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Why see A Chorus Line?

One singular sensation!

A Chorus Line shines a light on the ensemble; the fear, struggle and emotion that is behind every anonymous face in the crowd. Through a mixture of dramatic performance and a confessional score, 17 dancers audition for a show, some looking for their big break, just a job, or their very last chance. Running for 15 years on Broadway, it is an iconic piece of American musical theatre that never fails to disappoint with its exhilarating and inspiring celebration of what it is to really chase your dreams.

Opening on Broadway in 1975, A Chorus Line was created when choreographer and director Michael Bennett joined a project that asked the dancers of the ensemble about their lives. Seeing that experiences would make a great musical, they began to create the show. Even before opening night, there was a huge buzz about this show, proved by its phenomenal success! A wonderfully fresh piece of theatre, it went on to win 8 Tony Award and A Pulitzer Prize for drama and still delights audiences worldwide to this day.

Key Information


Contains some adult references.

Run Time

One hour and 55 minutes


Apr 26 - May 5


Customer reviews

Richard Smith

It truly is a singular sensation

from beginning to the end I was enthralled by the talent being shared. The cast brought the audience on a journey of hope, fear and passion. Each cast member created a believable characters who you wanted to get the job. I"m a Londoner and see many performers and I would pay double to see this cast in the Westend. This show should be a sell.out. Get your tickets now. X ... Read more

Tracy Moon

As good as I remember it when it was on Braodway

I wasn't expecting the show to be as good as I remembered it, but it was. I even liked the smaller, more intimate stage and staging, I was able to see and hear everything better than in a large venue. Amazing dancing and singing and (except for one solo in the middle which went a little long) - not a boring minute. Highly recommend (which is saying a lot for 2 hours, no intermission!) ... Read more

Kimberly DiMiceli Blanton

Timeless and personal

At once 70s in NYC and a timeless insight into these dancers' lives. Intimate and personal. I loved every minute! Still fresh, unique, and touching! ... Read more

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