A Chorus Line
Dates: July 24 – August 3
Style: Musical | Drama
Run Time: 2 Hours
Ages: 13 and up
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Book by James Kirkwood and Nicholas Dante
Music by Marvin Hamlisch – Lyrics by Edward Kleban
A Chorus Line is a stunning musical capturing the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition.
Exploring the inner lives and poignant ambitions of professional Broadway gypsies, the show features one powerhouse number after another. Memorable musical numbers include “What I Did for Love, “One,” “I Can Do That,” “At the Ballet,” “The Music and the Mirror,” and “I Hope I Get It.” A brilliantly complex fusion of song, dance, and compellingly authentic drama, A Chorus Line was instantly recognized as a classic.
Meet the Actors & Crew
JOHN WOLFE (Larry/ Asst. Choreographer/ Dance Captain) is thrilled to return to The Cape after last being seen in Cabaret (Fritzie) and Hello Dolly! Other credits include White Christmas national tour,Holiday Inn (Dance Captain), Mary Poppins (Dance Captain/Northbrook), and Thoroughly Modern Millie (Jimmy u/s) - Paper Mill Playhouse, Anything Goes (Dance Captain/Evelyn u/s), A Wonderful Life (Sam Wainwright u/s), Holiday Inn, and Mame - Goodspeed Musicals, Grease (Eugene) - North Carolina Theatre, A Chorus Line (Larry/Dance Captain), Holiday Inn, 42nd Street, and Spamalot - MUNY, and Gypsy(Yonkers) - Capital Repertory. Thanks to my family, Denis, Bloc, and my loves Sookie, Brooklyn, and Josh.
TAYLOR WRIGHT(Don) is beyond excited to join a new company of A Chorus Line in his debut at The Cape! Select credits: A Chorus Line Nat’l Tour and Chinese Premiere (Don); Afterglow at The Davenport Theatre (Swing); The View UpStairs at Uptown Players (Dale); Godspell (Jesus) at New London Barn Playhouse; Gypsy (Tulsa) at Hangar Theatre. More gratitude than I can give to my mother, who without question has always been my biggest supporter, Michael, Baba, Geoff, Jimmy, EJ, and endless thanks to the creative team for giving me this opportunity to play. Training: BFA Coastal Carolina, SITI. Taylor joins Actors’ Equity Association with this production. Visit jtaylorwright.com or follow @jtaylorwright
JOYCE CHITTICK (Director) took her first dance class in Skowhegan, Maine at 7 years old, after that she was hooked! Joyce’s professional career would begin 10 years later with the National tour of Catswhile still in high school. She then went on to perform in 11 Broadway shows, including original companies of Big, Seussical, Thoroughly Modern Millie, original revivals of Cabaret (‘98), Wonderful Town (‘03),Sweet Charity (‘05), The Pajama Game (‘06), and Anything Goes (‘11), and the original Las Vegas company of Jersey Boys. She has worked alongside numerous legendary performers such as Joel Grey, Harry Connick Jr, Julie Andrews to name a few, and has had the distinct honor of performing with Spinal Tap at the Beacon Theater in NYC. Having stepped to the other side of the footlights a few years ago, she restaged Beautiful: The Carole King Musical for productions in Japan and Australia, and serves as the Associate Choreographer for the Broadway and US Tour productions of Beautiful. Last summer, she had the pleasure of choreographing The Cape Playhouse’s production of South Pacific. Other productions include co-directing/choreographing My Way at Ivoryton Playhouse with husband, Rick Faugno, choreographing the 2016 Drama League Gala honoring David Hyde Pierce, as well as choreographing National tours of Grease and Wonderful Town, two seasons as on-screen choreographer for Lifetime's “AUDC,” and the film Virgin Alexander. Favorite production, daughter Lena, age 5.
RICK FAUGNO (Choreographer) is very excited to be choreographing A Chorus Line at The Cape Playhouse and weaving some of his own ideas with the legendary Michael Bennett’s. He recently played the role of Hortensio, in the Broadway revival of Kiss Me, Kate!, his 7th Broadway show. He received a Chita Rivera award nomination, for Best Male Dancer, for his work in this production. He also owns a Fred Astaire award for his performance in the Broadway revival of On The 20th Century. Rick was also named ‘Best Singer’ for his portrayal of Frankie Valli, in the original Las Vegas production of Jersey Boys and Best Actor at the Orlando Film Festival for the role of Alexander in the film Virgin Alexander. TV appearances include: “The Newsroom,” “The Following,” “America’s Got Talent,” “Conan O’Brien,” “The TONY Awards,” and others. Rick also performs his one-man show on cruise ships and at cabaret venues in various locations. Follow him on Instagram: @rickfaugno or find him on YouTube. His favorite production, much like his wife Joyce, is his daughter, Lena.
