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Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour

The 2010-2011 National Tour of A CHORUS LINE had a very special audience member on Saturday, November 6: original star Donna McKechnie. McKechnie, who created the role of "Cassie" in the original Broadway production, was in South Bend, IN for the weekend performing her acclaimed solo show "My Musical Comedy Life."

In A CHORUS LINE, Broadway gypsies bare their souls and put their lives "on the line" as they audition for an unnamed Broadway musical. The 1975 show won the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award for Best Musical. The score includes "What I Did for Love," "The Music and the Mirror," "At the Ballet" and "Dance Ten, Looks Three."

For more information about McKechnie, visit www.donnamckechnie.com and to learn about upcoming A CHORUS LINE tour dates, visit www.achorusline.com.

Photo credit: Jack Stephens

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
Rylyn Juliano and Donna McKechnie

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
The Company of A Chorus Line with Donna McKechnie and Associate Choreographer Luis Villabon

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
The Company of A Chorus Line with Donna McKechnie and Associate Choreographer Luis Villabon

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
Donna McKechnie and Mickey Junior-Ayer

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
Emily Rice and Donna McKechnie

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
Hardy Weaver, Donna McKechnie and Julia Freyer

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
Ashley Klinger, Donna McKechnie and Chelsea Swanderski

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
Cassandra Hlong and Donna McKechnie

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
David Grindrod and Donna McKechnie

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour
Jack Stephens, Donna McKechnie and Luis Villabon

Photo Flash: Donna McKechnie Visits A CHORUS LINE Nat'l Tour



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