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Set in the Hollywood of the 1980s, when the rock bands featured bad boys, stinging guitar riffs and hammering drums, Rock of Ages is a fast-paced, drug-laced, sex-maze of frivolity set to the hits of the time. It’s true that there is a story, but it’s fairly light, which helps to emphasize, as does the fact that drinks are served at your seat during the show, that this is about a time when designer drugs and groups of groupies were the hallmarks of a rock band’s success.

  • Run Information:
    Preview: Feb. 28, 2012  Open: Mar. 24, 2012 Status: Open Closing: Jan. 18, 2015
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    CAST:

    Drew Constantine Maroulis
    Sherrie Emily Padgett
    Stacee Jaxx James Carpinello
    Dennis Adam Dannheisser
    Lonny Mitchell Jarvis
    Justice Michele Mais
    Regina Josephine Rose Roberts
    Hertz Don Stephenson
    Franz Derek St. Pierre
     

    CREATIVE STAFF:

    Book Chris D'Arienzo Music & Lyrics Various Composers/Writers
    Director Kristin Hanggi
    Choreographer Kelly Devine
    Set Designer Beowulf Boritt
    Costume Designer Gregory Gale
    Lighting Designer Jason Lyons
  • SYNOPSIS

    The Strip in Hollywood was a place where rock legends were made and where those same rock legends made it every night. That’s the setting for this club-based musical that offers mature situations, immature humor and hits from bands such as Styx, Journey, Bon Jovi, Whitesnake and many others.
    Rocker Stacee Jaxx is a hard act to follow but one guy in the place, Drew the janitor, thinks that he has a shot at surpassing the achievements of the club’s top star. He also has dreams of making it with Sherri, a girl from somewhere in Kansas who’s as small town as a girl can get.
    Although the Sunset Strip is a happening place for the designer drugged bands, foreign developers don’t seem to care one bit as the groups and groupies soon discover that the Strip is to be turned into a mall. They decide to fight the developers and come armed with lots of 80’s hits, massive amounts of energy and a whole for of id-driven desires. The big question is can dreamers like Drew, Sherri and others stop what many seem to think is progress? Rock of Ages rocks on as it answers that question.