“A Chorus Line” quotes(1985)
Plot – A long queue is forming outside one of Broadway’s theaters: the director Zach is recruiting aspiring dancers for the next musical. After a back-breaking selection, Zach choses 16 dancers who are going to compete in a final stage, but first they have to talk about themselves and explain why they want to pursuit that kind of career. In the meantime, Cassie arrives: she is a talented dancer in love with Zach, who left him to go to Hollywood. She has to leave the past behind and start over in order to compete for the place. At the end, Zach choses 8 dancers, including Cassie, who remained loyal to her professionality and love.
All actors – Michael Blevins, Yamil Borges, Jan Gan Boyd, Sharon Brown, Gregg Burge, Michael Douglas, Cameron English, Tony Fields, Nicole Fosse, Vicki Frederick, Michelle Johnston, Janet Jonesshow all
“A Chorus Line” Quotes 8 quotes
“- Zach: Tell me about the Bronx.
- Diana Morales: What's to tell about the Bronx? It's uptown and to the right.”
“- Sheila Bryant: You were a rotten dancer.
- Zach: Why do you think I became your choreographer?”
“- Sheila Bryant: My mother was kind of middle-aged and frumpy.
- Diana Morales: Whose isn't?
- Sheila Bryant: At fourteen she was middle-aged and frumpy.”
“I would always try to find ways to kill myself, but then I realized to commit suicide in Buffalo is redundant.”
“- Sheila Bryant: Can I sit on your lap?
- Zach: Do you always come on like this?
- Sheila Bryant: No. Sometimes I'm aggressive.”
“- Zach: What made you start dancing?
- Diana Morales: Who knows? I'm Puerto Rican. We jump around a lot.”
“I couldn't catch a ball if it had Elmer's Glue on it. And wouldn't my father have to be this big ex-football hero. Well, he was so humiliated, he didn't know what to tell his friends, so he told them all I had Polio. On Father's Day, I used to limp for him.”
“Why is it only my ass that ever gets invited places?”