Set in a spacious apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, this play explores the inner passions and beliefs of five Americans from different cultures. The play explores how the beliefs we learn from infancy are buried inside our adult selves. Ultimately, we are who we are. We can run, but not hide from what we have been taught. We act on our values in spite of ourselves, and when confronted with opposing beliefs, we clash, and that is how wars begin. Intense and mesmerizing, this story doesn’t just unravel; it explodes on the stage. Winner of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize. Adult themes and language.
A Chorus Line
by Marvin Hamlisch (music), lyrics by Edward Kleban and book by James Kirkwood, Jr. and Nicholas Dante
Climaxing the season with glittering spectacle, this musical play tells the story of aspiring dancers. Each one hopes that talent and drive will make him or her a star. An exacting director, Zach, seeks to put together a dance team of the best dancers for his show. Personal stories of hope and loss reveal the lives of the dancers off the stage and shine a light on the reality behind their performances. Great dancing and powerful drama combine to make this final play of our season a must-see triumph. Winner of Nine Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize.