For the 40th anniversary of its Broadway debut, The Secret Theatre presents this classic story of chorus dancers auditioning for a shot at their dreams. More…
Winner of the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 1976 Tony Award for Best Musical, this production celebrates the play's 40th anniversary. Broadway director Zach oversees auditions for chorus roles in a Broadway musical. To narrow down the finalists, and get to know the dancers, Zach asks that each shares something about their past. The performers, including Cassie, with whom Zach shares a past, open up about their lives and passions, but never lose track of their aim: to book the job.
See it if It's a little dated but the music is wonderful and the story line is appealing.
Don't see it if you are under 18. I think it is an adult show.
See it if you have any interest at all in what happens to be chosen for a chorus line in any musical.
Don't see it if you don't like them making jokes about parts of the body such as boobs and butts.
See it if You love musicals with some comedy. It has adult language and content in it. The acting in this show is phenomenal and totally worth seeing.
Don't see it if If you're not a big fan of musicals or shows about auditions, then A Chorus Line is not for you. Or if you're not a fan of adult content.
See it if I saw A Chorus Line when it first opened on Broadway and loved it. I Saw every revival of it and the final night of last revival on bway
Don't see it if No reason not to see it
See it if The story was classic.and gives one pause,as to why actors,dancers,singers,go thru training,and disappointments,to become a" One".
Don't see it if You do not appreciate musicals,or an off beat story line.If you would open your mind,you might have one of the most amazing evenings ever!