Goldyn, who made her Broadway debut as Val in the revival, begins performances as Cassie Aug. 13. She will continue in the role for the final week of A Chorus Line's Broadway run, which concludes Aug. 17.
The final cast for the Broadway revival also includes Nick Adams (Larry), Tommy Berklund (Greg), Mike Cannon (Al), Natalie Cortez (Diana), Dena Digiacinto (Bebe), Jenifer Foote (Val), Deidre Goodwin (Sheila), Bryan Knowlton (Paul), James T. Lane (Richie), Melissa Lone (Maggie), Mario Lopez (Zach), J. Elaine Marcos (Connie), Paul McGill (Mark), Heather Parcells (Judy), Adam Perry (Don), Jeffrey Schecter (Mike), Will Taylor (Bobby) and Katherine Tokarz (Kristine).
The ensemble comprises Deanna Agulnega, Todd Anderson, Michelle Aravena, Kurt Domoney, Joey Dudding, Eric DySart, Lyndy Franklin, Lorin Latarro, Courtney Laine Mazza, Eric Sciotto, Kim Shriver, Grant Turner and Deone Zanotto.
Charlotte d'Amboise's Broadway appearances also include Sweet Charity, Contact, Chicago, Company, Damn Yankees, Jerome Robbins' Broadway, Song & Dance, Cats and Carrie. Michael Bennett's 1975 production of A Chorus Line was restaged by Bob Avian and Baayork Lee, opening at the Schoenfeld Oct. 5, 2006, following a six-week run at San Francisco's Curran Theatre.
Produced by John Breglio, who also serves as the legal representation for the estate of the late Michael Bennett, A Chorus Line has a book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by the late Edward Kleban.
The design team for the 2006 restaging reunited much of the original creative team, including Robin Wagner (sets), Theoni V. Aldredge (costumes), Natasha Katz and Tharon Musser (lighting) and Acme Sound Partners (sound). Musical direction and supervision is by Patrick Vaccariello, with updated orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick, Billy Byers and Hershey Kay and vocal arrangements are by Don Pippin.
The national tour of A Chorus Line currently plays Portland, Oregon's Keller Auditorium.
For tickets visit www.telecharge.com or call (212) 239-6200. For more information visit www.achorusline.com. The Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre is located in Manhattan at 236 West 45th Street.