1400 Market Street, Saint Louis, MO 63103
Ended 23 Mar 2013 after 2 days
A Chorus Line is at once a period piece and a brilliantly timeless work of musical theater about talented people who are striving to achieve their dreams - or at least to make a living.
New York Times
A Chorus Line is on tour and hits the Peabody Opera Housein Saint Louis, MO, Ended 23 Mar 2013.
Broadway gypsies bare their souls and put their lives "on the line" as they audition for an unnamed Broadway musical. The 1975 show won the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award for Best Musical. The score includes 'What I Did for Love', 'The Music and the Mirror', 'At the Ballet' and 'Dance Ten, Looks Three'.
In an empty theatre, on a bare stage, casting for a new Broadway musical is almost complete. The field's been narrowed down to just 17 dancers. For these men and women, this audition is the chance of a lifetime. It’s what they've worked for - with every drop of sweat, every hour of training, every day of their lives. It's the one opportunity to do what they've always dreamed of. Not to be the star, but to get the job … to have the chance to dance and come through.
But before the final cut is made, the director Zach asks each of them to talk about themselves. He starts by asking their name, age, hometown and reason for being a dancer. But Zach wants more than just their resumes. He wants to know about their families, friends, lovers, ambitions and careers. One by one, they come forward. Some are shy or reluctant, while others are more than happy to reveal their innermost thoughts. From funny to heartbreaking, these 17 dancers share with us the stories of their lives. They put themselves on the line to get a job on the line. And when they’re done, so is the audition. And the final chorus line of 8 dancers is chosen.
Opening night: 21 March 2013
Closing night: 23 March 2013
Suitable for ages 13 upwards - contains moderate language and adult themes.
Two hours with no intermission.
3 reviews, average rating: (1.7 Stars)
This is the sixth time I've seen this play: first in New York, 1977; twic... more
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