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A Chorus Line is a Broadway musical that debuted at the Shubert Theatre in 1975 and closed there in 1990 after 6,137 performances. It held the distinction of being the longest running show on Broadway until it was surpassed by CATS in 1997 and Phantom of the Opera in 2006. It currently holds the record for the fourth longest-running musical, after Phantom of the Opera, CATS and Les Miserables.

A Chorus Line is being reopened at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater in fall 2006. Don't miss out on your chance to see your favourite musical live and hear songs like "One", "Nothing" and "The Music and the Mirror". Get your A Chorus Line Tickets today!

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A Chorus Line is an edgy take on the lives of Broadway stars that has become a classic in the theatre world. With 19 main characters, the setting is a Broadway theater where young dancers audition for the part in the chorus line of a musical. A Chorus Line gives a glimpse into the personalities of the performers and the choreographer as they describe the events that have shaped their lives and their decisions to become dancers. Highlights include the songs "Nothing", "The Music and the Mirror" and "What I Did For Love".

A Chorus Line received 12 nominations for the Tony Awards in 1975, winning nine: Best Musical, Best Actress (Donna McKechnie), Best Featured Actor (Sammy Williams), Best Featured Actress (Carole Bishop), Best Director (Michael Bennett), Best Musical Book(Dante and Kirkwood), Best Score (Hamlisch and Kleban), Best Lighting design (Tharon Musser) and Best Choreographer (Michael Bennett and Bob Avian). It also won the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for drama, one of the few musicals ever to receive this honour.