ARTS Pick: Chicago

Directed by Edward Warwick White with choreography by Heather Powell, the production features Becca Vourvoulas as Velma and Natalee McReynolds (fresh from her role as Sergeant Sarah Brown in Live Arts’ Guys and Dolls) as Roxie. Publicity photo Directed by Edward Warwick White with choreography by Heather Powell, the production features Becca Vourvoulas as Velma and Natalee McReynolds (fresh from her role as Sergeant Sarah Brown in Live Arts’ Guys and Dolls) as Roxie. Publicity photo

Murder, fame and greed consume the lives of two 1920s jazz club performers in Chicago, the longest-running American musical in Broadway history. From behind bars and in the courtroom, Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart compete with each other for public attention, while singing and dancing through a media frenzy. Directed by Edward Warwick White with choreography by Heather Powell, the production features Becca Vourvoulas as Velma and Natalee McReynolds (fresh from her role as Sergeant Sarah Brown in Live Arts’ Guys and Dolls) as Roxie.

Through March 26. Times vary, $14-16. Four County Players, 5256 Governor Barbour St., Barboursville. (540) 832-5355.

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