Vermont performance of “A Chorus Line”
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The cast and crew rehearse a stage number.
The cast and crew rehearse a stage number.
WESTON- The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company continues its summer of quality theater with the eagerly anticipated production of the legendary Broadway show “A Chorus Line.” This iconic American musical won nine Tonys, a Pulitzer Prize for drama, and ran for 15 years on Broadway. It runs on the Playhouse Main Stage through August 23.

Under the direction of Weston producing director Malcolm Ewen, the diverse 2014 cast of ‘triple threats’ is made up of 23 talented actor/singer/dancers, and includes five from the Southern Vermont region. Jim Raposa, a Manchester resident and teacher at Burr and Burton Academy, is an Equity actor whose credits include “Cats” on Broadway. He takes center stage as Zach in Weston’s production. The four ensemble parts in the show are all filled by aspiring performers from the region. They are Leah Cunningham, of Chester; Zach Gordon and Hayley Swinborne, of Londonderry; and Kristina Meima, of Brattleboro. Performances of “A Chorus Line” will be at the Weston Playhouse, on the Village Green (12 Park Street). Show times are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm, and Saturday at 2 pm. Tickets can be purchased by calling (802) 824-5288 or online at
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