GARRETT TAYLOR (Music Director) is thrilled to return to The Cape Playhouse for a third summer of music directing. Broadway: Wicked, Annie (2012). National Tours: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, Grease, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Joseph, Sweet Charity, Annie. Regional: The Fulton Theatre, Flatrock Playhouse, The John W. Engeman, Broward Stage Door Theater, Gateway Playhouse. TV: CBS’s “A New York Christmas to Remember.” Garrett has been lucky to work at NYU, Manhattan School of Music, Marymount, Queens College, and AMDA. When residing in New York City, he operates a busy voice studio with many Broadway performers and promising singers. Special thanks to artistic director, Michael Rader. www.garrett-taylor.com
ADAM KOCH (Scenic Design) Previous Cape Playhouse credits include Clue! Live on Stage. International credits include Dreamgirls (Seoul, Korea). United States credits include Signature Theatre (Kiss of the Spiderwoman, Helen Hayes Award nomination), Serenbe Playhouse (outdoor Titanic production), Ford’s Theatre, Goodspeed Musicals, Paper Mill Playhouse, Baltimore Center Stage, Tuacahn Amphitheatre, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Music Theatre of Wichita, Cincinnati Playhouse, Ogunquit Playhouse, Geva Theatre Center, Fulton Theatre, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Syracuse Stage, and Portland Stage. Adam would like to dedicate this show to William and Mary Koch. See more at adamkochassociates.com and on Instagram @instadamkoch.
MOLLY WALZ (Costume Design) is thrilled to be designing for The Cape Playhouse for the first time this season! After touring the world as a wardrobe supervisor, Molly relocated to NYC and now works as an associate designer, production wardrobe supervisor, and tailor for Broadway, tours, and TV/Film. Molly has designed for companies spanning the country, including Ogunquit Playhouse, Barrington Stage and Orlando Shakespeare Theatre, among others, and is currently the associate designer for the national tours of Rent and White Christmas. Molly was born in raised in Beavercreek, OH and now calls New York City home. MollyWalz.com
JOSEPH PALERMO (Sound Design) (from Book 1)
KIRK BOOKMAN (Lighting Design) For The Cape Playhouse: Million Dollar Quartet & Once. Broadway: The Sunshine Boys (with Jack Klugman and Tony Randall), The Gin Game (Julie Harris & Charles Durning), and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Off-Broadway: Charles Busch’s The Confessions of Lily Dare and Shanghai Moon, 9 Circles, God Of Vengeance, Closer Than Ever, Right You Are, Recent Tragic Events, The Green Heart (Manhattan Theatre Club), Havana Is Waiting, Force Continuum, My One Good Nerve (starring Ruby Dee), The Shawl, Rude Entertainment, The Book of Liz (David & Amy Sedaris), Les MIZrahi (Isaac Mizrahi’s), As Thousands Cheer, June Moon, The Playboy of the Western World, Eclipsed, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Major Barbara. Aunt Jack at Empire Stage in Fort Lauderdale. Ballet: English National Ballet, Santiago Ballet, Cincinnati Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, and Budapest Ballet. Stage production to large screen video: The Thomasheskys and Company with the New York Philharmonic.
KATE ANN WILSON (Production Stage Manager) is excited to join the Cape Playhouse family! National Tour: School of Rock (First National), Nice Work If You Can Get It (First National). Off-Broadway:OCTET (Signature Theatre), The Mar Vista (Signature Theatre), All is Calm (Sheen Center), The Whale Play (The Drama Book Shop), Sleep No More. Regional: Tell Them I’m Still Young (SOPAC), The Last Five Years, The Who’s Tommy, Funny Girl, Footloose, Hairspray, The Full Monty, Chicago, A Streetcar Named Desire, Carousel. Kate dedicates all of her work to her mother and father, Dave and Tracy Wilson.
HOLLACE JEFFORDS (Assistant Stage Manager) Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Kinky Boots, The Last Ship, Violet, Doctor Zhivago. National Tours: Falsettos, Kinky Boots. Pre-Broadway: An American in Paris. New York: A Chorus Line (NYCC), Avenue Q, A Taste of Things to Come, Little Miss Sunshine, Nobody Loves You, The Memory Show. Regional: South Pacific, Gypsy, The Mousetrap(Cape Playhouse), A Taste of Things to Come (Bucks County Playhouse). Love to Derek and my family. Proud member of AEA.
CASSIE MCKAY (Assistant Stage Manager) Cassie grew up on the Cape, and is a current sophomore pursuing a BFA in Stage Management from Point Park University. Past credits include: Student Choreography Project, Raymond Laine Memorial One Acts (Pittsburgh Playhouse); Evita, Showboat, La Cage aux Folles, Newsies (Interlakes Summer Theatre); Oklahoma (Cotuit Center for the Arts); andDetective Sketches, Big Fish, Once on This Island, A Wrinkle in Time, The Love of Three Oranges (Sturgis Charter Public School). Thank you to her friends and family for their support, and to the Cape Playhouse for the opportunity to work on incredible theatre. Enjoy the show!
CAROLINE PASTORE (Assistant Stage Manager) is incredibly excited to be joining The Cape Playhouse team this summer! Caroline lives in Shelburne, VT and was a Stage Manager for FlynnArts for five years. Some of the productions she worked on there include: Cry-Baby, Cabaret and Once on This Island. She currently attends SUNY Purchase as a Theatre Design/Technology student and worked onWe’re Gonna Be Okay this year as the Assistant Stage Manager. Caroline would like to thank the Cape Playhouse team for being so welcoming and her family and teachers for all their support.
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