THE SCREENING ROOM: Donna McKechnie Tears It Up (Video)

News   THE SCREENING ROOM: Donna McKechnie Tears It Up (Video) Tony Award winner Donna McKechnie, best known for tearing up the stage in a red wrap dress as Cassie in Michael Bennett's landmark musical A Chorus Line, is performing her critically acclaimed solo show for Florida audiences Feb. 18. (She will also head the cast of TheatreZone's March 8-18 production of Little Women: The Musical.)

Playbill.com gathered some special footage of McKechnie, and her signature long legs, as she belts and struts her way through a bunch of Broadway numbers.

McKechnie joins her original Company cast members Pamela Myers and Susan Browning for "You Could Drive A Person Crazy."

As the the chorus kids say these days, here's Donna "kicking her face" along with Debbie Allen on the 1980's television series "Fame."

Singing "Men Who Tell You Lies" from her show My Musical Comedy Life on Sirius XM Live on Broadway.

Again with Sirius XM Live on Broadway singing Rodgers and Hammerstein's "It Might As Well Be Spring."

With the original cast of A Chorus Line performing "One" on the 1976 Tony Awards.

Recording the original cast album of Company (performing "You Could Drive A Person Crazy") on the DA Pennebaker film "Original Cast Album – Company."

Her memorable performance along with Baayork Lee in "Turkey Lurkey Time" from Promises, Promises on the 1968 Tony Awards.

A tribute to Michael Bennett, where we see McKechnie's fantastic "Music and the Mirror."

With fellow Tony winners Ann Reinking and Chita Rivera for "Let Me Entertain You" from Gypsy.

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