A Chorus Line
Winner of nine Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize, this landmark musical has electrified audiences around the world. In an empty theatre, on a bare stage, casting for a new Broadway musical is almost complete. For seventeen dancers, this audition is the chance of a lifetime. It's what they've worked for with every drop of sweat and every hour of training. These Broadway gypsies put their lives on the line for the opportunity to do what they've always dreamed of doing: to dance. The incomparable score by Marvin Hamlisch and Edward Kleban includes What I Did for Love, One, Nothing and Dance Ten, Looks Three. You won't want to miss this singular sensation! (Adult Themes, Situations, Language)
"The conservative word for A Chorus Line might be tremendous,
or perhaps terrific."
- New York Times
Cassie - SARAH ADAMS
Diana - KRIS ALLEMANG
Val - KELLY DOMINIQUE
Lori - JILLIAN GAMBINO
Paul - JUSTIN GARASCIA
Maggie - TAMSEN GLASER
Tricia - HANNAH HOMNICK
Al - KEN HOLDA
Bebe - MARY MCNINCH
Kristine - MARIE KUTZ-MARKS
Mark - NICHOLAS MUMMA
Greg - LONNIE POUPARD, JR.
Lois - ASHLEY ELIZABETH RAFFERTY
Mike - MARCUS RINGVELSKI
Sheila - BRIGETTE MORRISON SITARSKI
Zach - SCOTT D. SZUREK
Bobby - ASHLEIGH AARON TILLMAN
Richie - DWIGHT TRICE, JR.
Roy - THOMAS WRIGHT
Directed by - MORRIE ENDERS
Musical Director - CYNTHIA HUNTER
Choreographer - ELIZABETH HUGHEY
Scenic Designer - DAVID KYHN
Lighting/SFX Designer - REBECCA JEFFORDS
Sound Designer - GEORGE ERIC PERRY
Costume/Hair/Makeup Designer - NICOLE PECKENS
Technical Director - PHILLIP A. MILLER
Properties Master - STACY BARTELL
Stage Manager - ROGER W. BURLEIGH
September 19 - October 5, 2008
The Civic Auditorium
329 South Park St.
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
All performances in the Civic Auditorium feature reserved seating. Doors open 30 minutes prior to each performance. View Seating Chart.
Available after 6pm in the Civic parking lot at the northeast corner of Lovell and Park Streets. There is additional parking behind the Carver Center. Street parking is available after 5pm.
Photos courtesy of Fred Western