Here's your opportunity to see one of Broadway's biggest smash musicals, Rock of Ages! Get ready to
hear some classic 1980s rock and roll when you see this timeless musical performed live on a big stage, right before your
very eyes! This red-hot show has won five Grammy Awards and has even spawned a movie starring Tom Cruise. Here's your chance
to hear awesome performances of songs like Pat Benatar's "Shadows of the Night" and Foreigner's "I Want to Know What Love
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IL on Mar. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16.
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Fans all over the country are falling
in love with this spectacular musical stage production that will have you dancing in your seat! With a great mix of hit songs
from the 80s, you can't help but tap your feet and sing along. Plus, the cast wears several of the outlandish outfits that
defined the '80s decade. It's an all-around nostalgia trip through the '80s, so don't miss your chance to see this colorful,
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The score of Rock of Ages includes hits from several of your favorite '80s bands, such as Journey, Styx, Twisted
Sister, Poison, White Snake, and Night Rider, among many others. You won't be able to stop singing along at each and every
performance. The story of Rock of Ages is a heartwarming tale of a love story between a young girl from a small town and a
wild, outrageous rock star. This timeless story features one of the most beautiful musical scores ever, which has snagged
the show a long string of award nominations. You won't want to miss this enchanting play when it comes to the Windy City!
One of the guitarists in the stage band, Joel Hoekstra, is a member of Night Ranger (whose hit "Sister
Christian" is performed in the show) and Trans Siberian Orchestra. Another guitarist, Tommy Kessler, is also a member of the
Rock of Ages is a rock/jukebox musical, with a book by Chris D'Arienzo, built around
classic rock hits from the 1980s, especially from the renowned glam metal bands of the decade. The musical includes songs
from Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister, Steve Perry, Poison, and Europe, among other well-known rock bands.
show is directed by Kristin Hanggi and choreographed by Kelly Devine with music supervision, arrangements, and orchestrations
by Ethan Popp. Arrangements for the original Los Angeles production were created by David Gibbs. Rock of Ages stands out for
being more lighthearted and comedic than other shows on Broadway. In the middle of performances, the performers frequently
break the "fourth wall," directly addressing the audience and seemingly forgetting (or perhaps reminding the audience) that
they are actors in a musical.
The musical premiered on July 27, 2005 in Los Angeles at King King, a club on Hollywood
Boulevard. It relocated to the Vanguard Hollywood in January 2006 where it played for six weeks. Chris D'Arienzo's book was
directed by Kristin Hanggi, with choreography by RJ Durell. Orchestrations and arrangements were by David Gibbs and Kyle Puccia.
Gibbs has also played guitar in the onstage band, Arsenal. Laura Bell Bundy portrayed the role of Sherrie in this early production.
a successful run at the Vanguard, the show then moved to Ren-Mar studios, where it played to sold out crowds. In May 2006,
a short run took place at the Flamingo in Las Vegas. The musical opened Off-Broadway at New World Stages on October 16, 2008
and ran through January 4, 2009, featuring Constantine Maroulis, Paul Schoeffler and Will Swenson. Kelly Devine was the new
choreographer, and Ethan Popp was recruited to help orchestrate new songs added to the production.
The production transferred
to Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre with previews starting March 20, 2009, and officially opening on April 7, 2009.
The Broadway production temporarily closed on January 9, 2011 and moved to the Helen Hayes Theatre on March 24, 2011.
show's band has a great deal of stage time compared to other musicals' bands and orchestras. The band dresses in typical metalhead
costumes, fitting with their role as Stacee's backup band, and they are always present onstage. The drummer performs inside
a cage with a sign on it that says "Please don't feed the drummer."