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School of Rock San Francisco TicketsBased on the hit movie by Mike White starring Jack Black, School of Rock is now a musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Phantom of the Opera, Into the Woods.) Glenn Slater wrote the lyrics, and the book of the show was written by Julian Fellowes. Laurence Connor directed, John Rigby was music supervisor and JoAnn M. Hunter choreographed. Supporting this team was Anna Louizos on scenic and costume design, Natasha Katz on lighting design and Mick Potter on sound design. School of Rock live features all the same songs featured in the School of Rock film as well as 14 new songs composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Schoolhouse Rocks!The story of School of Rock follows a failed rock star wannabe named Dewey Finn, who decides to pretend to be a substitute teacher to make some quick money. There, at the elite preparatory academy that hires him, he takes a classroom of tightly-wound book learners and teaches them about the joy and liberation of rock and roll music. While teaching the kids to play rock band instruments and perform like real rock stars, he forms a romantic interest in the school's headmistress, ultimately aiding her in getting in touch with her inner child.
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Where is School of Rock San Francisco being staged?The San Francisco run of School of Rock is staged at the Orpheum Theatre.
What are the musical numbers in School of Rock?Act One features "I'm Too Hot for You," "WhenI Climb to the Top of Mount Rock," "Horace Green Alma Mater," "Here at Horace Green," "Children of Rock," "Queen of the Night," "You're in the Band," "If Only You Would Listen," "In the End of Time" and "Stick it to the Man." Act Two features "Time to Play," "Amazing Grace," "Math is a Wonderful Thing," "Where Did the Rock Go" and "School of Rock."
Who is in the School of Rock San Francisco cast?The cast of School of Rock in San Francisco and throughout the show's US tour features Merritt David Janes as Dewey joined by Lexi Dorsett Sharp as Rosalie, Madison Micucci as Patty, Layne Roate as Ned, Deidre Lang as Ms. Sheinkopf and JP Qualters as Theo playing the adult roles. Playing the children in Dewey's class are real child actors Sami Bray as Summer, Julian Brescia as Lawrence, Camile De La Cruz as Tomika, Sammy Dell as Billy, Mystic Inscho as Zack, Alyssa Emily Marvin as Marcy, Jacob Moran as James, Jeanne Parks as Katie, Arianna Pereira as Shonelle, Cameron Trueblood as Freddy, Dylan Trueblood as Mason and Gabriella Uhl as Sophie. Joining the cast as multiple bit characters, members of the ensemble and swing team and understudies that includes Khalifa White, Jonathon Timpanelli, Isabella Rose Sky, Blake Ryan, Jameson Moss, Sinclair Mitchell, Lizzie Klemerer, Eamonn Hubert, Kara Haller, Brian Golub, Bella Fraker, Christopher De Angelis, Alison Cusano, John Campione, Gary Trainor and Matt Caplan.
How long is School of Rock's running time?School of Rock runs for two hours and 15 minutes. It has one 15-minute intermission.
Which musicals are similar to School of Rock?School of Rock is similar to The Book of Mormon, Hello Dolly!, Groundhog Day: The Musical, La Cage Aux Folles and Mean Girls.
Is School of Rock appropriate for children?School of Rock is not only appropriate for children; it was made for young people, featuring a cast of real teens. Entertaining for teenagers and inspiring for adults, the show will be a hit with almost the whole family. School of Rock may not suitable for children 7 years of age and younger.
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