A Chorus Line Tickets
A Chorus Line London Tickets
Seventeen stories. Eight chances. One singular sensation.
New York City. 1975. On an empty Broadway stage, seventeen performers find themselves in the throes of a rigorous audition for a groundbreaking new musical, knowing that only eight will emerge victorious. A Chorus Line is a musical masterpiece that revolutionised Broadway, with creator Michael Bennett using real-life testimonies from late-night recording sessions with dancers. This production pays homage to the often-overlooked heroes of the theater, sharing poignant tales of ambition, shattered aspirations, and the true sacrifices required to pursue one's dreams.
We, the audience, are able to get a front-row seat on all the action. This show-stopping musical has received critical and audience acclaim since its debut, and the result is a celebration of the American Musical itself. A Chorus Line tickets are dancing over to Sadler's Wells London, sign up for access now!
More About A Chorus Line
Nicholas Dante and James Kirkwood Jr.’s A Chorus Line premiered in 1975 on Broadway, paying tribute to the talented performers backstage who step up to audition for their dreams.
A Chorus Line takes the audience behind the scenes of a Broadway audition. It follows the journey of a group of aspiring dancers who are auditioning for roles in a chorus line of a new musical. The show is structured as an audition process, with the dancers sharing their personal stories, hopes, dreams, and vulnerabilities with the director and choreographer.
Throughout the musical, the characters reveal their backgrounds, experiences, and the reasons why they have chosen a life in the theatre. The audience gets to know each character intimately, from the confident and sassy Sheila to the shy and introspective Paul. The central character, Cassie, is a former Broadway star who has returned to audition for a chorus role.
A Chorus Line features iconic songs including 'One, I Hope I Get It', 'Nothing' and the hit ballad 'What I Did For Love'.
Praise For A Chorus Line
- ‘World class’ - The Telegraph.
- ‘Irresistible’ - The Guardian.
- ‘Genius’ - The Times.
- ‘Supremely slick’ - The Independent.
- ‘Vivacious’ - The Stage.
- ‘Winning revival’ - The Observer.
- ‘It dazzles’ - Daily Mail.
A Chorus Line London Cast & Creatives
- Zach - Adam Cooper
- Cassie - Carly Mercedes Dyer
Additional casting details will be revealed later.
- Conceived & Originally Directed & Choreographed by - Michael Bennett
- Book - James Kirkwood & Nicholas Dante
- Music - Marvin Hamlisch
- Lyrics - Edward Kleban
- Co-choreographed by - Bob Avian
- Director - Nikolai Foster
- Choreographer - Ellen Kane
- Set Designer - Grace Smart
- Costume Designer - Edd Lindley
- Lighting Designer - Howard Hudson
- Sound Designer - Tom Marshall
News / New Shows + Transfers
A Chorus Line is returning to London
The classic musical A Chorus Line will be toe-tapping its away across the UK when it goes on tour in 2024. The sensational production returns to the stage at Curve from June 28th to July 13th, and then for a sizzling summer run at Sadler's Wells from July 31st to August 25th. Stay tuned, as tickets are coming soon…the dance floor awaits!
19 Sep, 2023 | By Kevin Thomas
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Gossip: Kerry Katona's casting as Marilyn divides the public
Popstar-turned reality tv star Kerry Katona has had her share of ups and downs, will a well publicised meltdown and substance abuse at her lows. Last week it was announced that she had been cast as legendary movie star and icon, Marilyn Monroe, in an upcoming musical about the star. Critics were quick to bash the announcement as 'stunt casting', so we went to our Twitter followers to get their view.
31 Jul, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
A Chorus Line at the London Palladium closes early
Producers of A Chorus Line have announced that the performance at the London Palladium will close early, on August 31st 2013.
24 Jun, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
Gossip: Harry Hill musical I Can't Sing! to open next year
Hot on the heels of today's long-dragged-out confirmation of this year's X Factor UK judging panel comes the X Factor musical. Tongue-in-cheek show I Can't Sing! has been written by comedian Harry Hill, who also co-wrote the show's lyrics with Steve Brown. Brown has written the music for the production. “We are thrilled to be bringing this all-singing, all-dancing, mickey-taking spectacular to the home of entertainment itself, the London Palladium” the two announced today.
22 May, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
GOSSIP: The public have spoken - shows you want back the West End!
Some shows pop in and out of the West End on a seemingly regular basis over the years, while others have their runs cut short due to disappointing sales, but are still remembered fondly by those who saw them. Then there are the high calibre plays with star-billing that seem to sell out within minutes but cannot extend due to the lead's other commitments. We asked our Twitter followers which shows they wanted back in the West End...and they spoke!
24 Apr, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
News / Casting
Life imitates art as cast members for A Chorus Line are chosen from open auditions
In addition to the previously announced Scarlet Strallen, John Partridge, Leigh Zimmerman and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt, new names have been revealed to make up the cast of the upcoming revival of A Chorus Line. In a move that reflects the basic story of the show itself, auditions were set up to find additional cast members which resulted in Marc Leslie and Alice Jane Murray being chosen from 2000 hopefuls.
10 Jan, 2013 | By London Theatre Direct
5 West End Musicals You Cannot Afford To Miss In 2013
Next year is a very exciting year for London theatre and the West End with the arrival and revival of so many great musicals which are sure to be massive hits. Read on to find out more about the 5 West End musicals you cannot afford to miss in 2013.
22 Oct, 2012 | By London Theatre Direct
A Chorus Line to be revived at the London Palladium
For the first time since originally opening in London in 1976 and winning the Olivier Award for Best Musical, a full London revival of the Broadway Production of A Chorus Line will be staged at the London Palladium from February 2nd 2013, with a press night on Tuesday February 19th. The season will be strictly limited, running through until June 29th.
7 Sep, 2012 | By London Theatre Direct