Framingham teens Philip da Costa, Connor Fallon and Sarah Beling will be on stage with Lorenzo Lamas in a production of A Chorus Line this weekend. The final three shows are today, at 2 and 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.
Reagle Players in Waltham is staging the classic 70s musical about Broadway dancers.
Featuring the songs "One (Singular Sensation)," "What I Did For Love," "I Can Do That," and "The Music and the Mirror," A Chorus Line speaks to the hopes and aspirations of not just dancers but of anyone willing to risk hardship in pursuit of a dream. Its themes are as relevant today as they were when it first took Broadway by storm in 1975, cites the website for Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston in Waltham.
This is the 44th year of the theatre, which was founded in the summer of 1969 as an outlet for talented high school and college students by Robert J. Eagle, a Waltham Public Schools teacher and administrator, who received a grant from the Waltham City Council to support a summer theatre program.
Tickets are $34 to $54, with $20 tickets for students ages 5-18. To purchase tickets, click here.