Ellen Kane

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A Chorus Line

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Role Choreographer
Director Nikolai Foster
Leicester Curve
Reviews

Ellen Kane’s choreography skilfully picks out the gelling
of the company as the plot’s audition process evolves.

Jonathan Baz

There’s a vibrancy in the choreography (Ellen Kane) that befits the youthful vigour of the characters. The attention to detail is impressive – far from an overly competitive atmosphere, the dancers applaud one another’s performances, and yet, the keen ones, the chatty ones, the nervous wrecks (and so on) all stay in character throughout. It’s business as usual at the Curve Theatre, in another blockbuster production of a blockbuster musical.

Chris Omaweng

The choreographer Ellen Kane has taken the original
choreography by the show's director and creator Michael Bennett and his colleague Bob Avian and moulded it for a more modern – and more British
audience. Her steps are less smoothly Broadway than the originals, more punchy, full of jumps and fast extended movement. It works well and powers the evening; this has always at heart been a dance show.

Sarah Crompton

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