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Friday, June 2, 2006

To do: Rep's 'A Chorus Line' opens tonight

Posted on Fri, Jun 2, 2006 at 11:19 AM

Everything's in place for what promises to be a big month

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at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre, beginning tonight. Rep founder Cliff Fannin Baker is back directing. It's the high-stepping Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway music "A Chorus Line" with Marvin Hamlisch music, and the Rep's theater is a nice getaway from the Arkansas summer heat.

There's even four Saturday matinees scheduled, along with the usual Sunday matinees running through July 2. It all starts tonight, though, at 8 p.m., with a post-show party with the cast. Tickets are $50 for orchestra seating and $35 for the mezzanines. Call 378-0405. For more information, visit the Rep's website.

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