Thursday, December 2, 2021

CoSA Presents “Chicago” (video)

Live Theater Returns To Coronado School Of The Arts; ‘Chicago’ Opens This Friday

Tap dance back to the Roaring ‘20s and all that jazz in the Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA) production of Broadway’s longest-running American musical. For the first time since February 2020, CoSA Musical Theatre and Drama conservatory students will perform in front of a live audience. Opening night for the musical ‘Chicago’ is this Friday October 22, 2021.

Brad Willis has this preview:

“The cast, crew and staff are thrilled to be back producing live theatre for the first time in 18 months. The last musical was two years ago!!! To be able to sing and dance in person is a joy unmatched!” shared Barbara Wolf, Chair of CoSA’s Musical Theatre & Drama conservatory. The performance, featuring 30 students in the cast and crew, offers entertainment for people of all ages. Student talent in dance, music, and set design are all featured in the story of cabaret singers, crime, and the Windy City. “Chicago has one of the most well known musical scores with hits such as “All That Jazz,” Razzle Dazzle,” and “Roxie,” said Wolf. “And the Fosse style choreography makes this a show stopping production!”

Masks required at all performances.

Performances: October 22 (7pm), October 23 (7pm), October 24 (2pm),
October 29 (7pm), October 30 (7pm)

Coronado Performing Arts Center Main Stage Theatre
650 D Avenue, Coronado

Tickets are available at the box office 45 minutes prior to performance or
online at
Ticket prices range from $10-$20

Kendall Skye as Velma Kelly and Mia Perez as Roxie Hart. Image courtesy of CUSD


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Brad Willis
Brad Willis is an author and retired network news foreign correspondent who has worked in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa, Latin America and Asia. He has received national and international awards for compassionate journalism and for his war coverage. Brad is longtime Coronado resident who also Commissioner of Public Art for the City of Coronado. Send news tips or story ideas to:
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