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Metropolis Performing Arts Centre Presents A CHORUS LINE

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Metropolis Performing Arts Centre Presents A CHORUS LINE Metropolis presents nine time Tony Award-winning dance musical A Chorus Line September 20 - November 3, 2018.

A stunning theatrical classic that captures the spirit and tension of a Broadway audition. Exploring the lives and poignant ambitions of professional chorus dancers; those overly dedicated, underpaid, highly trained performers. A Chorus Line takes the audience through the final grueling audition for a new Broadway musical. The show features one powerhouse number after another including "What I Did for Love," "One," "I Can Do That," "At the Ballet," "The Music and the Mirror," and "I Hope I Get It." Song, dance, and compellingly authentic drama are fused brilliantly in this nine time Tony Award winner. A Chorus Line captivates heartstrings until the final casting choices are made and the question of why we do anything of value is answered: for love. Rated R.

Preview performances of A Chorus Line at Metropolis are September 20-23, 2018. Regular run performances are September 27 - November 3, 2018. Specific dates and times are listed below. Tickets are $35 for previews and $40 for regular run shows and can be purchased online at MetropolisArts.com or by visiting or calling the Box Office at 847.577.2121.

Metropolis' cast for A Chorus Line includes Jordan Beyeler (Kristine), Chih-Jou Cheng (Connie), Lars Ebsworth (Butch), Sabrina Edwards (Judy), Madelyne Forrester (Tricia), Colin Funk (Frank), Hannah Griffith (Vicki), Luke Halpern (Paul), Dan Hamman (Al), Sara Haverty (Bebe), Daniel Hurst (Mike), Joseph Kuchey (Greg), Brian Kulaga (Zach), Ivory Leonard IV (Richie), Ben F. Locke (Mark), Conor McGarry (Tom), Jessica Miret (Diana), MollyAnne Nunn (Val), Casiena Raether (Cassie), Kara Schoenhofer (Shelia), Nick Schrier (Larry), Lance Spencer (Bobby), Laura Sportiello (Maggie), Thomas E. Squires (Roy), Kaleb Van Rijswijck (Don), and Amanda Zgonina (Lois).

A Chorus Line has a Book by James Kirkwood & Nicholas Dante, Music by Marvin Hamlisch, and Lyrics by Edward Kleban. Directed by Robin M. Hughes, Choreographed by Christie Kerr, Music Directed by Kenneth McMullen. Designers are Marc Beth (Sound Designer), Shane Cinal (Properties Designer), Rachel S. Parent (Costume Designer), Christopher Rhoton (Scenic Designer), Kerry Strahm (Technical Director), and Michael Wagner (Lighting Designer). Metropolis Executive/Artistic Director is Joe Keefe. Metropolis Production Manager is William A. Franz, Assistant Production Manager is Sarah Elizabeth Buto.

A Chorus Line is the first show of the 2018-2019 Main Stage Subscription Series at Metropolis, bringing first class entertainment to the northwest suburbs. Other upcoming shows in the Subscription Series at Metropolis include Agatha Christie's long-running murder mystery The Mousetrap (January 31 - March 16, 2019), Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award-winning musical farce A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (May 16 - June 29, 2019), and biographical rock & roll musical Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story (July 18 - August 24, 2019).

Become a Subscriber and see all 4 shows and save over 30% off the single ticket price ($27.50 per show), or choose Flex and select 3 shows and save 25% or more from the single ticket price ($30.00 per show).

The 2018-2019 Subscription Series Sponsor is Arlington International Racecourse. Supporting Sponsors for A Chorus Line are Peggy Kinnane's Irish Restaurant & Pub and Suburban Accents, Inc. Metropolis thanks its media partner Tribune Media Group. Metropolis is partially supported by grants from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, Ecolab Foundation, and the Aileen S. Andrew Foundation.

Metropolis is located in the heart of Chicago's northwest suburbs in downtown Arlington Heights at the intersection of Campbell and Vail Avenue (111 West Campbell Street). Street parking is available. Free parking is available in the public garage behind the theatre. For more information about Metropolis and a complete performance schedule, visit MetropolisArts.com or call the Box Office at 847.577.2121.


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