Cape Gazette

Cape High players bring 'A Chorus Line' to stage

Theater students produce musical about Broadway auditions.
By Molly MacMillan | Apr 17, 2013
Photo by: Molly MacMillan The cast of "A Chorus Line," including (l-r) Richard Sommerfield, Taylor Capozzoli, Taylor Fisher, Gianna Abboud and Emily Stanton, runs through final rehearsals.

Drama students at Cape High are bringing a spring production, the Marvin Hamlisch musical, "A Chorus Line," to stage at the Cape Henlopen Theatre Academy starting Friday, April 19, for six performances over two weekends.

The show, which tells the story of a group of 17 desperate dancers dreaming of success during an audition on Broadway, will be produced by students following the four-year theater arts program.

Tickets for "A Chorus Line" are available at the box office for the Friday and Saturday shows at 8 p.m. the weekends of April 19 and 25. Sunday matinees begin at 2 p.m. both weekends, with discounted pricing available for seniors and students.


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