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Rock of Ages archiveIn 1987 on the Sunset Strip, a small town girl meets a big city rocker in LA's most famous rock club and they fell in love to the greatest songs of the 80s. It's ROCK OF AGES, an arena-rock love story told through the mind-blowing, face-melting hits such as Don't Stop Believin', Dead or Alive, We Built This City, I Wanna Know what Love Is and The Final Count Down. Don't miss this awesomely good time about dreaming big, playing loud and partying on! Rock of Ages website.

Cast/Performers

Justin Lee Collins (Dennis Dupree), Shayne Ward (Stacee Jaxx / Father), Oliver Tompsett (Drew), Amy Pemberton (Sherrie), Simon Lipkin (Lonny), Rohan Tickell (Hertz), Rachel McFarlane (Justice / Mother), Jodie Jacobs (Regina / Candi), Sandy Moffat (Franz), Nathan Amzi (Mayor / Ja'Keith Gill), Grant Anthony (Ensemble), Cordelia Farnworth (Ensemble), Twinnie-Lee Moore (Waitress No. 1), Andrew Spillett (Ensemble), Amy Thornton (Young Groupie), Natalie Andreou (Ensemble), Carly Mercedes Dyer (Ensemble), Ian McIntosh (Ensemble), Jamie Muscatom (Ensemble), Zizi Strallen (Reporter), Dylan Turner (Joey Primo / Sleazy Producer)

Creatives/Company

Book by: Chris D'Arienzo
Producer(s): Michael Cohl, Tony Smith, Matthew Weaver, S2BN Entertainment, Julian Stoneman Associates
Director: Kristin Hanggi
Choreographer: Kelly Devine
Design(s): Beowulf Boritt, Zachary Borovay (projection)
Costume: Gregory Gale
Lighting: Jason Lyons
Sound: Peter Hylenski
Music: Ethan Popp (music supervisor)

Rock of Ages

Rock of Ages (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01796474580. Details of all Rock of Ages archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1273072567

Archive Listings

31 Aug 11
  to
6 Jan 13
Shaftesbury Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive

Reviews

Reviews


User Review: 02Nov11: While the simplistic book is reminiscent of a pantomime with more naked flesh and swearing. The songs are shoehorned in without so much as an apology and the 80’s references delivered as if presenting to a primary school. Still Rock of Ages was an enjoyable, fun evening at the theatre. The theatre attempts to make it more reminiscent of a rock concert than a musical play with staff walking the aisles selling bottles of beer to you at your seat (still at hugely inflated prices). You are provided with a small light in the shape of a lighter to use for those torch song moments. The whole audience was on it’s feet by the end (that or see nothing) singing along to ‘Don’t Stop Believing’

User Reviews

Philip (02Nov11): While the simplistic book is reminiscent of a pantomime with more naked flesh and swearing. The songs are shoehorned in without so much as an apology and the 80’s references delivered as if presenting to a primary school. Still Rock of Ages was an enjoyable, fun evening at the theatre. The theatre attempts to make it more reminiscent of a rock concert than a musical play with staff walking the aisles selling bottles of beer to you at your seat (still at hugely inflated prices). You are provided with a small light in the shape of a lighter to use for those torch song moments. The whole audience was on it’s feet by the end (that or see nothing) singing along to ‘Don’t Stop Believing’
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