A Chorus Line: Broadway's Hit Musical at The Hanover Theatre
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Featuring an experimental improvised piece, mechanical sound sculptures and a massive kinetic sculpture titled Container Man, Bread and Puppet Theater's work is both politically stimulating and awe inspiring. The performance will take place at The Quarry, a former industrial site set on a 12-acre campus in the forest outside of Acton. The avant-garde performance-art piece features Bread & Puppet's signature visual elements, along with movement, vocals and pertinent political social commentary. Sourdough rye will be served and cheap art will be available for purchase after the show. Led by artist Peter Schumann, Bread and Puppet first made its mark in the experimental theater movement of the '60s and '70s in New York and is now thriving in its home in Vermont, independently pursuing its twin goals of art and activism. All sound sculptures were designed by Viktor Lois, the Hungarian-born artistic director of Contemporary Arts International. Learn More
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It was VERY slow moving and somewhat boring! I think it has seen it's time. The three of us were disappointed. My husband actually dozed off and my 22 year old daughter who is a dancer asked to leave. The dialog was inappropriate and went on and...continued
Originally opening off Broadway at The Public Theater’s Newman Theatre in 1975, A Chorus Line was so successful that it quickly transferred to Broadway’s Shubert Theatre. It was at the Shubert where A Chorus Line made Broadway history during its almost 15 year run, winning nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. With over 6,000 performances under its top hat, A Chorus Line closed on April 28, 1990.
A Chorus Line reclaimed its place in the heart of Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre where it opened to rave reviews on October 5, 2006. A Chorus Line is directed by its original Tony Award winning co-choreographer Bob Avian and is produced by John F. Breglio for Vienna Waits Productions, with music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Edward Kleban. This multi-award winner is a timeless classic sure to thrill the whole family with its current national tour.