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Complete Casting Announced for Broadway Revival of A Chorus Line

Complete Casting Announced for Broadway Revival of A Chorus Line
Deidre Goodwin

 

Additional casting has been announced for the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line. In addition to previously announced stars Michael Berresse and Charlotte d'Amboise, the show will feature Ken Alan as Bobby, Brad Anderson as Don, Natalie Cortez as Diana, Mara Davi as Maggie, Jessica Lee Goldyn as Val, Deidre Goodwin as Sheila, Tyler Hanes as Larry, James T. Lane as Richie, Paul McGill as Mark, Heather Parcells as Judy, Michael Paternostro as Greg, Alisan Porter as Bebe, Jeffrey Schecter as Mike, Yuka Takara as Connie, Jason Tam as Paul, Chryssie Whitehead as Kristine and Tony Yazbeck as Al.

Alan previously appeared on the Great White Way in Fosse. His other theatrical credits include national tours of Fosse, Chicago and Grease! and regional mountings of Me and My Girl and White Christmas.

Anderson's Broadway credits include All Shook Up, The Boy from Oz, Kiss Me Kate and Fosse. His other theatrical credits include mountings of Aida, South Pacific, Damn Yankees, Starlight Express, Smokey Joe's Cafe, Hot Mikado and Actor, Lawyer, Indian Chief.

Cortez recently starred off-Broadway in Sidd and also appeared on the Gotham stage in Fame on 42nd Street. She also notably appeared as Chi Chi in the pre-Broadway tryout of The Mambo Kings.

Davi appeared in Dames at Sea and A Chorus Line at Califonia State University Fullerton. She also toured Japan and America as Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street.

Goldyn's theatrical credits include Fosse, A Chorus Line, Sweet Charity and Pippin. She has trained with New Jersey Ballet Company and Worth Tyrrell Studios.

Goodwin has appeared on Broadway in numerous significant roles, including Velma Kelly in Chicago, Velma in Never Gonna Dance and Our Lady of the Spa in Nine. She recently appeared on the Great White Way in Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life.

 

Hanes' Broadway credits include Hairspray, Sweet Charity, The Frogs, The Boy From Oz, Urban Cowboy and Oklahoma!. He also appeared in national tours of Fosse and The Will Rogers Follies.

Lane appeared on the off-Broadway stage in Fame on 42nd Street. His regional credits include the recent Dreamgirls at the Prince Music Theatre and Finnian's Rainbow at the Walnut Street Theatre.

McGill was in the ensemble of the Broadway revival of La Cage aux Folles. His regional credits include Footloose, Crazy For You and Oklahoma!.

Parcells made her Broadway debut last season in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Her other theatrical credits include the national tours of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Some Like it Hot and Chicago.

Paternostro appeared on the Great White Way in Guys and Dolls, Fosse, Saturday Night Fever, Sweet Smell of Success and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

Porter, who appeared on Broadway in Footloose, is best known for playing the title character in the movie Curly Sue. In addition to Footloose, she notably appeared onstage in Los Angeles as Crissy in the Reprise! mounting of Hair and Miriam in The Ten Commandments at the Kodak Theatre.

Schecter is currently appearing on Broadway in The Pajama Game. He previously played Lefou in Beauty and the Beast and served in the ensemble of Wonderful Town.

Takara appeared in the 2002 revival of Flower Drum Song and the 2004 revival of Pacific Overtures. Her off-Broadway credits include Encores! mountings of Hair and Bye Bye Birdie.

Tam was a replacement Gavroche in Les Miserables on Broadway. His regional credits include She Loves Me, West Side Story, King and I, Oklahoma!, Footlose and The King and I.

Whitehead served as Julia Stiles' dance double for the popular film Save the Last Dance. Her regional theater credits include A Chorus Line at Casa Manana, All Shook Up at Goodspeed Musicals and Will Rogers Follies at Sacramento Music Circus.

Yazbeck has been featured in Broadway productions of Never Gonna Dance, Oklahoma! and Gypsy. He recently appeared off-Broadway in Fanny Hill.

A Chorus Line, directed by Bob Avian, is scheduled to open at Broadway's Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on October 5, 2006. Before it hits New York, the production will tryout at San Francisco's Curran Theatre from July 23 through September 2.

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