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A Chorus Line

Do you keep up with “American Idol” or “America’s Got Talent?” Pop culture is fascinated with how the casting process is realized—and this show started the craze. You may ask, “Why would I want to see that show again? I saw the tour. I saw it on Broadway. I saw the movie.” And the answer is: because you have always seen it done the same way…until now. Since it arrived on Broadway, this show has been recreated time and time again in spectacular productions around the world. But it has never been reinvented for today’s audience. Every production duplicates the original choreography and environment. Not for us. We will be starting from scratch. Artistic Director Marc Robin will direct and choreograph. “This is a hugely personal show for me,” says Marc. “It represents the story of my own life. I can’t wait to share my vision of it for Fulton audiences. It’s the same script, the same characters and same story; but told a whole new way.”

“It may just be better than the original…this production is a sensation!” –Broadway World.com

A Chorus Line

Conceived and Originally Directed and Choreographed by Michael Bennett
Book by James Kirkwood & Nicholas Dante
Music by Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics by Edward Kleban

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Note: this calendar shows only performances of this production. To see the full calendar of Fulton events, click here.

Important Dates:

  • March 12: Pay-What-You-Want Preview
  • March 13: Fig Preview Night w/ pre-show reception
  • March 14: Opening Night
  • March 21: Thirsty for History Night
  • March 22: Wine Tasting Night
  • March 23: ASL/Open Caption/Audio Description matinee
  • March 26: Open Caption/Audio Description
  • March 27: Asides Pre-Show Presentation (evening only)
  • March 30: Final Performance

The Fulton Theatre’s Marc Robin envisions a bold new take on A Chorus Line

(Lancaster, PA)  The Fulton Theatre continues its 2012/2013 season with a newly refreshed production of A Chorus Line, directed and choreographed by the Fulton’s Artistic Director, Marc Robin. The production is a departure from what audiences may already be familiar with—the original staging and choreography by the show’s creator, Michael Bennett. Featuring brand new choreography, Robin envisions a fresh take on the production. “This is a hugely personal show for me,” says Marc. “It represents the story of my own life. I can’t wait to share my vision of it for Fulton audiences. It’s the same script, the same characters and same story; but told a whole new way.”

Jessica Lee Goldyn (Broadway: A Chorus Line, Off B’way: On the Town, numerous regional credits) makes her Fulton debut in the iconic role of Cassie. Nathaniel Shaw returns to the Fulton in the role of Zach (Fulton: Curly in Oklahoma; numerous regional credits; Artistic Director of The Active Theater).

Also featured in the production are Kristy Cavanaugh as Val (Fulton debut; Nat’l tour: 101 DalmationsCATS, Joseph...Dreamcoat); Kevin Curtis as Richie (Nat’l tour: A Chorus Line; Paper Mill Playhouse, Alabama Shakespeare Festival); Laurel Haitoff in the ensemble (regional theatre debut; sophomore at Franklin & Marshall College); Gabriel Malo as Paul (Fulton debut; Brazil: HairsprayWest Side Story), Lauralyn McClelland as Sheila (Fulton debut; Broadway: Rock of Ages, West Side Story, Grease; City Center Encores’ Fiorello!); Cary Michele Miller as Maggie (Fulton: Hairspray, Gypsy, Into the Woods; Broadway: Saturday Night Fever); Marisa Rivera as Morales (Fulton: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Sound of Music, The Little Mermaid); Robbie Roby as Mike (Fulton debut; Broadway: Billy Elliott, Hairspray; Nat’l tour: Spamalot, Fiddler on the Roof); Cody Smith as Larry (Fulton: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Hello Dolly!, Brigadoon; NYC: Radio City Christmas Spectacular); Todd Allen Walker as Bobby (Fulton debut; Radio City Christmas Spectacular; numerous regional).

The cast also features Joey Abramowicz, Alexander Aguilar, Mallory Butcher, Lauren Cafrelli, Warren Curtis, Jennifer Flohr, Kory Geller, Isaiah Harold, Norman Howard, Shannon Howard, Chloe Hurst, Matt Josbena, Yurina Kutsukake, Alex Pepper and Jenny Piersol.

The Music Director is Aaron McAllister, Assistant Director/Choreographer is Samantha Hewes, with scenic design by William Mohney, lighting designed by Paul Black and costumes designed by Anthony Lascoskie, Jr.

A Chorus Line runs from March 12th to March 30th (note: no performance on Easter.) Regular ticket prices range from $20–$65 and are available through the Fulton Box Office at 717-397-7425 or online at www.thefulton.org.

Browse the program for A Chorus Line and Anne of Green Gables below:

A Preview of Fulton Theatre’s A Chorus Line.

 

Watch the :30 TV commercial for A Chorus Line.

 

Check out LancasterOnline’s excellent feature on Marc Robin’s vision of A Chorus Line.

 

To read Jane Holahan’s full article, click here.