"A Chorus Line," that anguished musical love letter to the sprit of the stage performer conceived and directed by Buffalo’s Michael Bennett, has long been a community theater favorite. And for good reason -- its large ensemble cast, lush score, performer-centric subject matter and challenging choreography are just the thing for young actors to sink their teeth into.
That’s just what we’ll see on the stage of the Lancaster Opera House (21 Central Ave., Lancaster) as Red Carpet Productions opens its production of the beloved musical for an eight-show run. Directed by Dawn Smith-Deluca, it features a cast of 19, with Bennett’s choreography re-created by Stacy Zawadzki-Janusz and music direction by Linda Appleby.
Tickets to the show, which runs through Feb. 4, are $20 to $22. For more information, call 683-1776 or visit www.lancopera.org.
-- Colin Dabkowski