Hit Broadway Musical A Chorus Line, From 3-D Theatricals
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The last date listed for A Chorus Line was Sunday May 27, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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This show contains strong language and adult themes. It may not be suitable for young audiences. The show runs 90 minutes with no intermission.
Book by James Kirkwood & Nicholas Dante
Music by Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics by Edward Kleban
Musical Direction by Julie Lamoureux
Choreography by Linda Love Simmons
Directed by T.J. Dawson
About the Creative Team and Cast*
*Subject to change without notice. Current at time of publication.
*T.J. Dawson (Director/Artistic Director) *has been establishing himself over the past few years in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas as a producer/director/choreographer and is thrilled about a new theatre company opening its doors and creating new jobs in a market that needs it so badly. T.J. is so passionate about the arts and has loved the unique opportunity to start a professional theatre company from the ground up where the options are endless. He most recently directed the critically acclaimed productions of The Sound of Music, The Drowsy Chaperone (Winner of Best Musical – Stage Scene LA) and All Shook Up for 3-D Theatricals (both garnering Backstage Critic’s Pick and Roar of the Crowd). Select producer/director/choreographer credits include: the Orange County premieres and critically acclaimed productions of Side Show, Lippa’s The Wild Party and Bat Boy The Musical which received Critic’s Pick from Backstage, “Roar of the Crowd” award from Goldstar Events as well as several Garland Award nominations from Backstage, Cabaret which received Critic’s Choice for “Best Show in 2004,” _Into The Woods, Seussical, Peter Pan, Altar Boyz, Spelling Bee, Hello Dolly! _and A Chorus Line are among his favorites.
Linda Love Simmons (Choreographer) is an award winning director and choreographer whose work has been seen on stage and screen from coast to coast. She has created works for Disney, Mattel, the 2002 Olympics, Megan Mullally, Paramount, Holland America cruise lines and Under Armor to name just a few.
Julie Lamoureaux (Musical Direction) *is happy to return to the 3DT family for this production of A Chorus Line. She has worked throughout Southern California as a pianist and musical director for theatre companies including Musical Theatre West , the Candlelight Pavilion, Performance Riverside, Main Street Theatre Company, Broadway at the Gardens and Citrus College. Recent musical direction credits include The Sound of Music, The Most Happy Fella, Annie, Cinderella, Man of La Mancha, and A Year With Frog and Toad. Julie has played in pit orchestras and on stage for shows ranging from Sweeney Todd to The Fantasticks to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, as well as in New York and Los Angeles for the “Making It On Broadway” intensive. As the mother of three young adult children, all active in musical theatre, Julie often enjoys the opportunity to collaborate with one or more of them on various projects. She holds a Masters degree in piano performance from USC and maintains a private studio in her home.
The cast of *_A Chorus Line*_ features (in alphabetical order): Tomasina Abate as Sheila, Casey Canino as Tricia, Alexis A. Carra as Cassie, Venny Carranza as Mike Anthony Chatmon III as Richie, Robin De Lano as Diana, Jesse Gonzales in Ensemble, Juan Guillen as Al, Jacob Haren as Mark, Kristen Lamoureux as Maggie, Chester Lockhart as Larry, Adrianna Lyons as Judy, Cameron McLendon in Ensemble, Theresa Murray as Kristine, Shane Orser as Bobby, Kavin Panmeechao as Paul, Michael Paternostro as Zach, Thomas Roy in Ensemble, Cassie Silva as Val, Hannah Jean Simmons as Bebe, Daniel A. Smith as Greg, Momoko Sugai as Connie, Dennis Tong in Ensemble, Tory Trowbridge in Ensemble, Carson Twitchell as Don and Jon M. Wailin in Ensemble.
A Chorus Line has assembled an award-winning design team. The lighting design is by Jared Sayeg. The sound design is by John Feinstein. The prop design and assistant stage manager is Terry Hanrahan. The stage manager is William Coiner.