A Chorus Line

Based on the real life stories of Broadway Performers
University of Sunderland presents
Thu 7 Mar - Fri 8 Mar
Thu 7 Mar
Fri 8 Mar

Based on the real life stories of Broadway Performers, ‘A Chorus Line’ tells the story of a diverse group of dancers auditioning for a part in the Chorus of a new Broadway Musical. As part of the Audition process, each dancer is asked to share aspects of their personal lives.

Through song, the dancers discuss everything from past shows they’ve done to their high school experiences, their home lives and why they started dancing. With Music by Marvin Hamlisch and Lyrics by Edward Kleban, the songs of ‘A Chorus Line’ will make you laugh – ‘Dance: Ten; Looks: Three’, ‘Nothing’ & ‘Sing!’ – as well as make you cry – ‘What I Did For Love’.

Originally conceived, directed, and choreographed by Michael Bennett, co-choreographed by Bob Avian, and Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, the original Broadway production of ‘A Chorus Line’ went on to become one of the longest running shows on Broadway, won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, 9 Tony awards, and an Olivier Award.

Afternoon 13:30 / Evening 18:30
Performance Starts:
Afternoon 14:00 / Evening 19:00
Tickets: From £6

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult

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