VIDEO: 2 more chances to cheer ‘A Chorus Line’ at West Seattle High School

(WSB video, photo)

Back in 1975, Broadway birthed the Tony and Pulitzer Award-winning sensation “A Chorus Line,” which ran for 15 years. The tale of 17 auditioners is still thrilling crowds today, with songs that have become classics, including “One,” which you can hear in our video clip, featuring West Seattle High School students from the Drama Club and Music Department. “A Chorus Line” is their spring musical, and you have just two more chances to see the 90-minute performance at the WSHS Theater – tonight and tomorrow (Friday) night at 7:30 pm (we recorded them during a runthrough before last night’s show).

It’s a huge production, with more than 60 performers and crew members, led by drama teacher Andrew Finley and music director Ethan Thomas (the program has a shoutout for more than a dozen parent volunteers too). E-mail for a reservation to get tickets at a lower rate. Haven’t been to the WSHS Theater? Enter the school through the courtyard off its parking lot on the west side of the school at 3000 California SW.

4 Replies to "VIDEO: 2 more chances to cheer 'A Chorus Line' at West Seattle High School"

  • Starsky April 5, 2018 (10:44 am)


  • jen s parker April 5, 2018 (11:49 am)

    It is a really fun show. The vocals and the orchestra are even stronger then what you can hear on the video. Thank you to Andrew Finley and Ethan Thomas for creating such a strong theater tradition at West Seattle High!

  • Deb Barker April 5, 2018 (12:59 pm)

    Hey West Seattle – I really encourage everyone to catch the West Seattle Drama presentation of  A Chorus Line. The singing and the dancing is terrific, and the songs still tug at your heart strings.  Congratulations to ONE and ALL. 

  • theatreattender April 5, 2018 (8:36 pm)

    This is a great production! My skeptical teenage boy even liked it!! Everyone did a great job….I especially enjoyed the orchestra!

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