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A Chorus Line at Ivoryton Playhouse
August 7, 2018 - September 2, 2018
A Chorus Line at Ivoryton Playhouse opens August 8th and runs through September 2nd, 2018 in Ivoryton, Connecticut. The Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning singular sensation, “A Chorus Line” brilliantly evokes both the glamour and grind of showbiz, and is the musical for everyone who’s ever had a dream and put it all on the line. Penned by legendary composer, Marvin Hamlisch, the iconic score features such classics as “What I Did for Love,” “One,” “I Hope I Get It” and more! Funny, heartbreaking and refreshing, A CHORUS LINE is a theater masterpiece.
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Ticket Prices: $55 for adults; $50 for seniors; $25 for students and $20 for children. Tickets are available by calling the Playhouse box office at 860-767-7318 or by visiting the Ivoryton Playhouse website at www.ivorytonplayhouse.org.
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