A young summer cast and production crew are getting ready for Aurora Community Theatre's "A Chorus Line," which is Broadway's longest-running musical.

The play will be presented July 6-7, 13-15 and 20-21, with all shows at 8 p.m. except July 15's 2 p.m. matinee.

The production is directed by Allison Bressi and choreographed by Jackie Hicks, with musical direction by Ross Gulko and Brian Tracz. Thirty people are in the cast.

Producer of the show is Marianne Paul, with Valerie Teller as co-producer. Assistant producer-director is Jack Moore, while Kevin Moore and Ben Biales-Kahn are stage managers.

Andrew Cronacher plays Zach, the director of an unnamed Broadway show. Noteworthy songs are "What I Did For Love," "One," "At the Ballet," "I Hope I get It" and "Dance Ten Looks Three."

Other cast members are Monique MacGregor, Ben Martin, Rod Ingram, Angela Kabasan, Colleen McCaughey, Janie Scott, Scott Zolkowski, Dan Letterfe, Brian Heigel.

Valerie Witherspoon, Bran-don Lambert, Scott Kermode, Kevin Henderson, Bridget Mullins, Paul Porter, Kristy Kurwoski, Brittnie Price, Torey Woutten.

Bethany Francis, Kelsey Tortorice. Kristin Benner, Eric Emch, Chris Carter, John Aquila, Katie Gucik, Travis Harty, Kim Wexler, Michael Manocchio and David Lerner.

To reserve tickets, call the box office at 330-562-1818 or visit www.auroracommunitytheatre.com.