Concord Theatricals is celebrating the 50th anniversary of A Chorus Line and the 80th anniversary of its late composer Marvin Hamlisch’s birth with a special competition that will award free licenses of the musical’s Teen Edition to 10 schools in low-income communities. One Singular Sensation: A Chorus Line Licensing Competition is open to all U.S. high schools, with Title 1 and other under-resourced schools especially encouraged to enter.
Schools entering are asked to complete a written application that includes an essay on the prompt: “What makes your students singular sensations?” Video entries can optionally be included as well. Winners will be chosen based on a variety of factors, including financial need and answer creativity, with selected schools receiving a three-performance licensing package and all rental materials free of charge. Applications are being accepted through February 12, with winning performances required to be scheduled between June 2024 and December 2025.
Visit ConcordTheatricals.com for more details!
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