A Broadway icon whose name is synonymous with A Chorus Line all over the world is directing the “singular sensation” itself at City Springs Theatre Company.

Original A Chorus Line cast member and Tony Award® recipient Baayork Lee returns to Sandy Springs to direct and choreograph the musical, playing March 11 – 27, 2022 in the Byers Theatre at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center. Known for creating the role of Connie Wong, Lee has directed many productions of A Chorus Line internationally. At City Springs, she directed and choreographed South Pacific in 2019.

Join Lee as she previews the cast in rehearsal, including a sneak peek of the iconic opening song “I Hope I Get It.”

About A Chorus Line

The show follows 17 dancers who meet in an empty theatre, on a bare stage, where casting for a new Broadway musical is almost complete. For these dancers, this audition is the chance of a lifetime. It’s what they’ve worked for with every drop of sweat, every hour of training, every day of their lives. This is A Chorus Line, the musical for anyone who has ever had a dream and put it all on the line to make that dream come true. One of the first musicals to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, A Chorus Line received nine Tony Awards®, including Best Musical.

A Chorus Line contains mature content and may not be suitable for children under 12. 

Meet the Cast of A Chorus LIne

A Chorus Line stars Billy Harrigan Tighe as Zach (Broadway: Pippin; West End: The Book of Mormon), Sarah Bowden as Cassie (Hollywood Bowl: A Chorus Line), Anne Otto as Sheila (Broadway: Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway; National Tour: Chicago), and Tanner Pflueger as Mike (Broadway/West End: Billy Elliot). 

Featuring Nathan Lubeck as Larry, Peyton McDaniel as Don, Cecilia Trippiedi as Maggie, Emma X. O’Loughlin as Connie, Cameron Benda as Greg, Ryan Rodiño as Bobby, Emily Franch as Bebe, Jonathan Duvelson as Richie, Jason Goldston as Al, Faith Jordan Candino as Kristine, Grace Arnold as Val, Lukas DeLancey as Mark, Emmanuel Cologne as Paul, Orianna Hilliard as Diana, and Olivia Windley as Judy.

Also in the cast are Maggie Bergman, Alexis Yard, Callie Regan Walker, Willis Hao, Craig Donnelly,  Kevin Ivey Morrison, Gill Vaughn-Spencer, Maggie McCown, Evan Hussey, Elise V. Friderich, Emma Kate Farlow, Kenya Perry, Mary Kathrine Abowd, Rhylee Mircus, Dominique Lowe, Tsumari Patterson, and Zach Feeney.  

Meet the Creative Team

Alongside Baayork Lee, the creative team includes Jeffrey Saver (Music Director), Abby May (Lighting Designer), and Keith Bergeron (Sound  Designer). Costume design is based on the original designs of Theoni V. Aldredge, and scenic design is based on the original designs of Robin Wagner. Production Stage Managed by John Calder III. 

All performances are held at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center’s Byers Theatre at 1 Galambos Way, Sandy Springs. 

About the Original Artists Behind A Chorus Line

A Chorus Line was conceived by legendary director and choreographer Michael Bennett. He worked with playwright/novelist James Kirkwood and former dancer Nicholas Dante to create the book based on conversations with real dancers (including Baayork Lee) about their lives. With music by Academy Award-winner Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics by Edward Kleban, memorable musical numbers include, “What I Did for Love,” “One,” “I Hope I Get It,” and more. Their combined work alongside some great one-liners by uncredited playwright Neil Simon, results in a funny, passionate, and deeply personal glimpse into the lives and personalities of dancers. 

Tickets for A Chorus Line at City Springs

Tickets are $40-$100, with discounts for seniors, students, groups, and active and retired military personnel. For tickets and information call 404-477-4365 or visit www.CitySpringsTheatre.com

About Sally Henry Fuller

A theatre aficionado with a passion for telling people's stories, Sally Henry Fuller is a performing arts journalist. She has had the privilege of interviewing both local theatre professionals and multi-award-winning celebrities including Carol Burnett, Matthew Morrison, Vanessa Williams, Josh Gad, and Taylor Hicks. With theatre journalism experience since 2011, her work has also been featured on BroadwayWorld.com, the Huffington Post, and the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival.

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