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Closed May 26, 2019

A Chorus Line is at once a period piece and a brilliantly timeless work of musical theater about talented people who are striving to achieve their dreams - or at least to make a living.

New York Times

Why See A Chorus Line?

Broadway ShowsMusicals

A welcome return

A Chorus Line shines a light on the ensemble; the fear, struggle and emotion that is behind every anonymous face in the crowd. Through a mixture of dramatic performance and a confessional score, Marvin Hamlisch and Edward Kleban's landmark musical follows 17 hopeful dancers as they audition for a new Broadway show, some looking for their big break, just a job, or some on their very last chance.


The soulful and revealing score includes "What I Did for Love," "The Music and the Mirror," "At the Ballet" and "Dance Ten, Looks Three. " Zach, the punishing director not only wants them to dance for the job of their lives, he also demands to know more about them. Asking each of them to talk about themselves, they starts by giving their names, age, hometown and reason for being a dancer, but reluctantly expand on this to share stories about about their families, friends, lovers, ambitions and careers. One by one, they come forward.

Some are shy or reluctant, while others are more than happy to reveal their innermost thoughts. From funny to heartbreaking, these 17 dancers share with us the stories of their lives. They put themselves on the line to get a job on the line. And when they're done, so is the audition. And the final chorus line of 8 dancers is chosen.

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Opening night: 10 April 2019


Suitable for ages 13 upwards - contains moderate language and adult themes.

Run time

Approximately two hours with intermission

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Please note, images are for illustrative purposes and not reflect casting for this event

Cast and Creative


Nicholas Berke as Greg
Ronnie S. Bowman, Jr. as Butch
Noah Bridgestock as Zach
Melissa Cabey as Val
Wesley Ian Cappiello as Roy
Ashley Chiu as Lois
Samantha Cho Grossman as Connie
Leighann Bibb Colin as Tricia
Kahlia Davis as Sheila
Darius R. Delk as Richie
Giovanni DiGabriele as Al
Orianna Hilliard as Diana
Erica Jane Hughes as Kristine
Peter Hughes as Mark
Lauren Garriott as Judy
Ryan Koerber as Bobby
Matthew Aaron Liotine as Frank
Pierre Marais as Paul
Kim McClay as Maggie
Makayla McIntosh as Vicki
Laura Pierpont as Bebe
Andrew Ruggieri as Mike
Madison Tinder as Cassie
Trevor Michael Schmidt as Tom
Taylor Wright as Don
Josh Zacher as Larry

Andrew Winans
Francine Enspiritu.


Nominated for 2 Tony Awards

Best Revival of a Musical

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5 reviews, average rating: (3.2 Stars)

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Kimberly DiMiceli Blanton: “Timeless and personal”

At once 70s in NYC and a timeless insight into these dancers' lives.... more

Patricia Ranalli: “A Chorus Line, touring company”

This is the sixth time I've seen this play: first in New York, 1977;... more

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