ROANOKE, VA. Mill Mountain Theatre presented: A CHORUS LINE. The performances ran from Apr 25 to May 13, 2018.
FOR THE RECORD:
THANK YOU MILL MOUNTAIN THEATRE & ROANOKE VA!
Mill Mountain Theatre proudly presented the Award-Winning Musical A CHORUS LINE on the Trinkle MainStage April 25th — May 13th. With music by Marvin Hamlisch, Lyrics by Edward Kleban, and a book by James Kirkwood Jr & Nicholas Dante, A Chorus Line tells the personal stories of 17 dancers auditioning for 8 spots in the chorus of a new Broadway musical
Through epic song and dance, the performers describe the families, jobs, and tough times that shaped their lives and careers. Set on a bare stage, audiences will get a glimpse of what it’s like to be a performer trying to make it on Broadway.
A Chorus Line made its groundbreaking debut on the great white way in 1975 and Broadway has never been the same. A Chorus Line had a record-breaking run of fifteen years and 6,137 performances at the Shubert Theater. The original production was nominated for twelve Tony-Awards, winning nine including Best Musical, and received the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It remains the sixth longest-running Broadway show in history
The cast of Mill Mountain Theatre’s A Chorus Line featured Stevie Bovo (Al), Sam Brackley (Paul), Chloe Cannon (Vicki), Nathan Derrico (Frank), David Foster (Larry), Mary Hannah Garber (Val), Andrew Gleckler (Mark), Kristin Guerin (Sheila), Lawrence Hailes (Richie), Tyler Jimenez (Greg), Guy Mannick* (Mike), Lizzie Markson (Diana / Dance Captain), Caitlin McAvoy (Bebe), Diane Meck (Connie), Niklaus Miller (Bobby), Hamilton Moore (Zach), Caitie Moss (Kristine), Lizz Picini* (Cassie), Lyndsay Ricketson (Maggie), Cameron Reynolds (Roy), Megan Tatum (Judy), Cathleen Turner (Vicki U/S Val), and Richard Westfahl (Don).
The creative team of A Chorus Line featured Alicia Varcoe (Director), Kristen Brooks Sandler (Choreographer), Seth Davis (Music Director), Ginger Poole (Producing Artistic Director), Sammy Brown* (Stage Manager), Jimmy Ray Ward (Scenic Designer), William Webb (Lighting Designer), Sera Bourgeau (Costume Designer), Matthew Shields (Props Designer), Ayme Gierchak (Sound Designer), and Jessica Humke (Assistant Stage Manager).
*Sammy Brown, Guy Mannick, and Lizz Picini appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
Visit Mill Mountain Theatre for other great performances!
VIDEO: Song “What I Did For Love.” — From the Musical A CHORUS LINE. Rendition by the great Sammy Davis Jr. (With Marvin Hamlisch, the composer of the Musical A Chorus Line, at the Piano) — Cheers Roanoke!