By Matthew Blank
27 Mar 2013
The production is a departure from what audiences may already be familiar with—the original staging and choreography by the show’s creator, Michael Bennett. Featuring brand new choreography, Marc Robin envisions a fresh take on the production. “This is a hugely personal show for me,” says Marc. “It represents the story of my own life. I can’t wait to share my vision of it for Fulton audiences. It’s the same script, the same characters and same story; but told a whole new way.”
Jessica Lee Goldyn (Broadway: A Chorus Line) makes her Fulton debut in the iconic role of Cassie. Nathaniel Shaw returns to the Fulton in the role of Zach.
Also featured in the production are Kristy Cavanaugh as Val, Kevin Curtis as Richie, Laurel Haitoff in the ensemble, Gabriel Malo as Paul, Lauralyn McClelland as Sheila, Cary Michele Miller as Maggie, Marisa Rivera as Morales, Robbie Roby as Mike, Cody Smith as Larry and Todd Allen Walker as Bobby.
The cast also features Joey Abramowicz, Alexander Aguilar, Mallory Butcher, Lauren Cafrelli, Warren Curtis, Jennifer Flohr, Kory Geller, Isaiah Harold, Norman Howard, Shannon Howard, Chloe Hurst, Matt Josbena, Yurina Kutsukake, Alex Pepper and Jenny Piersol.
The Music Director is Aaron McAllister, Assistant Director/Choreographer is Samantha Hewes, with scenic design by William Mohney, lighting designed by Paul Black and costumes designed by Anthony Lascoskie, Jr.
A Chorus Line runs from March 12-30. Regular ticket prices range from $20–$65 and are available through the Fulton Box Office at 717-397-7425 or online at www.thefulton.org.