Sikora, Domoney and Struthers Join Ogunquit Summer Season | Playbill

News Sikora, Domoney and Struthers Join Ogunquit Summer Season
Curtains' Ovation nominee Megan Sikora and Kurt Domoney have joined the cast of A Chorus Line at the Ogunquit Playhouse, while Sally Struthers will star in All Shook Up.

Running May 20-June 13, A Chorus Line will star the previously announced Golden Globe nominee Lorenzo Lamas as omnipresent director Zach. The production will feature the original Michael Bennett direction and choreography re-created by Luis Villabon.

Sikora will appear as Val, while Domoney, who appeared in the 2006 Broadway revival of A Chorus Line, has been cast as Bobby. The company also includes Brendon Stimson (Mark), Beth Ann Baker (Kristine), Michael Biren (Mike Costa), Tony Falcon (Al Deluca), Hannah Chin (Connie Wong), Laura Leitheiser (Bebe) and Michael Susko (Gregory Gardner).

The Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical follows 17 hopeful dancers who put their lives and personal stories "on the line" in the hopes of landing a chorus role in a Broadway show.

The production will feature the original Broadway scenic designs by Robin Wagner and costumes by Theoni V. Aldredge. Don Hite will musical direct and conduct the production.

Originally created and conceived by 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. It has also been announced that Emmy Award-winning actress Sally Struthers will appear in the Oqunquit production of All Shook Up, which will close the season, Sept. 16-Oct. 11. Additional casting will be announced shortly.

Tickets are available by phoning (207) 646-5511 or by visiting OgunquitPlayhouse.

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