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A dancer retraces her steps

October 28, 2006

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Donna McKechnie won the 1976 Tony for best actress in a musical for playing Cassie, an older dancer , in Michael Bennett's "A Chorus Line." The legendary show about "gypsies" (chorus hoofers) auditioning for a musical evolved from late-night workshops with dancers, including McKechnie, who recorded stories about what it meant to be a dancer. The musical, which won a ... (Full article: 1000 words)

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