Donna McKechnie Performs ‘Same Place, Another Time’ at Olney Theatre Center This Sunday at 7 PM

Donna McKechnie. Photo: 2010 Blueprint Studios.
Donna McKechnie. Photo: 2010 Blueprint Studios.

While A Chorus Line is being performed at Olney Theatre Center Donna McKechnie, the Tony Award-winning Cassie from the original Broadway cast, is bringing her one-woman cabaret Same Place, Another Time, this Sunday, September 1st at 7 PM on the historic stage of the Olney Theatre Center in Olney, MD.

Purchase your tickets here.

Donna McKechnie and Oleny Theatre Center's ' Chorus Line' Director and Choreographer Stephen Nachamie at ‘Six Degrees of Marvin Hamlisch.’
Donna McKechnie and Oleny Theatre Center’s ‘ Chorus Line’ Director and Choreographer Stephen Nachamie at ‘Six Degrees of Marvin Hamlisch.’


For more information, read my friend Gary Tischler’s wonderful interview with Donna McKechnie in The Georgetowner.

“Bringing ‘A Chorus Line’ to Olney” Part One: Auditions, Rehearsals, and ‘Opening Night’ by Stephen Nachamie.

“Bringing ‘A Chorus Line’ to Olney”: Part Two: My History With ‘A Chorus Line’ by Stephen Nachamie

Stephen Nachamie’s website.

Meet the cast of Olney Theatre Center’s A Chorus Line.

Amanda Gunther’s review of A Chorus Line.

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