A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line is a musical set in the 1970s about a group of dancers auditioning to be in the ensemble of a Broadway show. The story is centered on the director and the dancers who make it past the first round of auditions. Throughout the casting process, the characters describe (and sing/dance about!) formative life moments that influenced their decision to pursue a life in the arts. The show is based on true stories, but these narratives are timeless and relatable to anyone with a passion for performing. 

While this is a dance-heavy show, no prior dance experience is required. If you dance and don’t sing, there are also parts for you! This is an ensemble show with a relatively big cast so we are excited to see people with a variety of performing experience come out to auditions!

Director: Jessica Perelman (jperelman@wesleyan.edu)
Stage Manager: Sonya Levine (slevine@wesleyan.edu