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A Chorus Line
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This singular sensation returns for its first-ever Broadway revival. In this beloved musical, Broadway gypsies bare their souls and put their lives "on the line" as they audition for an unnamed musical.
See this award-winning musical before it closes on August 17
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Currently featuring Mario Lopez from Dancing with the Stars! The original 1975 production won the Pulitzer Prize and the Tony AwardŽ for Best Musical. The score includes "What I Did for Love," "The Music and the Mirror," "At the Ballet" and "Dance Ten, Looks Three."

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  • Admission to A Chorus Line

2 hours

Show times:
2 PM
8 PM

Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre

All seats are located in the equally priced Orchestra or Front Mezzanine sections; ticket assignment depends on availability.
Redemption instructions

After you book your activity, follow these 3 easy steps:
1. Print your voucher; locate the voucher in your travel confirmation e-mail or in the My Trips/My Itineraries link on the site.
2. Follow the redemption instructions on your voucher; it iscritical to do this before you depart.
3. Take all vouchers with you; you must redeem one voucher per person.

Exchange your voucher for activity:
Tickets are held at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre box office under your last name as displayed on your voucher(s). Voucher(s) and photo identification must be presented to the box office prior to entry to the theater. You should arrive 15 to 35 minutes prior to the beginning of the performance; everyone entering the theater must have a ticket.
Terms and conditions

Please note that some shows will not seat late arrivals until a suitable pause in the performance. Late seating is entirely at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre management's discretion. Some theaters will not admit children younger than 4 years old; please inquire. Under New York City law, all cell phones and pagers must be turned off prior to the start of the show.