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Transcendence Theatre Company opens 2019 “Broadway Under the Stars” Season


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Pictured is Kristin Piro featured in the role of Cassie in the 2019 Transcendence Theatre Company production of “A Chorus Line,” Photo by theDRGimage


SONOMA, CA. ~ It’s Broad- way in Wine Country when Transcendence Theatre Com- pany opens its 2019 “Broad- way Under the Stars” summer season with “A Chorus Line,” featuring a cast of Broadway and touring professionals per- forming the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winning music in an outdoor production at Jack London State Historic Park in Sonoma County, Calif. Evening performances of “A Chorus Line” are presented on weekends from June 14 to June 30, 2019.


award-winning


After seven seasons of Broadway


concerts presented in Wine Country, this production


of


“A Chorus Line” marks Tran- scendence Theatre Company’s first Broadway musical pre- sentation as part of its annual “Broadway Under the Stars” season. “A Chorus Line” is directed by Amy Miller, with


choreography and associate direction by Jim Cooney and musical direction by Daniel Weidlein. Transcendence


Company announces the cast will feature Kristin Piro (An American in Paris, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) playing the role of Cassie Ferguson; Matthew Rossoff (Jesus Christ Superstar) as Zach; Natalie Gallo (Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!) as Di- ana Morales; and Alicia L. Albright (Frozen, Wicked) as Val Clark.


choreographed


Conceived, directed and by Michael


Bennett, “A Chorus Line” features


music by Marvin


Hamlisch; lyrics by Edward Kleban; book by James Kirk- wood Jr. and Nicholas Dante; and additional choreography by Bob Avian. “A Chorus Line” pairs iconic and emo-


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