Broadway Classic A Chorus Line at the Morgan-Wixson Theatre
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The last date listed for A Chorus Line was Saturday July 31, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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- Engage with the cast during moderated Q&As after the performances on July 3, 11, and 16.
Conceived and Originally Directed & Choreographed by Michael Bennett
Book by James Kirkwood & Nicholas Dante
Music by Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics by Edward Kleban
Co-Choreographed by Bob Avian
Winner of nine Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this musical explores the essence of being a performer, told through the personal stories of 17 hyper-talented dancers in the 200-seat Morgan-Wixson Theatre. Whether you are a newcomer to A Chorus Line or a longtime devotee, this talented cast will deliver unforgettable live theatrical entertainment.
In 1974, Michael Bennett gathered Broadway dancers together to talk about their lives and the forces that inspired them to dance. The resulting musical -- A Chorus Line -- started Off-Broadway in 1975, selling out its entire run immediately. The show moved to Broadway in July 1975, earning 12 Tony nominations and winning nine, including Best Musical and Best Choreography. This well-loved show inspired the 2008 documentary film Every Little Step and a 1985 feature film starring Michael Douglas.