Articles on ‘A Chorus Line’

James Maxfield – He Can Do That, That He Can Do!

James Maxfield – He Can Do That, That He Can Do!

Over the last few weeks, AussieTheatre’s Rebecca Grennan has been interviewing various exciting and artistic people in the Australian theatre industry to talk about life in the industry and the daunting process of auditions.  Today, we kick off a series of articles which follow the the ins and outs of each artists’ journey and how… Read more.


A Chorus Line is bound for Sydney!

A Chorus Line is bound for Sydney!

The Australian revival of A Chorus Line is heading to Sydney this July for a season at the Capitol Theatre. After successful seasons in Adelaide and Melbourne, as well as a scheduled Singapore tour, this all-new Australian cast will be turn-turn-kick-turning its way into Sydney’s Capitol Theatre for 21 performances only from July 20, 2012…. Read more.


A Chorus Line heading to Singapore

It looks like A Chorus Line will be heading to Singapore after completion of its highly successful Melbourne season. The official website for the Australian production, A Chorus Line, was updated in the last couple of days to now include booking information for the Singapore season. Although there has been no official press release as yet, we do… Read more.


A Chorus Line: Melbourne season

1975’s A Chorus Line is one of my favourite shows. I can sing along to every number, I blubbed during Every Little Step, the 2006 documentary about its Broadway revival, and I’m happy to admit that I love the often-knocked 1985 film version. After all, this is the musical that won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama and it… Read more.


A Chorus Line extends in Melbourne

A Chorus Line extends in Melbourne

Tickets are selling fast for the smash hit musical A Chorus Line in Melbourne, and another week has been added to the current season at Her Majesty’s Theatre to accommodate demand. The one-act musical had taken over $3 million in advance ticket sales prior to their opening night last weekend, and now Melbourne audiences will… Read more.



Far from the bread line – A Chorus Line sales boom

Far from the bread line – A Chorus Line sales boom

Who says our musical theatre industry is slowing down? The smash hit sensation A Chorus Line, which opens tomorrow at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne is boasting over $3 million in advance sales, proving that Australian audiences are still very keen to see quality music theatre. Producer Tim Lawson, is thrilled with the public enthusiasm surrounding… Read more.


A Chorus Line steps into Melbourne

The Australian revival of A Chorus Line steps into Melbourne this week, opening at Her Majesty’s Theatre on Saturday 4 February. We thought you might like to see this special video of the AUSTRALIAN cast, strutting their stuff in Adelaide earlier this year. Presented by TML Enterprises, A Chorus Line was the first ever show to… Read more.


A Chorus Line to turn-turn-kick-turn its way into Melbourne, double pass winners announced

The 2012 revival of Michael Bennett’s A Chorus Line has enjoyed an extremely successful opening season in Adelaide. Officially opening on January 3 at the Adelaide Festival centre, the show will play it’s closing performance today before transferring to Melbourne’s Her Majesty’s Theatre in February. To celebrate the opening of A Chorus Line in Melbourne, AussieTheatre… Read more.


A Chorus Line, Melbourne – Giveaway Closed

A Chorus Line, Melbourne – Giveaway Closed

AussieTheatre is very excited to have three double passes to give away for the final preview of A Chorus Line in Melbourne. The tickets are for Saturday the 4th of February at 2pm at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne. A Chorus Line is currently in Adelaide where it has been receiving rave reviews. For more information… Read more.


The audience response – A Chorus Line, Adelaide

The Australian Cast of A Chorus Line, 2012

The response for A Chorus Line in Adelaide was overwhelmingly positive. AussieTheatre.com’s Adelaide reviewer Rowan James hailed the show as “emotional and energetic”, especially in the final moments of the piece: “The combined vocal strength and precision dancing of the entire cast culminated in a fantastic musical and visual crescendo”, he said in his review Audience… Read more.


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