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i’m here to argue that the headshots part is the most iconic moment to ever exist in musical theater.
How ground braking this musical was, not just because they actually talked (without shame) about gayness, but because NOTHING existed like it before. Truly creative.
Don't you wish they had just filmed the movie like this? Live in front of an audience.
when they turn around and do the entire sequence- thats one of the most high energy, exciting, stand-on-your-feet-and-cheer moments in broadway history.
I think the line formation at the end and the dancers holding their headshots in front of their faces is one of the most significant and iconic moments for musical theater. The way it is staged is breathtaking for me. It gets me everytime I see it. I wish someday I could see a production of the show.
Is anyone else watching in quarantine?
What we see when we attend a performance on Broadway is the finished, glorious product. What we saw in this musical was the grit, the tears, and the laughter behind what it takes to get there. A Chorus Line was the definitive story of what it takes to make it on Broadway. It had both the journey...and the final product. And it was, indeed, glorious.
I have no clue what it is, but there's something about the headshots at the end that's just... UGH. So great.
This video ain't so bad for being 40 years old! Thank you for posting it.
god to go through that whole greulling process of learning that choregraphy, putting your soul into and just like that, without knowing why you're cut, my god this is intense, I have to see this musical
It sounds so tacky and cliche, but it's true - it changed my life, and many hardcore fans will tell you the same. Just be sure to see it with a good professional company.
I have to wonder what the auditions for this looked like. Youre auditioning to audition. 🤪
Wow I just about cried at the ending pose with the headshots, this whole number is so breathtaking.
Wow! All these years later, that little tiny piece of what I consider the greatest broadway based musical of all time, still brought tears to my eyes, much as it did when I first saw it in the 1970s. It reminded me of what the rest of the musical would bring out it me, laughter, tension, concern, smiles, appreciation of the drive and commitment that can be in people for that which they truly want and love, and of yes, more tears. :) Yours truly, Bill Mason
How thrilling to watch Donna McKecknie at
i was an intern at NYSF back then and got to know some of the 'gypsies' in the workshops Bob Fosse did to come up with this show. So many sad stories, broken people. This show is a monument to their experiences but definitely bittersweet. And yes, for its time, this show was really groundbreaking
Such a way to open a show--midstep. And I think this is pretty true to life: a couple of tries to learn an intricate dance combination. If you can't, you are in the wrong business.
This song was running through my head at any audition I ever did or gave.
For Gods sake, why is this not remastered !?
A total "game changer" for Broadway!