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June 11, 2012 5:00 AM

Crown Uptown’s ‘A Chorus Line’ sparkles, uplifts

“A Chorus Line” probably has the best curtain call ever written for the Broadway stage because it actually means something to complete the story rather than just providing a convenient spot to honor the actors who’ve put their hearts and souls — and very busy feet — into their roles for the past two hours.

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