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SPRING GUIDE #3 ARTS & CULTURE “Broadway Under the Stars”...continued from page 19


tionally-evocative songs with the personal stories of 17 Broadway dancers baring their hearts and souls at a Broadway audition. The


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passion and loss described through the intimate stories of a diverse group of characters as they compete for their shot on the line. “A Chorus Line” was conceived in 1974 during workshop sessions attended by several Broadway dancers, including eight dancers who appeared in the original cast. Early workshops were hosted by dancers Michon Peacock and Tony Stevens until a young, up and coming Broadway director and cho- reographer, Michael Bennett, was invited as an observer. Eventually Bennett took full control of the workshops and development of the show. Serving as director and co-choreographer with Bob


Avian, Bennett ushered “A


Chorus Line” to its Off-Broad- way debut at The Public The- ater in April of 1975 and then to its Broadway opening July 25, 1975 at the Shubert The- atre. With critical praise and record-breaking box office sales, the musical was hon- ored with nine Tony Awards and received the 1976 Pulit- zer Prize for Drama. When it closed in 1990, “A Chorus Line” achieved the milestone as the longest running Broad- way show in history. Featuring Broadway and na- touring professionals,


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