the Musical Chicago

The Devil Wears Prada the Musical Chicago

The devil wears Prada the musical Chicago
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From Tony, Grammy, and Academy Award winner Elton John. Tony-winning director Anna D. Shapiro (“August: Osage County,” Steppenwolf Theatre).

Tony-winning producer Kevin McCollum. “In the Heights, Avenue Q, Rent,” and this season’s hit musical “SIX. Along comes “The Devil Wears Prada the Musical Chicago.”

“Runway” magazine. The supreme authority of the high-fashion world and the new home of assistant Andy Sachs.

It’s a position a million people would kill for. But under the sharp stilettos of “Runway’s legendary editor-in-chief, Miranda Priestly. The job is no dream.

Against Miranda’s blistering leadership and stratospheric expectations. Andy is pushed to the edge, forced to choose between her career and her happiness.

Based on the hit film and featuring an all-star creative team led by Elton John and Anna D. Shapiro.

With lyrics by singer-songwriter Shaina Taub (“Suffs” at The Public). A book by Kate Wetherhead (“Submissions Only”). Choreography by James Alsop (“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”). And music supervision by Nadia DiGiallonardo (“Waitress”).

“The Devil Wears Prada, The Musical”. Is a charming and hilarious story about finding your place. And discovering what matters most.

The Musical is in Chicago at the James M. Nederlander Theatre for a limited time! Get your tickets at for the best prices!


Tuesday, Aug 9, 2022 / 7:30pm | $55 – $95

Wednesday, Aug 10, 2022 / 7:30pm | $75 – $95

Thursday, Aug 11, 2022 / 7:30pm | $35 – $95

Tuesday, Aug 16, 2022 / 7:30pm | $35 – $95

Wednesday, Aug 17, 2022 / 7:30pm | $35 – $95

Thursday, Aug 18, 2022 / 7:30pm | $35 – $95

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Due to COVID-19 protocol, children under the age of 2 will not be admitted to any Broadway in Chicago Theatre. Masks are strongly recommended. Except when actively eating or drinking, however, they are not required.

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James M. Nederlander Theatre

24 W. Randolph St.

Chicago, IL 60601




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6 thoughts on “The Devil Wears Prada the Musical Chicago

  1. Wow, this musical sounds iike it is going to be amazing. Just listening to the catchy tune that Elton John is singing makes you want to get up and dance. I love musicals, and I think I have seen most of them, but it is a pity this one is not in our country, but I am sure I will get to see it in future.

    1. Hi Michel! Thank you for commenting! Elton will make you get up and dance. I hope you are able to see the show near you as well. It is really a great show!  I wish you the best.

  2. I had no idea that there was a musical based on The Devil Wears Prada movie! 

    This is 100% one of my all time favorite movies.. it never gets old!   It has so many of my favorite actors and actresses, bringing it to the top 3 favorite movies in my book. 

    This is so interesting that Elton John was part of the creation of the musical too!   How cool! I’ll have to look into this more. 

    1. Hi Rebecca!

      This is one of my favorite movies too! I just love it. If you get a chance to check out the musical, you will love it the same.

  3. Wow, your intriguing intro encourages the audience to get into the performance. The brilliance of the music director, the lyricist, and the rest. Enjoy the thrill of this summer evening in Chicago.

    “you don’t know what you need”- from I am born to lose. Just thinking of it while reviewing the site. 

    Note the dates and the timing and just enjoy the time.

    The message of The Devil Wears Prada is simple: Don’t sacrifice your life and well-being and selfhood for a job. Behind that message is the same backbeat that’s always been: Those who can’t handle it will fall by the wayside, and we’ll pretend we consider them justified instead of weak.

    1. Yes Anusuya! The message is very simple and I think you nailed it on the head. Thanks for your comment!

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