Sofia Ayral-Hutton '23 Off-Broadway Performance

by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
Congratulations to Sofia Ayral-Hutton '23 who will be featured in the cast of "According to the Chorus," a New Light Theater Project in association with The Journey Company. The show will be performed Off-Broadway from March 23-April 15, 2023 at 59E59 Theaters. Tony winner Karen Ziemba leads the cast; Sofia is making her New York professional debut in the role of Nicki.

Sofia was nominated for Broadway Star of the Future as Outstanding Actor in a Musical, and has studied at Shorecrest, Frenchwoods, the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, the Summer Acting Intensive at USC, and the summer intensive at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She helped develop "Susie Sits Shiva" at The Barrow Group, directed by Eric Nightengale and published by DPS. 

About the show:
In the basement quick change room of a Broadway theater in the mid 1980s, the chorus girls are at war with their dressers. Will the new dresser, with her own sad past and uncertain future, be able to navigate this minefield? This new play is an affectionate backstage peek at a pivotal period in Broadway history.


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