I am biased because I saw the original run of A Chorus Line in Sydney and also the later one. It is at the top of my list.
I must admit to a degree of trepidation when I went to Laycock St Theatre this evening to see the GMS presentation of A Chorus Line.
I am now happy to say that for those people who are yet to see what is probably the epitome of Broadway Musicals grab this opportunity to go see it because everything about this production is great and they do it incredible justice.
To those who have seen it go again you will not be disappointed.
The creative team has done a brilliant job, the cast should all hold their heads high and feel very proud of such a wonderful performance, as should any and every one who had anything to do with it.
Now let’s be honest, we would all agree that there have been occasions when the orchestra at Laycock has not been as sharp as it should, tonight was defintely not one of those occasions, they were spot on and that made it a total success.
There is a professional run of A Chorus Line at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney in the very near future at $100 plus per ticket. The good news is you can do yourself a favour and see the GMS one three times, not do the F3 and keep it all local.
Well done GMS.
Warren Davis / Wyong
PS I fell in love with Christine again (for the third time)
[Many thanks, Warren, for sending me this review. I saw the show myself Friday night and found it thoroughly enjoyable and engaging from start to finish. Well done GMS. Ed.]