A Chorus Line opened on Broadway on July 25, 1975 and quickly proved to be a success. The musical secured 9 Tony awards that year (including Best Musical) and the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It ran for 15 years at the Shubert Theatre. Now, just over 40 years since it opened, A Chorus Line is building the same kind of buzz at the Bette Aiken Theater Arts Center. The Chance Theater Company recently extended the production’s run to August 7 to meet the overwhelming demand. Continue Reading
(photo credit:Doug Catiller, True Image Studio)
In an empty theater, on a bare stage, casting for a new Broadway musical is almost complete. For 23 dancers, this audition is the chance of a lifetime. It’s what they’ve worked for—with every drop of sweat, every hour of training, every day of their lives. It’s the one opportunity to do what they’ve always dreamed—to have the chance to dance. Taken from the website
July 1- August 7 2016
(photo by Doug Catiller, True Image)
In this hilarious and poignant Southern California premiere, you are invited on a time-bending odyssey of birth, death, divorce and dinner. When a man meets a young waitress in a local diner, neither of them knows the nearly 80 years of history that will follow. Filled with those little moments that you will recognize from your own life, we dare you not to fall in love with this stunning, big-hearted play that tells the extraordinary story of an ordinary family. Taken from the Website
Written by Daniella Litvak
In 1991 Warner Bros. released Dogfight, a movie starring River Phoenix, Lili Taylor, and Brendan Fraser. It was critically acclaimed and continues to receive positive reviews on IMBD. One decade later, Dogfight The Musical made its Off-Broadway debut in 2012. Since then the show has premiered all over the world. You can see it now at the Chance Theater in Anaheim. Continue Reading
AMB Theatre Podcast #42 presented by OCR : The Eight Reindeer Monologues @ The Chance Theatre in Anaheim – Podcast
runs through December 20.
In the past Santa has been caught making very inappropriate sexual advances on Vixen, and everyone knows about it. But this only happens when Santa is not taking time out to harass the elves or when Mrs. Claus isn’t doing wildly inappropriate costuming acts with them. It seems the North Pole is in serious need of some SVU cops, or at the very least an HR office.
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