A Chorus Line Reviews
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Patricia Ranalli from Englewood Florida; resident of Oshawa, Ontario.
A CHORUS LINE, TOURING COMPANY
This is the sixth time I've seen this play: first in New York, 1977; twice in Toronto; again in N.Y., 2007; last year at The Players in Sarasota - lacking in many respects, missing a live orchestra; and at the Van Wezel on Feb. 25. It was wonderful at the Van Wezal, as in New York and Toronto: exhilirating, electric, sexy, funny, honest, intimate, real and often very moving. Paul's very personal scene always makes me weep; At The Ballet and What We Did For Love are timeless numbers and gut rending. Cassie's mirror number was very good, although perhaps not quite as sensual as in New York; it helps to have a simple drum beat at times. The acting was excellent, the singing excellent, the dancing close to excellent. All in all, a fabulous performance and it was so obvious that every person on stage loved what they were there for. I hope it comes back because I would see it again. I guess there would be some adults as well as kids, who may be a tad offended but they'll survive
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