A Chorus Line: Tickets now on sale
Tickets go on sale to the general public today (18 Jun 2006) for A Chorus Line.
Directed by its original Tony Award winning co-choreographer Bob Avian, the show opens at Broadway's Schoenfeld Theatre on the 5 Oct 2006, following previews from the 18 Sep and is currently booking to the 10 Mar 2007.
A Chorus Line: Dancers audition for a Broadway musical, during the audition we learn of the dreams and disappointments of the would be auditioners. Eventually eight are choosen and the show closes with a glitzy song and dance routine.
The company will feature Ken Alan (Bobby), Brad Anderson (Don), Michael Berresse (Zach), Natalie Cortez (Diana), Charlotte dï¿½Amboise (Cassie), Mara Davi (Maggie), Jessica Lee Goldyn (Val), Deidre Goodwin (Sheila), Tyler Hanes (Larry), James T. Lane (Richie), Paul McGill (Mark), Heather Parcells (Judy), Michael Paternostro (Greg), Alisan Porter (Bebe), Jeffrey Schecter (Mike), Yuka Takara (Connie), Jason Tam (Paul), Chryssie Whitehead (Kristine) and Tony Yazbeck (Al).
A Chorus Line, features a book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Edward Kleban. Baayork Lee re-stages the original choreography. A Chorus Line is produced by Vienna Waits Productions.
The new production features settings by Robin Wagner, costumes by Theoni V.Aldredge, lighting by Natasha Katz and Tharon Musser and sound design by Acme Sound Partners.
Musical direction and supervision is by Patrick Vaccariello, orchestrations are by Jonathan Tunick, Billy Byers and Hershey Kay and vocal arrangements are by Don Pippin.
A Chorus Line is currently playing a pre-Broadway engagement at San Franciscoï¿½s Curran Theatre until 2 Sep 2006
The original production of A Chorus Line opened at the New York Shakespeare Festivalï¿½s Newman Theatre on the 21 May 1975 and transferred to Broadwayï¿½s Shubert Theatre on 25 Jul, opening there on 19 Oct 1975.
It won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Score and Book, and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. It ran for nearly 15 years, closing on the 28 Apr 1990 after 6,137 performances.
A Chorus Line remains the longest running American musical in Broadway history.
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