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February 6 - July 6, 2024

Bekah and Ingrid have written a smart, passionate, timely musical adaptation of a great love story. I'm excited to return to Chicago to premiere it in a great theatre town with smart, passionate, and very discerning audiences

Michael Greif, director

Why See The Notebook?


It wasn't over, it still isn't over

This brand-new musical is set to make its Broadway premiere in 2024! It's been sixteen years since Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams first set screens alight as Allie and Noah in The Notebook, but romance fans are in for a song-and-dance treat when this beloved story hits the stage! Featuring music and lyrics from American singer-songwriter Ingrid Michaelson, a book by Bekkah Bruntstetter (Cake, This Is Us) and direction from Tony nominee Michael Greif (Dear Evan Hansen, Rent).

Devised by Chicago Shakespeare Theatre and based on the best-selling book by Nicholas Sparks, the production brings one of the greatest modern love stories to life with a buoyant folk-pop score. Composer Michaelson explores themes of devotion, love, memory, and family, concepts often found in her own platinum-certified original music. The Windy City production comes after a star-studded reading at New York's Powerhouse Theatre, featuring Vanessa Hudgens and James Naughton. 

What Is The Notebook About? 

Beginning one sweltering Summer in 1940s South Carolina, the story chronicles the tumultuous love affair between poor mill worker Noah Calhoun and privileged heiress Allie Hamilton. When Allie's parents discover their tryst, they call him trash, forbid the relationship and announce their departure for Charleston. An angry Noah leaves, and the pair break up. Though their undeniable and unrequited bond is buried beneath World War II, Allie's engagement to another man and the ravages of time itself, the smallest ember of passion and true love remains in wait. 

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Previews from: 6 February 2024

Opening night: 14 March 2024


You may be required to wear a mask during this performance. Please contact the venue directly for more information.

Cast and Creative


Casting TBA


Music and lyrics - Ingrid Michealson
Book - Bekkah Brunstetter
Direction - Michael Greif

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12 reviews, average rating: (3.5 Stars)

3.5 star rating

Susan: “So Good!”

This show is worth your time and money. So well done, great music, well... more

Elaine : “Beautiful emotional journey ”

Stunning and evocative depiction of love, struggle, life, and the choices... more

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