The 5th Avenue production will be directed by David Bennett with choreography recreated by Kerry Casserly.
The cast will comprise Chryssie Whitehead as Cassie, Andrew Palermo as Zach, Greg McCormick Allen as Larry, Katrina Asmar as Morales, Scott Brateng as Greg, Gabriel Corey as Mike, Taryn Darr as Val, Sarah Rose Davis as Maggie, Stephen Diaz as Paul, Eric Esteb as Don, Paul Flanagan as Al, Meaghan Foy as Val (Sept. 14-28 only), Charlie Johnson as Bobby, Mallory King as Kristine, McKayla Marso as Judy, Trina Mills as Sheila, Taylor Niemeyer as Bebe, Richard Peacock as Richie, Connor Russell as Mark and Momoko Sugai as Connie with Kyle Bernbach, Ulyber Mangune, Nick Perry, Sarah Shepler, Michael Stumpfig, Indeah Thomaier, Sydney Buckley, Ethan Carpenter and Carly Herbert.
A Chorus Line is described as "the musical for everyone who has ever put it all on the line in pursuit of their dreams."
The creative team includes lighting designer Tom Sturge, scenic coordinator Erik Holden, costume coordinator Michelle Terese Grimm and hair and makeup designer Mary Jones. Additional staff includes assistant director Kelsey Thorgalsen, associate choreographer Angelique Ilo, associate music director Elisabeth Ellis and assistant lighting designer Tristan Roberson.
For single tickets (starting at $29) and information, visit www.5thavenue.org or call the Box Office at (206) 625-1900. Tickets may also be purchased at (888) 5TH-4TIX.
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