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The longest running show in Broadway history. 17 dancers embark on an inspirational journey; only 8 will make it into the Chorus Line. From the celebrated opening number to the unforgettable finale, their stories of elation and disappointment are told with humour, pathos and Broadway pizzazz.Performers John Partridge (Zach), Scarlett Strallen (Cassie), Leigh Zimmerman (Sheila), Victoria Hamilton-Barritt (Diana), Lucy Adcock (Judy), Georgie Ashford (Trisha), Ed Currie (Bobby), Frances Dee (Kristine), Segun Fawole (Butch), Harry Francis (Mark), Simon Hardwick (Al), Rebecca Herszenhon (Val), James T Lane (Richie), Marc Leslie (Roy), Vicki Lee Taylor (Maggie), Daisy Maywood (Bebe), Alice Jane Murray (Lois), Alastair Postlethwaite (Larry), Andy Rees (Greg), Adam Salter (Mike), Alexzandra Sarmiento (Connie), Michael Steedon (Tom), Gary Watson (Don), Gary Wood (Paul), Rebecca Giocopazzi, Genevieve Nicole, Ashley Nottingham.
Author Michael Bennett. Book by James Kirkwood. Music Marvin Hamlisch. Lyrics Ed Kleban. Producer Mark Goucher. Producer Adam Kenwright. Producer ACT Productions. Producer Tim Lawson. Producer Daniel Sparrow. Producer MIke Walsh Productions. Director Bob Avian. Choreographer Michael Bennett (original direction and choreography).
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