A Chorus Line
From: Thursday, 29th April 2010
To: Saturday, 8 May 2010
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The longest running show in Broadway history. 17 dancers embark on an inspirational journey; only 8 will make it into the Chorus Line. From the celebrated opening number to the unforgettable finale, their stories of elation and disappointment are told with humour, pathos and Broadway pizzazz.
1 May 2010
A Chorus Line is held up as one of the musical greats on Broadway. The original production ran for an incredible 6,137 performances, and is very much a staple of American musicals but this new production at The Lowry directed by Simon Rawlings and produced by Pele Productions shows that the show's themes of ambition, drive, determination and sometimes failure are universal.
I was excited to see this production, because as a fan of the show, I have fond memories of the revival on Broadway. Happily I can report that this new production does not disappoint. The story of course is simple, a group of dancers audition to be a part of the chorus in a new Broadway show. During this process, each are asked to reveal who they really are. Yes, the story really is that straightforward, but it’s this simplicity that makes A Chorus Line so timeless and appealing. There are no flashy sets and no gimmi...
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Linda - 7 May 2010:
There is no way anyone could seriously give this show 1 star, because it is too good! There are a few areas, where improvements could possibly be made, but overall it is an entertaining, enjoyable, extremely well danced , acted and sung production. Many numbers deserving 5 stars. Well done Pele, the orchestra and all the cast. ...