Plan Your Visit

Directions


Ruth Page Center for the Arts is located in Chicago’s Near North Side just steps from Michigan Avenue’s Magnificent Mile, Chicago’s shopping, dining and cultural mecca. The historic 1927 building in which the Center resides sits on a lovely tree-lined street in the heart of Gold Coast. The Gold Coast is a historic district roughly bounded by North Avenue, Lake Shore Drive, Oak Street, and Clark Street.

Public Transportation:
Red Line – Clark and Division stop
Bus Lines – #22, #36, #70, and # 156

Ruth Page Center for the Arts
1016 N. Dearborn Street
Chicago, IL 60610

Important Information

  • Chicago Children’s Theatre is in residence at The Ruth Page Center for Arts for the entire 2014-15 season.
  • Will call tickets are held at the Ruth Page box office window under last name.
  • Please arrive 30 minutes prior to showtime for General Admission seating.
  • Late seating is at the discretion of the House Manager. If you arrive late, your party may not be able to sit together.
  • If you are a subscriber, you are eligible for seating in our VIP section. To ensure this seating selection, please contact the box office at least 72 hours prior to showtime at (872) 222-9555.

Parking

The Ruth Page Center validates discounted parking for the LAZ structure at 1250 N. Dearborn Street ($15 for 4 hours) and the Newberry Plaza structure at 1030 N. State Street ($12 for 6 hours). There is also paid street parking throughout the Gold Coast neighborhood within walking distance of The Ruth Page Center. Chicago Children’s Theatre patrons are not allowed to park in the lot adjacent to the Ruth Page Center (on the north side of the building).

Dining

The Gold Coast is one of the most famous districts in Chicago for dining, with a very high concentration of restaurants and bars. Many of them are located on famed Rush Street. A densely packed area known for its energy and its lights, Rush is awake long after the Loop has gone to sleep. Even in cold weather, throngs of people can be found mingling outside each of the restaurants and bars in this area. It is, to many, the place to be. Many establishments, aware of the draw of Rush Street, use the moniker when naming their business. There is the Rush Street Restaurant, Phil Stefani’s 437 Rush and Tavern on Rush, to name a few. Restaurants that are unique to Chicago include Tavern on Rush, Carmine’s, Gibson’s, Bistrot Zinc, Morton’s Steakhouse and PJ Clarke’s. Well-known chains also abound here. There are Dave and Buster’s, Johnny Rockets, Big Bowl and the world-famous Cheesecake Factory. For faster food, visitors can try Corner Bakery or Gold Coast Dogs. After hours, check out Hugo’s Frog Bar, The Back Room and Luxbar.