A CHORUS LINE dances its way back in to London

Geoids Musical Theatre have announced a new production of the iconic musical A Chorus Line which comes to London for a limited run at the Bridewell Theatre from 18 to 23 July 2017.

Set in a Broadway theatre during auditions for a musical, A Chorus Line focuses on the performers hoping to make the cut. Based on true stories, A Chorus Line revolutionised Broadway, becoming the longest running musical in New York theatre history, breaking records, winning nine Tony Awards, seven Drama Desk Awards, the New York Critics’ Circle Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Boasting such classics as “One (Singular Sensation)”, “What I Did For Love” and “At The Ballet”, A Chorus Line is an iconic musical masterpiece.

The production is directed by Dominic O’Hanlon, with choreography by Becky East and musical direction by Ed Curry.

Geoids Musical Theatre have recently been represented in London with productions of My Fair Lady, On the Twentieth Century, Hair, Sweet Charity, and the Central London amateur premiere of Sunset Boulevard, which ran at the Bridewell Theatre in October 2015.

The cast includes: Michael Stacey (Zach), Ricardo Castro (Paul), Vanessa Forte (Cassie), Eliza Jackson (Diana), David Meany (Greg), Olivier Namet (Bobby), Kate Winney (Val), Jensen Tudtud (Mark), Paul Brookland Williams (Don), Tom Leonard (Mike), Kaleel Anwar (Al), Vaughan Watts (Kristine), Hannah Parker Smith (Judy), Corin Miller (Sheila), Nathalie Joel-Smith (Bebe), Carrie Wilson (Maggie) and Charlie Welch (Connie).