Sunday, March 6, 2022

A Chorus Line at Tacoma Little Theatre



The ever popular A Chorus Line was scheduled to open at Tacoma Little Theatre two years ago but got shut down by Covid. Finally it’s back, with direction and choreography by Eric Clausell and musical direction by Jeff Bell.

From the pen of legendary composer Marvin Hamlisch, come seventeen Broadway hopefuls who divulge their very touching life stories as they sing and dance their hearts out in a cattle-call style audition for a new Broadway musical.

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. The iconic score of this Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winner features such classics as “What I Did for Love,” “One,” “I Hope I Get It”, “Singular Sensation” — and let’s not forget the hilarious “Tits and Ass.”

Tacoma Little Theatre’s production of A Chorus Line features: Heather Adams Arneson as Lara, Ian Bartlett as Mark, Haunz Stroschein as Gregory, Mallory Carbon as Judy, Richard Cubi as Mike, Loucas Curry as Richie, Roycen Daley as Paul, Emma Deloye as Maggie, Nick Fitzgerald as Bobby, Valentine Fry as Kristine, Melanie Gladstone as Val, Anna Herron as Vicky, Keola Holt as Diana, Devin Jackson as Ensemble, Danielle Locken as Sheila, Annelise Martin as Ensemble, Allen Melo as Ensemble, Derek Mesford as Don, Rebecca Nason as Ensemble, Micheal O’Hara as Zach, Alan Plaster as Ensemble, Whitney Shafer as Cassie, Natalie Silva as Bebe, Josh Wingerter as Al, Hannah Ashcraft as Ensemble, and Thea Frances Yumang as Connie.


7:30 p.m.   Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday through April 3.  


Tacoma Little Theatre, 210 N. I Street, Tacoma


$29.00, $27.00 (Seniors 60+/Students/Military), and $22.00 (Children 12 and under), pay what you can March 24

A Chorus Line is recommended for ages 12 and up. 

TLT requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination at the door for all audience members and masks will also be required while inside the building.  For our full COVID-19 protocols please visit

Photo courtesy of Dennis K Photography



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