A Chorus Line heading to Perth

A Chorus LineAussieTheatre can confirm that A Chorus Line will be heading to Perth later in the year for a limited 20 show season at the  Burswood Theatre.

Presented by TML Enterprises, A Chorus Line originally opened in Adelaide before transferring to Melbourne for an extremely successful season, taking over $3 Million in advanced sales and extending for an extra week due to demand.

The show is currently playing at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore until 27 May, before it returns to Sydney for a season at the Capital Theatre.

Producer Tim Lawson says, “I am thrilled that Perth audiences will be able to share the magic of A Chorus Line… It has thrilled sold out audiences in the Eastern States, and I am sure Perth audiences will be similarly enthralled.”burswood.com.au

A Chorus Line will open in Perth on Saturday 20 October with tickets on sale from Monday 14 May.

If you are looking forward to the show I suggest you check out our exclusive video interview with Baayork Lee (director and original Connie).



Venue:               Capitol Theatre, Sydney
When:                From 20 July for 21 performances only
Cost:                  From $69.90
Bookings:          Ticketmaster or 1300 723 038


Venue:               Burswood Theatre, Perth
When:                From 20 October for 20 performances only
Cost:                  From $64.90
Bookings:          Ticketek (on sale May 14th)



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