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Every Little Step Trailer

Movie Preview: Every Little Step

The instantly recognizable piano intro to the song "One" from Broadway musical A Chorus Line adds drama and intrigue to this trailer for the upcoming documentary Every Little Step. The movie follows the emotionally and physically grueling audition process that young performers endured in order to be part of the current revival of A Chorus Line. As we watch today's young and talented hopefuls go after their dreams, we also learn about the making of the original Chorus Line and why it continues to resonate with audiences.

Yes, it's another dance movie. But just the way sports often make for excellent metaphors for certain universal truths about life, well, so does dance. In this trailer you'll meet dancers who are pushing themselves to the limit and making themselves vulnerable in every imaginable way, all in the name of stage stardom. It many ways, it's inspiring.

Every Little Step will have a limited theatrical release on April 17. To watch the trailer,


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suzpuz suzpuz 8 years
I CANNOT wait to see this movie! I grew up watching this movie and saw it on Broadway last year! I am definitely planning on seeing this with my Mom & sister! : )
JCP0240 JCP0240 8 years
The "reason" they are doing a documentary about this is because A Chorus Line is one of the most famous musicals of all time and was created in such a unique way through a series of interviews and workshops based on true stories of people going through the audition process that is still relevant today. Why not do a documentary about it? People that don't know much about A Chorus Line most likely do not realize that these characters are real people. The stories they tell are real. It is a very interesting perspective for people to see. Sure the main story of this musical is a "behind the scenes" storyline, but what Michael Bennett did with this show when creating was groundbreaking and changed the way musicals were made. In the original production on Broadway some of the actual actors were performing parts of their stories.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 8 years
Hmmm, I tend to like my dance movies more Center Stage-y and less serious.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i love movies like this - i used to be a dancer and it's always relatable for me to see the process. i hope that it comes to a theater near me.
wackdoodle wackdoodle 8 years
Isn't the musical "A Chorus Line" a behind the scenes look at what auditioning, rehearsing and final performing in a chorus line on Broadway? The musical I saw as as child was suppose to be a behind the scenes look at what the performers go through - although the actors/dancers are not playing themselves in A Chorus Line. Or am I thinking about "All That Jazz"? So this documentary is about the behind scenes of a musical that is about the behind the scenes at a musical? Why?
SATClover SATClover 8 years
I would be very interested in seeing this. I really enjoy these kinds of documentaries. I really love Broadway and musicals; so much so that I always felt that if I could start my life over I would take singing and dancing lessons so that I could be on Broadway :)
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