Wednesday, 8/21/2024
at 7:00 PM

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It is one of the most successful Broadway musicals of all time: A Chorus Line.

The musical tells the story of an audition that demands everything from hopeful applicants. For a new Broadway show, there are eight ensemble roles to be filled. Choreographer Zach is not only looking for great dancers but also requires the talents to expose their inner selves. Gradually, the protagonists reveal their life stories, sometimes defiantly, sometimes using humor as a shield, and then brutally honest, which makes it all the more moving. The big themes come to life on stage: love, sex, and the question of who am I and where do I belong in this world? This is what makes the musical, which was filmed in 1985 starring Michael Douglas, so timeless - as every member of the audience, faced with the diversity of emotions presented, may eventually feel tempted to say 'Oh yes, I know that feeling'. The ideal framework for the multifaceted plot is the (almost) impossible love story between Zach and Cassie. It's no wonder that "A Chorus Line," after its premiere in 1975, broke the record for the longest-running musical in New York.

A Chorus Line - The Musical
German version by ROBIN KULISCH (2022)

Show length approx. 140 mins.

Please understand that there is NO entry after the start of the performance.
We would like to inform you that there is parking for residents around the First Stage Theater. Visitors are also allowed to park in this area but must purchase a parking ticket between the hours of 9:00 am to 8:00 pm. The maximum parking duration is 3 hours.

We recommend using public transportation for your arrival and departure. The admission tickets already include the prices. The two S-Bahn stops Königstraße and Altona Bahnhof are about a 10-15 minute walk away. Also, just a few minutes' walk from the theater is the bus stop Große Bergstraße, served by the lines 16, 112, and 115.
Since August 1, 2023, we unfortunately no longer offer parking tickets for Print@Home customers because the parking lot on Virchowstraße has been closed.
Please note that jackets, coats, and bags (larger than DIN A4 format) must be checked in at the cloakroom for a fee. This regulation is solely for the safety of our visitors.

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