A CHORUS LINE

March 2012

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Lori..............................................Kate Guthrie
Bebe.............................................Kate Johnson
Maggie.........................................Kiernan Rushford
Zach.............................................Luis Manzi
Kristine & Al ...............................Mark & Monica Gagnon
Greg.............................................Michael  Holt
Don..............................................Owen Hayden
Mark............................................Rob Miller
Connie.........................................Tina Clark
Ensemble.....................................Alex Rubin, Andrea Donabed, Jenna Rud, Laura Markis 

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Sheila............................................Aileen Terzi
Cassie...........................................Amy Meek
Paul..............................................Arnaldo Rivera
Roy...............................................Brandon Roy
Lois...............................................Cassie Cloutier
Tricia............................................Darlene Cloutier
Morales........................................Diane Fauteux
Richie...........................................Gregorio Malonte
Val................................................Jami Wilson
Vicki.............................................Jeanne Wysocki
Judy Turner.................................Jennifer Jyringi
Frank...........................................John Flynn
Bobby..........................................John Woytowicz

Mike............................................Josiah Durham

A Chorus Line examines one day in the lives of seventeen dancers, all vying for a spot in the “chorus line” of a Broadway musical. After the first round of cuts, Zach, the director and choreographer, asks each dancer to speak about themselves. Discomfort opens into revelation, confession leads to redemption, and within the bright, outwardly homogenous chorus, the audience begins to see each dancer’s individuality. From Cassie, the star who just needs the “music and the mirror and the chance to dance,” to Val, a small-town girl with a brand-new big-town body, to Mike, who took his sister’s place in dance class, saying “I can do that.” Based on real Broadway dancers’ stories, as told to fellow dancer and choreographer Michael Bennett, A Chorus Line is funny, heartbreaking, and refreshingly honest.