The nine-time Tony Award winner is dancing its way to the Washington Pavilion.
"This is the first time people are going to be able to see it live, on our stage here in Sioux Falls. So, it's an exciting opportunity for our community," said Washington Pavilion Education Arts Coordinator Bob Wendland.
The 1970s Broadway musical remains relevant today, discussing the highs and lows of making it to the big stage.
"It's a stressful experience. It's anxiety-ridden. You have to put everything - blood, sweat and tears - literally, blood, sweat, and tears into this process of auditioning with no guarantee of anything in the end," said Wendland.
"A Chorus Line" is recommended for ages 14+ due to mature language and adult themes. But, if your son or daughter has his or her sights on Broadway, it's a show you don't want to miss.
"If there are kids that are thinking yeah, I want to go do Broadway, it's a perfect example for them to come and see what you go through to be on Broadway, to be on the West End," said Wendland.
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