A Chorus Line

Seeing a magnificent musical, live and on stage, offers the audience an opportunity to see spectacles of incredible talent and hear musical performances that stay with them long after the final curtain closes. What we don’t see is all the blood, sweat and tears that have been poured into the production. Inspire Creative and the Parker Arts present a musical that captures just that when A CHORUS LINE comes to the PACE Center this fall.

Giving the audience a true picture of what it’s like to be in the theatre: at times glamorous, but at the same time, heartbreakingly tough, and sometimes even tragic, A Chorus Line will break audiences’ hearts and bring them to their feet with the stories of dancers surviving the audition process, vigorous rehearsals and a show-stopping show finale.

With music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Edward Kleban and a book by James Kirkwood Jr., a Chorus Line originally opened at the Shubert Theatre on Broadway in 1975 and was the longest running production in Broadway history, until it was surpassed by Cats in 1997. It held the title of longest running musical originally produced in the United States until it was surpassed by Chicago in 2011. It remains the 7th longest running Broadway show ever and was adapted as a film in 1985. This American classic received twelve Tony Award nominations, winning nine; as well as winning the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see the spectacle of A Chorus Line up close and personal, when it comes to the stage at the PACE Center beginning September 28th and running through October 14th. Show times vary, with a special priced matinee show available. Tickets start at just $29! Get your tickets now to see one of Broadway’s best productions, right here in Parker!

For showtimes and tickets, go to parkerarts.org

*PARENTAL ADVISORY: This musical contains strong adult language, frank content regarding sexuality, and themes that might be found in an R-Rated film.

Inspire Creative is an artist directed, non-profit arts organization with a heart to encourage individuals to discover their artistic talents, develop them in a safe atmosphere that encourages growth rather than ego and provides them with opportunities to use those talents through exceptional performances, service, training and community.

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