Hopeful dancers congregate at a cattle call audition for an unidentified Broadway show. The director Zach, whittles down the applicants in a gruelling audition process that taxes them physically and emotionally. Sixteen dancers are asked to put their lives on the line. They tell stories comic and tragic, ultimately revealing who they truly are and what it is ‘they did for love’. But Zach can only choose the best for his show.
A Chorus Line is the 1976 Pulitzer Prize recipient for Drama and the musical that re-invented the form.
Originally Directed by Michael Bennett for the Broadway stage.
Music Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics Edward Kleban
Book James Kirkwood Jnr and Nicholas Dante
Director/Choreographer Aaron Farley
Designer Anna Gardiner
Musical Director Nigel Ubrihien
Lighting Designer Eddi Goodfellow
Producer Peter Eyers