Tuesday, 18 March 2014

ROCK OF AGES announces full cast

Following a three-year run in London’s West End, audiences around the country will get the chance to enjoy ROCK OF AGES The Musical as it embarks on a UK tour, opening at The Palace Theatre, Manchester on 5th May 2014.
The show will then tour to: Birmingham, Edinburgh, Torquay, Nottingham, Bromley, Bradford, Aylesbury, Bristol, Stoke, Liverpool, Sunderland, Glasgow, Brighton, Milton Keynes, Woking, York, Southampton, Dublin, Belfast, Hull, Cardiff, Oxford, Sheffield, Southend and Wimbledon.

Joining Noel Sullivan as Drew and Ben Richards as Stacee Jaxx are Stephen Rahman-Hughes (Lonny), Daniel Fletcher (Dennis), Cordelia Farnworth (Sherrie), Rachel McFarlane (Justice), Jack Lord (Hertz), Jessie May (Regina/Candi), Cameron Sharp (Franz), Tom Andrew Hargreaves (Joe Primo), Rakesh Boury (Mayor), Abigail Climer (Waitress #1), Imogen Brooke (Constance), Kylie Michelle Smith (Young Groupie), Russell Smith (Male Swing/ Dance Captain), Chris Southgate (Male Swing) Stephen Rolley (Male Swing), Tara Verloop (Female Swing/ Assistant Director) and Charlotte Anne Steen (Female Swing). 

ROCK OF AGES The Musical is the ultimate rock mix-tape musical, an hilarious story of dreams, love and - of course - rock. A celebration of classic 80s rock culture, the show tells the story of a small town girl and a big city rocker falling in love to the greatest songs of the decade. Featuring memorable tunes such as ‘We Built This City’, ‘The Final Countdown’, ‘I Wanna Know What Love Is’ and ‘Don’t Stop Believin’, the show brings its wild celebration of Los Angeles rock culture to the UK. Warning: this show may unleash your inner rock god, and have you reaching for your air guitar in the aisles.   

ROCK OF AGES The Musical is written by Chris D’Arienzo, directed by Kristin Hanggi and choreographed by Kelly Devine.  The UK Associate Director & Choreographer for this tour is Leigh Constantine, and the UK Musical Supervisor is Elliott Ware.  Scenic design for the production is by Beowulf Boritt, costume design is by Tony Award nominee Gregory Gale, lighting design is by Jason Lyons, sound design is by Tony Award nominee Peter Hylenski, and projection design is by Zachary Borovay. 
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