Pioneer's A Chorus Line to Feature Brotherson, Denman, Neumann, Zanotto, Falcon | Playbill

News Pioneer's A Chorus Line to Feature Brotherson, Denman, Neumann, Zanotto, Falcon
Broadway's Kimberly Dawn Neumann and Jeffry Denman play Cassie and Zach, respectively, in Pioneer Theatre Company's new production of A Chorus Line, which begins Sept. 25 in Salt Lake City.

Neumann recently played the same role on Broadway, and appeared in Broadway's Annie Get Your Gun, Urban Cowboy and Ragtime. Denman performed in the original Broadway casts of White Christmas, The Producers and Dream.

Conceived and originally directed and choreographed by Michael Bennett, with book by James Kirkwood & Nicholas Dante, music by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Edward Kleban, the intermissionless musical tells the life stories of Broadway chorus dancers as they audition for work in a musical. It won the Best Musical Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

The PTC production is directed and choreographed by Patti D'Beck, who choreographed PTC's My Fair Lady, The Producers, Paint Your Wagon and Chicago, and appeared in the original Broadway run of A Chorus Line.

Performances continue in Utah to Oct. 10.

The cast also includes Erin Denman, Deone Zanotto, Jessica Leigh Brown, Kaitlyn Davidson, Miguel Angel Falcon, Hannah Chin, Brad Bradley, Teresa Bramwell, Eric Lee Brotherson, Michael Crowley, Thay Floyd, Jeffrey Scott Stevens, Stephanie Chace Bass, Talese Hunt, Kevin Jordan, Peter Nelson, Bronwyn Tarboton, Ashley Gardner Carlson, Michael Hernandez and Jeff Pew. Michael Horsley is the musical director.

The production team includes resident scenic designer George Maxwell, costume designer Susan Branch Towne, lighting designer Michael Gilliam, sound designer Joe Payne and hair and make-up designer Amanda French.

PTC presents at Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre, 300 S. 1400 E., Salt Lake City.


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