A Chorus Line
The 1975 Broadway musical that tells the stories of 17 Broadway dancers auditioning for a spot in a chorus line as they personally describe the events that have shaped their lives and their decisions to become dancers. Winner of the 1976 Pulitzer Prize and nine Tony awards. Presented by Random Farms Kids Theatre (highschool & college ages) at the Tarrytown Music Hall, Dec. 18,19 &21. Tel:877-840-0457 for reservations.
Wow! This Westchester Broadway Theatre production of White Christmas will certainly maintain the snowy memories and bright shine of Christmas’ past until the lawns, trees, and streets are covered with the certain coming of new white snow. In this WBT production, however, the wait is over. Wet snow actually does fall on the audience during the second act finale.
“The Irvington Town Hall is the perfect venue for Ragtime having been built in the same year  in which the show is set,” said Director and Producer, Cagle McDonald. (The historic theatre, designed by A. J. Manning, was patterned after the famed Ford Theater in Washington, D.C. where President Lincoln was assassinated.) Cagle explains, “The time to do this production seemed especially right with many issues that Ragtime deals with being in the forefront of the news, such as immigration, civil rights, women’s’ rights and workers’ rights.”