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Stage Review

'Chorus Line' still gets kick from group dynamic

Anthony Wayne and the company of the revamped ''A Chorus Line,'' which features dances that have been restaged by Baayork Lee, Michael Bennett's assistant choreographer on the original Broadway production. Anthony Wayne and the company of the revamped ''A Chorus Line,'' which features dances that have been restaged by Baayork Lee, Michael Bennett's assistant choreographer on the original Broadway production. (Paul Kolnik)
By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / September 17, 2008

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What's surprising about "A Chorus Line," which officially opened last night at the Opera House, is how fresh and how classic it feels. (Full article: 654 words)

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