Music by John Kander
Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse
Directed by Ryan Kapur ’20 and Julius Wade ’20
Music Directed by Robert Capodilup0 ’19
Produced by Eric Cheng ’20, Kat Hess ’20, and Abigail Sage ’21


The Loeb MainStage

Friday, October 19 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, October 20 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, October 21 at 2 pm
Thursday,  October 25 at 7:30 pm
Friday, October 26 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, October 27 at 2 pm

Run time: 2.5 hours with an intermission


Greed. Corruption. Violence. Jazz.

In 1920s Chicago, a fame-hungry chorus girl named Roxie Hart murders the man she’s been having an affair with after he tries to walk out on her. When Roxie arrives as an inmate to the Cook County Jail, fellow inmate and vaudeville performer Velma Kelly is enjoying the limelight as she awaits trial for murdering her cheating sister and husband. Roxie quickly learns who orchestrated Velma’s fame: “Mama” Morton, the corrupt prison matron, and Billy Flynn, the hotshot lawyer. Desperate for the attention and admiration of the public, Roxie and Velma attempt to outperform one another in front of the press in an all out tug-of-war for fame.

Harvard College Musical Theater brings Broadway’s longest-running American musical to the Loeb Mainstage to explore America’s obsession with fame, scandal, and justice.

This performance contains discussions of and depictions of murder and gun violence.


Roxie Hart …
Velma Kelly …
Amos Hart …
Billy Flynn …
Mary Sunshine …
Matron Mama Morton …
Ensemble (10-12) …


Director … Julius Wade
Director … Ryan Kapur
Publicity Producer … Abigail Sage
Finance Producer … Eric Cheng
Tech Producer … Kat Hess
Stage Manager … Jennifer Kunes
Music Director … Robert Capodilupo
Production Advisor … Anisa Ahmed
Production Advisor … Alexandra Caffrey
Set Designer … Sabrina Richert
Costume Designer … Laura Chapman
Props Designer … Sarah Rossman
Sound Designer … Raymond Wang
Light Designer … Jason Sibrian