A CHORUS LINE COMES TO PETERBOROUGH
With stunning music and talented performers - A Chorus Line comes to The Cresset, Rightwell Peterborough on Wednesday 20th May 2015.
A CHORUS LINE is a stunning musical about a chorus audition for a Broadway musical. It tells of the achingly poignant ambitions of professional Broadway gypsies to land a job in the show, and is a powerful metaphor for all human aspiration. Memorable musical numbers include I Can Do That, At the Ballet, Dance: Ten; Looks: Three, The Music and the Mirror, What I Did for Love, One (Singular Sensation) and I Hope I Get It. It is a brilliantly complex fusion of dance, song and compellingly authentic drama.
The cast of 31 are all talented musical theatre performers who are studying at Wildcats Post 16 Academy in Stamford, Lincolnshire. As part of their BTEC Extended Diploma the cast have been working hard over the past months developing the show. The dance numbers are choreographed by Vince Williams - who has worked with a number of high profile performers and shows including Girls Aloud, the cast of Eastenders and the film Nativity 3. The show is directed by Megan Kelly and Kelly-Ann Gordon, with Adam Pallister taking on the role of Musical Director.
Kelly-Ann Gordon, Post 16 Academy Course Co-Ordinator said 'A Chorus Line is a musical that is based on the audition process for a Broadway show, constructed from real life stories and set to music. The story tells of the rigour and determination needed to make it in a Broadway show through the eyes of in the individuals themselves. The students have worked incredibly hard during the rehearsal process and are looking forward to showcasing their work'.
For tickets, call the Cresset Box Office on 01733 265705.
Notes to Editor: Award winning Wildcats Academy is a fully inclusive theatre school based in Stamford with classes across the South Lincolnshire, Rutland and Peterborough areas. The school offers part time classes to those aged 2-16, full time accredited courses to student aged 16+ and a full programme of educational holiday activities. The school boost over 450 students with excellent pass rates at LAMDA (London Academy for Music and Dramatic Arts) examinations. At Wildcats ‘Every child is an individual’ - with an emphasis on building confidence and self esteem as well as performing arts skills. Wildcats holds ‘Recognised School Status’ with CDET ‘Council for Dance Education and Training’ and was the winner of both Small Business of the Year and Team of the Year at the 2014 Stamford and Rutland Mercury Business Awards. Information can be found at www.wildcatstheatreschool.co.uk