A Chorus Line, Dance: Ten; Film; Three
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Thank you for joining us for A Chorus Line. Dance: Ten; Film; Three, a film by Matthew Brooks. As you watch the film, please pay attention to the chat box and respond to questions and polls as they arise. You can even express yourself with emoticons and gestures (like virtual clapping)during the show. The film is approximately 94 minutes long, but please join us for a conversation with Matthew following the video.
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Dance: Ten; Film: Three
Chronicling a Champaign, Ill., student production of “A Chorus Line” in 2011, from the first summer dance clinics to the troupe’s performances at the Illinois Theatre Festival. Recent Central High graduate Matthew Brooks created the behind-the-scenes film that includes interviews with cast members who describe the challenges of learning tricky dance steps and handling mature content.
- Molly Delaney
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- Matthew Brooks
- Matthew Brooks
Matthew Brooks is a local film and theatre lover who has recently graduated from Champaign Central High School. He already has an impressive history with theatre, having stage managed several Central shows and recently directed Proof. He will attend the University of Illinois and major in Stage Management with Level 21.
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