Following the September 8 performance of Broadway's Chicago, the cast and orchestra paid tribute to the longest-reigning monarch in history, Queen Elizabeth II, who died September 8 at the age of 96.
Erich Bergen, who currently plays Billy Flynn in the Tony-winning revival, said, "In the spirit of togetherness in this time of mourning, we ask that you please join us in a special tribute to a woman full of character, grace, and leadership."
Watch the tribute below, including the Chicago orchestra's rendition of "God Save the Queen," below:
Tonight our Chicago orchestra paid tribute incredible life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II with “God Save the Queen” at curtain call.— Chicago The Musical (@ChicagoMusical) September 9, 2022
Chicago ran for over 15 years in the West End and continues to tour around the UK. pic.twitter.com/WmtSWf5WpI
Chicago, which continues at Broadway's Ambassador Theatre, ran for over 15 years in the West End and continues to tour the U.K.