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A Chorus Line

Patti D’Beck was in the original dance company and now is the choreographer of the Pioneer Theatre Company’s version of the show.


Performances:

SEPTEMBER 25 – OCTOBER 10

Mon – Thu, 7:30 p.m.; Fri & Sat, 8: 00 pm.;

Sat. Matinees held at either 1:30 or 2:00 p.m.

Pioneer Theatre Company performs at the Simmons
Pioneer Memorial Theatre

300 South 1400 East, on the University of Utah campus

Ticket prices:$30-$49

www.pioneertheatre.org

• A Chorus Line first debuted on Broadway in 1975, winning nine Tony Awards, and in 1976, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

• Was the longest running Broadway show at the time, and today holds the record as the fourth longest running show ever.

• The first time PTC produced A Chorus Line (1986) it was considered controversial and many people walked out during the signature number “Dance 10; Looks 3” (original title: “Tits and Ass”)

• Key musical numbers from A Chorus Line include:

o “I Hope I Get It” – Zach, Paul and Company

o “I Can Do That” – Mike

o “At the Ballet” – Sheila, Bebe and Maggie

o “Dance: Ten; Looks: Three” – Val

o “The Music and the Mirror” – Cassie

o “What I Did for Love” – Diana and Company

o “One” – Company


For more information, visit www.pioneertheatre.org .

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