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A Chorus Line: Not A Typical Backdoor Theatre Musical

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Backdoor Theatre's presentation of A Chorus Line will open Friday. 

A Chorus Line was the longest-running Broadway musical originally produced in the United States until August 2011.  It is a stunning musical-verite about a chorus audition for a Broadway musical. 

It tells of the achingly poignant ambitions of professional Broadway gypsies to land a job in the show, and is a powerful metaphor for all human aspiration. It is a brilliantly complex fusion of dance, song, and compellingly authentic drama.

Show dates:

October 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27

Thursdays: 7:30 p.m. 

Fridays and Saturdays: at 8 p.m.

Tickets:

$14- $17

$2-discount - Military, Student, Seniors 55+

$10- Youth Tickets for 10 years old, and younger (this price is for show only and youth appropriate shows only. Not available for all productions)

$17- At Door Tickets

This show contains adult language and adult themes, and may not be appropriate for younger audiences. 

For more information, go to www.backdoortheatre.org

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